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Fri Jan 15 2010
Calls: General Ling, Text/Corpus Ling/Spain
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Workshop on Corpus-based Grammatical Studies
Message 1: Workshop on Corpus-based Grammatical Studies
From: Javier Perez-Guerra <jperezuvigo.es>
Subject: Workshop on Corpus-based Grammatical Studies
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Full Title: Workshop on Corpus-based Grammatical Studies
Short Title: CILC2
Date: 13-May-2010 - 15-May-2010
Location: A Coruna, Spain
Contact Person: Javier Perez-Guerra
Meeting Email: jperezuvigo.es
Web Site: http://www.udc.es/dep/finc/Cilc10/maineng.html
Linguistic Field(s): General Linguistics; Text/Corpus Linguistics
Call Deadline: 15-Feb-2010
The panel on corpus-based grammatical studies is integrated within the 2nd
International Conference on Corpus Linguistics CILC10. CILC10 is the second
conference organised by AELINCO, the Spanish Association for Corpus Linguistics.
The conference organisers are pleased to announce that the following scholars
have confirmed participation as plenary speakers: Tony Berber Sardinha
(Ponticifia Universidad Católica de Sao Paulo, Brazil), Averil Jean Coxhead
(Victoria University of Wellington, New Zealand), José María García-Miguel
(University of Vigo, Spain) and Manfred Markus (University of Innsbruck, Austria).
Call for Papers:
CILC-10 is the second Conference organized by AELINCO, the Spanish Association
for Corpus Linguistics (recently created). The Conference will be hosted by the
University of A Coruña (Spain), from the 13th to the 15th of May, 2010.
20-minute papers on the connection between grammar and corpus studies will be
welcome at the panel on corpus-based grammatical studies. Please use the
conference website in order to submit a proposal.
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