LINGUIST List 15.1804

Mon Jun 14 2004

Calls: Historical Ling/Finland; Applied Ling/Malaysia

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  1. hel-lex, New Approaches in English Historical Lexis
  2. stefanie, 2nd International Conference on Language, Linguistics and the Real World: Language and Linguistics Serving the Community: Practical and Professional Challenges

Message 1: New Approaches in English Historical Lexis

Date: Mon, 14 Jun 2004 04:39:01 -0400 (EDT)
From: hel-lex <hel-lexhelsinki.fi>
Subject: New Approaches in English Historical Lexis

New Approaches in English Historical Lexis 
Short Title: HEL-LEX 

Date: 17-Mar-2005 - 19-Mar-2005
Location: Helsinki, Finland
Contact: Rod McConchie
Contact Email: hel-lexhelsinki.fi 
Meeting URL: http://www.eng.helsinki.fi/varieng/main/Hellex/hellex.htm 

Linguistic Sub-field: Historical Linguistics 
Subject Language: English 

Call Deadline: 25-Jun-2004 


Meeting Description:

A symposium on recent research in English historical lexicography,
lexicology and lexical semantics.

The Research Unit for Variation and Change in English at the
Department of English, University of Helsinki is organizing

HEL-LEX
New Approaches in English Historical Lexis

A Symposium to be held in Helsinki, Finland on March 17th- 19th, 2005.

First Call for Papers

Papers are invited for a symposium on English historical lexis to be
held in Helsinki in March 2005. The symposium is intended to discuss
recent research in English historical lexicography, lexicology and
lexical semantics. While the main interest is English, contributions
discussing other languages in so far as they relate to English lexis
are welcome. Papers will be of 30 minutes duration plus 10 minutes for
discussion. Titles of papers should be notified to the organizers no
later than June 25, 2004. Abstracts of approximately 1 A4 page should
be submitted by November 12, 2004. The organizers also invite
suggestions for workshop sessions of 1 to 1.5 hours.

Plenary speakers: Professors Ian Lancashire, Zolt�n K�vecses, and
Gabriele Stein

For further information or to submit the title of your paper, please
contact the organizers at hel-lexhelsinki.fi
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Message 2: 2nd International Conference on Language, Linguistics and the Real World: Language and Linguistics Serving the Community: Practical and Professional Challenges

Date: Mon, 14 Jun 2004 05:20:53 -0400 (EDT)
From: stefanie <stefanieum.edu.my>
Subject: 2nd International Conference on Language, Linguistics and the Real World: Language and Linguistics Serving the Community: Practical and Professional Challenges

2nd International Conference on Language, Linguistics and the Real
World: Language and Linguistics Serving the Community: Practical and
Professional Challenges

Date: 07-Dec-2004 - 09-Dec-2004
Location: Petaling Jaya, Selangor, Malaysia
Contact: Masnah Muhammed
Contact Email: masnahum.edu.my 
Meeting URL: http://www.umcced.edu.my/conference/Linguistic/index.htm 

Linguistic Sub-field: Applied Linguistics ,General Linguistics
,Pragmatics ,Translation ,Forensic Linguistics

Call Deadline: 30-Sep-2004 


Meeting Description:

The aim of this conference is to examine the implications of
professionalism amongst language service providers, the fundamental
issue of how ethical principles, which define a profession, can be
harmonised with the pragmatic needs of day-to-day practice and how
these are realised through language and communication.

The aim of this conference is to examine the implications of
professionalism amongst language service providers, the fundamental
issue of how ethical principles, which define a profession, can be
harmonised with the pragmatic needs of day-to-day practice and how
these are realised through language and communication.

Objectives

To provide a platform for the discussion of the practical and the
professional;
To provide the opportunity to highlight and discuss recent and
existing research within and between groups at local, national and
international levels in the areas listed below.


Areas for Discussion
Speech & Language Pathology
Translation and interpreting
Language related developments in ICT
Language and law, forensic linguistics
Administration and management - public and private sectors
Pragmatics and cross-cultural communication

Who should attend? 
NGO's - social, health, public welfare
Corporate personnel in communication
Academics and professionals involved in language and communication
skills training and speech therapy
Academics and professionals involved in translation and interpreting
Legal practitioners, trainers and counsellors
Medical practitioners, trainers and counsellors
Public administrators and trainers

Those involved in the relevant areas are invited to present their
papers at this conference. Please send us the abstract of your paper
in either English or Malay before 30 September 2004.

Abstracts should be between 100 to 150 words and sent as WORD
attachment by e-mail. Please name the file according to author
e.g. Smith.doc, and include the following information: Title;
Author�Euro(tm)s name; Affiliation; Country; Full address including
phone number and fax; and E-mail address
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