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LINGUIST List 17.1220

Sat Apr 22 2006

Calls: Phonology/Greece;Applied Ling/Netherlands

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        1.    Anthi Revithiadou, Old World Conference in Phonology 4
        2.    Marjolein Deunk, Applied Linguistics - A New Generation


Message 1: Old World Conference in Phonology 4
Date: 20-Apr-2006
From: Anthi Revithiadou <revithiadourhodes.aegean.gr>
Subject: Old World Conference in Phonology 4


Full Title: Old World Conference in Phonology 4
Short Title: OCP4

Date: 18-Jan-2007 - 21-Jan-2007
Location: Rhodes, Greece
Contact Person: Anthi Revithiadou
Meeting Email: ocp4rhodes.aegean.gr
Web Site: http://www.ms.aegean.gr/ocp4/

Linguistic Field(s): Phonetics; Phonology

Call Deadline: 01-Sep-2006

Meeting Description:

OCP4 welcomes papers and posters from any theoretical perspective, addressing
any topic in phonology. At the same time, we also invite papers for a
Preconference Workshop on "Harmony in the Languages of the Mediterranean"

Keynote Speakers:
- Outi Bat-El (Tel-Aviv University)
- Junko Itô (University of California, Santa Cruz)
- Armin Mester (University of California, Santa Cruz)
- Moira Yip (University College London)

Call for papers
?CP4 (January 18-21, 2007)
Rhodes Aquarium, Rhodes, Greece

Pre-conference Workshop: ''Harmony in the Languages of the Mediterranean''
January 18, 2007

Main Conference: January 19-21, 2007

Organized by: University of the Aegean, Division of Linguistics, Department of
Mediterranean Studies & University of Crete, Section of Linguistics, Department
of Philology

Invited Speakers:
- Outi Bat-El (Tel-Aviv University)
- Junko Itô (University of California, Santa Cruz)
- Armin Mester (University of California, Santa Cruz)
- Moira Yip (University College London)

OCP4 Main Conference:
OCP4 welcomes abstracts for 30-minute presentations plus 10 minutes for
discussion. Abstracts are also invited for a poster session. Submissions are
limited to one singly authored and one jointly authored abstract per author or
two jointly authored abstracts.

OCP4 Workshop: ''Harmony in the Languages of the Mediterranean''
We encourage papers addressing harmony processes attested in languages (once)
spoken in the Mediterranean region. Submissions are limited to one singly
authored and one jointly authored abstract per author or two jointly authored
abstracts.

- Deadline for abstract submission: September 1st 2006
- Notification of acceptance: October 15th 2006

Abstract requirements

Abstracts must be submitted electronically in PDF or doc format.
Abstracts should be one A4 page long with a second page limited to examples and
references. Authors should adhere to the following formatting requirements:
- 1 inch margins on top, bottom, left and right
- in 12 pt Times New Roman (10 pt for references)
- single line spacing
- normal character spacing

The named version of the abstract should start with:
- The title of the abstract in boldface and centred
- The name(s) of the author(s) centred
- The affiliation(s) of the author(s) centred (Leave one line after the title
and after the affiliation.)
- The body of the abstract must be justified (left and right)

The anonymous abstract should start with:
- The title of the abstract in boldface and centred
- The body of the abstract must be justified (left and right)

The filename should be unique. You should use your first name's initial and your
last name to name your abstract. For example, John Smith's abstract should be named:
- named-jsmith.pdf
- anon-jsmith.pdf

The body of the message should include the following information:
- Author's Name(s) and contact information
- Affiliation
- Title of the abstract
- Postal address & e-mail address

Abstract submission

1. Create an email message to: ocp4rhodes.aegean.gr, with the text 'OCP4
Abstract Submission' in the subject line. 2. Attach both the anonymous and the
named versions of your abstract as PDF or doc files to the message.
3. Fill in the required information in the body of the message.
4. Please do not forget to specify whether your abstract should be considered
for (a) the Main Conference as a talk or a poster or both, (b) the
Pre-conference Workshop.

If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact the Organizing
Committee at:
ocp4rhodes.aegean.gr or
revithiadourhodes.aegean.gr

Conference website:
http://www.rhodes.aegean.gr/tms/ocp4/
http://www.ms.aegean.gr/ocp4/

Organizing Committee:
Anthi Revithiadou
Ioanna Kappa
Marina Tzakosta
Message 2: Applied Linguistics - A New Generation
Date: 19-Apr-2006
From: Marjolein Deunk <m.i.deunkrug.nl>
Subject: Applied Linguistics - A New Generation



Full Title: Applied Linguistics - A New Generation

Date: 24-Jan-2007 - 26-Jan-2007
Location: Groningen, Netherlands
Contact Person: Marjolein Deunk
Meeting Email: juniorresearchmeetinganela.nl
Web Site: http://www.anela.nl/juniorresearchmeeting

Linguistic Field(s): Applied Linguistics

Call Deadline: 01-Jul-2006

Meeting Description:

Anéla and GAL are pleased to announce:

Applied Linguistics_a new generation
International Research Meeting for Junior Applied Linguists

January 24-26, 2007; University of Groningen, the Netherlands
www.anela.nl/juniorresearchmeeting

CALL FOR PAPERS
For more than 10 years, Anéla, the Dutch affiliate of AILA, has been organizing
the so called 'junior days' to which beginning researchers, PhD students, and
graduate students are invited to present their work in an informal and
supportive setting. These meetings have been very successful over the years,
providing beginning researchers the opportunity to present their work on an
academic forum and to receive valuable feedback.

Stimulated by suggestions from the AILA International Committee, Anéla and GAL,
the German affiliate, have now planned to organize a joint International
Research Meeting for Junior Applied Linguists, aiming at an international
exchange of ideas and a stimulation of contacts between European affiliates of
AILA. Interaction with and feedback from both junior and senior researchers is
highly emphasized.

We invite junior researchers to submit abstracts for thirty-minute oral
presentations and/or poster presentations describing original work addressing
topics from one of the following fields of applied linguistics:

- Language development
- Language in the community
- Language in education
- Language in professional settings

Possible topics range from first and second language acquisition, literacy
development and language disorders to language variation and linguistic
discrimination, multilingualism and intercultural communication and from
language conflict, language policy and language planning to language and
communication in politics and by audiovisual- and virtual means.

Language choice for abstracts and presentations is free. Abstracts can be
submitted through the website: www.anela.nl/juniorresearchmeeting.
For further information on the conference, please visit the website or contact
the local organizers at the following address: juniorresearchmeetinganela.nl

Program committee:
Kees de Bot (Groningen)
Herman Cölfen (Essen)
Jan Engberg (Aarhus)
Carmen Spiegel (Essen)
Jan ten Thije (Utrecht)
Eija Ventola (Helsinki)

Local organizers:
Sible Andringa (Groningen)
Kees de Bot (Groningen)
Marjolein Deunk (Groningen)
Rasmus Steinkrauss (Groningen)

Important dates:
Submission deadline: July 1, 2006
Notification of authors: end of August 2006
Registration deadline: January 1, 2007
Conference: January 24-26, 2007

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