LINGUIST List 22.280|
Sun Jan 16 2011
Calls: Russian, Philosophy of Lang, Historical Ling, Ling & Lit/Russia
Editor for this issue: Amy Brunett
New! Visit LL's Multitree project for over 1000 trees dynamically generated from scholarly hypotheses about language relationships:
LINGUIST is pleased to announce the launch of an exciting new feature: Easy Abstracts! Easy Abs is a free abstract submission and review facility designed to help conference organizers and reviewers accept and process abstracts online. Just go to: http://www.linguistlist.org/confcustom, and begin your conference customization process today! With Easy Abstracts, submission and review will be as easy as 1-2-3!
1. Ekaterina Kislova ,
Section 'Philology' of Conference
Message 1: Section 'Philology' of Conference
From: Ekaterina Kislova <conf.philolgmail.com>
Subject: Section 'Philology' of Conference
E-mail this message to a friend
Full Title: Section 'Philology' of Conference
Short Title: Lomonosov
Date: 14-Apr-2011 - 15-Apr-2011
Location: Moscow, Russia
Contact Person: Ekaterina Kislova
Meeting Email: < click here to access email >
Web Site: http://lomonosov-msu.ru/eng/lomonosov.html
Linguistic Field(s): General Linguistics; Historical Linguistics; Ling & Literature; Philosophy of Language
Subject Language(s): Russian
Call Deadline: 25-Feb-2011
We are glad to inform you that the Section “Philology” is to take place on the Philological Faculty of the Moscow State University during the XVIIIth International Conference for Students, Postgraduates and Young Scholars on the 14-15th of April in 2011.
-The Russian Language (its history, etymology, dialectology, phonetics and phonology, lexicol-ogy and lexicography, morphology, syntax, language of fiction, speech and text, cognitive linguistics)
-Russian for Foreign Students (theory and methodology of teaching)
-General and Contrastive Linguistics
-Theoretical and Applied Linguistics
-Philology of Slavonic Languages
-Byzantian and Romaic Philology
-The English Language
-The French Language
-The German Language
-Germanic and Celtic Studies
-Baltic Literature and Languages
-Theory of Literature (the main issues, comparative literary criticism)
-History of the Russian Literature (the Old Russian literature, the literature of the XVIIIc., the literature of the XIXc.)
-History of the Russian Literature of the XXc. (literature of the Silver Age, literature of the XXc., Russian-language literature abroad, the newer Russian literature)
-History of the World Literature.
The following Panel Discussions are to be held:
-Dedicated to the 300th anniversary of M.V. Lomonosov’s Birth: Language and Literature of the XVIII th century.
-Dedicated to the 180th anniversary of N.S. Leskov’s Birth: The Language and Poetics of the Works by N.S. Leskov.
-Dedicated to the 190th anniversary of F.M. Dostoevskiy’s Birth: F.M. Dostoevskiy in terms of literary criticism and linguistics.
-Dedicated to the 200th anniversary of V.G. Belinskiy’s Birth: Literature and Literary Criticism: Tradi-tions and Innovations.
-Dedicated to the 140th anniversary of publishing Through the Looking-Glass, and What Alice Found There by Lewis Carroll: Alice in Terms of Culture, Literature and Linguistics.
The information on the previous conferences can be found in the site of the Young Researchers’ Society. Follow the news at www.philol.msu.ru/~smu, please.
The summary of your paper is to be sent via www.lomonosov-msu.ru/~smu from 1st of January, till 25th of February, 2011 (use our electronic registration system). It is the only way of sending your summary. Pay attention to the Requirements for the Arrangement and Design.
The summaries will be selected on a competitive basis. The collection of the summaries is to be published by the Organizing Committee (on a CD with ISBN). Please, e-mail Ekaterina Igorevna Kislova, the Executive Secretary, if having any questions: conf.philol gmail.com.
Students, postgraduates and young scholars (namely teachers without a scientific degree, applicants, lec-turers and candidate senior professors under the age of 35) are allowed to participate in the Conference.
Distance participation in correspondence is not provided.
We will be glad to see our young colleagues.
Organization Committee of the Philology Section
Call for Papers:
Requirements for the Arrangement and Design of the Summaries:
The summary of your paper is to be sent via www.lomonosov-msu.ru/~smu from 1st of January, till 25th of February, 2011 (use our electronic registration system). It is the only way of sending your summary. Otherwise arranged summaries are not to be registered.
1. Size - no more than 6,000 characters (including spaces). Statistics should be checked through "service - statistics,"; otherwise you'll receive an approximate result. Any theses that exceed the required size will be automatically rejected. The upper and the lower margins of a page should be 2cm, the left and the right ones – 2.5cm.
2. Font: Use only Times New Roman. For the Greek language, use the panel 'Symbols' in this font, for the Old Russian letters use Lucida Sans Unicode or Palatino Linotype fonts that include yat, theta and yuses. In the comments you should add 'the examples are given in a simplified orthography'. Font size should be 12, single spaced, proper alignment: Initial margin: 1.25 cm. The beginning of a paragraph should not be done by tabulating (using Tab key) or utilizing the space bar. Use the panel 'For-mat – paragraph – standoff: first line – 1.25cm.'
3. Any footnotes are inappropriate. The references should be formed by square brackets when referring to literature. Included in square brackets should be the name of the author, the publication year (if there are several texts by the same author) and the page numbers of the quoted texts. For example, two works by Ivanov in the years 2000 and 2002 are used in a thesis. The reference to the first work should be arranged this way: [Ivanov 2000: 51]; the second – [Ivanov 2002: 151]. If there is one work by Petrov used in the thesis, it should be arranged this way: [Petrov: 50]. Reference variations: [Petrov, Ivanov: 67-68], [Same: 69].
4. The works (no more than 5) used for your thesis should be listed at the end of the text under the heading: 'Literature'. You should make reference only to the quoted works. The works that you have read or are just important scientific articles should not be listed. All the titles should be arranged as follows: Petrov V.V. A Great and Profound work. M., 1999. Ivanov V.V. A greater and more profound work. Paris, 2000. Petrov V.V., Ivanov V.V. How we wrote our great works // Gardening Bulletin. 2001. № 5. P.67-68. Ivanov V.V. Complete works in 13 volumes. SPb., 2002. T.8. Only Moscow (M.), Leningrad (L.) and St. Petersburg (SPb.) are abbreviated. Page numbers for individual articles are to be given in the Bibliography. The name of the publishing house and the number of pages are not to be given. Punctuation marks, spaces and capital/lower-case letters are crucially important. References to internet resources are to be registered in a simplified way: Gramota.ru: http://www.gramota.ru/ The more comprehensive list of requirements for the design and the patterns of Bibliography can be found at the site of the Young Researchers' Society: www.philol.msu.ru/~smu.
5. The summary must contain the following imprint in lower-case letters (no Caps Lock, please!):
-A new line, centrally aligned: the title of the work;
-A new line, centrally aligned: your surname (is to be the first!) and name;
-A new line, centrally aligned: your current status (student/post-graduate/research worker, etc.) and academic degree;
-At the same line – the full name of your university/college, then the city and the state. For example,
My First, but still Outstanding Work
Ivanova Maria Vasiljevna
A student of The Paris Gardening College, Paris, France
No full stops at the end of the line, please! Anonymous works will be rejected without any consideration.
6. Paintings and charts must be legible and monochrome (black hatching is allowed). Do not introduce too many pictures and tables into your summary. Tables should not make up more than one third of the work.
7. The summary must be written without any mistakes. The ones with solecisms, stylistic mistakes or wrong punctuation will not be considered. The working languages of our conference are Russian and English.
8. A summary may have 2 co-authors maximum. Each of them must be a student, a postgraduate or a young researcher. Co-authorship with one's supervisor is forbidden.
9. The summaries will be selected on a competitive basis. Distance participation in correspondence cannot be provided.
New! Visit LL's Multitree project for over 1000 trees dynamically generated
from scholarly hypotheses about language relationships:
Read more issues|LINGUIST home page|Top of issue
Page Updated: 16-Jan-2011
While the LINGUIST List makes every effort to ensure the linguistic relevance of sites listed
on its pages, it cannot vouch for their contents.