LINGUIST List 15.2023

Thu Jul 8 2004

Calls: Applied Ling/Spain; General Ling/Switzerland

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  1. resteve, 2nd International Conference on Internet and Language
  2. ur.shlonsky, Generative Linguistics in the Old World

Message 1: 2nd International Conference on Internet and Language

Date: Tue, 6 Jul 2004 11:07:04 -0400 (EDT)
From: resteve <resteveang.uji.es>
Subject: 2nd International Conference on Internet and Language


2nd International Conference on Internet and Language 
Short Title: ICIL 2005 

Date: 14-Jul-2005 - 16-Jul-2005
Location: CASTELL� DE LA PLANA, Spain
Contact: Santiago Posteguillo
Contact Email: posteguiang.uji.es 
Meeting URL: http://www3.uji.es/~postegui/indexcongreso.htm 

Linguistic Sub-field: Applied Linguistics 
Call Deadline: 30-Sep-2004 

Meeting Description:

The Conference is intended as a forum of discussion for linguists and
researchers in areas such as Linguistics, Applied Linguistics,
Literary Studies or Translation, among other disciplines, who are
involved in the use or study of Internet, either as a research or
teaching resource or as a linguistic phenomenon in itself.

CALL FOR PAPERS 

Dear Colleagues, 

We are organising the 2nd International Conference on Internet and
Language. This is intended as a forum of discussion for linguists and
researchers in areas such as Linguistics, Applied Linguistics,
Literary Studies or Translation, among other disciplines, who are
involved in the use or study of Internet, either as a research or
teaching resource or as a linguistic phenomenon in itself. We are
expecting papers in relation to the panels listed below:

- Internet and Literary Studies 
- Internet and Translation 
- Internet and Language Use / Linguistics and digital genres 
- Internet and Languages for Specific Purposes 
- Internet and Foreign Language Teaching / Second Language Acquisition 

Dates 
 
The Conference is to take place 14-16th July, 2005. 
Deadline for receipt of full papers is September 30th, 2004. 
Notification of acceptance will be sent by November 30th, 2004.

Submissions

We welcome original papers written in English, Spanish and Catalan,
which are the official languages of the conference, although papers in
other languages may be considered depending on their interest in
relation to the topic of the conference. Presentations will last 20
minutes with five minutes for discussion.

Our intention is to receive full papers by September 2004 so as to be
able to edit Conference Proceedings and then distribute them during
the conference in July 2005. Papers should not exceed 3000 words with
abstract and bibliography included. Guidelines for publication can be
found at http://www3.uji.es/~postegui/indexcongreso.htm

Those interested should send two printed copies and one electronic
copy (RTF format on a floppy disc) to:
Panel 1: Internet and Literary Studies
Elena Ortells Mont�n
ortelang.uji.es
Dept. de Estudios Angleses 
Universitat Jaume I 
Castell�n, 12071 
SPAIN

Panel 2: Internet and Translation
Alicia Bola�os
abolanosdfm.ulpgc.es 
Universidad de las Palmas de Gran Canaria
Campus Humanidades
Nuevo Edificio Millares Carl�, despacho 118
C/ P�rez del Toro 1
35003 Las Palmas de Gran Canaria
SPAIN

Panel 3: Internet and Language Use / Linguistics and digital genres
Santiago Posteguillo G�mez 
posteguiang.uji.es
Dept. de Estudios Angleses
Universitat Jaume I 
Castell�n, 12071 
SPAIN

Panel 4: Internet and Languages for Specific Purposes
Maria Ll��sa Gea Valor
geaang.uji.es
Dept. de Estudios Angleses
Universitat Jaume I 
Castell�n, 12071 
SPAIN

Panel 5: Internet and Foreign Language Teaching / Second Language Acquisition 
Maria Ll��sa Renau Renal
renauang.uji.es
Dept. de Estudios Angleses
Universitat Jaume I 
Castell�n, 12071 
SPAIN

Venue 
 
The Conferece will be held at Universitat Jaume I in Castell�n
(http://www.uji.es)
 
PLENARY SPEAKERS

The following speakers have confirmed their participation in the Conference: 

Tim Shortis (University of Bristol)
Jos� Garc�a Landa (Universidad de Zaragoza)
Guadalupe Aguado de Cea (Universidad Polit�cnica de Madrid)
Mike Scout (Universidad de Liverpool)

CONFERENCE FEE
 
Participants in the conference presenting a paper are to pay a fee of
150 euros. This fee includes registration and a copy of the Conference
Proceedings edited in two CDs, which will be distributed during the
conference. Other participants attending the conference are to pay 80
euros.

REGISTRATION FEE FOR THE CONFERENCE

Participants in the Conference presenting a paper are to pay a fee of
150 euros. This fee includes registration and a copy of the Conference
Proceedings edited in two volumes in CD format. Undergraduate
student(tm)s fee is 50 euros. The payment of the registration fee
will be done through a bank transfer, no later then two weeks after
the notification of the acceptance of the paper, to BANCAJA (in
Catalan Bancaixa):
- account number: 2077 - 0580- 46 -3103985430 
- swift code: CVALESVVXXX 
- iban number: ES52 2077 0580 4631 0398 5430 

In the transfer, the code and the line of the Conference on Internet
and Language must be included:
- Code: 03G032
- Line: 03025
(Please, include these data, otherwise you may not be officially
registered in the Conference)
 
Once the transfer is done, a copy of it must be sent by postal mail
before December 31, 2004 (the date remains open for people who are
attending the conference without presenting a paper) to the following
address:

M�Jos� Esteve Ramos
resteveang.uji.es
Dept. de Estudis Anglesos
Universitat Jaume I 
Castell�n, 12071 
SPAIN
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Message 2: Generative Linguistics in the Old World

Date: Tue, 6 Jul 2004 12:01:38 -0400 (EDT)
From: ur.shlonsky <ur.shlonskylettres.unige.ch>
Subject: Generative Linguistics in the Old World

Generative Linguistics in the Old World 
Short Title: GLOW 

Date: 29-Mar-2005 - 02-Apr-2005
Location: GENEVA, Switzerland
Contact: UR SHLONSKY
Contact Email: glow05lettres.unige.ch 
Meeting URL: http://www.unige.ch/glow05 

Linguistic Sub-field: General Linguistics, Linguistic Theories,
Morphology, Philosophy of Language, Phonology, Semantics, Syntax,
Cognitive Science, Language Acquisition 
Call Deadline: 01-Nov-2004

Meeting Description:

The 28th GLOW Colloquium will be held in Geneva, Switzerland, in
March/April 2005. The GLOW Main session (free topic) will take place
from March 31 to April 2, preceded by three workshops on March 29 and
30.
March 29: Symposium on the Philosophy of Linguistics
March 30: Synchrony meets Diachrony in Phonology
March 30: Semitic Syntax.

For more information, keep an eye on the conference website,
http://www.unige.ch/glow05,
the GLOW website,
http://glow.uvt.nl,
and the Autumn issue of the GLOW Newsletter.

Abstracts are invited to the GLOW main session (March 31 - April 2,
2005) on any topic in generative grammar (phonology, morphology,
syntax and semantics).

Invited speakers: Irene Heim (MIT), Howard Lasnik (University of
Maryland College Park).

The deadline for submissions is November 1, 2004. (Note change from
previous years!).

Abstracts should be sent anonymously as virus-free attached files (the
name(s) should be clearly mentioned in the email only) to
glow05lettres.unige.ch, in PDF format.

Only electronic submissions will be considered.

Upon acceptance, authors will be further asked to submit a
camera-ready original abstract with their name, address and
affiliation.

IMPORTANT!
Abstracts may not exceed two pages of text with at least a one-inch
margin on all four sides (measured on A4 paper) and must employ a font
not smaller than 12 point. Each page may include a maximum of 50 lines
of text. Abstracts may include an extra page for references (not
examples), but this third page will not be published in the Spring
2005 newsletter.

One symposium and two workshops will precede the main session. There
are separate Calls for Papers for the Syntax workshop (Semitic Syntax)
and the Phonology workshop (Synchrony and Diachrony in Phonology)
(both will be held on April 30).

The Symposium on the Philosophy of Linguistics (invited speakers:
Michael Devitt (CUNY), Paul Horwich (CUNY), Stephen Neale (Rutgers),
Francois Recanati (CNRS), Stephen Schiffer (NYU) and Barry Smith (SUNY
Buffalo) will be held on April 29.

For further information, browse http://www.unige.ch/glow05 or write to
glow05lettres.unige.ch.
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