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LINGUIST List 17.346

Wed Feb 01 2006

Calls: English/Japan;Ling Theories/Germany

Editor for this issue: Kevin Burrows <kevinlinguistlist.org>


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        1.    James D'Angelo, International Association for World Englishes, 12th Conference
        2.    Stefan Evert, Quantitative Investigations in Theoretical Linguistics 2


Message 1: International Association for World Englishes, 12th Conference
Date: 31-Jan-2006
From: James D'Angelo <dangelolets.chukyo-u.ac.jp>
Subject: International Association for World Englishes, 12th Conference



Full Title: International Association for World Englishes, 12th Conference
Short Title: IAWE

Date: 07-Oct-2006 - 09-Oct-2006
Location: Nagoya, Japan
Contact Person: James D'Angelo
Meeting Email: < click here to access email >
Web Site: http://we.lets.chukyo-u.ac.jp/iawe2006

Linguistic Field(s): General Linguistics

Subject Language(s): English

Call Deadline: 31-Mar-2006

Meeting Description:

The world Englishes community will once again be reunited under the rubric, 'Theory and Application, World Englishes in World Contexts.'

We have extended the Call for Papers from the original 1/15/06 date on our homepage to 3/31/06. Please check the website via the IAWE homepage at:
www.iaweworks.com (click on 'conferences')

or access us directly at:
http://we.lets.chukyo-u.ac.jp/iawe2006.

Papers are encouraged on a full range of linguistics issues related to the over-arching theme of world Englishes. Plenary speakers include Dr. Zoya Proshina, Dr. Paul Matsuda, and Dr. Edgar W. Schneider.



Message 2: Quantitative Investigations in Theoretical Linguistics 2
Date: 31-Jan-2006
From: Stefan Evert <stefan.evertuos.de>
Subject: Quantitative Investigations in Theoretical Linguistics 2



Full Title: Quantitative Investigations in Theoretical Linguistics 2
Short Title: QITL-2

Date: 01-Jun-2006 - 02-Jun-2006
Location: Osnabrück, Germany
Contact Person: Stefan Evert
Meeting Email: < click here to access email >
Web Site: http://www.cogsci.uos.de/~qitl/

Linguistic Field(s): Cognitive Science; Computational Linguistics; General Linguistics; Linguistic Theories

Call Deadline: 24-Feb-2006

Meeting Description:

The second conference on Quantitative Investigations in Theoretical Linguistics (QITL-2) will be hosted in June 2006 by the Institute of Cognitive Science, University of Osnabrück, Germany.

Invited speakers: Tom Wasow (Stanford), Suzanne Stevenson (Toronto)

Second Call for Papers:

Quantitative Investigations in Theoretical Linguistics 2 (QITL-2)
1-2 June 2006
Osnabrueck, Germany

http://www.cogsci.uos.de/~qitl/

-- Call deadline: 24 February 2006 --

Invited speakers

Tom Wasow, Stanford
Suzanne Stevenson, Toronto
Burghard Rieger, Trier

Traditionally, theoretical linguistic investigation and quantitative methodologies have been antithetical. But this has been changing rapidly in recent years, with an increasing recognition of the role that quantitative methods can play in the investigation of the structure of the human language faculty. As at the first QITL meeting (Osnabrueck 2002), we would like to bring together researchers from theoretical, computational, quantitative and psycholinguistics who are interested in applying quantitative methods to theoretical issues in language to share their work.

We invite researchers engaged in quantitative investigations of theoretical
linguistic questions to submit abstracts for 30-minute talks (plus 10 minutes of discussion). The focus should be on a question of linguistic interest, which may be approached either from a more theoretical or a more quantitative perspective. Applications in computational linguistics may also be of interest if they lead to or shed light on theoretical questions. Relevant topics include (but are by no means limited to): models of lexical semantic preferences, rule productivity, grammar acquisition, and the issues surrounding the use of the Web as a representative corpus.

Abstracts should be 2-3 pages long, including figures, tables and references (this corresponds to approx. 1000-1500 words). Electronic submission by e-mail to qitluos.de is strongly preferred (PDF, PostScript, RTF).

Important dates:

24 February 2006 - Deadline for abstracts
31 March 2006 - Notification of acceptance
1-2 June 2006 - Conference

Programme Committee:

Harald Baayen, Nijmegen
Marco Baroni, Forli`
Matthew Crocker, Saarbruecken
Walter Daelemans, Antwerp & Tilburg
Anette Frank, DFKI Saarbruecken
Stefan Th. Gries, Santa Barbara
Brigitte Krenn, OFAI Vienna
Jonas Kuhn, Austin & Saarbruecken
Roger Levy, Edinburgh
Anke Luedeling, Berlin
Detmar Meurers, Columbus
Philip Miller, Lille

Organising Committee:

Computational Linguistics Group
(P. Bosch, S. Evert, G. Katz, P. Reuter, B. Schrader, C. Umbach)
Institute of Cognitive Science
University of Osnabrueck

Further information:

More information (including abstracts of talks given at QITL-1) can be found on the conference Web site: http://www.cogsci.uos.de/~qitl/

If you have any questions, please contact Stefan Evert (stefan.evertuos.de).





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