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LINGUIST List 19.3140

Thu Oct 16 2008

Calls: General Ling/USA; Applied Ling,Lang Acquisition/Israel

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


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        1.    Meghan Armstrong, The OSU Congress on Hispanic and Lusophone Linguistics
        2.    Sharon Armon-Lotem, Interfaces of Bilingualism and SLI Workshop


Message 1: The OSU Congress on Hispanic and Lusophone Linguistics
Date: 15-Oct-2008
From: Meghan Armstrong <meghanling.ohio-state.edu>
Subject: The OSU Congress on Hispanic and Lusophone Linguistics
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Full Title: The OSU Congress on Hispanic and Lusophone Linguistics
Short Title: OSUCHiLL

Date: 24-Apr-2009 - 25-Apr-2009
Location: Columbus, OH, USA
Contact Person: Meghan Armstrong
Meeting Email: symposium_sppoosu.edu

Linguistic Field(s): General Linguistics

Subject Language(s): Portuguese (por)
Spanish (spa)

Call Deadline: 08-Jan-2008

Meeting Description:

The Ohio State Congress on Hispanic and Lusophone Linguistics (OSCHiLL 2009)
Columbus, Ohio - April 24-25, 2009

Call for Papers

Call Deadline: January 8, 2008

Keynote Speakers:
Clancy Clements, Indiana University
Cynthia Clopper, The Ohio State University
Judith Tonhauser, The Ohio State University

Conference Organizers:
Meghan Armstrong: armstrong.336osu.edu
Juliana De la Mora: de-la-mora.1osu.edu

We welcome papers dealing with any theoretical aspect of Hispanic or Lusophone
Linguistics including but not limited to sociolinguistics, pragmatics,
phonetics, phonology, morphology, psycholinguistics, semantics and syntax. Talks
will be allotted 20 minutes for presentation and 10 minutes for discussion.

Abstracts written in English, Spanish or Portuguese should be anonymous, and no
more than 500 words in length. They should be sent as a pdf attachment with the
subject Linguistics Congress by e-mail to: symposium_sppoosu.edu by January 8,
2008 with the following information contained in the body of the email:
Name
Affiliation
Email address
Linguistic subfield
Paper title
Inquiries may be sent to: symposium_sppoosu.edu
Message 2: Interfaces of Bilingualism and SLI Workshop
Date: 13-Oct-2008
From: Sharon Armon-Lotem <armonlsmail.biu.ac.il>
Subject: Interfaces of Bilingualism and SLI Workshop
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Full Title: Interfaces of Bilingualism and SLI Workshop

Date: 01-Feb-2009 - 05-Feb-2009
Location: Jerusalem, Israel
Contact Person: Sharon Armon-Lotem
Meeting Email: bisli.workshopgmail.com
Web Site: http://www.as.huji.ac.il/workshops/isf/bilingualism/

Linguistic Field(s): Applied Linguistics; Language Acquisition; Psycholinguistics

Meeting Description:

The large numbers of bilinguals in the world and widespread migrations of the
1990s, have led to dramatic increases in the number of children being raised in
multilingual communities. This drives the need for coordinated research and
policies which reflect bilingual situations when planning assessment, treatment
and placement of migrant children with specific language impairment (SLI) in
appropriate educational frameworks. These needs are best served by studying SLI
in the bilingual context. The main objective of this workshop is to bring
together researchers who study linguistic and cognitive abilities of bilingual
children, children with SLI and bilingual children with SLI across different
migrant communities to discuss the linguistic and cognitive nature of bilingual
SLI.

Key words: Bilingualism, Specific Language Impairment (SLI), Language
Acquisition, Migration

Call for Papers

Interfaces of Bilingualism and Specific Language Impairment Workshop
February 1-5, 2009
Institute for Advanced Study, the Hebrew University, Israel

The large numbers of bilinguals in the world and widespread migrations of the
1990s, have led to dramatic increases in the number of children being raised in
multilingual communities. Typically developing (TD) bilinguals often look like
the children with Specific Language Impairement (SLI), creating methodological
and clinical diagnostic confounds. Medical, language and educational
professionals have limited test instruments to distinguish language impaired
migrant children from those who will eventually catch up to their monolingual
peers. As a result, folk wisdom reigns, often carrying the view that bilingual
children with language disorders should be educated in a single language,
usually not the language of the home. In recent years, several research groups
have taken upon themselves to disentangle bilingualism and SLI by establishing
the relative contribution of the each to impaired language performance.

Invited Speakers include:
- Galit Adam, Tel Aviv University
- Anne Baker, University of Amsterdam
- Isabelle Barriere, Brooklyn College (CUNY)
- Lisa Bedore, University of Texas
- Naama Friedmann, Tel Aviv University
- Natalia Gagarina, Zentrum für Allgemeine Sprachwissenschaft (ZAS)
- Peggy F. Jacobson, St. John's University
- Jan de Jong, University of Amsterdam
- Theo Marinis, University of Reading
- Juergen M. Meisel, University of Hamburg/University of Calgary
- Johanna Paradis, University of Alberta
- Carol Pfaff, Freie Universität Berlin
- Dorit Ravid, Tel Aviv University
- Tom Roeper, University of Massachusetts
- Monika Rothweiler, University of Hamburg
- Jeannette Schaeffer, Ben Gurion University
- Petra Schulz, University of Frankfurt
- Elin Thordardottir, McGill University
- Ianthi Tsimpli, Aristotle University of Thessaloniki
- Joel Walters, Bar Ilan University
- Bencie Woll, University College London

Posters are invited for a poster session on February 4th

Submissions should include:
1. A cover page with the title of the poster, all authors' names and
affiliations, and contact information of the 1st author (postal address, email
address, telephone).
2. A one-page abstract (Times New Roman 12 font), with an optional second page
for examples, data and references. No identity properties of the author should
be found on the abstract page(s). Please center title of the presentation at the
top.

Cover page and abstract must be submitted electronically to
bisli.workshopgmail.com in PDF or word format. In the subject line of the email
please state "Abstract BISLI" and the first author's last name.

All authors will be invited to submit their papers for online proceedings.

The deadline for abstract submission: November 15, 2008
Notification of acceptance: December 1, 2008.

There is no registration fee, but you must register by January 10, 2008 at
www.as.huji.ac.il/workshops/isf/biligualism/. In addition, please send an email
with your name and affiliation to bisli.workshopgmail.com so we know how many
to expect. In the subject line of the email please state "Registration BISLI".

Organizing Committee:
Sharon Armon-Lotem
Jonathan Fine
Joel Walters

The workshop is organized by the English Department and Gonda Multidisciplinary
Brain Research Center at Bar-Ilan University with the generous support of the
Institute for Advanced Study at The Hebrew University and the Israel Science
Foundation.

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