LINGUIST List 15.293

Tue Jan 27 2004

Calls: General Ling/France; Computational Ling/USA

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  1. jose.deulofeu, 3rd International Conference on Construction Grammar
  2. Marcus Kracht, North American Summer School in Logic, Language and Information

Message 1: 3rd International Conference on Construction Grammar

Date: Sun, 25 Jan 2004 17:24:23 -0500 (EST)
From: jose.deulofeu <jose.deulofeuwanadoo.fr>
Subject: 3rd International Conference on Construction Grammar

3rd International Conference on Construction Grammar 
Short Title: ICCG 3 

Date: 7-Jul-2004 - 10-Jul-2004
Location: Marseille, France
Contact: Henri-José Deulofeu
Contact Email: deulofeuup.univ-mrs.fr 
Meeting URL: http://www.lpl.univ-aix.fr/projects/iccg3/ 

Linguistic Sub-field: General Linguistics 
Call Deadline: 20-Feb-2004 


Meeting Description:

The conference will deal with all the topics related to Construction
Grammar: morphophonology, syntax,lexicon, discourse and
pragmatics. Special workshops will be organized. 3rd International
Conference on Construction Grammar

 
Call for Papers Extended Deadline 

 
Extended Deadline: 2O-Feb-2004 
THIRD CALL 

Regular conference papers (20-min. talk plus 10-min. discussion) are
invited on any aspect of linguistic analysis that is concerned with
constructions and/or frames. We welcome work on issues in syntax,
morphology, semantics, pragmatics, discourse, language acquisition,
corpus linguistics, language variation/change, etc.

SUBMISSION OF ABSTRACTS 

Abstracts of one page (PDF or MS WOrd), with an additional page for
graphs, data, and/or references if necessary, should be submitted by
February 20, 2004.

PLEASE SUBMIT YOUR ANONYMOUS ABSTRACT ELECTRONICALLY to Hans C. Boas,
Chair of the Scientific Comittee at hcbmail.utexas.edu . ONLY INCLUDE
THE TITLE OF YOUR PAPER ON THE ABSTRACT. PLEASE INCLUDE the author
information (name, affiliation, address, e-mail, phone, and fax
numbers ) IN THE BODY OF YOUR MESSAGE.


Upon acceptance, the abstract will be published in a conference
booklet to be distributed among the conference participants.

DEADLINES and IMPORTANT DATES 
Extended Deadline for abstracts: February 20th, 2004 
Authors notified of acceptance: March 22st, 2004 

The conference is organized by the Group research DELIC and the LPL
CNRS Laboratory of the Universite de Provence

The organizing committee is chaired by Henri-Jose Deulofeu (Delic) and
Philippe Blache (CNRS)

For more information about the conference please check the website : 
http://www.lpl.univ-aix.fr/projects/iccg3/ 

or direct your inquiries to the conference organizers at 
iccg3-2004up.univ-mrs.fr 
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Message 2: North American Summer School in Logic, Language and Information

Date: Mon, 19 Jan 2004 08:59:31 -0800
From: Marcus Kracht <krachthumnet.ucla.edu>
Subject: North American Summer School in Logic, Language and Information

 NASSLLI04 

		June 21-25, UCLA, Los Angeles

	(North American Summer School in Logic, Language 
		and Information 2004)

 		Last CALL for PROPOSALS
 Deadline: January 31, 2004

The third NASSLLI (after a successful start with NASSLLI02 in Stanford
and NASSLLI03 in Bloomington) will be held at UCLA, June 21 - 25,
2004. The summer school will consist of a number of courses and
workshops, selected on the basis of the proposals. Proposals are
invited that present interdisciplinary work between the areas of
logic, linguistics, computer science, philosophy and artificial
intelligence, though work in just one area is within the scope of the
summer school if it can be applied in other fields.

Submission Details:
Submissions should indicate 
1) person(s) and affiliation
2) type of event (one week course or workshop, 2 hours a day)
3) an outline of the course up to 500 words
4) an indication of whether special equipment is needed to teach that
course (beamer, computer ...)
5) a statement about the instructor's experience in teaching in
interdisciplinary settings
6) expected costs (whether you want to be paid hotel and/or travel, or
whether you are able to find funding)

Final Material:
We expect material for the actual courses at least *one month* ahead
of the conference if hardcopies of any material are to be made
available by us.

Financial Details:
A course may be taught by one or two persons. Conference fees are
waived for all instructors. However, we are only able to pay for the
full travel and expenses of one instructor per course. If two persons
are lecturing, they may share a lump sum paid for both. Workshops are
more complicated, and a proposal for a workshop should include a plan
to obtain some outside funding for the speakers.

Deadline for submission: 
January 31, 2004

Program Committee:
Dominique Sportiche, UCLA, chair
Mai Gehrke, New Mexico State University
John Horty, University of Maryland
Mark Johnson, Brown University
Phokion Kolaitis, UC Santa Cruz
Marcus Kracht, UCLA
Philippe Schlenker, UCLA & Institut Jean-Nicod
Bart Selman, Cornell University
Ed Stabler, UCLA

Web site:
News will be posted at
http://www.linguistics.ucla.edu/nassllli04/

Inquiries can be sent to the following email address:
krachthumnet.ucla.edu

and:
Marcus Kracht
Department of Linguistics
UCLA
3125 Campbell Hall 
PO Box 951543
405 Hilgard Avenue
Los Angeles, CA 90095-1543
krachthumnet.ucla.edu
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