From: Odile Roth <odile.rothfree.fr>
Subject: Word Formation in Chinese
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Full Title: Word Formation in Chinese
Date: 07-Nov-2009 - 08-Nov-2009
Location: Paris, France
Contact Person: Association Recherche et Enseignement du Chinois
Meeting Email: colloque09arec.asso.fr
Web Site: http://www.arec.asso.fr/colloque_2009_anglais.html
Linguistic Field(s): Applied Linguistics; Cognitive Science; Computational
Subject Language(s): Chinese, Mandarin (cmn)
Call Deadline: 01-Jun-2009
The aim of this conference is to bring together specialists from all fileds
related to Chinese word formation (linguistics, Chinese language teaching,
computational linguistics, etc.), in order to tackle the issue in its globality.
Call for Papers
We invite papers proposals related to any aspect of Chinese word formation,
regardless of the theoretical background chosen by the author :
- Interface issues (phonology/morphology; morphology/syntax)
- Diachronic or Synchronic analyses of linguistic data
- Issues related to automatic language processing
- Linguistic acquisition
- Teaching issues
Submission of Papers
All the abstracts (no more than one page A4 in length, Times 12 or宋体小四) must
be send by the deadline of June 1st 2009 to the following email address:
Abstracts should contain a title, 3 to 5 keywords, a clear and explicit
statement of the research question to be examined, the theoretical background,
the methods and the conclusions reached. Papers can be presented in English,
Chinese or French.
Please note: Applicants are required to send two copies of their abstract: The
first copy should be an MS Word document with a .doc or .rtf extension
containing the following information: name(s) of the author(s), academic
affiliation, post and email address. The second copy should be an anonymous .pdf
document without this information or any other kind of identification.
Applicants will be notified by the end of July 2009 of the acceptance or
otherwise of their papers.
At the close of the conference, all the papers will be available on the AREC
website, and a selection of articles will be published in a paper version in the
course of 2010
May you have any questions regarding the conference, please contact the
organizers at the following address: colloque09arec.asso.fr
Please also check this webpage regularly, as new information about the
conference will be posted gradually
QI Chong, Université Paris Diderot - Paris 7 qi.chonguniv-paris-diderot.fr
Odile ROTH, INALCO odile.rothinalco.fr
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