LINGUIST List 14.439

Thu Feb 13 2003

Calls: Concept of Lang/Clinical Phonetics

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  1. John.Joseph, Concept of Language, NC USA
  2. Martin Ball, Clinical Phonetics and Linguistics, LA USA

Message 1: Concept of Language, NC USA

Date: Wed, 12 Feb 2003 13:08:30 +0000
From: John.Joseph <John.Josephed.ac.uk>
Subject: Concept of Language, NC USA


European-American Young Scholars' Summer Institute: Concept of Language

Short Title: YSSI
Location: Research Triangle Park, NC, United States of America
Date: 03-Aug-2003 - 16-Aug-2003 
Call Deadline: 15-Apr-2003

Web Site: http://www.nhc.rtp.nc.us/yssi/index.htm
Contact Person: Richard Schramm
Meeting Email: rschrammga.unc.edu
Linguistic Subfield(s): General Linguistics 

Meeting Description: 

European and American Young Scholars' Summer Institute on ''The
Concept of Language in the Academic Disciplines'', to be held in
August 2003 at the National Humanities Center (NC) and in August 2004
at a European location to be determined. Applications are invited for
the European and American Young Scholars' (= PhD since May 1997)
Summer Institute on ''The Concept of Language in the Academic
Disciplines'', to be held in August 2003 and August 2004. The Faculty
for the Institute are Professors John E. Joseph (University of
Edinburgh) and Talbot J. Taylor (College of William & Mary). A number
of prominent guest lecturers will also participate.

The programme, made possible by grants from the Andrew W. Mellon
Foundation and the Alexander von Humboldt Foundation, will provide
summer stipends and cover the cost of travel, meals, lodging and texts
for participants, who are expected to take part in both the 2003 and
2004 institutes. The 2003 institute will take place at the National
Humanities Center in North Carolina, and the 2004 institute at a
location in Europe to be determined.

Although the programme is intended primarily for people who have
already completed the PhD, advanced PhD students working on a topic
closely related to that of the programme may apply.

Full details and application forms, which should be submitted by 15
April 2003, can be found on: http://www.nhc.rtp.nc.us/yssi/index.htm
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Message 2: Clinical Phonetics and Linguistics, LA USA

Date: Wed, 12 Feb 2003 13:58:42 -0500 (EST)
From: Martin Ball <mjballlouisiana.edu>
Subject: Clinical Phonetics and Linguistics, LA USA


ICPLA 10th Symposium

Short Title: ICPLA10
Location: Lafayette, LA, United States
Date: 26-Feb-2004 - 29-Feb-2004
Contact Person: Martin Ball
Contact Email: mjballlouisiana.edu
URL: http://www.ucs.louisiana.edu/~mjb0372/ICPLA.html

Call Deadline: 30-May-2003

Linguistic Sub-field: Phonetics

Meeting Description:

The International Clinical Phonetics and Linguistics Association will
be holding its 10th Symposium in Lafayette, Louisiana at Mardi Gras
time 2004 (26-29 Feb). Papers in all areas of the field are welcome.

The 10th meeting of the International Clinical Phonetics and
Linguistics Assoc will take place in Lafayette, Louisiana in 2004, and
the Organising Committee is now issuing the formal Call for Papers.

The Conference will take place from Wednesday night 26 February 2004
until Saturday 29th. An innovation for ICPLA10 will be the
introduction of a fourth plenary lecture, on Wednesday night, just
before the welcoming buffet/reception. This plenary will be presented
by Dr John W. Oller, Jr., and the other plenary speakers will be
advertised soon.

ICPLA10 has been timed to allow delegates to attend the Mardi Gras
celebrations in Louisiana just before the conference starts. Mardi
Gras parades and festivities take place, of course, in New Orleans,
and Baton Rouge. But there are also many other towns in the Acadiana
region of the state that hold celebrations. Lafayette itself hosts
several parades, and arrangements will be made with the conference
hotel to provide special rates for delegates deciding to come a day or
two early. Full details on accommodations and costs will be available
in the next couple of months, and members will be e-mailed. Details
will also be made available on the ICPLA website.

Call for Papers

We now invite all ICPLA members to submit abstracts for consideration
at ICPLA10. We do also welcome abstracts from non-members. Papers in
all areas of our field are welcomed.

Abstracts should be submitted electronically to mjballlouisiana.edu
The abstract should be no longer than 350 words; please state whether
you wish the abstract to be considered as an oral presentation (20
mins + 10 mins discussion) or a poster, or for either. As with ICPLA9,
we hope to publish selected papers in 'Clinical Linguistics and
Phonetics' and the 'Journal of Multilingual Communication Disorders'.

Please provide abstracts in the following format: title; author(s) and
affiliation(s); text of abstract; references (please keep to minimum);
status (oral / poster / either); name and full postal address of
communicating author, together with phone, fax, and e-mail details.

Please submit abstracts by 30th May 2003. We aim to inform authors of
the reviewers' decisions during July 2003. If you have any queries,
please consult the Organising Committee on mjballlouisiana.edu
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