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LINGUIST List 17.650

Wed Mar 01 2006

Calls: General Ling/Isreal;Romance Ling/Germany

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


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        1.    Ariel Cohen, 22nd Annual Meeting - Isreal Association for Theoretical Linguistics
        2.    Claus Dieter Pusch, 3rd Freiburg Workshop on Romance Corpus Linguistics: Corpora and Pragmatics


Message 1: 22nd Annual Meeting - Isreal Association for Theoretical Linguistics
Date: 01-Mar-2006
From: Ariel Cohen <arikcbgu.ac.il>
Subject: 22nd Annual Meeting - Isreal Association for Theoretical Linguistics


Full Title: 22nd Annual Meeting - Isreal Association for Theoretical Linguistics
Short Title: IATL 22

Date: 02-Jul-2006 - 03-Jul-2006
Location: Jerusalem, Israel
Contact Person: Ariel Cohen
Meeting Email: arikcbgu.ac.il

Linguistic Field(s): General Linguistics

Call Deadline: 15-Mar-2006

Meeting Description:

THE 22ND ANNUAL MEETING - ISRAEL ASSOCIATION FOR THEORETICAL LINGUISTICS

July 2-3 (Sunday-Monday), 2006
The Hebrew University, Jerusalem

Further information: arikcbgu.ac.il

THE 22ND ANNUAL MEETING - ISRAEL ASSOCIATION FOR THEORETICAL LINGUISTICS
DEADLINE EXTENSION

CALL FOR PAPERS

July 2-3 (Sunday-Monday), 2006
The Hebrew University, Jerusalem

KEYNOTE SPEAKERS:

Adele Goldberg, Princeton
Martin Everaert, OTS

IATL 22, the 22nd annual meeting of the Israel Association for Theoretical
Linguistics, will be held at the Hebrew University, Jerusalem, on July
2-3, 2006. The meeting this year will be celebrating the 80th birthday of our
colleague, Anita Mittwoch, founding member of IATL and past president of the
association. Submissions that relate to her work will be especially welcome.

As part of the tribute to Anita Mittwoch, IATL will be sponsoring, along with
the Israel Science Foundation, a workshop Syntax, Lexicon and Event Structure,
on July 3-6. Speakers at the workshop: Artemis Alexiadou, Hagit Borer, Nomi
Erteschik-Shir, Martin Everaert, Adele Goldberg, Angelika Kratzer, Manfred
Krifka, Julia Horvath, Idan Landau, Fred Landman, Beth Levin, Irit Meir,
Christopher Pinon, Malka Rappaport Hovav, Tova Rapoport, Tanya Reinhart, Betsy
Ritter, Susan Rothstein, Ivy Sichel, Tal Siloni, Melita Stavrou, Alessandro Zucchi

Submissions are invited for papers presenting high quality, previously
unpublished research in all areas of theoretical linguistics (interpreted
broadly to include psycholinguistics and neurolinguistics).

IATL publishes on-line proceedings in which all accepted and alternate
papers appear.

Please send abstracts EITHER by snail-mail OR by e-mail:

SNAIL-MAIL: 7 copies of an anonymous abstract (maximum length 2 pages,
including references) accompanied by a card with author's name,
affiliation, e-/snail-mail, and title of paper to:

Ariel Cohen
Department of Foreign Literatures and Linguistics
Ben-Gurion University of the Negev
Beer Sheva 84105
ISRAEL

E-MAIL: arikc.bgu.ac.il

Anonymous abstract as attachment and subject header ''abstract''. Author
information listed above in body of e-mail. Acceptable formats: PDF
(preferred), RTF, MS Word, PS. File name of attachment must be the same
as the title of the abstract or a shortened version of it. For any unusual
fonts, please attach font file.

NEW DEADLINE (for both snail- and e-mail): March 15TH, 2006. Submissions
received after this date will be returned unopened.

Not more than one single-authored abstract per person, plus one
co-authored abstract.

IMPORTANT DATES:
March 15th, 2006: abstract submission deadline
Late April, 2006: notification of acceptance to authors
July 2-3, 2006: IATL22 conference

Related Events at the University of Haifa:
Meeting of ISCOL, the Israeli Seminar on Computational Linguistics, Thursday
June 29; ISF Workshop on Grammar Engineering, Sunday-Wednesday, June 25-28.
Preliminary websites for the two events are at:
http://cl.haifa.ac.il/iscol06/
http://cl.haifa.ac.il/workshop/

Further information: arikcbgu.ac.il
Message 2: 3rd Freiburg Workshop on Romance Corpus Linguistics: Corpora and Pragmatics
Date: 28-Feb-2006
From: Claus Dieter Pusch <claus.puschromanistik.uni-freiburg.de>
Subject: 3rd Freiburg Workshop on Romance Corpus Linguistics: Corpora and Pragmatics



Full Title: 3rd Freiburg Workshop on Romance Corpus Linguistics: Corpora and
Pragmatics

Date: 14-Sep-2006 - 17-Sep-2006
Location: Freiburg im Breisgau, Germany
Contact Person: Claus D. Pusch
Meeting Email: infocorpora-romanica.net
Web Site: http://www.corpora-romanica.net

Linguistic Field(s): Pragmatics; Text/Corpus Linguistics

Language Family(ies): Romance

Call Deadline: 15-Mar-2006

Meeting Description:

Speech acts and context-bound interaction in the light of corpora and
data-bases: corpus projects and application

3rd Freiburg Workshop on Romance Corpus Linguistics: Corpora and Pragmatics

3rd (and last) Call for Papers

Corpus linguistics as a methodological approach aiming at collecting, marking-up
and documenting real-life language data is confronted with particular challenges
when its products - corpora and linguistic data-bases - are intended to be
useful and usable for pragmatic research issues.

Among the issues that will be dealt with in this workshop are the following:

-which elements of the extra-linguistic context are selected, how are they
encoded, and in which way can they be linked to the verbal data?

-Which types of annotation methods and which technical options of multimediality
and information layering are available in order to document para-linguistic
(mimic or gestural-kinetic) action?

-According to which sociolinguistic or historical parameters are texts and
language data chosen in order to arrive at an adequate corpus-based description
of the synchronic variation and the diachronic dynamism of speech acts,
registers and genres, norms of linguistic behavior, and traditions of speaking?

-To which extent are frequency values and patterns of co-occurrence -
information so easily obtained through computer-aided corpus-based research -
useful for a better understanding of speaking in a context which, according to
its basic conception, is oriented towards individual case studies?

Plenary speakers and participants of round tables:
- Carla Bazzanella (Torino / Italy)
- Fran├žoise Gadet (Paris / France)
- Martin-Dietrich Glessgen (Zurich / Switzerland)
- Christian Mair (Freiburg / Germany)
- Lorenza Mondada (Lyon / France)
- Lene Schoesler (Copenhagen / Denmark)
- Scott Schwenter (Columbus OH / USA)
- Anne-Catherine Simon (Louvain-la-Neuve / Belgium)
- Pascal Vaillant (Schoelcher / Martinique / France)

The workshop will be organized in two panels, for which paper submissions are
hereby invited:

Panel A ''Corpus projects, language data management and analysis tools'': This
panel will be devoted to the presentation of currently on-going or completed
corpus and database projects in the realm of Romance linguistics; the main focus
will be on corpus projects which aim at complementing textual and transcription
data with context information, situational parameters and meta-information on
textual genres and traditions of speaking.

Panel B ''Corpus-based pragmatic studies on Romance languages'': This panel will
focus on contributions based on corpus data and linguistic databases which
comprise specific linguistic facts and phenomena relating to different areas of
pragmatic research (i.e.: organization of utterances and information structure,
discourse markers and strategies of modalization, gender-specific discourse
structures, synchronic variability and diachronic change in the realization of
speech acts etc.).

Papers may be read in German, any Romance language, and English. More
information on how to submit your paper proposal is found on the conference
web-site. Abstract deadline: March 15, 2006. Confirmation of acceptance will be
sent out before April 15, 2006.

Please check the conference web-site for further details on registration and
fees, scientific and social program of the workshop, travel and accommodation.
If you have questions, do not hesitate to contact the conference convenor: Claus
D. Pusch, Albert-Ludwigs-Universitaet, Romanisches Seminar, Werthmannplatz 3,
D-79085 Freiburg im Breisgau, E-mail infocorpora-romanica.net.

This workshop is sponsored by the German Research Council / Deutsche
Forschungsgemeinschaft (DFG).



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