LINGUIST List 15.1409

Tue May 4 2004

Calls: Athabascan Langs & Ling; General Ling/USA

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  1. Gary Holton, Working Papers in Athabascan Languages and Linguistics
  2. mtmartin, Western Conference on Linguistics

Message 1: Working Papers in Athabascan Languages and Linguistics

Date: Mon, 3 May 2004 14:46:27 -0800
From: Gary Holton <gary.holtonuaf.edu>
Subject: Working Papers in Athabascan Languages and Linguistics

***CALL FOR PAPERS***

Working Papers in Athabascan Languages and Linguistics

to be published as Alaska Native Language Center Working Paper no. 4,
edited by Gary Holton and Siri Tuttle

Since 2001 the Alaska Native Language Center has annually published
the proceedings of the Athabascan Languages Conference in its Working
Papers series. Although no conference will be held in 2004, we would
like to continue the annual publication tradition by assembling a
collection of working papers to be published in the Fall of 2004 in
both print and electronic formats. This could be viewed a conference
proceedings without the conference.

Papers are invited on all areas of Athabascan linguistics, language
teaching, language policy, and language revitalization. Any topic
which would be appropriate for presentation at the Athabascan
Languages Conference is also appropriate for this working papers
volume. We particularly welcome reports on works-in-progress;
explorations of new data; and language pedagogy. As with previous
working papers volumes, submissions will be editorially reviewed, and
publication in the working papers volume does not preclude publication
elsewhere. Electronic submission is encouraged. If possible, submit
papers in Microsoft Word format. Include copies of all fonts with your
submission. Submissions can be sent to

Working Papers
Alaska Native Language Center
Box 757680
Fairbanks, AK 99775-7680
USA

or emailed to ffsgt1uaf.edu. Deadline for submission is November 1,
2004. Early submissions are welcome.

The following are some basic style guidelines to follow when preparing
your paper. 

- Papers should be single-spaced. The working papers will not be
reduced, so there is no need to add extra space or make the font size
large. There is no pre-defined page-limit, though we expect most
contributions will not exceed 30 pages.
- Font: 12 pt Times for text and subheadings
- Margins: 1" left, right, top; 1.5" bottom
- Numbering: leave pages unnumbered but pencil in number on back of
page.
- Headings: Title (bold and centered 14 point)
- skip a line Name (centered) skip a line Affiliation (centered)
Abstract: none
- Subheadings should be flush left. Subheading 1 bold, subheading 2
italic, subheading 3 same as normal text. Please don't go below
subheading 3!
- Use footnotes, not endnotes.

Please direct questions to Siri Tuttle at ffsgt1uaf.edu or (907)
474-5708.
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Message 2: Western Conference on Linguistics

Date: Mon, 3 May 2004 21:42:40 -0400 (EDT)
From: mtmartin <mtmartinusc.edu>
Subject: Western Conference on Linguistics


Western Conference on Linguistics
Short Title: WECOL 2004

Date: 12-Nov-2004 - 14-Nov-2004
Location: Los Angeles, California, United States of America
Contact: Michal Temkin Martinez
Contact Email: wecolusc.edu
Meeting URL: http://www.usc.edu/dept/LAS/linguistics/WECOL/

Linguistic Sub-field: General Linguistics 
Call Deadline: 01-Jul-2004

Meeting Description:

The Western Conference on Linguistics invites submission of abstracts
from all fields in Linguistics. This year, we will host three special
sessions during WECOL: Contrast in Phonology and Morphology, Spanish
and Other Romance Languages, and Constructionist vs. Projectionist
Approaches to Syntax. The Department of Linguistics at the University
of Southern California is pleased to announce three special sessions
at the Western Conference on Linguistics:

Projectionist vs. Constructionist Approaches to Syntax
Invited Speakers:
Ray Jackendoff, Brandeis University
Beth Levin, Stanford University

Contrast in Phonology and Morphology
Invited Speakers:
Jaye Padgett, UC Santa Cruz
Donca Steriade, Massachusetts Institute of Technology

Spanish and Other Romance Languages
Invited Speakers:
Violeta Demonte, Universidad Autonoma de Madrid
Shana Poplack, University of Ottawa

Abstracts are invited for 20-minute talks (with 10 minutes of
discussion) on any aspect of linguistics. Abstracts are also invited
for a poster session. Please specify all the sessions for which you
would like to be considered.

Submissions are limited to one individual and one joint abstract per
author. All abstracts should be in English, and submitted as
attachments, in PDF format, to the following email address:
wecolusc.edu. The subject of the message should specify ''Abstract'',
and the body should include the following information: author's
name(s), affiliation, e-mail address, title of abstract, and area of
linguistics (syntax, phonology, psycholinguistics, computational
linguistics, etc.). Abstracts should be limited to one page (using 1''
margins on all sides and 11pt font size) with an optional additional
page containing examples and references. Non-standard fonts and
software should be avoided and all fonts should be embedded in the PDF
document. Abstracts sent via regular mail should be addressed to:
WECOL, c/o Linguistics Department, 3601 Watt Way, GFS 301, Los
Angeles, CA 90089-1693. The papers presented at WECOL '04 will be
eligible for publication in the official proceedings of the
conference.

SUBMISSION DEADLINE: July 1, 2004

NOTIFICATION OF ACCEPTANCE: September 1, 2004

EARLY REGISTRATION DEADLINE: November 1, 2004

For more information, please visit our website at:

http://www.usc.edu/dept/LAS/linguistics/WECOL/

or contact the organizers at: wecolusc.edu

Phone: (213) 700-6219; Fax: (213) 740-9306
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