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LINGUIST List 18.131

Sun Jan 14 2007

Calls: Historical Ling, Ling & Lit/USA; General Ling/UK

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


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        1.    Julie Sykes, 11th Annual Graduate Symposium in Romance Studies
        2.    Louisa Sadler, 5th Celtic Linguistics Conference


Message 1: 11th Annual Graduate Symposium in Romance Studies
Date: 11-Jan-2007
From: Julie Sykes <sykes030umn.edu>
Subject: 11th Annual Graduate Symposium in Romance Studies


Full Title: 11th Annual Graduate Symposium in Romance Studies
Short Title: GSRS

Date: 30-Mar-2007 - 31-Mar-2007
Location: Minneapolis, MN, USA
Contact Person: Stephanie Anderson
Meeting Email: umngradsymposium2007gmail.com.
Web Site: http://www.tc.umn.edu/~agsrs/

Linguistic Field(s): Historical Linguistics; Ling & Literature; Sociolinguistics

Subject Language(s): French (fra)
Italian (ita)
Portuguese (por)
Spanish (spa)

Language Family(ies): Romance

Call Deadline: 31-Jan-2007

Meeting Description:

Bodies in Motion, Languages in Motion:
An Interdisciplinary Forum

A graduate symposium co-sponsored by the Department of French & Italian and the
Department of Spanish & Portuguese at the University of Minnesota-Twin Cities.

This symposium will explore how different fields of study are integrated to shed
new light upon various aspects and components of bodies and languages in motion.
This year's plenary speaker will be acclaimed sociologist John O'Neill from York
University-Toronto.

We welcome proposals for 20-minute presentations in English that integrate
literature, linguistics and cultural studies with the following themes and
topics:
- Modern and Contemporary Bodies: the diasporic body, the racialized body, the
modified body.
- Resisting Bodies: the martyred body, the tortured body.
- Protean Bodies: the hermaphroditic and other versatile bodies; the gendered
consequences of mind/body interaction.
- Creative Bodies: performance, film, music and other aesthetic experiences.
- Expressive Bodies: languages in contact, language variation and change.
The list suggests a wide array of topics, however, it is not meant to be
exhaustive nor limiting in its scope. Submissions from all disciplines and time
periods are encouraged. Abstracts submitted should be in English and of no more
than 300 words accompanied by the title of the paper, name, academic
affiliation, email address and any other relevant contact information. Abstracts
must be sent via email to: umngradsymposium2007gmail.com.


Deadline for submission: January 31st, 2007
Message 2: 5th Celtic Linguistics Conference
Date: 11-Jan-2007
From: Louisa Sadler <louisaessex.ac.uk>
Subject: 5th Celtic Linguistics Conference



Full Title: 5th Celtic Linguistics Conference
Short Title: CLC5

Date: 07-Sep-2007 - 09-Sep-2007
Location: Plas Gregynog, Powys, Wales, United Kingdom
Contact Person: Louisa Sadler
Meeting Email: louisaessex.ac.uk
Web Site: http://privatewww.essex.ac.uk/~louisa/celtic/clc5/clc5.html

Linguistic Field(s): General Linguistics

Language Family(ies): Insular Celtic

Call Deadline: 02-Apr-2007

Meeting Description:

The Fifth Celtic Linguistics Conference will take place at the conference centre
of the University of Wales, Plas Gregynog, Newtown, Powys, Wales, from 7th to
9th Sepatember 2007. The conference welcomes papers focussing on any area of the
linguistics of the Celtic languages.

The Fifth Celtic Linguistics Conference will take place 7-9th
September 2007 at the University of Wales Conference Centre, Plas Gregynog,
Newtown, Powys, Wales.

Abstracts are solicited for 30 minute presentations (followed by 10 minutes of
discussion) in any area of Celtic linguistics.

Contributions are welcomed from all areas of the field from theoretical, formal
or computational approaches through to descriptive, historical and applied work.
Presentations should describe original, unpublished work and may focus on
completed research or work in progress. The invited speakers at the conference
are Jim McCloskey (UCSC), Tonio Green (Potsdam) and Virginia Gathercole (Bangor).

Submission Specifications:

Abstracts can be up to two A4 pages in 11pt or larger type and should include a
title. Omit name and affiliation, and obvious self-reference.

Submissions should be sent by email as pdf or ps files and should consist of:

(1) An anonymous abstract without name, institutional
affiliation or obvious self-reference, up to 2 A4 pages in 11pt or larger.

(2) A version of the abstract with name and affiliation

(3) a separate information page in plain text format, containing
- author name(s), affiliation(s),
- e-mail and postal address(es) and
- title of paper

Submissions should be sent as email attachments (3 separate pdf or ps files) to
louisaessex.ac.uk with clc5 in the subject field.

All abstracts will be reviewed by at least three people.



TIMETABLE

Deadline for abstracts: 2 April 2007
Acceptances sent out: 2 May 2007

Conference: September 7-9 2007




PROGRAM COMMITTEE:

Bob Borsley (University of Essex)
S. J. Hannahs (University of Newcastle)
Bob Morris Jones (University of Wales, Aberystwyth)
Louisa Sadler (University of Essex)
Maggie Tallerman (University of Newcastle)
David Willis (University of Cambridge)


INFORMATION about the conference venue, accommodation and registration
details, are available on the conference website:
http://privatewww.essex.ac.uk/~louisa/celtic/clc5/clc5.html

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