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Thu Feb 24 2011

Calls: General Linguistics/Philippines

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        1.     Michael Manahan , 11th Philippine Linguistics Congress

Message 1: 11th Philippine Linguistics Congress
Date: 24-Feb-2011
From: Michael Manahan <michael.s.manahangmail.com>
Subject: 11th Philippine Linguistics Congress
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Full Title: 11th Philippine Linguistics Congress
Short Title: 11th PLC

Date: 07-Dec-2011 - 09-Dec-2011
Location: Diliman, Quezon City, Philippines
Contact Person: Michael Manahan
Meeting Email: < click here to access email >
Web Site: http://linggwistiks.weebly.com

Linguistic Field(s): General Linguistics

Call Deadline: 20-Jul-2011

Meeting Description:

The conference focuses on the most current advances in the study of Philippine languages, and in the application of linguistic theory to disciplines in the Philippines. The conference also looks into the contemporary comparative studies made between Philippine languages and foreign languages.

Call for Papers:

Scholars from academe and language advocacy groups who have conducted research on Philippine linguistics are invited to submit an abstract with the following details and format:

I. Title (no more than 20 words) and name of proponent/s
II. Abstract (maximum 500 words)
III. A separate page references (not more than 1 page)

Abstracts may be in English or Filipino. Along with the abstract, please fill out the Participant's Information Form and send it electronically to 11thplcgmail.com no later than 20 July 2011.

With Philippine languages as working languages, topics for the paper may include:

Theoretical Linguistics:

- Phonetics and Phonology
- Morphology
- Syntax
- Diachronic Linguistics
- Dialectology
- Typology
- Semantics / Pragmatics
- Lexicography


Linguistics and Other Disciplines:

- Anthropology (Ethnolinguistics / Folklore / Ethnomusicology)
- Education (Language Teaching, Language Learning, Methodology, Sign Language, Writing, Bilingualism, Multilingualism, Language Policy)
- Engineering and Mathematics (Machine Translation, Speech Synthesis, Corpus Analysis, Computational Linguistics)
- Language and Society / Identity
- Law and Governance (Forensic Linguistics, Language Policy)
- Literature, Arts and Communication (Discourse Analysis, Translation, Non-verbals)
- Medical Science (Speech Pathology, Neurolinguistics)
- Psychology (Cognitive, Psycholinguistics)
- Philosophy of Language



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