LINGUIST List 19.1837|
Mon Jun 09 2008
Calls: General Linguistics/Portugal; General Linguistics/Estonia
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1. Associação Portuguesa de Linguística
XXIV Encontro Nacional da APL
12th International Conference on Minority Languages
Message 1: XXIV Encontro Nacional da APL
From: Associação Portuguesa de Linguística APL <mailapl.org.pt>
Subject: XXIV Encontro Nacional da APL
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Full Title: XXIV Encontro Nacional da APL
Date: 20-Nov-2008 - 22-Nov-2008
Location: Braga, Portugal
Contact Person: João Costa
Meeting Email: jcostafcsh.unl.pt
Web Site: http://www.apl.org.pt
Linguistic Field(s): General Linguistics
Call Deadline: 15-Jun-2008
Annual meeting of the Portuguese Linguistics Society, at University of Minho, Braga.
20-22 November 2008
José Morais (Université Libre de Bruxelles)
Fátima Oliveira (Universidade do Porto)
Realiza-se, nos dias 20, 21 e 22 de Novembro de 2008, na Universidade do Minho,
em Braga, o XXIV Encontro Nacional da Associação Portuguesa de Linguística. São
aceites resumos em todas as áreas da linguística.
Call for Papers
Abstracts must not exceed two A4 pages (1cm margins, Times New Roman 12),
including bibliography and examples. Abstracts must be sent in word or pdf to
Abstracts must be sent in two files: one anonymous and one with the
identification of the author(s) and affiliation.
The subject of the message must indicate: "Envio de resumo"
The body of the message must include:
i) title of the abstract;
ii) the name(s) of the author(s);
iii) the institution of the author(s);
iv) email address and address of the author(s);
Os resumos não devem exceder duas páginas A4 (margens de 1cm, letra Times New
Roman 12), incluindo bibliografia e exemplos, e devem ser enviados em ficheiro
word ou pdf para o endereço de email mailapl.org.pt.
Os resumos devem ser enviados em dois ficheiros: um anónimo e outro com a
identificação do(s) autor(es) e com a instituição a que pertence(m).
O assunto da mensagem de email deve indicar: "Envio de resumo"
No corpo da mensagem, deve estar indicado:
i) o título do resumo;
ii) o(s) nome(s) do(s) autor(es);
iii) a instituição do(s) autor(es);
iv) o endereço electrónico e a morada do(s) autor(es);
v) a área da linguística em que se inscreve o resumo.
O prazo para envio de resumos para este encontro é o dia 15 de Junho de 2008.
Message 2: 12th International Conference on Minority Languages
From: Mari Mets <mari.metsut.ee>
Subject: 12th International Conference on Minority Languages
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Full Title: 12th International Conference on Minority Languages
Short Title: ICML XII
Date: 28-May-2009 - 30-May-2009
Location: Tartu, Estonia
Contact Person: Mari Mets
Meeting Email: icmllists.ut.ee
Web Site: http://www.icml.ut.ee
Linguistic Field(s): General Linguistics
Call Deadline: 01-Oct-2009
The University of Tartu and partners are pleased to announce the 12th
International Conference on Minority Languages (ICML XII) which will be held in
Tartu, Estonia, 28-30 May 2009.
Call for Papers
Conference theme: Language revitalisation and new technologies
The ICML conference in Tartu will focus on the study of autochthonous minority
communities and their language use. New perspectives have emerged for the
revitalisation of lesser-used languages due to modern technological development.
However, new educational and communicational technologies and tools have not
been fully applied in the development of minority communities and their
languages. This conference will provide an academic opportunity to discuss which
barriers need to be overcome, myths to be broken, processes to be followed and
changes to be undertaken.
Background and goals:
Given their colonial past and often-shifted state borders, but also today's
multimodal media and fluid identities, scholarly attention to autochthonous
languages always confronts a number of problems.
What are the consequences of standardisation?
How are the issues of language ownership reflected in schooling?
Do multiple identities and languages visualised into landscapes add to
What is the role of primary socialisation in language maintenance?
Does the way researchers or planners name languages decide their very existence?
Have minority communities and their languages benefited from the World Wide Web?
ICML XII aims to search for answers to these questions and to reconsider some
theoretical orthodoxies. Furthermore, we hope to hear from the experience of
such communities who have taken advantage of technological innovations.
Main themes for paper and poster presentations:
- Notions: autochthonous language, minority and/or regional language (RML).
- Revitalisation and maintenance of RML: case studies of actual practice.
- New technologies and methods for revitalisation and maintenance of RML.
- Language policies and language planning concerning autochthonous languages.
- Language acquisition and education in RML: home, pre-school, school.
Experiences of bilingual education. New technologies and methods.
- Literature, theatre and music as tools for language revitalisation and
- Any topic concerning autochthonous RML's in the Baltic region.
- Contact-induced change in minority languages.
Uldis Ozolins (La Trobe University)
Sarah Thomason (University of Michigan)
Anna Verschik (Tallinn University)
Richard Villems (Estonian Academy of Sciences)
Location of the conference:
This conference will be the first ICML conference to be held in the region. The
historical towns of Tartu and Võru are located in the South-East of Estonia.
Tartu is often considered the intellectual and cultural hub of Estonia,
especially since it is home to the oldest and most renowned university in
Estonia. Võru is the capital of Võru County and the centre of the historical
Võru Parish. Both these towns are known as the centres where the South Estonian
literary language was used from the 17th to the early 20th century. Today, the
South Estonian Võro language is mainly spoken only in the areas of the
historical Võru Parish.
Proposals regarding original and previously unpublished research on minority
languages are invited in three formats: colloquia, individual papers and
posters. Proposals should fall broadly within the conference theme.
Proposals for colloquia:
Colloquia are collections of paper presentations that relate to a narrowly
defined topic of interest, and are offered in a three-hour time block. Proposals
for colloquia are limited to 700 words, and should include brief summaries of
each of the papers to be included, along with paper titles and individual
authors' names. Sufficient detail should be provided to allow peer reviewers to
judge the scientific merit of the proposal. The person submitting a proposal for
a colloquium is responsible for securing the permission and co-operation of all
participants before the proposal is submitted. A chair for the session must also
be identified. Although the proposals should be submitted in English, the
language of the colloquia may be chosen freely.
The submission deadline for proposals for colloquia is October 1, 2008.
Submissions should be sent to icmllists.ut.ee.
Proposals for individual papers or posters:
Please submit by e-mail a one-page (500-word) abstract of your paper or poster,
including your name, affiliation, address, phone and e-mail address at the end
of your abstract. The abstract should include enough detail to allow reviewers
to judge the scientific merits of the proposal. All abstracts will be reviewed
anonymously by the members of the Scientific Committee of ICML XII. We kindly
ask you to attach to your abstract a short presentation of your professional
activities (in third person singular form) in maximally 150 words.
We will accept for presentation by each author: (a) a maximum of one first
authored paper/poster and (b) a maximum of two papers/posters in any authorship
status. At the time of submission you will be asked whether you would like your
abstract to be considered for a poster, a paper or both.
Oral papers will be allotted 30 minutes, allowing 20 minutes for presentation
and 10 minutes for questions. Posters will be on display for a full day with two
attended sessions during the day. The official language of the conference is
English. The submission deadline for proposals for individual papers and posters
is November 1, 2008. Submissions should be sent to icmllists.ut.ee.
Acknowledgment of receipt of the abstract will be sent by e-mail as soon as
possible after the receipt. You will receive notification of acceptance no later
than December 20, 2008.
University of Tartu (http://www.ut.ee)
Võro Institute (http://www.wi.ee)
Tallinn University (http://www.tlu.ee)
Institute of the Estonian Language (http://www.eki.ee)
Estonian Bureau of Lesser Used Languages (http://www.estblul.ee)
Estonian Ministry of Education and Research (http://www.hm.ee)
Reili Argus - Tallinn University
Andres Heinapuu - Estonian Bureau of Lesser Used Languages
Kadri Koreinik - Võro Institute
Mari Mets - University of Tartu
Sven-Erik Soosaar - Institute of the Estonian Language
Tõnu Tender - Estonian Ministry of Education and Research
Ilona Tragel - University of Tartu
Virve-Anneli Vihman - University of Tartu
Further details regarding ICML XII will be available on the conference website,
http://www.icml.ut.ee. Please visit the website periodically for regular updates.
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