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LINGUIST List 18.3664

Fri Dec 07 2007

Calls: General Ling,Translation/Canada; Neuroling/Sweden

Editor for this issue: Ania Kubisz <anialinguistlist.org>


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        1.    Madeleine Stratford, Les journées de linguistique
        2.    Merle Horne, Brain Talk. Discourse with and in the Brain


Message 1: Les journées de linguistique
Date: 07-Dec-2007
From: Madeleine Stratford <aedillasso.ulaval.ca>
Subject: Les journées de linguistique
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Full Title: Les journées de linguistique
Short Title: JDL

Date: 28-Mar-2008 - 29-Mar-2008
Location: Quebec City, Quebec, Canada
Contact Person: Nahed Nadia Noureddine
Meeting Email: jdllli.ulaval.ca
Web Site: http://www.lli.ulaval.ca/JDL.html

Linguistic Field(s): General Linguistics; Translation

Call Deadline: 28-Jan-2008

Meeting Description:
Laval University proudly presents the 22nd Journées de linguistique (JDL), an
international, multidisciplinary student conference organised by the Association
of Graduate Students Enrolled in Languages and Linguistics (AEDILL). The Journées
de linguistique will be held on March 28th and 29th, 2008.

For the past 21 years, the JDL has given Canadian and International graduate and
post-graduate students an opportunity to both present and publish the results of
their research in all fields of linguistics. Humanities students whose research
focuses on any aspect of language are therefore invited to present their work.

Anyone interested in presenting a paper is encouraged to submit his or her
proposal before January 28th, 2008. Duration of presentations will be 20
minutes, followed by a 10 minute question period. Both the abstract and
presentation may be submitted in French, English or Spanish. Participants must
fill out the form entitled Formulaire d'inscription. A review committee will
examine presentation proposals. Please include a $15 check payable in Canadian
funds to the Journées de linguistique to cover registration and administration fees.

Following the conference, participants will be invited to submit an article for
publication in the conference proceedings.

Instructions:
- Send the form entitled Formulaire d'inscription along with two printed copies
of a 250 word abstract to the postal address below.
The form is available online on the JDL website: http://www.lli.ulaval.ca/JDL.html
- Please also send your submission by email to the following address:
jdllli.ulaval.ca
- Include a $15 check payable in Canadian funds to the Journées de linguistique
(Foreign participants may pay their registration fees on site).

JDL/CIRAL
Pavillon De-Koninck, Local 2253
Université Laval
Québec, QC, G1K 7P4
Canada

Fax: (418) 656-7144
Message 2: Brain Talk. Discourse with and in the Brain
Date: 07-Dec-2007
From: Merle Horne <brain_talk2008ling.lu.se>
Subject: Brain Talk. Discourse with and in the Brain
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Full Title: Brain Talk. Discourse with and in the Brain

Date: 02-Jun-2008 - 03-Jun-2008
Location: Lund, Sweden
Contact Person: Merle Horne
Meeting Email: brain_talk2008ling.lu.se
Web Site: http://conference.sol.lu.se/BrainTalk/

Linguistic Field(s): Neurolinguistics

Call Deadline: 15-Jan-2008

Meeting Description:
The conference will focus on the impact of the context on the neurophysiological
processing of speech and language in various communicative situations. The
conference organizers welcome contributions involving interdisciplinary
approaches, with investigations from areas including linguistics, phonetics,
psychology, cognitive science, neuroscience, and speech pathology.

3rd Call for Papers: ''Brain Talk. Discourse with and in the Brain''
The organisers of ''Brain Talk'' cordially invite researchers working in the
interdisciplinary area of language processing in the brain to submit abstracts
for conference presentations.

Extended Call Deadline: 15-Jan-2008

The conference will focus on the impact of the context on the neurophysiological
processing of speech and language in various communicative situations. The
conference organizers welcome contributions involving interdisciplinary
approaches, with investigations from areas including linguistics, phonetics,
psychology, cognitive science, neuroscience, and speech pathology.

Invited Speakers:
Jos J. A. van Berkum, Max Planck Institute, Nijmegen
Mireille Besson, CNRS, Marseille
Christine Camblin, California State U., Monterey Bay
Kenneth Hugdahl, University of Bergen
Francisco Lacerda, Stockholm University
Kerry Ledoux, John Hopkins University, Baltimore
Inger Moen, Oslo University
Ann Pannekamp, Max Planck Institute, Leipzig
Friedemann Pulvermüller, University of Cambridge
Douglas Saddy, University of Reading
Tamara Swaab, University of California, Davis
Ulrike Toepel, Centre Hospitalier Universitaire Vaudois, Lausanne

Deadline: Deadline for submission of abstracts (500 words maximum) is January
15, 2008.

Contact/Abstract Submission: brain_talk2008ling.lu.se

Participation: Participation is free of charge.

Host University: Lund University, founded in 1666, is today the largest unit for
research and higher education in Sweden. Lund is located in southern Sweden and
is easily reached by train/car from Copenhagen airport (Kastrup).

Welcome to Lund, 2-3 June 2008!

Organizing Committee:
Lund University: Merle Horne, Magnus Lindgren, Mikael Roll;
Newcastle University: Kai Alter;
University of Oslo: Janne von Koss Torkildsen





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