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Tue Feb 01 2011

Calls: Spanish, Socioling, Anthroling, Discourse Analysis/USA

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Message 1: Conference on Indigenous Languages of Latin America V
Date: 30-Jan-2011
From: Nora England <nenglandmail.utexas.edu>
Subject: Conference on Indigenous Languages of Latin America V
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Full Title: Conference on Indigenous Languages of Latin America V
Short Title: CILLA V

Date: 06-Oct-2011 - 08-Oct-2011
Location: Austin Texas, USA
Contact Person: Nora England
Meeting Email: < click here to access email >

Linguistic Field(s): Anthropological Linguistics; Discourse Analysis; Sociolinguistics

Subject Language(s): Spanish

Call Deadline: 02-May-2011

Meeting Description:

The fifth Conference On Indigenous Languages Of Latin America will be held October 6-8, 2011, at the University of Texas at Austin. Conference on any aspect of indigenous languages of Latin America. Spanish is
the preferred language.

CILLA V Keynote Speakers:

Pedro Mateo Pedro, Harvard University
Frank Seifart, EVA-MPI Leipzig
Luciana Storto, Universidade de São Paulo
Roberto Zavala, CIESAS Sureste


Call for Papers:

Convocatoria - CILLA V
Centro para Idiomas Indígenas de Latinoamérica, la Universidad de Texas, Austin

El quinto CONGRESO DE IDIOMAS INDÍGENAS DE LATINOAMÉRICA se llevará a cabo el 6-8 de octubre del 2011 en la Universidad de Texas en Austin. Se invitan resúmenes/abstractos sobre investigaciones de cualquier tema acerca de idiomas indígenas. No se aceptarán ponencias ya publicadas. Los temas pueden incluir, pero no se limitan a:

Gramática
Antropología Lingüística
Sociolingüística
Planificación Lingüística
Politicas Lingüísticas
Teoría Lingüística
Lingüística Histórica
Mantenimiento O Pérdida Lingüística
Discurso
Literatura Indígena
Colaboración con la Comunidad

Se prefiere castellano para las presentaciones; también se aceptan inglés y portugués.

Las ponencias son de 20 minutos con 10 minutos para preguntas y comentarios. Se seleccionarán con base en una evaluación anónima del resumen/abstracto, el cual no debe exceder 500 palabras. Se prefieren resúmenes enviados electrónicamente. No se acepta más que una ponencia.

La fecha límite para recibir los resúmenes es el 2 de mayo de 2011. Favor de mandar el resumen a: nenglandmail.utexas.edu. Sujeto: Resumen CILLA V. Favor de incluir la siguiente información (en este orden) en el mensaje pero no en el resumen:

1. Título
2. Nombre y apellidos del autor
3. Afiliación institucional del autor
4. Correo electrónico donde se puede mandar la notificación
5. Equipo necesario para la presentación
6. Un resumen/abstracto de no más de 500 palabras (como archivo Word.

Nombre del archivo: Apellido_Inicialdenombre_CILLAV). Se manda notificación de aceptación o no el 31 de mayo.

Inscripción: (en el Congreso, no se aceptan tarjetas de crédito)

Estudiantes US$20; no estudiantes US$40; hay becas de inscripción para hablantes de idiomas indígenas.

Información:

Nora England
University of Texas at Austin
1 University Station B5100
Austin, TX 78712-0198, USA
correo electrónico: nenglandmail.utexas.edu
http://www.utexas.edu/cola/insts/llilas/cilla/index/
Ponencias de los CILLA anteriores: http://www.ailla.utexas.org/site/events.html

Call for Papers – CILLA V
Center for Indigenous Languages of Latin America, the University of Texas at Austin

We invite the submission of abstracts on research about any aspect of Latin American indigenous languages. Already published papers will not be accepted. Topics may include, but are not limited to:

Grammar
Linguistic Anthropology
Sociolinguistics
Language Planning
Language Politics
Linguistic Theory
Historical Linguistics
Language Vitality
Discourse
Indigenous Literatures
Cooperation with the Community

Spanish is encouraged for presentations; English and Portuguese are also acceptable.

Speakers are allowed 20 minutes for presentation and 10 minutes for discussion. Papers will be selected based on the evaluation of an anonymous abstract, which may not exceed 500 words. Electronic submissions are encouraged. We cannot accept more than one paper per author.

Submissions: Deadline for receipt of abstracts is May 2, 2011. Please send your abstract to nenglandmail.utexas.edu, Subject: CILLA V abstract. Please include in the following order (in your message, but not in the abstract):

1. Title of the paper
2. Author's name
3. Author's affiliation
4. E-mail address at which the author wishes to be notified
5. Equipment needs for the presentation.
6. An abstract of 500 words maximum (please send as a Word attachment.

Title of Word file: Lastname_Firstinitial_CILLAV).
Notification of acceptance or rejection will be sent by May 31.

Registration: (at meeting, no credit cards)

$20 students; $40 non-students; registration scholarships for speakers of indigenous languages

Contacts:

Nora England
University of Texas at Austin
1 University Station B5100
Austin, TX 78712-0198
e-mail: nenglandmail.utexas.edu
http://www.utexas.edu/cola/insts/llilas/cilla/index/
Previous CILLA papers: http://www.ailla.utexas.org/site/events.html



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