LINGUIST List 14.3024

Thu Nov 6 2003

Calls: Semantics/France; Discourse Analysis/IL USA

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  1. jjayez, Journees de Semantique et Modelisation 2004
  2. L-Berlin, International Association for Dialogue Analysis

Message 1: Journees de Semantique et Modelisation 2004

Date: Mon, 3 Nov 2003 15:53:43 -0500 (EST)
From: jjayez <jjayezens-lsh.fr>
Subject: Journees de Semantique et Modelisation 2004


Journees de Semantique et Modelisation 2004
Short Title: JSM04

Date: 25-Mar-2004 - 26-Mar-2004
Location: Lyon, France
Contact: Jacques Jayez
Contact Email: jjayezens-lsh.fr

Linguistic Sub-field: Semantics
Call Deadline: 05-Jan-2004

Meeting Description:

JSM04 focuses on the formal representation of linguistic meaning and
interp retation. The conference is open to corpus-based research so
far as it provides help to construct or calibrate such
representations.

CALL FOR PAPERS - Semantics and Modeling (JSM04) - Lyon (France) 25-26
Marc h 2004

The GDR S�mantique et Mod�lisation (CNRS) and the Ecole Normale
Sup�rieure Lettres et Sciences Humaines (ENS--LSH) jointly organize
the second edition of Semantics and Modeling (JSM04).

The conference will be held in Lyon (France) on the site of the
ENS-LSH on 25 and 26 March 2004. The general goal of the conference is
to promote research on the representation of linguistic meaning and
interpretation with the help of formal models. In view of the
development of corpus-based research in semantics and related fields,
proposals articulating the use of corpora and representational
problems in semantics and pragmatics are particularly welcome.

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TOPICS

We invite abstracts that address any problem in the modeling of
linguistic meaning and interpretation. This includes but is not
limited to the following topics:

- syntax--semantics interface,
- tense and aspect,
- lexical meaning,
- functional words (determiners, pronouns, etc.),
- information structure,
- presuppositions and implicatures,
- speech acts,
- discourse relations in text and dialogue,

Corpus-based research contributing to shed light on these and similar
topics will be favorably considered.

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SUBMISSION CONDITIONS

Abstracts must be anonymous. They should be 2--pages long including
references, examples and figures. They should have a 1 inch margin on
all four sides and use at least a 12-pt font.

Files may be in plain text, PDF, RTF or MS Word. Names and
affiliations sho uld be indicated in the body of the
message. Proposals should be sent at jsm04ens-lsh.fr no later than 5
January 2004.

Contact jjayezens-lsh.fr or marienst.fr for information

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Message 2: International Association for Dialogue Analysis

Date: Mon, 3 Nov 2003 22:26:32 -0500 (EST)
From: L-Berlin <L-Berlinneiu.edu>
Subject: International Association for Dialogue Analysis


International Association for Dialogue Analysis 
Short Title: IADA 2004 

Date: 30-MAR-2004 - 03-APR-2004
Location: Chicago, Illinois, United States of America
Contact: Lawrence Berlin
Contact Email: iada2004neiu.edu 
Meeting URL: http://www.neiu.edu/~iada2004 

Linguistic Sub-field: Discourse Analysis 
Call Deadline: 15-Nov-2003 

Meeting Description:

EXTENDED DEADLINE NOV. 15, 2003

IADA 2004-''Theoretical Approaches to Dialogue Analysis''-invites
abstracts of 200-300 words for 20-minute papers on all issues related
to the various disciplinary or interdisciplinary approaches to
dialogue analysis (e.g., Conversation Analysis; Dialogue Grammar;
Discourse Analysis; Grounded Theory; Speech Act and Inference Theory;
Theory of Dialogic Action Games). Send 1 cover sheet with your name
and title along with 3 copies of abstract (without identifying
information) on/before the deadline.

Plenary Speakers: Karin Aijmer (University of Gothenburg), Lawrence
Berlin (Northeastern Illinois University), Anita Fetzer (University of
Lueneburg), Franz Hundsnurscher (University of Muenster), Douglas
Macbeth (Ohio State University), Talbot Taylor (College of William and
Mary), Herve Varenne (Columbia University), Edda Weigand (University
of Muenster).
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