LINGUIST List 16.2291|
Fri Jul 29 2005
Calls: Morphology/Syntax/USA; Applied Ling/Japanese/USA
Editor for this issue: Amy Wronkowicz
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9th Annual Meeting of the Texas Linguistic Society
5th International Conference on Practical Linguistics of Japanese
Message 1: 9th Annual Meeting of the Texas Linguistic Society
From: Frederick Hoyt <fmhoytmail.utexas.edu>
Subject: 9th Annual Meeting of the Texas Linguistic Society
Full Title: 9th Annual Meeting of the Texas Linguistic Society
Short Title: TLS 9
Date: 04-Nov-2005 - 06-Nov-2005
Location: Austin, Texas, United States of America
Contact Person: Frederick Hoyt
Meeting Email: tlsuts.cc.utexas.edu
Web Site: http://webspace.utexas.edu/bighamds/TLS9.html
Linguistic Field(s): Historical Linguistics; Linguistic Theories; Morphology;
Call Deadline: 10-Aug-2005
TLS 9: The Morphosyntax of Lesser Studied Languages
2nd Call for Papers
Texas Linguistics Society 9
Morphosyntax of Underrepresented Languages
University of Texas at Austin
November 4-6, 2005
The goal of TLS 9 is to provide a forum for the presentation of original
research on morphosyntactic phenomena in languages that are underrepresented in
the literature, that is, less studied languages and/or less-studied varieties of
We welcome the submission of papers on topics including (but not limited to):
voice, case-marking, agreement, cliticization, complex predicate formation, verb
serialization, noun incorporation, morphological blocking, lexical integrity,
word order variation.
In addition to the above stated goals, the conference encourages comparisons
between different theoretical frameworks.
Douglas S. Bigham, Frederick Hoyt, Nikki Seifert, Alexandra Teodorescu, Jessica
Abstracts are invited for 20-minute talks (plus 10 minutes for discussion).
Abstracts should be anonymous and confined to two pages (including examples and
references), with 1-inch margins and in 12-point type. Already published papers
will not be accepted. Submissions are limited to one singly authored and one
jointly authored abstract per author or two jointly authored abstracts.
Electronic submissions should be sent to tlsuts.cc.utexas.edu, Subject: TLS 9
Please submit abstracts as an attachment to an e-mail message (do not include
abstracts in the body of a message). The body of the message should include the
information listed in 1-4 below. PDF versions are strongly preferred. If
necessary, PS, RTF, text, or Word submissions will be accepted. If a non-PDF
format is used, we discourage the use of nonstandard fonts, since we may not be
able to decipher them.
1. Name(s) of presenter(s)
2. Affiliation(s) of presenter(s)
3. Postal address, telephone number, and e-mail address
4. Title of the paper
Non-electronic submissions, with a separate sheet for the information in 1-4
above, should be mailed to the following address:
TLS9 Abstract Committee
The University of Texas at Austin
Department of Linguistics
Calhoun Hall 501
1 University Station B5100
Austin, TX 78712-0198
Abstracts must be received by August 10, 2005. Notifications of acceptance or
non-acceptance will be sent by September 15, 2005.
Please send requests for more information to tlsuts.cc.utexas.edu.
Message 2: 5th International Conference on Practical Linguistics of Japanese
From: Masahiko Minami <mminamisfsu.edu>
Subject: 5th International Conference on Practical Linguistics of Japanese
Full Title: 5th International Conference on Practical Linguistics of Japanese
Short Title: ICPLJ
Date: 04-Mar-2006 - 05-Mar-2006
Location: San Francisco, California, United States of America
Contact Person: Masahiko Minami
Meeting Email: mminamisfsu.edu
Web Site: http://www.sfsu.edu/~japanese/conference/
Linguistic Field(s): Anthropological Linguistics; Applied Linguistics;
Computational Linguistics; Discipline of Linguistics; Discourse Analysis;
General Linguistics; Language Acquisition; Morphology; Phonology; Pragmatics;
Psycholinguistics; Semantics; Sociolinguistics; Syntax; Text/Corpus Linguistics
Subject Language(s): Japanese (JPN)
Call Deadline: 01-Nov-2005
- ICPLJ is intended to bring together researchers on the cutting edge of
Japanese linguistics and to offer a forum in which their research results can be
presented in a form that is useful to those desiring practical applications in
the fields of teaching Japanese as a second/foreign language and
computer-assisted language learning (CALL) technology.
- All topics in linguistics will be fully considered, including: phonology,
morphology, syntax, semantics, lexicon, pragmatics (discourse analysis), second
language acquisition (bilingualism).
- Abstracts submitted must represent original, unpublished research.
All submissions should be mailed and postmarked by November 1, 2005.
(We regret that we cannot accept submissions by fax or e-mail.)
- Three copies of a clearly titled one-page summary, on which the author is not
identified (on A4 or letter-size paper, in 12 point type, with at least 1.25
inch [approximately 3 cm] margins on all sides). This summary will be used for
review, as well as for inclusion in the conference program book if your abstract
is accepted. Examples, figures, tables, and references may be given on a second
page. Please note the following: (1) All conference papers will be selected on
the basis of summaries submitted. (2) Any information that may reveal your
identity should not be included in the summary. (3) Summaries will be accepted
in Japanese or English. (4) If the language in which you would like to give
your presentation differs from the language of your written summary, please let
us know. (5) No changes in the title or the authors' names will be possible
after acceptance. (6) You may be requested to send in a copy of your summary
(in MS-Word format).
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