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LINGUIST List 21.2264

Tue May 18 2010

Calls: Neuroling, Psycholing/France

Editor for this issue: Di Wdzenczny <dilinguistlist.org>

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        1.    Isabelle Roy, First Fall Meeting on Formal Linguistics: Language(s) and Cognition

Message 1: First Fall Meeting on Formal Linguistics: Language(s) and Cognition
Date: 17-May-2010
From: Isabelle Roy <isabelle.roysfl.cnrs.fr>
Subject: First Fall Meeting on Formal Linguistics: Language(s) and Cognition
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Full Title: First Fall Meeting on Formal Linguistics: Language(s) and
Short Title: RALFe 2010

Date: 14-Oct-2010 - 16-Oct-2010
Location: Paris, France
Contact Person: Isabelle Roy
Meeting Email: isabelle.roysfl.cnrs.fr
Web Site: http://www.easychair.org/conferences/?conf=ralfe2010

Linguistic Field(s): Neurolinguistics; Psycholinguistics

Call Deadline: 30-May-2010

Meeting Description:

The 1st Rencontres d'Automne de Linguistique Formelle: Langage,
Langues et Cognition (RALFe)
(Fall Meeting on Formal Linguistics: Language(s) and Cognition) will be
organized by the UMR « Structures Formelles du Langage » Université
Paris 8 / CNRS in Paris
14-16 october, 2010.

Second Call for Papers

Call Deadline: 30-May-2010

Submissions are invited for 30 minute-papers (plus discussion) on all
domains of linguistic theory.

Abstracts are invited from all areas (phonology, morphology, syntax,
semantics) of formal linguistics (e.g., generative grammar or related
frameworks). Topics may include syntax-semantics interface, syntax-
morphology interface and others.

Abstracts on language acquisition, psycholinguistics and neurolinguistics
are also particularly welcome in a perspective that relates them to theories
of grammar.

We strongly encourage contributions exploring formal approaches to
language diversity and typological works (including but not limited to sign
languages, creoles, under-represented languages and comparative

Plenary Speakers:
- Melissa Bowerman (Max Plank Inst.)
- Hans Kamp (U. Stuttgart)
- Richard Kayne (NYU)

Instructions for Abstract Submission
Presentations may be in French or in English. The language used in the
abstract will also be the language of the presentation.
Abstracts should be anonymous and must not exceed 2 pages (A4)
(including data and references) with a 2,54 cm (1 inch) margin on all four
sides using Times New Roman 12 pt.

Abstracts must be submitted online using the link below. We use EasyChair
as our system of abstract collection. We will accept electronic submissions
only (.pdf files).
EasyChair link: http://www.easychair.org/conferences/?conf=ralfe2010

Deadline for submission: May 30, 2010
Notification of acceptance: July, 1st, 2010
Conference dates: October 14-16, 2010

All information about the conference is available at our web page (currently
under construction)

Organizing Committee:
Isabelle Roy (Chair)
Laurent Roussarie
Léa Nash
Elena Soare
Sophie Wauquier

Scientific Committee:
- Joaquim Brandão de Carvalho
- Patricia Cabredo Hofherr
- Hamida Demirdache
- Emanuel Dupoux
- Jaqueline Guéron
- Anne Hertz
- Alain Kihm
- Brenda Laca
- Mohamed Lahrouchi
- Alain Lecomte
- Ora Matushansky
- Léa Nash
- Tobias Scheer
- Philippe Schlenker
- Sophie Wauquier
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