LINGUIST List 15.1123

Tue Apr 6 2004

Calls: Ling Theories/Taiwan; Lang Acquisition/Germany

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  1. jonahlin, 2nd International Theoretical East Asian Linguistic Workshop
  2. gagarina, 10th International Congress for the Study of Child Language

Message 1: 2nd International Theoretical East Asian Linguistic Workshop

Date: Tue, 6 Apr 2004 08:44:30 -0400 (EDT)
From: jonahlin <jonahlinmx.nthu.edu.tw>
Subject: 2nd International Theoretical East Asian Linguistic Workshop

2nd International Theoretical East Asian Linguistic Workshop 
Short Title: TEAL Workshop 

Date: 12-Jun-2004 - 13-Jun-2004
Location: Hsinchu, Taiwan
Contact: Jonah Lin
Contact Email: jonahlinmx.nthu.edu.tw 
Meeting URL: http://ling.nthu.edu.tw/ 

Linguistic Sub-field: Linguistic Theories 
Call Deadline: 20-Apr-2004 


Meeting Description:

The Graduate Institute of Linguistics at National Tsing Hua
University, Taiwan, is pleased to announce that the Second
International Theoretical East Asian Linguistic Workshop (TEAL
Workshop) will be held on Jun 12 to June 13, 2004 at National Tsing
Hua University, Taiwan. The 2nd Call for Paper for the Second
International TEAL Workshop

Notice: The dealine for submission is postponed to 20, April 2004.

We welcome submissions of works of theoretical interests from all
subfields of linguistics, preferably (but not limited to) works
bearing on East Asian languages. The workshop includes two separate
sessions, oral presentations and posters. To encourage participation
of young scholars, we reserve the oral session to those who are
currently graduate students or who have received Ph.D. degree within
two years, each for a one-hour talk. All submissions, by default, will
be allocated to the poster session. A selection committee will review
the submitted abstracts and allocate some of them to the oral session
on the consideration mentioned above. We are pleased to announce that
Tsing Hua Linguistics has promised to provide 1 to 3 fellowships of US
$300 each (depending on budgets and fields) to presenters of the oral
session. The fellowships will only be awarded to presenters whose work
is single-authored.

Abstracts must be sent by email, in PDF, MsWord, or RTF format. We DO
NOT accept submissions by postal mail. The abstract must be composed
in a font size no smaller than 11 points (preferably in Times or Times
New Roman) and not exceed 2 pages (A4 or US letter), with at least
one-inch margin on all sides. The abstract should be camera-ready. The
workshop will accept at most one single-authored work and one
joint-authored work by an individual.

The deadline for submission is 20th, April 2004. Notice of acceptance
will be sent out before 1st, May 2004 by email. Presenters who are
allocated to the oral session are required to present a one-hour
talk. For detailed information on posters, see the website of Tsing
Hua Linguistics given below.

Please e-mail the abstract to: jonahlinmx.nthu.edu.tw. 

Specify 'TEAL submission' in the Subject column of the email. Include
the title of the paper, the name and affiliation of the author,
contact information, and the status of the author (student,
Ph.D. within two years, or none of these) in the body of the
e-mail. Include the submission as an attached file to the email. If
there are special fonts used in the file, please specify them in the
email.

For any questions, contact Christina Chen at d918704oz.nthu.edu.tw or
Jonah Lin at jonahlinmx.nthu.edu.tw. For details of the workshop,
please see the website of Tsing Hua Linguistics:
http://ling.nthu.edu.tw/.
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Message 2: 10th International Congress for the Study of Child Language

Date: Tue, 6 Apr 2004 09:56:04 -0400 (EDT)
From: gagarina <gagarinazas.gwz-berlin.de>
Subject: 10th International Congress for the Study of Child Language

10th International Congress for the Study of Child Language 
The meeting of the International Association for the Study of Child
Language (IASCL)
Date: 25-Jul-2005 - 29-Jul-2005
Location: Berlin, Germany
Contact: CTW Congress Organisation Thomas Wiese GmbH
Contact Email: mailctw-congress.de 
Meeting URL: http://www.ctw-congress.de/iascl/ 

Linguistic Sub-field: Language Acquisition 
Call Deadline: 15-Nov-2004 

Meeting Description:

Special Emphasis Topic:
Crosslinguistic and Intercultural Aspects of Unimpaired and Impaired
Language Acquisition: A Window on Universal and Language Particular
Learning Mechanisms

Specific Topic Areas within the Special Emphasis Topic
Methods of crosslinguistic and intercultural research in language
development
Conceptual and lexical development
Bootstrapping mechanisms
Models of learning 
Interaction between morphosyntactic and lexical development
The neurocognitive basis of language learning
Genetic aspects of language acquisition
Language acquisition in children with genetic syndromes
Origins of specific language disorders 
Bilingual acquisition
Similarities and differences between the acquisition of sign language
and spoken 
The acquisition of Pidgins and Creoles 

Abstracts for papers and poster should provide basic information about
the leading question, the data, the methods, and the results of the
presentation. The abstracts are limited to 500 words.

Abstracts for symposia should briefly describe the question and
specific aim of the symposium, list name, affiliation of the
contributors and should include a brief abstract of each
contribution. The symposium abstracts should not exceed 1200 words.

For presentation by each submitter a maximum of 1 first authored
paper/poster and a maximum of 2 papers/posters in any other autorship
status will be accepted.

If you intend to submit an abstract (English Language), please
exclusively use the internet abstract form
(http://www.ctw-congress.de/iascl/papers.html).

Abstracts submitted by fax, mail or e-mail are not accepted.
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