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LINGUIST List 22.2010

Tue May 10 2011

Calls: Sign Language, Applied Ling, Language Acq, Neuroling/UK

Editor for this issue: Alison Zaharee <alisonlinguistlist.org>

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        1.     Zed Sevcikova , Current Issues in Sign Linguistics, Deafness & Cognition

Message 1: Current Issues in Sign Linguistics, Deafness & Cognition
Date: 10-May-2011
From: Zed Sevcikova <z.sevcikovaucl.ac.uk>
Subject: Current Issues in Sign Linguistics, Deafness & Cognition
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Full Title: Current Issues in Sign Linguistics, Deafness & Cognition
Short Title: CISLDC PG 2011

Date: 16-Sep-2011 - 16-Sep-2011
Location: London, United Kingdom
Contact Person: Zed Sevcikova
Meeting Email: < click here to access email >
Web Site: https://www.ucl.ac.uk/psychlangsci/cisldc2011

Linguistic Field(s): Applied Linguistics; Language Acquisition; Neurolinguistics; Psycholinguistics; Sociolinguistics

Language Family(ies): Deaf Sign Language; Sign Language

Call Deadline: 10-Jun-2011

Meeting Description:

Deafness, Cognition and Language Centre (DCAL) & City University London are hosting the PG Conference on Current issues in Sign Language, Deafness and Cognition (CISLDC), London, September 16th, 2011

University College London, Chandler House
Wakefield Street

The CISLDC 2011 is organised by postgraduate students under the auspices of the Deafness, Cognition, and Language (DCAL) Research Centre, University College London (UCL) and City University. The postgraduate conference aims to offer the opportunity for postgraduate students from various areas related to sign language linguistics to come together to present papers related to their research and to exchange ideas.

Confirmed Plenary Speakers:

Dr. Pamela Perniss (DCAL UCL London, Max Planck Inst., Nijmegen)
Patrick Matthews (Centre for Deaf Studies, Dublin)

2nd Call for Papers:

The deadline for abstract submission to PG Conference on Current Issues in Sign Linguistics, Deafness & Cognition has been extended to June 10th 2011.

Abstracts in English of up to 300 words on any topic related to sign language linguistics are invited for 20-minute oral presentations or poster display.

Submissions for paper / poster talks are welcome on the following areas:

a. Sign language and cognitive linguistics / psycholinguistics
b. Sign language documentation / corpus linguistics
c. Sign language discourse
d. Sign language pragmatics/semantics
e. Sign language phonology
f. Sign language acquisition, development/assessment
g. Sign language variation
h. Sign language syntax/morphology
i. Sign language and gesture
j. Bimodal bilingualism
k. Translation & interpreting studies
l. Sign language processing / neurolinguistics
m. Deafness and Literacy acquisition
n. Atypical sign language development

All submissions will be peer-reviewed. Submissions must be emailed to CISLDC11gmail.com by June 10th 2011.

For registration form and other information about abstract guidelines and submission go to the conference webpage: https://www.ucl.ac.uk/psychlangsci/cisldc2011/callpapers

The official languages of the conference are English and British Sign Language (BSL).

All attendees and presenters must register.

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