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LINGUIST List 18.544

Mon Feb 19 2007

Calls: General Ling/Austria;Comp Ling,Gen Ling,Syntax/USA

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        1.    Julia Kuhn, Language and the Economy
        2.    Stefan Müller, 14th International Conference on HPSG


Message 1: Language and the Economy
Date: 19-Feb-2007
From: Julia Kuhn <julia.kuhnwu-wien.ac.at>
Subject: Language and the Economy


Full Title: Language and the Economy
Short Title: Session 30th. DRT

Date: 23-Sep-2007 - 27-Sep-2007
Location: Vienna, Austria
Contact Person: Julia Kuhn
Meeting Email: wu-rom07wu-wien.ac.at
Web Site: http://www.romanistentag.de/030_sektionen.htm

Linguistic Field(s): General Linguistics

Call Deadline: 28-Feb-2007

Meeting Description:

In this session we want to discuss different types of relations between business
and (romance) languages.

''Language and the Economy'', Session at the ''XXX. Deutscher Romanistentag'',
23th -27th September 2007 (http://www.romanistentag.de/), Vienna, Austria

This section is open to a wide range of research areas such as the following:

Analyses of the language applied in (the context of) business, such as studies
on the terminology used in business texts, from a morphological, lexicological,
and syntactic point of view.

The study of onomastics in business: the names of products or enterprises and
their effects on consumer behaviour.

Analyses with respect to the way external and internal communication of
enterprises work: descriptive studies as well as discourse analytical studies
detecting phenomena like discrimination, racism or the implicit expression of
power structures.

Studies showing the importance of (foreign) language(s) in business from both
the business people's and language learners' perspective.

Besides these suggested areas other fields of research on language in business
are welcome.

Please send your abstract (250 words) to the following e-mail address
(by February 28th): wu-rom07wu-wien.ac.at.

This session is jointly organised by
ao. Univ. Prof. Dr. Julia Kuhn,
Univ. Prof. Dr. Martin Stegu,
Univ. Ass. Dr. Holger Wochele,

Institute for Romance Languages,
Vienna University of Economics and Business Administration
Nordbergstr. 15,
1090 Vienna,
Austria
Message 2: 14th International Conference on HPSG
Date: 17-Feb-2007
From: Stefan Müller <Stefan.Muellercl.uni-bremen.de>
Subject: 14th International Conference on HPSG



Full Title: 14th International Conference on HPSG
Short Title: HPSG 2007

Date: 20-Jul-2007 - 22-Jul-2007
Location: Stanford, CA, USA
Contact Person: Stefan Müller
Meeting Email: Stefan.Muellercl.uni-bremen.de
Web Site: http://hpsg.stanford.edu/HPSG07/

Linguistic Field(s): Computational Linguistics; General Linguistics; Syntax

Call Deadline: 01-Mar-2007

Meeting Description:

This conference addresses linguistic, foundational, or computational
issues relating to the framework of Head-Driven Phrase Structure
Grammar.

The conference is combined with a workshop on Constructions and
Grammatical Theory.

Due to some confusion about the deadlines of the HPSG conference and the
associated workshop on Constructions, we decided to have a uniform deadline for
both events. The new deadline is 1st March 2007. Please find all the details at:
http://hpsg.stanford.edu/HPSG07/

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