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LINGUIST List 18.3886

Thu Dec 27 2007

Calls: General Linguistics/France

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        1.    Paul Isambert, 11th Young Researchers' Meeting

Message 1: 11th Young Researchers' Meeting
Date: 23-Dec-2007
From: Paul Isambert <zappathustrafree.fr>
Subject: 11th Young Researchers' Meeting
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Full Title: 11th Young Researchers' Meeting
Short Title: RJC - ED 268

Date: 30-May-2008 - 31-May-2008
Location: Paris, France
Contact Person: Paul Isambert
Meeting Email: < click here to access email >
Web Site: http://www.geocities.com/rjced268

Call Deadline: 04-Jan-2008

Meeting Description:

11th 'Rencontres Jeunes Chercheurs' (Young Researchers' Meeting) will be held at Paris, May 30-31 2008. Graduate students, PhD students and young doctors are invited to participate. This year's topic is 'Research Objects, Tools and Concepts'.

Université Paris III - La Sorbonne Nouvelle
Ecole Doctorale 268 ''Langage et langues: description, théorisation, transmission''

Rencontres Jeunes Chercheurs
11th Edition
30-31 of May 2008


Research Objects, Tools and Concepts

The ''Rencontres des Jeunes Chercheurs 2008'' conference invites young researchers to discuss their theoretical frameworks and methodological approaches in all fields of linguistics or text studies.
Different types of study may be proposed: case-studies, comparative or diachronic studies, descriptions of methodological designs, use of a given tool or concept, or historical linguistics.
The following topics may be explored (the list being non-exhaustive):
- How does one construct a research object?
- What are the appropriate (theoretical or methodological) tools for a given object?
- How does one constitute a corpus as a function of his/hers (one = singular) research object?
- What are the implications of a multiperspective/multidisciplinary approach for one research object?
- In which way do the research object and the methodology mutually shape each other?

A poster session is also proposed for candidates wishing to discuss other topics in linguistics.

Invited Speakers

Christian Puech
Anne Salazar-Orvig

Important Dates and Deadline:

-14 of January 2008: Deadline for Submission
-mid March 2008: Notification of Acceptance
-30-31 of May 2008: RJC ED 268

Abstracts must be typed using font Times New Roman 12, single-spaced. They should not exceed 1000 words (references included) for oral communications and 500 words (references included) for poster proposals. If a phonetic font is needed, candidates will use the SILDoulos font, to be downloaded at http://www.sil.org/computing/catalog/show_software.asp?id=91.
Abstracts will be sent to the organising committee via e-mail at the following address: rjced268yahoo.fr
Two versions of the abstract in .rtf format are asked: the first version will be named ''anon_surname-of-author_rjc2008.rtf'' (for example ''anon_SMITH_rjc2008.rtf''), and will contain: Title of paper
5 key-words
Research field

The second version will be named ''surname-of-author_rjc2008.rtf'' (for example ''SMITH_rjc2008.rtf''), and will contain the previous elements, plus:
Candidate's details (surname, first name, e-mail address/postal address)
Candidate's University/Laboratory/Research group and degree (PhD students, please specify year) Name of supervisor(s)

Oral communications and posters will be either in French or in English. Oral communications will last no longer than 20 minutes; followed by a 5 minute discussion.

Conference website: http://rjced268.c.la/

Scientific Committee:
Nalini Balbir, Jean-Claude Beacco, Sonia Branca, Maria Candea, Francine Cicurel, Françoise Demaizière, Karen Ferret, Cécile Fougeron, Cédric Gendrot, Kim Gerdes, Luca Greco, Marie-Christine Lala, Pierre Le Goffic, Jean-Léo Léonard, Danièle Manesse, Sophie Moirand, Jean-Paul Narcy-Combes, Christian Puech, Sandrine Reboul-Touré, Georges Rebuschi, Annie Rialland, Rachid Ridouane, Anne Salazar-Orvig, André Salem Pollet Samvelian, Jacqueline Vaissière, Daniel Véronique, Martine Vertalier, Geneviève Zarate.

Organising Committee:
José Aguilar, Cédric Becquey, Pascale Brunner, Iran Farkhondeh, Gwendoline Fox, Yekaterina García Márkina, Julien Heurdier, Ludovic Ibarrondo, Paul Isambert, Luiza Maxim, Catherine Muller, Elodie Oursel, Brice Vincent, Lucille Wallet.

E-mail address: rjced268yahoo.fr

Postal Address:
ILPGA, RJC 2007,
19, rue des Bernardins,
75005 Paris

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