LINGUIST List 14.764

Mon Mar 17 2003

Calls: Salish and Neighboring Langs/Bulgarian Studies

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  1. jcb, International Conference on Salish and Neighboring Languages
  2. Charles Gribble, Bulgarian studies conference

Message 1: International Conference on Salish and Neighboring Languages

Date: Thu, 13 Mar 2003 21:48:52 +0000
From: jcb <jcbinterchange.ubc.ca>
Subject: International Conference on Salish and Neighboring Languages


International Conference on Salish and Neighboring Languages 
Short Title: Salish Conference

Date: 13-Aug-2003 - 15-Aug-2003
Location: Lillooet, B.C., Canada
Contact: Marline John
Contact Email: marline_johnyahoo.com 

Subject Language: Salishan

Call Deadline: 31-May-2003

Meeting Description:

Announcement and Call for Papers
38th International Conference on Salish and Neighboring Languages
Upper St�timc Language, Culture and Education Society
Lillooet, BC
August 13-15, 2003

This year's conference will be hosted by the Upper St�timc Language,
Culture and Education Society and will take place in Lillooet, British
Columbia on August 13-15. Papers on all aspects of the study,
preservation, and teaching of Salish and neighboring languages are
welcome.

Papers for the ICSNL should be submitted by Friday, May 31, 2003, and
will be printed and distributed prior to the conference by the
University of British Columbia Working Papers in Linguistics, as was
done last year. There are no page limits. An electronic copy as well
as a hard copy of the paper should be submitted. Word files with any
special fonts will be accepted, however, PDF files are preferred. A
style sheet is available at
http://www.linguistics.ubc.ca/UBCWPL/. Contact the editors at
Linguistics-UBCWPLarts.ubc.ca for updated information.

Papers should be submitted to:

The editors: 
ICSNL 38, 2003
UBCWPL
c/o Department of Linguistics, UBC
E-270 1866 Main Mall
Vancouver, B.C. V6T 1Z1
Canada.

Information on ordering the preprints will follow in a separate
announcement. For inquiries about the conference itself, please
contact Marline John of USLCES at marline_johnyahoo.com.

Please pass this e-mail message on to anyone else who might be
interested in the conference.
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Message 2: Bulgarian studies conference

Date: Wed, 12 Mar 2003 15:07:03 -0500
From: Charles Gribble <gribble.3osu.edu>
Subject: Bulgarian studies conference

Although the official deadline for proposing papers and panels has
passed, there is space to fit a few more papers into the final
program. If you would like to participate, send information as soon
as possible to Prof. Scatton as listed below.

The Bulgarian Studies Association, with assistance from The Ohio State
University, is proud to announce the

7th Joint Meeting and Conference of North American and Bulgarian
Scholars and the

30th Anniversary Celebration of the 1st Joint Meeting and the Founding
of the Bulgarian Studies Association

October 9-October 12, 2003 at The Ohio State University, Columbus,
Ohio, USA.

Proposals are solicited for presentations (twenty-minute
limit). Original papers dealing with Bulgarian issues in all
humanistic or social science disciplines are welcome. Scholars from
anywhere in the world are welcome to present papers or simply attend.
Complete thematic panels (maximum 4 papers per panel) may also be
proposed. Prospective participants are requested to send (1) a title,
(2) an abstract (not to exceed one single-spaced printed page), (3) a
brief CV, and (4) full contact information, including
phone/e-mail/fax, to the Chair of the Program Committee at any of the
following addresses:

				Prof. Ernest Scatton
			mail:	Program in Linguistics
				& Cognitive Science
				Department of Anthropology
				University at Albany (SUNY)
				Albany, NY 12222

			email:	scattonealbany.edu

			fax:	518-442-5710

Details on the program, hotels, a web site for the conference, etc.,
will be forthcoming. To indicate interest and to get on the e-mail
list for further announcements, send your e-mail address to the BSA
President, Prof. Charles Gribble, gribble.3osu.edu. For regular
mail: Prof. Charles Gribble, Dept. of Slavic Langs. & Lits., The Ohio
State University, 1841 Millikin Rd., #232, Columbus OH 43210.
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