LINGUIST List 22.4752|
Tue Nov 29 2011
Calls: Chinese, Korean, General Linguistics/China
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1. David Silva ,
Xuzhou Conference on Linguistic Sciences
Message 1: Xuzhou Conference on Linguistic Sciences
From: David Silva <djsilvauta.edu>
Subject: Xuzhou Conference on Linguistic Sciences
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Full Title: Xuzhou Conference on Linguistic Sciences
Short Title: XNU 2012
Date: 05-Jul-2012 - 08-Jul-2012
Location: Xuzhou City, Jiangsu Province, China
Contact Person: David Silva
Meeting Email: < click here to access email >
Web Site: http://ling.uta.edu/~david/ICKL-XNU-2012/index.htm
Linguistic Field(s): General Linguistics
Subject Language(s): Chinese, Mandarin; Korean
Call Deadline: 28-Dec-2011
The International Circle of Korean Linguistics and the School of Linguistics of the Xuzhou Normal University are pleased to announce a joint conference on linguistics. For this special joint conference, we welcome abstracts from linguists working on any language. We especially invite participation by scholars and students conducting research on Korean, Chinese, and the intersection of these two languages.
For information on the 18th International Conference on Korean Linguistics, please visit:
2nd Call for Papers:
Extended Deadline for Abstracts
Abstracts are solicited for 20 minute presentations (followed by 10 minutes of discussion) on any aspect of linguistics that addresses phenomena in any language, with a special emphasis on research that addresses Korean, Chinese, and the intersection of these two. All presentations at the conference must be delivered in English; in addition, all abstracts must be written in English.
Abstracts must be submitted electronically using 'EasyAbs'. The electronic file may contain up to two pages.
Page 1 (required) should begin with the title of the presentation (12-point font, bold, centered on the page), followed by a blank line, followed by the main text of the abstract. This text should not extend beyond a single page. Moreover, it should be typed using a 12-point font and single-spaced. Note: page 1 should not include the name(s) of the author(s).
Page 2 (optional) should include tables, figures, and other information that support the main text on page 1. It should also provide references (if necessary). Note that page 2 should not include any part of the abstract's main text.
The abstract file must be in one of the following formats: .doc, or .pdf. If your abstract includes any non-standard fonts, you should submit your file as a .pdf file and embed the special fonts into the document.
To submit an abstract to this special collaborative conference, visit:
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