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LINGUIST List 17.2470

Sat Sep 02 2006

Calls: General Ling/USA; General Ling/USA

Editor for this issue: Dan Parker <danlinguistlist.org>


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        1.    Charles Häberl, The North American Conference on Afroasiatic Linguistics
        2.    Leeman Jennifer, Spanish in the U.S. & Spanish in Contact with Other Languages


Message 1: The North American Conference on Afroasiatic Linguistics
Date: 01-Sep-2006
From: Charles Häberl <afroasiaticgmail.com>
Subject: The North American Conference on Afroasiatic Linguistics


Full Title: The North American Conference on Afroasiatic Linguistics
Short Title: NACAL

Date: 16-Mar-2007 - 18-Mar-2007
Location: San Antonio, Texas, USA
Contact Person: Charles Häberl
Meeting Email: afroasiaticgmail.com
Web Site: http://www.nacal.org

Linguistic Field(s): General Linguistics

Language Family(ies): Afroasiatic

Call Deadline: 01-Dec-2006

Meeting Description:

The North American Conference on Afroasiatic Linguistics (NACAL)
provides scholars from North America and around the world with a venue
to discuss the Afroasiatic language phylum. Now in its 35th year, NACAL
has held annual meetings since 1973. Meetings are held in tandem with
the annual meeting of the American Oriental Society, which shares a joint
session with NACAL. Previous meetings have been held in Ann Arbor,
Austin, Baltimore, Boston, Cambridge, Chicago, Los Angeles, Nashville,
New Haven, San Diego, Seattle, Toronto, and several other cities in the
United States and Canada.

Papers are solicited for the 35th annual meeting of the North American
Conference on Afroasiatic Linguistics (NACAL 35), which will be held in
San Antonio, Texas, USA from March 16-18, 2006 (Friday-Sunday).

Papers on linguistic topics relevant to the languages of the Afroasiatic
phylum (Chadic, Berber, Cushitic, Omotic, Egyptian, Semitic) are
requested. While all topics relating to aspects of Afroasiatic languages will
be considered, including phonology, grammar, syntax, synchrony,
diachrony, sociolinguistics, and epigraphy, the 35th meeting will be
dedicated to the memory of Robert Hetzron (1937-1997). The organizer
strongly urges prospective participants to consider submitting papers
related to Hetzron's interests, including:

- Comparative Studies,
- Semantic Analysis,
- Theoretical Aspects of Grammar,
- Translation Studies,
- Textual Analysis.

These topics should be considered as general guidelines and are not
intended to be exclusive. No original paper will be rejected on account of
its subject, so long as it relates to the languages of the Afroasiatic phylum
and it meets the standards established by previous conferences.

Abstracts describing the precise topic treated with a length of
approximately 200-300 words can be sent as an electronic version (pdf or
word document) or as a paper copy to the addresses specified on the
registration page. The deadline for submission is December 1st, 2006. For
more information, please visit our website at www.nacal.org.

Please feel free to distribute this announcement widely.

Charles G. Häberl, PhD
Convener, NACAL 35 (2007)
Center for Middle Eastern Studies
Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey
Lucy Stone Hall, Room B-316, 54 Joyce Kilmer Avenue
Piscataway, New Jersey, USA 08854-8045
Message 2: Spanish in the U.S. & Spanish in Contact with Other Languages
Date: 01-Sep-2006
From: Leeman Jennifer <jleemangmu.edu>
Subject: Spanish in the U.S. & Spanish in Contact with Other Languages



Full Title: Spanish in the U.S. & Spanish in Contact with Other Languages

Date: 15-Mar-2007 - 18-Mar-2007
Location: Arlington, VA, USA
Contact Person: Jennifer Leeman
Meeting Email: 2007SpanishintheUS.org
Web Site: http://spanishintheus.org

Linguistic Field(s): General Linguistics

Subject Language(s): Spanish (spa)

Call Deadline: 15-Sep-2006

Meeting Description:

Founded in 1980, the Spanish in the US Conference brings together
researchers from various disciplines - such as linguistics, sociology,
anthropology, education, and legal studies - investigating a wide range of
topics related to Spanish and Spanish-speaking communities in the United
States. Since 1991, the Spanish in the US Conference has been held in
conjunction with the Spanish in Contact with Other Languages Conference,
allowing productive connections between researchers focusing on the US
context and researchers investigating the entire Spanish-speaking world.
In recent years, interest and participation have increased dramatically,
thanks to both the growing public and scholarly recognition of Spanish-
speaking communities in the United States.

Plenary speakers:
Carol Klee, University of Minnesota
Luis Moll, University of Arizona
Rachel Moran, University of California-Berkeley
Alejandro Portes, Princeton University

Roundtables:
In addition to plenary addresses and individual papers, the 2007
conference will host two special roundtables designed to encourage
interaction between academic researchers and professionals working
outside of academia:
- Spanish and the media, organized by María Carreira (California State
University-Long Beach).
- Educational policies and practices affecting Spanish in the US, organized
by Ana Roca (Florida International University).

Spanish in the U.S. & Spanish in Contact with Other Languages

Abstract submissions are invited for papers on original, unpublished
research on any area related to Spanish in the United States or Spanish in
contact with other languages including but not limited to the following:
bilingualism, educational policies and practices, formal aspects of US
Spanish, heritage language learning and teaching, language and identity,
language and the law, language change, language contact, language
ideologies, language in politics and politics of language, language
maintenance, language planning, language policy, language rights,
linguistic variation, mass media and Spanish, Spanish in the professions,
and Spanish and the economy.

Papers may be given in Spanish or English, with papers in Spanish
especially encouraged. Papers will be 20 minutes long followed by a 10
minute question period. Authors may submit a total of two abstracts, one
individual and one joint. The publication of a volume of selected papers is
planned.

Abstract format and submission instructions
Electronic submissions are strongly preferred. Abstract may be submitted
in either Spanish or English, and should be sent as Rich Text Format
(RTF) documents.

On the first page please include the following:
- Paper title,
- Name, academic affiliation, mailing address, phone and fax numbers, and
e-mail address of each author,
- Conference for which the paper is intended (''Spanish in the United
States'' or ''Spanish in Contact''),
- Three keywords,
- A 50-75 word abstract to be included in the conference program if
submission is accepted.

On a separate page please include the following:
-Papers title,
- A325-word anonymous abstract,
- Word count (not including references),
- Full references.

Submit abstracts as a single email attachment (NOT in the body of the
email) to 2007SpanishintheUS.org.

Acknowledgment of receipt of the abstract will be sent by e-mail as soon as
possible. Notice of acceptance or rejection will be sent to first authors by
October 31, 2006.

While electronic submissions are strongly preferred, you may mail hard
copy submission to:

Spanish in the US/Spanish in contact
Jiménez Hall 2202
Department of Spanish and Portuguese/SLLC
University of Maryland
College Park, MD 20742

All abstracts must be received by September 15, 2006.



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