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LINGUIST List 18.890

Fri Mar 23 2007

Calls: Anthropological Ling,Gen Ling,Socioling/China; Gen Ling/UK

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        1.    Daming Xu, Language, Urbanization, and Ethnic Identities
        2.    Miltiadis Kokkonidis, The Second Oxford Linguistics Postgraduate Conference


Message 1: Language, Urbanization, and Ethnic Identities
Date: 23-Mar-2007
From: Daming Xu <xudamingnju.edu.cn>
Subject: Language, Urbanization, and Ethnic Identities


Full Title: Language, Urbanization, and Ethnic Identities
Short Title: LUEI-ICAES2008

Date: 16-Jul-2008 - 18-Jul-2008
Location: Kunming, China
Contact Person: Daming Xu
Meeting Email: xudamingnju.edu.cn
Web Site: http://www.iccsl3.com

Linguistic Field(s): Anthropological Linguistics; General Linguistics;
Sociolinguistics

Call Deadline: 15-Apr-2007

Meeting Description:
The colloquium is to discuss issues of language and ethnic identities in the
contexts of globalization and urbanization. In the world today we see sweeping
trends of industrialization and urbanization of unprecedented scales. These
bring in tremendous amounts of population movement, ethnic contact and mixture,
and cross-cultural communication, and with all their concatenated problems. A
recently-developed field of research, Urban Language Survey, as is called
sometimes, is a cross-disciplinary attempt to address the relevant issues, with
a focus on the roles of language in the dynamic process of urbanization.
Progress has been made in areas such as typological studies of urban and rural
language situations, the formation process of urban speech communities, migrant
speech communities, communication problems in urban encounters, etc. These areas
of study have attracted researchers of different disciplines from various parts
of the world. The researchers address questions of general linguistics and
sociolinguistics, while keeping a practical interest in upholding cultural
diversity and ethnic harmony.
The colloquium is part of ICAES16.

Abstracts are invited for 20-minute talks (followed by 10 minutes for questions)
addressing any topic in the area of ''Language, Urbanization, and Cultural
Diversity.'' Related issues are also welcome.

Submission Guidelines:
-- Abstracts (and talks) may be in English or Chinese.
-- Authors may submit only one abstract for the Conference.
-- Send one copy of a one page abstract for review.
-- Abstract may be submitted only by E-mail. (Please submit the abstract as an
attachment. Use WORD format, Times New Roman Font, 12-point font size. In the
body of your E-mail include the following information: title of paper, name,
academic affiliation, address, E-mail, phone and fax number.)
-- Deadline: All submissions must be received by April 15, 2007.

Send submissions to:
Yang Yuguo: gxyyg163.com
Wang Ling: njsabrina163.com

For further information, please visit:
http://www.iccsl3.com
Message 2: The Second Oxford Linguistics Postgraduate Conference
Date: 22-Mar-2007
From: Miltiadis Kokkonidis <miltiadis.kokkonidisclg.ox.ac.uk>
Subject: The Second Oxford Linguistics Postgraduate Conference



Full Title: The Second Oxford Linguistics Postgraduate Conference
Short Title: LingO 2007

Date: 21-Sep-2007 - 22-Sep-2007
Location: Oxford, United Kingdom
Contact Person: Miltiadis Kokkonidis
Meeting Email: miltiadis.kokkonidisclg.ox.ac.uk
Web Site: http://www.ling-phil.ox.ac.uk/events/lingo/

Linguistic Field(s): General Linguistics

Call Deadline: 14-May-2007


Meeting Description:

LingO 2007 - The Second Oxford Linguistics Postgraduate Conference
St. Anne's College, University of Oxford
21 - 22 September 2007

First Call for Papers

We are pleased to announce that LingO 2007, the second Oxford Linguistics
Postgraduate Conference, will take place at St. Anne's College, University of
Oxford, on 21 - 22 September 2007. The aim of the conference is to provide
postgraduates with an opportunity to present their research to peers and the
wider academic community.

Authors are invited to submit abstracts for talks or poster presentations.
Abstracts are invited from any linguistic subfield, especially the fields of
phonetics, phonology, morphology, syntax, semantics, pragmatics,
sociolinguistics, psycholinguistics, and computational linguistics.

Talks will be allotted 20 minutes for presentation and 10 minutes for
discussion. Authors presenting posters will have an opportunity to do so during
the poster session on the second day of the conference. Authors will also be
invited to submit an 8-page paper for publication in our online conference
proceedings.


Important Dates:

Submission deadline: 14 May 2007
Notification of acceptance: 2 July 2007
Early registration deadline: 9 July 2007
Registration deadline: 20 August 2007
Conference: 21-22 September 2007


Invited Speakers:

We are pleased to announce our keynote speakers,
Prof. David Crystal (UWB) and Prof. Kim Plunkett (Oxford).


Abstract Submission:

Abstracts must be anonymous and not longer than one page (approx. 300 words
excluding references). For detailed formatting and submission instructions
please consult our guidelines:
http://www.ling-phil.ox.ac.uk/events/lingo/submission.htm


Contact Details:

For any queries you are welcome to email the appropriate member of the
organising committee. Please consult
http://www.ling-phil.ox.ac.uk/events/lingo/contactus.htm

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