LINGUIST List 15.952

Sun Mar 21 2004

Calls: General Ling/Turkey; Lexicography/Australia

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  2. Pauline.Bryant, Australex Biennial Conference 2004

Message 1: 2nd Postgraduate Conference in Linguistics and Language Teaching

Date: Fri, 19 Mar 2004 05:12:46 -0500 (EST)
From: sagin <saginmetu.edu.tr>
Subject: 2nd Postgraduate Conference in Linguistics and Language Teaching

2nd Postgraduate Conference in Linguistics and Language Teaching 

Date: 24-Sep-2004 - 25-Sep-2004
Location: Ankara, Turkey
Contact: Cigdem Sagin Simsek
Contact Email: 

Linguistic Sub-field: General Linguistics 

Call Deadline: 28-May-2004 


Meeting Description:

2nd Postgraduate Conference in Linguistics and Language Teaching

We are pleased to announce that the 2nd Middle East Technical
University Postgraduate Conference in Linguistics and Language
Teaching (METU-PSTGRD) will be held on 24 & 25 September 2004.

Our conference is organized by postgraduates for postgraduates with
the purpose of providing postgraduates with an opportunity to present
their research on a friendly platform.

We welcome submissions from all postgraduates (students currently
enrolled in an MA or PhD programme) in any field of linguistics and
language teaching. 2nd Postgraduate Conference in Linguistics and
Language Teaching

Call for Papers

Call Deadline: 28-May-2003

The first METU-PSTGRD conference was held in September 2003 with
valuable participants from 5 countries. Abstracts of the presentations
are available at our web side. (http://www.fedu.metu.edu.tr/pstgrd)

 Quite the same as last year, our conference is organized by
postgraduates for postgraduates with the purpose of providing
postgraduates with an opportunity to present their research on a
friendly platform.

We welcome submissions from all postgraduates (students currently
enrolled in an MA or PhD programme) in any field of linguistics and
language teaching, including all 47 areas determined by the
International Association of Applied Linguistics (but not excluding
others):

1. Adolescent Language Learning 
2. Adult Language Learning 
3. Artificial Intelligence 
4. Bilingualism and Multilingualism 
5. Child Language and Early Childhood Education 
6. Communication in the Professions 
7. Computational Linguistics 
8. Contrastive Linguistics and Error Analysis 
9. Corpus Linguistics 
10. Critical Discourse Analysis 
11. Discourse Analysis 
12. English as a Global Language 
13. Ethics, Rights and Values in Applied Linguistics 
14. Forensic Linguistics 
15. Gerontolinguistics 
16. Immersion Education 
17. Intercultural Communication 
18. Interdisciplinarity in Applied Linguistics 
19. Interface between Linguistics and Applied Linguistics 
20. Interpreting and Translating 
21. IT, Internet, and Language Learning 
22. Language and Ecology 
23. Language and Education in Multilingual Settings 
24. Language and Entertainment 
25. Language and Mind 
26. Language and Subcultures 
27. Language and the Media 
28. Language Disorders 
29. Language for Special Purposes 
30. Language in Contact 
31. Language Loss, Attrition and Re-learning 
32. Language Planning and Language policy 
33. Language Teaching Methodology and Teacher Education 
34. Language, Gender and Power 
35. Learner Autonomy in Language Learning 
36. Lexicography and Lexicology 
37. Mother Tongue Education 
38. Multimodality 
39. Multiple Literacies 
40. Pragmatics 
41. Psycholinguistics: Processing 
42. Rhetoric and Stylistics 
43. Second Language Acquisition 
44. Semiotics 
45. Sign Language 
46. Sociolinguistics 
47. Writing of Grammars (reference and pedagogical) 

Abstract Guidelines:
Abstracts should be no longer than 300 words, and in Times New Roman
font (size 12pt). Your page should have 3cm margins on each side.

E-mail submissions preferred, paper submissions accepted 

Please also attach a cover page on which you indicate the title, the
author's name and affiliation, and biographical information about the
author(s).

Accepted papers will be allotted 20 minutes for presentation and 10
minutes for discussion.

Paper abstracts addressed to 2nd Postgraduate Conference in
Linguistics and Language Teaching, Department of Foreign Language
Education, Middle East Technical University, 06531, Ankara, Turkey.

Deadline for abstracts: 28th May 2004 
Notification of acceptance: 11th June 2004.

CONTACT:
Cigdem Sagin Simsek: saginmetu.edu.tr Tel:(312) 2104195 

Bilal Kırkıcı: bilalkmetu.edu.tr Tel: (312) 2104086
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Message 2: Australex Biennial Conference 2004

Date: Thu, 18 Mar 2004 06:42:29 -0500 (EST)
From: Pauline.Bryant <Pauline.Bryantanu.edu.au>
Subject: Australex Biennial Conference 2004


Australex Biennial Conference 2004 

Date: 12-Jul-2004 - 12-Jul-2004
Location: Sydney NSW, Australia
Contact: Pauline Bryant
Contact Email: Pauline.Bryantanu.edu.au 
Meeting URL: http://conferences.arts.usyd.edu.au/index.php?cf=5 

Linguistic Sub-field: Lexicography 


Meeting Description:

The Biennial Conference of AUSTRALEX (Australasian Association for
Lexicography) will be held at the University of Sydney on Monday 12
July 2004.

AUSTRALEX BIENNIAL CONFERENCE (Australasian Association for
Lexicography)

University of Sydney
NSW, Australia

12 July 2004

The Biennial Conference of AUSTRALEX (Australasian Association for
Lexicography) will be held at the University of Sydney on Monday 12
July 2004, hosted by the Department of Linguistics, University of
Sydney and the Department of Linguistics, and the Dictionary Research
Centre, Macquarie University.

This is the main conference in Australia for people interested in all
aspects of lexicography. Papers are given on a range of topics and on
a range of languages from Australian English and New Zealand English
to local indigenous and regional languages.

This year's theme is ''Lexicon and culture'', and there will be a
special session on placenames, organised by the Australian National
Placenames Survey.

The meeting also includes the Biennial General Meeting of AUSTRALEX.

 To find out more about the arrangements for the conference, visit
 http://conferences.arts.usyd.edu.au/overview.php?cf=5

A call for papers is at
http://conferences.arts.usyd.edu.au/callforpapers.php?cf=5

************
Dr Pauline Bryant
Secretary, Australex.
School of Language Studies
Building 110
Australian National University
Canberra ACT 0200
Australia 
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