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LINGUIST List 22.1131

Tue Mar 08 2011

Calls: English, General Linguistics/United Kingdom

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        1.     Alex Ho-Cheong Leung , 2nd International Workshop on the Structure of the NP in English

Message 1: 2nd International Workshop on the Structure of the NP in English
Date: 08-Mar-2011
From: Alex Ho-Cheong Leung <h.c.leungncl.ac.uk>
Subject: 2nd International Workshop on the Structure of the NP in English
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Full Title: 2nd International Workshop on the Structure of the NP in English
Short Title: NP2

Date: 15-Sep-2011 - 16-Sep-2011
Location: Newcastle upon Tyne, United Kingdom
Contact Person: Alex Ho-Cheong Leung
Meeting Email: < click here to access email >

Linguistic Field(s): General Linguistics

Subject Language(s): English

Call Deadline: 15-Apr-2011

Meeting Description:

2nd International Workshop on the Structure of the Noun Phrase in English – Synchronic and Diachronic Explorations
15 and 16 September 2011, Newcastle University, Newcastle upon Tyne, UK

Following the successful NP1 workshop, held in Vigo on 2-3 October 2009, we are pleased to announce the 2nd Vigo-Newcastle-Santiago-Leuven International Workshop on 'The Structure of the Noun Phrase in English – Synchronic and Diachronic Explorations' (NP2), to be held at Newcastle University (UK) on 15 and 16 September 2011.

Keynote speaker:

David Denison (University of Manchester)

Organisers:

The Centre for Research in Linguistics and Language Sciences (CRiLLS) at Newcastle University (http://www.ncl.ac.uk/linguistics/).

Call for Papers:

This workshop aims to bring together linguists currently looking at any aspect of the English noun phrase from any point of view (syntactic, pragmatic, structural, functional, textual, descriptive, synchronic or diachronic). We would therefore like to invite presentations concerned with any topic involving NPs, including the following:

- Relationship between NP-internal structure and the clausal function of NPs
- NP types, including binominal phrases, discontinuous NPs and possessive constructions
- Structural representation of NPs and their constituents
- Strategies of premodification, postmodification and complementation in the NP
- Headedness and NPs
- Implications of particular theoretical frameworks for NP structure
- Diachronic, syntactic, cognitive and/or construction-based perspectives on any of the above

Abstracts must be submitted in MS Word or RTF format as an e-mail attachment to h.c.leungncl.ac.uk by 15 April 2011. The e-mail should use the subject header 'NP2 abstract 2011'. Abstracts should be not more than one page in length (single-spaced), including any references. The page should be headed only by the title of the paper and not mention the presenter(s) nor their affiliations or addresses. The accompanying e-mail should include:

(a) Title of the paper
(b) Name(s) of the author(s)
(c) Institutional affiliation(s)
(d) E-mail address(es)

Notification of acceptance will be sent out by 30 April, 2011.

Publication:

Authors of papers accepted for presentation will be invited to submit their paper for publication in a special journal issue or volume with an international publisher. Papers will be subject to refereeing.

Important Dates:

15 April 2011: Deadline for abstract submission
30 April 2011: Notification of acceptance or rejection
15-16 September 2011: NP2 Workshop at Newcastle upon Tyne, UK

Contact: Alex Ho-Cheong Leung at h.c.leungncl.ac.uk



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