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Fri Sep 26 2008
Calls: Historical Ling,Socioling/United Kingdom; General Ling/USA
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Languages of Scotland and Ulster
Language & Linguistics Student Conference 2009
Message 1: Languages of Scotland and Ulster
From: John Kirk <j.m.kirkqub.ac.uk>
Subject: Languages of Scotland and Ulster
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Full Title: Languages of Scotland and Ulster
Short Title: 9ICLSU
Date: 21-Jul-2009 - 25-Jul-2009
Location: Kirkwall, Isle of Orkney, Scotland, United Kingdom
Contact Person: John Kirk
Meeting Email: j.m.kirkqub.ac.uk
Web Site: http://www.abdn.ac.uk/frlsu
Linguistic Field(s): Historical Linguistics; Lexicography; Sociolinguistics
Subject Language(s): English (eng)
Language Family(ies): Germanic
Call Deadline: 15-Oct-2008
Ninth International Conference
on the Languages of Scotland and Ulster
Orkney College, UHI.
July 21-25 2009
Papers are welcome on any topic which pertains to Scotland or Ulster (especially
Gaelic, Scots, or English, but also sign, braille, or other languages now found
in Scottish contexts). John Kirk is Treasurer of FRLSU, of which the Chairman is
J. Derrick McClure.
Call for Papers
The Forum for Research in the Languages of Scotland and Ulster is pleased to
announce that the ninth conference in this series will be held in July 2009.
Following the success of the 2006 conference in Islay, we have again selected an
island venue; and the conference well be held in Orkney College, Kirkwall.
The rich heritage of the Northern Isles, with their unique Norse-influenced
cultures and well-preserved local dialects, provide a wealth of material for
discussion; and it is anticipated that many papers presented at the conference
will draw on this. Among the scholars who have already offered papers are:
Magnus and Andro Linklater, "Eric Linklater and Orkney"
Andrew Noble, "Edwin Muir: Orkney and Scotland"
Edna Longley, "Irish and Scottish Island Poems"
Michael Longley, "My Orkney Poems"
Peder Gammeltoft, "Shetland and Orkney Island-Names- A Dynamic Group"
and several others have been approached, including Peder Gammeltoft, Donna
Heddle, Berit Sandnes and Doreen Waugh.
As always, however, papers on any other aspect of the languages of Scotland and
Ulster will be welcome. Offers are cordially invited, and should be sent by 15
October 2008, by e-mail or by post to the following address:
J. Derrick McClure,
School of Language and Literature,
Old Aberdeen AB24 2UB,
Details regarding conference fees and the social programme will be announced in
future circulars, of which the next will be sent out in September 2008.
The Forum Committee looks forward to hearing from you, and to welcoming you to
the conference next summer.
J. Derrick McClure (Chairman, FRLSU) j.d.mcclureabdn.ac.uk
John M. Kirk (Treasurer, FRLSU) j.m.kirkqub.ac.uk
Message 2: Language & Linguistics Student Conference 2009
From: Whitney Vandiver <adia513yahoo.com>
Subject: Language & Linguistics Student Conference 2009
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Full Title: Language & Linguistics Student Conference 2009
Date: 28-Mar-2009 - 28-Mar-2009
Location: Edmond, Oklahoma, USA
Contact Person: Amy Carrell
Meeting Email: langconfgmail.com
Web Site: http://www.libarts.ucok.edu/english/linguistics.htm
Linguistic Field(s): General Linguistics
Call Deadline: 01-Dec-2008
The University of Central Oklahoma (UCO) is accepting papers for the first
annual Language and Linguistics Student Conference, which will take place on
March 28, 2009, on the UCO campus in Edmond, Oklahoma.
Call for Papers
We welcome undergraduate and graduate research focusing on the relationships
between and among language, linguistics, and their many applications. Papers are
invited on a wide range of topics including but not limited to natural and
artificial languages; extinct and endangered languages, including American
Indian languages of Oklahoma; American Sign Language; speech pathology; the
relationship between language and cognition; theoretical and applied
linguistics; structural, semantic, or phonological analyses of a single language
or comparative grammars of multiple languages; discourse/text analysis; and
linguistic applications in literature, rhetoric, music, art, film, and gender
studies within academic, cultural, or sociological constructs. We are exploring
the possibility of publication for the conference presentations.
Presentations will be 15 minutes in length and can take the form of readings or
visual presentations, such as PowerPoint or handouts. No poster presentations
will be allowed. Authors must currently be undergraduate or graduate students
enrolled in at least three credit hours at an accredited college or university
or must have graduated with a degree no earlier than May 2008.
All presenters will receive with their registration a ticket to a luncheon and
access to a "Careers in Language and Linguistics" round-table presentation and a
keynote lecture entitled "Language, Humor, Meaning, Life" by Dr. Victor Raskin
of the Department of English at Purdue University.
To apply, please submit a 150-word, titled abstract in MS Word format as an
attachment with no personal information (such as name or institution) to
langconfgmail.com by December 1, 2008. Late submissions are not guaranteed
consideration for presentation. Questions regarding the conference, abstracts,
or presentations may be directed to the above address as well.
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