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LINGUIST List 20.3199

Tue Sep 22 2009

Calls: Computational Ling, Lexicography/Netherlands

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        1.    Anne Dykstra, European Association for Lexicography

Message 1: European Association for Lexicography
Date: 20-Sep-2009
From: Anne Dykstra <dykstraannegmail.com>
Subject: European Association for Lexicography
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Full Title: European Association for Lexicography
Short Title: Euralex

Date: 06-Jul-2010 - 10-Jul-2010
Location: Leeuwarden, Netherlands
Contact Person: Anne Dykstra
Meeting Email: infoeuralex2010.nl
Web Site: http://www.euralex2010.eu

Linguistic Field(s): Computational Linguistics; Lexicography

Call Deadline: 01-Nov-2009

Meeting Description:

14th EURALEX International Congress

We take great pleasure in inviting you to take part in the 14th EURALEX
International Congress that will be held in Leeuwarden/Ljouwert, The Netherlands
from 6 July until 10 July 2010. The Congress will be organized by the Fryske
Akademy (Frisian Academy). The EURALEX Congresses bring together professional
lexicographers, publishers, researchers, software developers and others
interested in dictionaries of all types. The programme will include plenary
lectures, parallel sessions, software demonstrations, a special session for
students and work-in-progress, a book and software exhibition, and social events
for participants and their guests.

Guest Speakers:
We are delighted to announce our guest speakers for this conference. Since the
lexicography of non-state languages is a special feature of the congress, we are
particularly happy that Dr Sarah Ogilvie, from Oxford, will address the
audience. She will read a paper entitled: 'On Lexicography and Endangered
Languages: What Can Europe Learn from the Rest of the World?' Prof. Dr Rolf H.
Bremmer, from Leiden University, will explain how Frisian and English are
related. The well-known etymologist Prof. Dr Anatoly Liberman, from the
University of Minnesota, will discuss 'The Genre and Uses of the Etymological
Dictionary.' The traditional Hornby lecture will be delivered by Prof. Dr Paul
Bogaards, from Leiden University and editor of the International Journal of
Lexicography. Prof. Bogaards will explore the subject of 'Dictionaries and
foreign language learning.' Our fifth invited speaker will be announced shortly.

Call for Papers

Extended deadline!

Papers, posters and software demonstrations are invited on all topics of
lexicography, including, but not limited to, the following fields, which are the
main focus of the congress:
Computational Lexicography and Lexicology
The Dictionary-Making Process
Reports on Lexicographical and Lexicological Projects
Bilingual Lexicography
Lexicography for Specialised Languages - Terminology and Terminography
Historical and Scholarly Lexicography and Etymology
Dictionary Use
Phraseology and Collocation
Lexicological Issues of Lexicographical Relevance
Lexicography of Lesser Used Non-State languages
Colonial Lexicography
Other topics

Papers, posters and demonstrations that are relevant to the congress, but which
do not fit into any of the above categories, will be reviewed nonetheless and
considered for presentation.

Submissions may be one of the following types: Contributed full papers (30
minutes), Contributed short papers & project notes (20 minutes), Software
demonstrations, Posters, Student papers. All submissions will be evaluated
anonymously by at least two reviewers. The Scientific Committee will be aided in
this task by a panel of external referees. The programme will be selected by the
programme committee.

Extended deadline
A number of people indicated that they find it hard to meet the deadline of
October 1 2009. Since we want to give everybody the opportunity to submit a
paper, we have extended the deadline for the submission of papers until the
first of November 2009.

Please go to the Call for Papers on www.euralex2010.eu for details about the
submission process. All submissions will be evaluated anonymously by at least
two reviewers. The Scientific Committee will be aided in this task by a panel of
external referees. The programme will be selected by the Programme Committee.

The Euralex 2010 Team
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