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LINGUIST List 19.2874

Sun Sep 21 2008

Calls: Applied Ling/USA; Applied Ling,Hist Ling,Lexicography/France

Editor for this issue: Kate Wu <katelinguistlist.org>

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        1.    Lida Cope, TESOL and Applied Linguistics Graduate Students
        2.    Albin Wagener, Étymologie et Traduction

Message 1: TESOL and Applied Linguistics Graduate Students
Date: 21-Sep-2008
From: Lida Cope <copelecu.edu>
Subject: TESOL and Applied Linguistics Graduate Students
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Full Title: TESOL and Applied Linguistics Graduate Students
Short Title: TALGS

Date: 21-Feb-2009 - 21-Feb-2009
Location: Greenville, NC, USA
Contact Person: Lida Cope
Meeting Email: talgsecu.edu
Web Site: http://core.ecu.edu/engl/talgs/conference/conference.htm

Linguistic Field(s): Applied Linguistics

Call Deadline: 07-Dec-2008

Meeting Description:

TALGS (TESOL/Applied Linguistics Graduate Students) is a graduate student-run
conference that provides a serious yet relaxed environment for graduate
students and professionals working in a variety of applied linguistic
fields and TESL/TEFL to
present their work, receive feedback, and network. TALGS is committed to bettering
the educational experience of language learners by providing a comfortable
environment for interaction between theory/ research and practice/teaching.

Invited Plenary Speaker: Jodi Crandall (Department of Education, University of
Maryland, Baltimore County)

Second Call for Papers

Message 2: Étymologie et Traduction
Date: 15-Jul-2008
From: Albin Wagener <albin.wagenergmail.com>
Subject: Étymologie et Traduction
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Full Title: Étymologie et Traduction

Date: 03-Jun-2009 - 04-Jun-2009
Location: Angers, France
Contact Person: Annie Birks
Meeting Email: annie.birksuco.fr

Linguistic Field(s): Applied Linguistics; General Linguistics; Historical
Linguistics; Lexicography; Translation

Call Deadline: 03-Jan-2009

Meeting Description:

June 3-4, 2009
Colloque portant sur l'étymologie et la traduction, proposé par le CIRHILL, à
l'Université Catholique de l'Ouest, Angers (France).

The topics of this conference are etymology and translation matters. It is
organized by the CIRHILL at the Catholic University of the West in Angers,
France. Papers may be submitted in English.

Dans la continuité du colloque de mars 2008 intitulé «Étymologiques : histoires
de mots, histoire des mots», le CIRHiLL propose de nouvelles rencontres en juin
2009 qui porteront sur la relation entre «Étymologie et Traduction». Ce colloque
intéressera aussi bien des traducteurs et des enseignants de traduction, que des
philologues, lexicologues, lexicographes, rédacteurs, relecteurs...

Ces deux approches seront suivies en 2010 d'une réflexion élargie aux rapports
entre l'étymologie et l'exégèse littéraire.
Les communications pourront être en français et en anglais.

To follow up on its conference on Etymology of March 2008, the CIRHiLL
(Center for Interdisciplinary Research in History, Language and Literature) is
pleased to invite papers for its next conference dealing with the relationship
between "Etymology and Translation". It is planned for 3 and 4 June 2009 at the
Catholic University in Angers (Loire Valley), France.
This conference welcomes translators as well as teachers of translation,
philologists, lexicologists, lexicographers, writers, proofreaders and all
academics wishing to share their views on the role of etymology in the art
of translating. Research field may include:
- Translation Studies
- Literature Analysis
- General Linguistics
- Philology
- Lexicology
- Semantics
- Poetics
- Corpus Linguistics

Please send proposals for contributions together with a short outline to
annie.birksuco.fr before 3rd January 2009.

The presentations and articles must be either in French or in English. Further
information will be sent by e-mail to the participants.

Selected papers may be published in a corresponding volume.

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