LINGUIST List 16.3059|
Mon Oct 24 2005
Calls: Applied Ling/France;Syntax/USA
Editor for this issue: Kevin Burrows
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7th Teaching and Language Corpora Conference
21st Comparative Germanic Syntax Workshop
Message 1: 7th Teaching and Language Corpora Conference
From: Natalie Kübler <nkublereila.jussieu.fr>
Subject: 7th Teaching and Language Corpora Conference
Full Title: 7th Teaching and Language Corpora Conference
Short Title: TaLC2006
Date: 01-Jul-2006 - 04-Jul-2006
Location: Paris, France
Contact Person: Natalie Kübler
Meeting Email: < click here to access email >
Web Site: http://talc7.eila.jussieu.fr
Linguistic Field(s): Applied Linguistics; Language Acquisition; Text/Corpus Linguistics; Translation
Call Deadline: 20-Feb-2006
TaLC2006, 7th Teaching and Language Corpora Conference
Seventh Teaching and Language Corpora Conference
July 1 - 4 2006 Paris, France
Workshop Submission: January 31 2006
Abstract submission : February 20 2006
Notification to Authors: April 30 2006
Preconference WORKSHOPS: July 1 2006
MAIN CONFERENCE: July 2-4 2006
Following the previous six and highly successful TaLC conferences in Lancaster, Oxford, Graz, Bertinoro, and Granada, the seventh TaLC conference invites proposals for position papers, reports of work in progress, case-histories of successful corpus applications, and introductions to relevant new resources. In addition, we welcome proposals for introductory tutorials or workshops.
The Conference will be organised by the Department of Intercultural Studies and Applied Languages of the University Paris 7 Denis Diderot, and will be held at the Bibliothèque Nationale de France in Paris.
The official languages of TaLC7 are French and English.
The use of language corpora and corpus tools for the purposes listed below has been recognised by theoretical and applied linguistics researchers for many years:
-First and second language teaching and learning
-Language awareness raising.
-Teaching languages for specific purposes.
-Student-centered linguistic investigation.
-Interpreting and translation studies.
-Cultural and historical studies
-Learners' dictionary development
The seventh TaLC Conference also aims at focussing on effective results and case studies in using corpora in language and language-related education. Language issues are becoming more and more important in non English speaking countries, especially concerning the dissemination of scientific information for non native speakers of English. With a view to this specific issue, a special session on the European Digital Library will be organised on July 4; the idea of a European Digital Library was initiated by the President of the Bibliothèque Nationale de France, Professor Jean-Noël Jeanneney, and is developing into an important area of interest.
Abstracts and workshop submission :
Abstracts (500-1000) should be uploaded on the Web site, using the abstract submission form, before February 20 2006.
Pre-conference workshop proposals (500-1000 words) should be sent to the organising committee (talc7eila.jussieu.fr), according to the guideline on the Web site, before 31 January 2006. All proposals will be reviewed.
Authors of those proposals accepted for inclusion will be notified by April 30.
All submissions should include name(s) and institutional affiliation(s) of the author(s), as well as e-mail addresses. Please also indicate if you will need an overhead projector or any other equipment for your presentation.
You can download abstract submission form and workshop proposal submission form from the website on November 20.
Guy Aston, University of Bologna, Italy
Lou Burnard, Oxford University, United Kingdom
Lynne Flowerdew, Hong Kong University of Science and Technology, Hong Kong SAR, China
Bernhard Kettemann, University of Graz, Austria
Agnieszka Lenko-Szymanska, Warsaw University, Poland
Chris Tribble, King's College, London, United Kingdom
Martin Wynne, Oxford Text Archive, United Kingdom
Message 2: 21st Comparative Germanic Syntax Workshop
From: Justin Nuger <jnugerucsc.edu>
Subject: 21st Comparative Germanic Syntax Workshop
Full Title: 21st Comparative Germanic Syntax Workshop
Short Title: CGSW21
Date: 31-Mar-2006 - 02-Apr-2006
Location: Santa Cruz, CA, USA
Contact Person: Justin Nuger
Meeting Email: < click here to access email >
Web Site: http://ling.ucsc.edu/~cgsw
Linguistic Field(s): Syntax
Language Family(ies): Germanic
Call Deadline: 01-Dec-2005
The 21st Comparative Germanic Syntax Workshop will take place Friday, March 31 - Sunday, April 2, 2006 at UC Santa Cruz. We are pleased to announce the following invited speakers:
-Peter Svenonius, Universitetet i Tromsø, Norway
-Jan-Wouter Zwart, Rijksuniversiteit Groningen, the Netherlands
Call deadline: 6:00pm Pacific Standard Time (GMT-8) on December 1, 2005.
Address for submission of abstracts: cgswling.ucsc.edu
We invite abstracts for thirty-minute talks (followed by ten minutes of discussion) on any aspect of comparative Germanic syntax, including diachronic syntax and the interface between syntax and other components of the grammar.
Abstracts should not exceed two pages (letter-size/A4) in total length (including data and references), with one-inch margins all around, typed in at least 11-point font. Submissions are restricted to one individual and one joint abstract per author. Abstracts must be submitted electronically as an e-mail attachment, preferably in .pdf-format. Please use the subject header ''Abstract'' and include in the main body of your message the following author information:
- title of abstract
- mailing address(es)
- e-mail address(es)
Notification of acceptance: February 1, 2006.
If you have any questions, please don't hesitate to contact the organizers at cgswling.ucsc.edu.
You may also download a .pdf version of the CGSW21 Call for Papers at http://ling.ucsc.edu/~cgsw/cgsw21call.pdf.
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