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Mon Feb 01 2010

Calls: General Ling/South Korea

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

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        1.    Seongha Rhee, 2010 Seoul International Conference on Linguistics- 'Grammaticalization' Session

Message 1: 2010 Seoul International Conference on Linguistics- 'Grammaticalization' Session
Date: 31-Jan-2010
From: Seongha Rhee <srheehufs.ac.kr>
Subject: 2010 Seoul International Conference on Linguistics- 'Grammaticalization' Session
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Full Title: 2010 Seoul International Conference on Linguistics-
'Grammaticalization' Session
Short Title: SICOL-2010

Date: 23-Jun-2010 - 25-Jun-2010
Location: Seoul, Korea, South
Contact Person: Hye-Kyung Kang
Meeting Email: hkkangocu.ac.kr
Web Site: http://www.sicol2010.org

Linguistic Field(s): General Linguistics

Call Deadline: 15-Feb-2010

Meeting Description:

The 2010 Seoul International Conference on Linguistics (SICOL-2010)

Theme: Universal Grammar and Particular Languages
Dates: June 23 (Wednesday) - June 25 (Friday), 2010
Venue: Korea University, Seoul, Korea

Organized by:
The Linguistic Society of Korea
BK 21 The Education and Research Group for Korean Language and Literature
of Korea University
The Korean Association for the Study of English Language and Linguistics
The Discourse and Cognitive Linguistics Society of Korea

Sponsored by:
Korea Research Foundation
Korea University
Research Institute for Language and Information, Korea University

Invited Speakers:
Ronald Langacker (UCSD)
Ik-Hwan Lee (Sangmyung University)
Susan Fischer (UCSD)
Michael Kenstowicz (MIT)
Ad Neeleman (University College London)

Call for Papers

The "Grammaticalization" session organizer, Seongha Rhee, solicits abstracts
for the 2010 Seoul International Conference on Linguistics (SICOL-2010). The
Conference will be held from June 23 (Wed) through June 25 (Fri), 2010, at
Korea University, Seoul, Korea. The invited speaker (for grammaticalization)
is Tania Kuteva (Heinrich Heine University Düsseldorf).

All papers are allotted 30 minutes including 10-minute discussion and the
official languages for presentation are English and Korean.

Abstracts should be one page long with one-inch margins and typed in Times New
Roman (Title: 14 point, Body: 10 point). An optional second page is allowed
only for data and references. Submissions are limited to one individual and
one joint abstract per author, or two joint abstracts per author. The abstract
should be written in English by MS Word and be sent to

Please use 'SICOL-2010 GRZ Abstract' as the subject of your e-mail and include
in your e-mail body the following information: (1) Name(s) of author(s), (2)
Title of your paper, (3) Affiliation, (4) Phone number, (5) E-mail address,
(6) Mailing address, and (7) Language for presentation: English or Korean.

Deadline for Submission of Abstracts: February 15, 2010
Notification of Acceptance: February 28, 2010
Deadline for Submission of Full Papers (optional submission): March 31, 2010

Full papers should be written in English by MS Word. Both of the MS Word
version and PDF version should be sent to srheehufs.ac.kr.
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