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LINGUIST List 19.372

Fri Feb 01 2008

Calls: Phonology/France; Applied Ling,Ling & Literature/Denmark

Editor for this issue: F. Okki Kurniawan <okkilinguistlist.org>

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        1.    Nicolas BALLIER, Phonology, Syntax and the Lexicon : Interdependence
        2.    Mireille Ravassat, ESSE 9 Conference - Shakespeare Seminar

Message 1: Phonology, Syntax and the Lexicon : Interdependence
Date: 01-Feb-2008
From: Nicolas BALLIER <nballierfree.fr>
Subject: Phonology, Syntax and the Lexicon : Interdependence
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Full Title: Phonology, Syntax and the Lexicon : Interdependence
Short Title: ALOES 2008

Date: 04-Apr-2008 - 05-Apr-2008
Location: Paris 13 Villetaneuse, France
Contact Person: Nicolas Ballier
Meeting Email: < click here to access email >
Web Site: http://www.univ-paris13.fr/CRIDAF/avril2008.htm

Linguistic Field(s): Phonology

Subject Language(s): English

Call Deadline: 10-Feb-2008

Meeting Description:

14th Oral English Conference at Villetaneuse, Paris XIII

ALOES 2008: 4-5 April 2008

Last Call for Papers

Phonology, Syntax and the Lexicon : Interdependence

Guest Plenary Speaker: Heinz Giegerich, University of Edinburgh

Conference Theme:
There are many representational models which aim to show the complex
relations between phonology, syntax and the lexicon. The theme
''Interdependence'' is intended to allow for a wide variety of approaches
and topics : Papers may use any theoretical framework to study those
aspects of phonology which highlight the question of interdependency.
Which syntactic / phonological constituents converge, and which do not?
How significant is the distinction between lexical / post lexical phonology and how do these different levels relate to each other?

The conference theme should enable participants to re-examine the macro syntax, clauses, phrases, boundaries and their phonetic correlates. Potential areas for study are: lexical units and phonological processes concerned by different levels of the prosodic hierarchy; the phonological status of boundaries, domains, units - the foot or the clitic group, for example.

Abstracts not directly related to the theme and posters will also be considered.

Working Languages: English and French

Anonymous abstracts should be sent by 10 February 2008 to
jvinceuniv-paris3.fr (300 words maximum plus separate page giving
personal details).

Contact Person: Nicolas Ballier nballierfree.fr, Christiane Migette

Organising Committee: Viviane Arigne, Nicolas Ballier, Christiane Migette and Olivier Simonin
Selection Committee: Viviane Arigne, Nicolas Ballier, Alain Deschamps, Ruth Huart, Christiane Migette, Alain Nicaise, Jenny Vince
the ALOES is the French association for oral English

Message 2: ESSE 9 Conference - Shakespeare Seminar
Date: 01-Feb-2008
From: Mireille Ravassat <mireilleravassatyahoo.fr>
Subject: ESSE 9 Conference - Shakespeare Seminar
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Full Title: ESSE 9 Conference - Shakespeare Seminar

Date: 22-Aug-2008 - 26-Aug-2008
Location: Aarhus, Denmark
Contact Person: Mireille Ravassat
Meeting Email: < click here to access email >
Web Site: http://www.esse2008.dk/cfp_seminars.html

Linguistic Field(s): Applied Linguistics; General Linguistics; Ling & Literature

Subject Language(s): English

Call Deadline: 01-Mar-2008

Meeting Description:

ESSE 9 conference – Aarhus, Denmark, 22-26 August 2008
The next ESSE conference (The European Society for the Study of English) will be held at the University of Aarhus Denmark from 22 to 26 August 2008. We invite papers for seminar 20 on Shakespeare and Discourse Stylistics

Call for Papers

From copia to stylistic reticence, Shakespeare's playtexts map out the extreme limits and impasse of verbal communication. The present seminar aims at assessing and highlighting the discourse strategies and structures at stake in conversational exchange and interaction in the very process of capturing the world of human understanding and relationships. Such a process involves the difficulty, sometimes the impossibility, and the exhilaration of mediating that world through language. Shakespeare's playtexts should be envisaged as being rooted in a cultural and rhetorical context in which meaning (and the difficulties of conveying meaning) is a collaborative construction, involving author, text, culture, and reader. Papers are welcome on the range of Shakespeare's negotiations with the problematics of the production of meaning. Areas of exploration include semantics, pragmatics, and semiotics.

Dr. Mireille Ravassat (University of Valenciennes)
E-mail: mireilleravassatyahoo.fr
Dr. Lene Petersen (University of the West of England)
E-mail: Lene.Petersenuwe.ac.uk

Those wishing to participate in the Conference are invited to submit 200-word abstracts of their proposed papers directly to both convenors of the seminar in question before 1 March 2008. The convenors will let the proponents know whether their proposals have been accepted no later than 21 March 2008.
For more details, see the conference website: http://www.esse2008.dk/cfp_seminars.html

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