LINGUIST List 14.3335

Wed Dec 3 2003

Calls: Applied Ling/Canada; General Ling/France

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  1. 1md9, Ontario Conference for Applied Linguistics: Diversity in
  2. jose.deulofeu, 3rd International Conference on Construction Grammar

Message 1: Ontario Conference for Applied Linguistics: Diversity in

Date: Tue, 2 Dec 2003 21:50:36 -0500 (EST)
From: 1md9 <1md9qlink.queensu.ca>
Subject: Ontario Conference for Applied Linguistics: Diversity in

Learning and Teaching
Ontario Conference for Applied Linguistics: Diversity in Learning and
Teaching
Short Title: OCAL 

Date: 10-Jun-2004 - 11-Jun-2004
Location: Kingston, Ontario, Canada
Contact: Lesly Wade-Woolley
Contact Email: ocaleduc.queensu.ca 
Meeting URL: http://educ.queensu.ca/~ocal 

Linguistic Sub-field: Applied Linguistics 
Call Deadline: 31-Jan-2004 

Meeting Description:

In June 10-11, 2004, the Faculty of Education, Queen's
University will host the Ontario Conference for Applied Linguistics:
Diversity in Learning and Teaching. The conference will be held in the
beautiful historic city of Kingston, Ontario, Canada.

All information can be found at http://educ.queensu.ca/~ocal

 Call For Papers

Ontario Conference for Applied Linguistics: Diversity in Learning and
Teaching
Date of the Conference: June 10-11, 2004
Date for Submission of proposals: January 31, 2004
Venue: Faculty of Education, Queen�Euro(tm)s University, Kingston,
Ontario, Canada
Topics: All aspects of Applied Linguistics

Types of Presentations
1. Research/argumentative papers as presentations: Best suited to
theoretically-oriented presentations, or the presentation of completed
research. Each presenter will have 15 minutes for presentation and 5
minutes for questions and comments from the audience.
2. Work-in Progress as posters: Provides an opportunity for the
presentation of development of projects/theses or research at the
conceptual stage. Each poster presenter will have five minutes during
the regular program to introduce his or her project to the audience.

Guidelines for Submitting Proposals

Proposals submitted must adhere to the following instructions:
1. A 250-word abstract.
2. On the upper left hand corner of the abstract, include the
following presenter information:
a. Name of the authors in the order you would like them to appear in
the program, and their institutional affiliation (and location of
institution). Underline the name of the author to be the correspondent
(the author to whom all correspondence should be sent).
b. Title of presentation
c. Mailing address of correspondent
d. E-mail address of correspondent
e. FAX number of correspondent
f. Type of presentation preferred (i.e., presentation or poster)
g. Audiovisual/computer equipment requirements

(NB: The organizers will make every attempt to honour your request but
reserve the right to schedule some requested presentations as posters,
depending on the number of registrants).

Submission of Papers
Address for Electronic Submissions
E-mail to: ocaleduc.queensu.ca
Address for Hard-copy Mail Submissions
Ontario Conference on Applied Linguistics
c/o Lesly Wade-Woolley, A208, Faculty of Education , Queen's
University
Kingston, ON Canada K7L 3N6
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Message 2: 3rd International Conference on Construction Grammar

Date: Wed, 3 Dec 2003 06:10:48 -0500 (EST)
From: jose.deulofeu <jose.deulofeuwanadoo.fr>
Subject: 3rd International Conference on Construction Grammar

3rd International Conference on Construction Grammar 
Short Title: ICCG 3 

Date: 1-Jul-2004 - 1-Jul-2004
Location: Marseille, France
Contact: Henri-Jos� Deulofeu
Contact Email: deulofeuup.univ-mrs.fr 
Meeting URL: http://up.lpl.univ-aix.fr/projects/iccg3/ 

Linguistic Sub-field: General Linguistics 
Call Deadline: 1-Feb-2004 


Meeting Description:

The conference will deal with all the topics related to Construction
Grammar: morphophonology, syntax,lexicon, discourse and
pragmatics. Special workshops will be organized. Message 1: 3rd
International Conference on Construction Grammar From: jose.deulofeu
<jose.deulofeuwanadoo.fr> 
Subject: 3rd International Conference on Construction Grammar 

SECOND CALL

3rd International Conference on Construction Grammar 
Short Title: ICCG 3

Date: 07-JUL-04 - 10-JUL-04
Location: Marseille, France
Contact: Henri-Jos� Deulofeu
Contact Email: deulofeuup.univ-mrs.fr 
Meeting URL: http://www.lpl.univ-aix.fr/projects/iccg3/


Linguistic Sub-field: General Linguistics 

Meeting Description:


THE THIRD INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE ON CONSTRUCTION GRAMMAR (ICCG3)
July 7-10, 2004
Marseille, France

The Third International Conference on Construction Grammar will take
place at the Universit� de Provence, France, July 7-10, 2004.

The conference is a follow-up on the Second International Conference
on Construction Grammar held in Helsinki in September 2003. In line
with the aim of the second conference, we hope that ICCG3 will
continue to serve as a forum for promoting discussion and
collaboration among linguists interested in Construction Grammar, as
well as in related constructional research in its various models and
applications. We would like to put a special emphasis on establishing
the link between a descriptive approach to linguistic phenomena,
especially as they emerge from authentic data, and their
formalisation, as well as their automatic implementation.

Confirmed Plenary speakers include: 
Paul Kay
Hans Boas
Seiko Fujii
Laura Michaelis
Anne Abeill�
Michael Tomasello
Dominique Willems
Claire Blanche-Benveniste
Ivan Sag
other framework guest speaker
Joseph Emonds

Regular conference papers (20-min. talk plus 10-min. discussion) are
invited on any aspect of linguistic analysis that is concerned with
constructions and/or frames. We welcome work on issues in syntax,
morphology, semantics, pragmatics, discourse, language acquisition,
corpus linguistics, language variation/change, etc.
 
SUBMISSION OF ABSTRACTS

Abstracts of one page (PDF or MS WOrd), with an additional page for
graphs, data, and/or references if necessary, should be submitted by
February 1, 2004.

PLEASE SUBMIT YOUR ANONYMOUS ABSTRACT ELECTRONICALLY to Hans C. Boas,
Chair of the Scientific Comittee at hcbmail.utexas.edu . ONLY INCLUDE
THE TITLE OF YOUR PAPER ON THE ABSTRACT. PLEASE INCLUDE the author
information (name, affiliation, address, e-mail, phone, and fax
numbers ) IN THE BODY OF YOUR MESSAGE.


Upon acceptance, the abstract will be published in a conference
booklet to be distributed among the conference participants.

DEADLINES and IMPORTANT DATES
Deadline for abstracts: February 1st, 2004
Authors notified of acceptance: March 22st, 2004

The conference is organized by the Group research DELIC and the LPL
CNRS Laboratory of the Universit� de Provence

The organizing committee is chaired by Henri-Jos� Deulofeu (Delic)
and Philippe Blache (CNRS)


For more information about the conference please check the website :
http://www.lpl.univ-aix.fr/projects/iccg3/

or direct your inquiries to the conference organizers at
iccg3-2004up.univ-mrs.fr




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