LINGUIST List 15.581

Fri Feb 13 2004

Calls: General Ling/Japan; Ling Theories/UK

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  1. kei, 6th Annual Conference of the Japanese Society for Languages
  2. Makiko Mukai makiko.mukai, 7th Durham Postgraduate Conference

Message 1: 6th Annual Conference of the Japanese Society for Languages

Date: Fri, 13 Feb 2004 02:22:30 -0500 (EST)
From: kei <keiaya.yale.edu>
Subject: 6th Annual Conference of the Japanese Society for Languages

6th Annual Conference of the Japanese Society for Languages 
Short Title: JSLS2004 

Date: 17-Jul-2004 - 18-Jul-2004
Location: Nagoya, Japan
Contact: Kei Nakamura
Contact Email: keiaya.yale.edu 
Meeting URL: http://cow.lang.nagoya-u.ac.jp/jsls/2004/cfp-e.htm 

Linguistic Sub-field: General Linguistics 

Call Deadline: 28-Feb-2004 

Meeting Description:

The Japanese Society for Language Sciences invites proposals for our
Sixth Annual International Conference, JSLS 2004. We welcome proposals
for paper and poster presentations and for one symposium. As keynote
speakers, we will invite Bonnie Schwartz (University of Hawai'i at
Manoa) and Yukio Otsu (Keio University). 

FINAL CALL FOR PAPERS

JSLS2004
6th Annual Conference of the Japanese Society for Language Sciences
July 17-18, 2004
Nagoya, Japan 
 
Deadline for abstracts:
February 28, 2004
http://cow.lang.nagoya-u.ac.jp/jsls/2004/cfp-e.htm 

The Japanese Society for Language Sciences invites proposals for our
Sixth Annual International Conference, JSLS 2004. We welcome proposals
for paper and poster presentations and for one symposium. As keynote
speakers, we will invite Bonnie Schwartz (University of Hawai'i at
Manoa) and Yukio Otsu (Keio University).

JSLS2004 Conference Committee Chair
Susanne Miyata (Aichi Shukutoku University)

Conference Dates/ Location
The Sixth Annual International Conference of the Japanese Society for
Language Sciences will be held as follows:
(1) July 17 (Saturday)- 18 (Sunday), 2004
(2) Aichi Shukutoku University, Nagoya, Japan

Submissions
We would like to encourage submissions on research pertaining to
language sciences, including linguistics, psychology, education,
computer science, brain science, and philosophy, among others. We will
not commit ourselves to one or a few particular theoretical
frameworks. We will respect any scientific endeavor that aims to
contribute to a better understanding of the human mind and the brain
through language.

Submission Deadline
All submissions should be e-mailed by February 28, 2004 (Sunday).

Submission guidelines are available on the JSLS 2004 website at:
http://cow.lang.nagoya-u.ac.jp/jsls/2004/cfp-e.htm

All questions regarding the JSLS 2004 conference should be addressed
to:

Kei Nakamura
JSLS 2004 Conference Coordinator
14-21 Sarugakucho
Shibuya-ku, Tokyo 150-0033
JAPAN
e-mail: keiaya.yale.edu

Aichi Shukutoku University, Nagoya, Japan
The Japanese Society for Language Sciences invites proposals for our
Sixth Annual International Conference, JSLS 2004. We welcome proposals
for paper and poster presentations. As keynote speakers, we will
invite Bonnie Schwartz (University of Hawai'i at Manoa) and Yukio Otsu
(Keio University).

JSLS2004 Committee Chair: Susanne Miyata (Aichi Shukutoku University)

Qualifications for Presenters
All presenters should be members of JSLS by May 24, 2004. (It is not
necessary for co-presenters to be members.)

Please refer to the following website for membership information:
http://jchat.sccs.chukyo-u.ac.jp/JSLS/

All presenters should pre-register for the JSLS 2004 conference by May
24, 2004.

Papers should be original and unpublished.

We will accept multiple submissions from the same individual, however,
you can only be the single or first author of one paper.

Each presentation will be 25 minutes long. (20 minutes for
presentation and 5 minutes for Q&A).

The language of presentations may be either Japanese or English.

Submission Deadline & Review Process

All submissions should be e-mailed by February 28, 2004 (Sunday).

Please send the following items to the review committee chairperson,
Hirohide Mori.

Paper and poster presentations

We will only accept submissions via e-mail. Please send your
submissions to the following address, in the following manner:

To: jsls2004-submissionnausicaa.cyber.sccs.chukyo-u.ac.jp Subject:
Paper Submission (or Poster Submission)

Send the following application form in the main text, and your
abstract as an attachment.

(1) Application form

 presentation title

 presentation category (paper or poster)

 name of presenter(s), affiliation(s)

 mailing address

 email address

 telephone number

 language of the paper/poster

 language of the presentation (only for papers)

 keywords (about 5 words)

(2) Title and Abstract

(a) Format
paper: maximum 4 pages (including title, tables, figures, &
references)
poster: 2 pages (including title, tables, figures, & references)
(Do not include any information which may reveal your identity.)

paper size: A4 or letter-size
margins: in the case of A4: Up and Bottom: 30mm
 Left and Right: 25mm
 In the case of letter-size All: 1 inch
font style: Times New Roman (or similar one)
font size: Body: 12 point Notes & References:10 point

(b) save the file as ''pdf file'' or ''text file''. Please note that
other formats will not be accepted.

(c) save your file under your own name (eg.: brown-roger.pdf).

Each abstract will be reviewed anonymously by several
reviewers. Notification of acceptance will be made by early May. (Some
''paper'' proposals might be accepted as ''poster'' presentations.)

If your proposal is accepted, you will be requested to send a copy of
your paper (Maximum length for papers is 6-pages, for posters 2-pages)
by May 24.

This paper will appear in the Conference Handbook. Excellent papers
may be published as a collection of papers titled

 ''Studies in Language Sciences''.

Symposium
We will only accept submissions via e-mail for the symposium until
February 28, 2004.

Please send an e-mail proposal to the following address, in the
following manner:

To: hiromoridc4.so-net.ne.jp
Subject: Symposium Proposal

Please send your abstract in the main text (not as an attachment).
(1) Application Form
 symposium title
 name of the organizer(s) and affiliation(s)
 email address
 telephone number
 name and affiliations of symposium speakers

(2) a detailed abstract consisting of an outline of the symposium with
abstracts from each speaker. Overall length: 800 to 1600 words in
English or 3000 to 6000 characters (moji)in Japanese (equivalent to
two to four pages on A4 or letter-size paper).

All questions regarding the JSLS 2004 conference should be addressed
to:

Kei Nakamura
JSLS 2004 Conference Coordinator
14-21 Sarugakucho, Shibuya-ku, Tokyo 150-0033 JAPAN
e-mail: keiaya.yale.edu
Inquiries by phone will not be accepted.


 
 



 
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Message 2: 7th Durham Postgraduate Conference

Date: Thu, 12 Feb 2004 11:26:44 -0500 (EST)
From: Makiko Mukai makiko.mukai <Makiko>
Subject: 7th Durham Postgraduate Conference

7th Durham Postgraduate Conference
26-Jun-2004 - 26-Jun-2004

University of Durham
Durham, United Kingdom

Conference URL: http://www.dur.ac.uk/pgconf.linguistics/

Linguistic Subfield: Linguistic Theories

Call deadline: 30-Apr-2004


Meeting Description: 

We are pleased to announce the Seventh Durham Postgraduate Conference
in Theoretical and Applied Linguistics at the University of Durham on
Saturday 26th June 2004. The purpose of the conference is to provide
postgraduates with an opportunity to present their research.

Call for Papers:

Send 3 camera-ready copies of your abstract (2 without and one with
your name and affiliation)
- Length: maximum one A4 page; 1.5 spacing; all margins: 3cm
- Font: Times New Roman 12pt; Title, author.s name, affiliation: 14pt
bold and centred
- Paper submissions preferred, e-mail submissions accepted (only as
attached Word document or PDF)

Accepted papers will be allotted 20 minutes for presentation and 10
minutes for discussion. Speakers will also be invited to submit their
paper for publication in the Durham Working Papers in Linguistics.
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