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Wed 30 Sep 1992

Calls: Cognitive Lx, Computer-mediated comm, Corpus-Based Lx

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  1. GEERAERTS DIRK, Conferences: Cognitive Linguistics
  2. Brenda Danet, Call for Papers
  3. Cathy Ball, Call for Papers: Corpus-Based Linguistics

Message 1: Conferences: Cognitive Linguistics

Date: Mon, 28 Sep 92 11:28:01 +0Conferences: Cognitive Linguistics
From: GEERAERTS DIRK <FFAAB01BLEKUL11.bitnet>
Subject: Conferences: Cognitive Linguistics


 3rd International Cognitive Linguistics Conference
 REMINDER: DEADLINE FOR ABSTRACTS

If you intend to contribute a paper to the 3rd International Cognitive
Linguistics Conference (which will be held in Leuven, Belgium, from
July 19 to 23, 1993), please send four copies of a one-page abstract to
the following address. The deadline for submission is November 1.

 Dirk Geeraerts / ICLA93
 Departement Linguistiek
 University of Leuven
 Blijde-Inkomststraat 21
 B-3000 Leuven, Belgium.
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Message 2: Call for Papers

Date: Tue, 29 Sep 1992 11:19 ISTCall for Papers
From: Brenda Danet <kcubdHUJIVM1.bitnet>
Subject: Call for Papers


****CALL FOR PAPERS ON COMPUTER-MEDIATED COMMUNICATION****

 International Pragmatics Association Conference

 July 25-30, 1993
 Kobe, Japan

I am interested in organizing a panel on computer-mediated
communication, with the preliminary title, "Linguistic and
Cultural Aspects of Computer-Mediated Communication."
Papers may deal with private electronic mail, discussion
lists (moderated or unmoderated), or interactive modes like
IRC (Internet Relay Chat) and MuDs (Multi-User Domains).
Ideally, the panel will discuss not only linguistic aspects
of these forms of communication but their implications for
identity, culture and community, or for orality, literacy,
and the history of writing. If it not possible to put together
3-4 papers on CMC alone, the panel might also discuss communi-
cation in other new technologies, such as fax or answering
machines.

Although it is rather late to organize such a panel (the dead-
line is Nov. 1), I have the encouragement of one of the program
committee members, Bruce Fraser, to do so. The very technologies
which we will talk about will make this possible!

Please send abstracts and preliminary suggestions ASAP to *both*

Prof. Brenda Danet BITNET: kcubdhujivm1
Dept. of Communication INTERNET: kcubdvm1.huji.ac.il
Hebrew University of Jerusalem FAX: 972-2-827069
Mt. Scopus
Jerusalem, Israel 91905

*and*

Prof. Bruce Fraser BITNET: sed91ln at buacca
School of Education FAX: 617-353-3924
Boston University

 N.B. I will be in Boston between October 4 and 10, so if at all
 possible please send abstracts and queries to Bruce and me
 during that week, c/o his Bitnet address above, or by fax.
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Message 3: Call for Papers: Corpus-Based Linguistics

Date: Tue, 29 Sep 1992 13:47 EDTCall for Papers: Corpus-Based Linguistics
From: Cathy Ball <CBALLguvax.acc.georgetown.edu>
Subject: Call for Papers: Corpus-Based Linguistics

				Call for Papers
	Georgetown University Round Table On Languages and Linguistics (GURT)
			Pre-Session: CORPUS-BASED LINGUISTICS

			 Wednesday March 10, 1993

The analysis of large text corpora is engaging the interest of linguists from
many subfields, as the field turns away from linguistic analysis based on
introspection to data-oriented approaches. Currently, insights are not fully
shared, as the subfields and related disciplines often present research at
different conferences. For this full-day GURT pre-session, 20-minute
papers are solicited on the following topics:

	- the design and collection of text/speech corpora
	- tools for searching and processing on-line corpora
	- critical assessments of on-line corpora and corpus-processing tools
	- methodological issues in corpus-based analysis
	- applications and results in linguistics and related
	disciplines, including language teaching, computational linguistics,
	historical linguistics, discourse analysis, and stylistic analysis

Send 1 page (500-word) abstracts to cballguvax.georgetown.edu (Internet),
cballguvax (Bitnet), or Catherine N. Ball, Dept. of Linguistics,
Georgetown University, Washington DC 20057. Electronic submissions are
encouraged. Please include name, institution, address, telephone number, and
e-mail address.
Deadline for receipt of abstracts is Dec. 1, 1992.
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