LINGUIST List 17.26|
Tue Jan 10 2006
Calls: Wakashan Ling/Canada;Computational Ling/Norway
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Wakashan Linguistics Conference
2. Jan Tore
EAMT 11th Annual Conference
Message 1: Wakashan Linguistics Conference
From: Adam Werle <werleuvic.ca>
Subject: Wakashan Linguistics Conference
Full Title: Wakashan Linguistics Conference
Short Title: WLC 2
Date: 05-May-2006 - 07-May-2006
Location: Victoria, British Columbia, Canada
Contact Person: Adam Werle
Meeting Email: < click here to access email >
Linguistic Field(s): General Linguistics
Language Family(ies): Wakashan
Call Deadline: 31-Mar-2006
The Wakashan Linguistics Conference promotes the scientific study, teaching, and second language learning of the Wakashan languages: Makah, Ditidaht, Nuuchahnulth, Kwakwala, Oowekyala, Heiltsuk, and Haisla.
Second Wakashan Linguistics Conference call for papers
conference title: WLC 2 / Second Wakashan Linguistics Conference
conference dates: 5-7 May 2006
conference location: University of Victoria (Victoria, BC, Canada)
deadline for preprints papers: 31 March 2006
deadline for notification of presentation: 5 April 2006
organizers: Adam Werle uvic.ca>, Leslie Saxon uvic.ca>
The Linguistics Department at the University of Victoria would like to invite papers for the second Wakashan Linguistics Conference. Papers may be on any aspect of the scientific study, teaching, or second language learning of the Wakashan languages (Makah, Ditidaht, Nuuchahnulth, Kwakwala, Oowekyala, Heiltsuk, and Haisla).
It is expected that presentations at the conference will fall into three general groups: technical linguistics papers, updates of local language programs, and tutorials.
The purpose of tutorial presentations is for language teachers, revitalizers, and linguists to learn from each other by sharing things that are well known to some participants, but not to others. Possible topics for tutorials include successful teaching strategies, opportunities for language research, and applications of linguistics to language teaching.
We would particularly like to present a tutorial consisting of an introduction to and overview of the Wakashan language family. Interested parties please contact one of the organizers.
Papers submitted by 31 March 2006 will be distributed in a preprints volume so that participants can review them before they are presented at the conference. If you cannot or do not wish to submit a paper to the preprints volume, but would still like to present at the conference, please inform the organizers no later than 5 April 2006.
Information on travel, accommodations, and ordering the preprints volume will be circulated in a later message. Thank you,
Adam Werle and Leslie Saxon
University of Victoria
Message 2: EAMT 11th Annual Conference
From: Jan Tore Lønning <j.t.lonningiln.uio.no>
Subject: EAMT 11th Annual Conference
Full Title: EAMT 11th Annual Conference
Date: 19-Jun-2006 - 20-Jun-2006
Location: Oslo, Norway
Contact Person: Jan Tore Lønning
Meeting Email: < click here to access email >
Web Site: http://eamt.emmtee.net
Linguistic Field(s): Computational Linguistics; Translation
Call Deadline: 31-Jan-2006
This meeting is the eleventh in a series of regular events acting as a forum for the exchange of ideas concerning all aspects of Machine Translation and computer-aids/tools for translator. The purpose of the EAMT events is to bring together users, developers and researchers to discuss the latest developments in the field.
We invite submissions as short versions of full papers (6 pages). Submissions should be uploaded before 31st of January 2006 to the conference tool website:
< http://eamt.emmtee.net/submission > in RTF or plain text
All papers will be considered for both the oral and poster sessions.
Notification of acceptance will be made on or before 31st of March 2006, together with any comments from reviewers for revision.
Final versions of papers (maximum 10 pages, DOC, RTF or LaTeX files) should be sent for inclusion in the proceedings before 30th of April.
It is anticipated that papers will be made available in electronic form on the EAMT website after the conference. Electronic versions (PDF or postscript) will be produced by the organizers.
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