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LINGUIST List 20.112

Tue Jan 13 2009

Calls: General Ling/Canada; General Ling,Ling Theories/USA

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


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        1.    Dylan Uscher, Toronto Undergraduate Linguistics Conference
        2.    Andrew Carnie, Formal Approaches to Celtic Linguistics


Message 1: Toronto Undergraduate Linguistics Conference
Date: 12-Jan-2009
From: Dylan Uscher <dylan.uscherutoronto.ca>
Subject: Toronto Undergraduate Linguistics Conference
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Full Title: Toronto Undergraduate Linguistics Conference
Short Title: TULCon

Date: 27-Mar-2009 - 29-Mar-2009
Location: Toronto, ON, Canada
Contact Person: Isaac Gould
Meeting Email: slugs.tulcongmail.com
Web Site: http://chass.utoronto.ca/~slugs

Linguistic Field(s): General Linguistics

Call Deadline: 13-Feb-2009

Meeting Description:

The Society of Linguistic Undergraduate Students (SLUGS) at the University of
Toronto is hosting it's second annual undergraduate research conference March
27-29, 2009.

Call for Papers

The Toronto Undergraduate Linguistics Conference (TULCon) is a great opportunity
to meet your peers in the linguistics world, share your work, and learn; and we
invite your submissions. Undergraduate students from any university may submit
an abstract of 500 words on any topic in linguistics. Abstracts should be
approximately 500 words in length (not including references), can be about any
topic relating to linguistics, and can also be works in progress. Speakers will
have the opportunity to speak for 20 minutes with 5 minutes for questions
following. In your submission, please indicate whether you would like to
present a talk or a poster during our poster session.

Submissions should be sent as pdf or Microsoft Word (.doc, NOT .docx)
attachments to slugs.tulcongmail.com by February 13, 2009. Also, keep an eye
out for announcements about registration coming up in the near future! If you
have any questions, please contact us at slugschass.utoronto.ca or
slugs.tulcongmail.com.
Message 2: Formal Approaches to Celtic Linguistics
Date: 12-Jan-2009
From: Andrew Carnie <carnielinguistlist.org>
Subject: Formal Approaches to Celtic Linguistics
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Full Title: Formal Approaches to Celtic Linguistics
Short Title: FACL

Date: 27-Mar-2009 - 29-Mar-2009
Location: Tucson, AZ, USA
Contact Person: Andrew Carnie
Meeting Email: faclconfgmail.com
Web Site: http://dingo.sbs.arizona.edu/~gaelic/facl/

Linguistic Field(s): General Linguistics; Linguistic Theories

Language Family(ies): Continental Celtic; Hispanic Celtic; Insular Celtic

Call Deadline: 15-Feb-2009

Meeting Description:

The Department of Linguistics at the University of Arizona is proud to announce
a special conference, funded by the National Science Foundation*, on Formal
Approaches to Celtic Linguistics.

Call for Papers

Formal Approaches to Celtic Linguistics

The focus of this conference is on modern theoretical approaches to the Celtic
languages, with an emphasis on the following questions:
i) How does data from the Celtic languages, with their unique typological
properties, inform formal theories of grammar? What challenges does this data
pose to current understanding and how should theories of grammar be modified to
deal with the data from Celtic languages?
ii) How do current advances in formal theories improve our understanding of the
grammar of Celtic languages?
iii) How can formal theoretical linguistics inform the documentation of the
endangered Celtic languages?

Confirmed Invited Speakers at the conference include:
David Adger, Queen Mary University, London
Anna Bosch, University of Kentucky
SJ Hannahs, Newcastle
Randall Hendrick, University of North Carolina
Mélanie Jouitteau, Université de Paris 7
James McCloskey, University of California, Santa Cruz
Máire Ní Chiosain, University College Dublin
Maggie Tallerman, Newcastle
Gillian Ramchand, University of Tromsø
... and others to be announced.

The conference will be accompanied by a one-week for-credit Mini-course for
graduate and undergraduate students interested in pursuing Celtic Linguistics
(which runs March 23-29, 2009). Details of this mini-course will be made in a
separate announcement.

Abstracts related to the conference theme are invited for a limited number of 45
minute talks (35 minutes for talk + 10 for discussion).

Details:
Abstracts: 1-2 pages, 12 point font, 1 inch margins.
Abstract Deadline: Midnight MST, February 15th, 2009
Address for abstracts (submission by email only) and more information:
faclconfgmail.com

Conference Webpage: http://dingo.sbs.arizona.edu/~gaelic/facl/
Workshop Dates: March 27-29th, 2009 (mini course runs March 23-29th, 2009)
Location: The University of Arizona, Tucson AZ

*Funding graciously provided by the National Science Foundation Grant: BCS0819117.

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