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LINGUIST List 19.3178

Mon Oct 20 2008

Calls: Applied Ling,General Ling/Spain; Semantics,Morphology/Norway

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


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        1.    David Martí, International Technology, Education and Development Conference
        2.    Thomas Smitherman, Reconstructing Alignment Systems


Message 1: International Technology, Education and Development Conference
Date: 20-Oct-2008
From: David Martí <inted2009iated.org>
Subject: International Technology, Education and Development Conference
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Full Title: International Technology, Education and Development Conference
Short Title: INTED2009

Date: 09-Mar-2009 - 11-Mar-2009
Location: Valencia, Spain
Contact Person: David Martí
Meeting Email: inted2009iated.org
Web Site: http://www.iated.org/inted2009

Linguistic Field(s): Applied Linguistics; General Linguistics

Call Deadline: 01-Dec-2008

Meeting Description:

On behalf of the Organising Committee we would like to invite you to take part
in the Annual Edition of the International Technology, Education and Development
Conference (INTED 2009) in Valencia (Spain), on the 9th, 10th and 11th of March,
2009.

Call for Papers

The objective of INTED2009 is to share your experiences in the fields of
Technology, Education, Development and International Collaboration.
It is an International Forum for lecturers, researchers, professors, engineers,
educational scientists and technologists to present their projects and discuss
the innovations and the latest innovations and results in the field of Education.

We would like to invite you to submit your abstracts and to attend in order to
share your achievements in the fields of education, technology and international
collaboration. The deadline for submitting abstracts is the 1st of December 2008.

You can present your projects in two modalities: In person (oral and poster
presentations) and Virtually (if you can not attend in person).
Two ISBN publications (INTED2009 Abstracts CD and INTED2009 CD Proceedings) will
be produced with all the abstracts and papers submitted that will serve as a
database of innovation projects in Education and Technology.

Telephone: + 34 96 143 43 87
Fax: + 34 96 143 45 53
Message 2: Reconstructing Alignment Systems
Date: 18-Oct-2008
From: Thomas Smitherman <Thomas.Smithermanuib.no>
Subject: Reconstructing Alignment Systems
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Full Title: Reconstructing Alignment Systems

Date: 14-May-2009 - 15-May-2009
Location: Bergen, Norway
Contact Person: Thomas Smitherman
Meeting Email: Thomas.Smithermanuib.no
Web Site: http://ling.uib.no/IECASTP/Workshop3.htm

Linguistic Field(s): Historical Linguistics; Morphology; Semantics; Syntax;
Typology

Call Deadline: 01-Dec-2008

Meeting Description:

This is a two-day workshop at the University of Bergen open to papers on
diachronic syntax, most specifically, the reconstruction of case alignment systems.

Call for Papers

The aim of this workshop is to gather researchers working on alignment systems
in a historical perspective, in order to brainstorm on how alignment systems can
be reconstructed for earlier stages of a language or a language family. We
welcome abstracts on well-studied language families like Indo-European,
abstracts on oral languages without a recorded history, and everything in
between, aiming to highlight different kinds of reconstruction problems. We also
welcome papers on changes in alignment systems, papers addressing the issue of
how different theoretical frameworks can contribute to reconstruction, as well
as papers concerned with the more general implications of alignment changes for
diachronic typology.

Please send a one page abstract in pdf format to Thomas Smitherman
(Thomas.Smithermanuib.no) no later than December 1st. Notification of
acceptance will be sent out on December 15th.

The workshop is hosted by the University of Bergen and the research team of the
project, Indo-European Case and Argument Structure from a Typological
Perspective (IECASTP): http://ling.uib.no/IECASTP/index.htm

Invited Speakers:
Alice Harris (Stony Brook University)
Geoffrey Haig (University of Kiel)

Location: University of Bergen
Vilvite Bergen Vitensenter AS (Auditorium)
Thormøhlengate 51
5006 Bergen

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