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Wed Mar 16 2011

Calls: Biolinguistics/USA

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        1.     Bridget Samuels , Workshop on Biolinguistics at the LSA Annual Meeting

Message 1: Workshop on Biolinguistics at the LSA Annual Meeting
Date: 14-Mar-2011
From: Bridget Samuels <bridgetumd.edu>
Subject: Workshop on Biolinguistics at the LSA Annual Meeting
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Full Title: Workshop on Biolinguistics at the LSA Annual Meeting

Date: 05-Jan-2012 - 08-Jan-2012
Location: Portland, OR, USA
Contact Person: Bridget Samuels
Meeting Email: < click here to access email >

Linguistic Field(s): Cognitive Science; General Linguistics; Linguistic Theories

Other Specialty: Biolinguistics

Call Deadline: 10-Apr-2011

Meeting Description:

Biolinguistics Workshop at the 2012 LSA Annual Meeting
Portland, Oregon
January 5-8, 2012

Call for Papers:

In conjunction with the LSA Special Interest Group on Biolinguistics, we invite the submission of abstracts for a proposed Workshop on Biolinguistics at the 2012 LSA Annual Meeting. We invite abstracts on any aspect of the biolinguistic enterprise, keeping in mind that the Special Interest Group on Biolinguistics was founded in part to 'contribute to the field by helping to identify what makes biolinguistics 'bio' (and 'linguistic'), initiate discussions on how it differs from previous models of generative grammar (and how it doesn't), debate whether generative grammar is actually a prerequisite… and so on.'

Abstracts should be between 200-500 words and need not be anonymous. (The LSA reviews Workshop proposals non-anonymously.) Please, no more than one single-authored and one joint-authored abstract per person. All participants are required to be LSA members. However, anyone may submit an abstract, so long as they join the LSA if they ultimately present.

Please send abstracts, preferably in PDF format, to:

Kleanthes Grohmann at kleanthiucy.ac.cy
Bridget Samuels at bridgetumd.edu



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