LINGUIST List 5.390

Tue 05 Apr 1994

Calls: HILP2 phonology conf, WECOL94, Asian Reading Congress

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  1. "Norval Smith, call for papers for HILP2 phonology conference
  2. Western Conference on Linguistics, WECOL94 call for papers
  3. Bob Hvitfeldt, CALL: Asian Reading Congress

Message 1: call for papers for HILP2 phonology conference

Date: Mon, 04 Apr 1994 14:03 +01call for papers for HILP2 phonology conference
From: "Norval Smith <>
Subject: call for papers for HILP2 phonology conference



The Holland Institute for Generative Linguistics (HIL) is organizing a
follow-up to the very successful HILP phonology meeting held in Leiden last
 HILP2 will take place at the UNIVERSITY OF AMSTERDAM from the 25th to
the 27th January 1995.
 Papers are invited on any phonological topic. We encourage the
submission of abstracts on the following topics however:

 1. Constraints
 2. Phonological spects of lesser-known languages
 3. Computational aspects (e.g. phonological databases, implementations)

The conference will comprise 20 talks of 40 minutes duration (30 mins. + 10
mins. discussion).

Camera-ready abstracts should be sent in 5-fold (4 anonymous copies, 1 copy
with name and affiliation) to:

 c/o Norval Smith or Marina Nespor
 The University of Amsterdam
 Spuistraat 210
 1012 VT Amsterdam
 The Netherlands

The abstracts should be two pages in length. They should be printed in
Times Roman 12pts, one and a half line spacing, with 1" margin all round.
 The submission of abstracts by e-mail will not be accepted.

DEADLINE for abstracts: July 1st 1994

Enquiries concerning HILP2 should be made via our e-mail address: (as from 7th April)

Preregistration: 45 Dutch Guilders/25 US Dollars payable to our Netherlands
Postbank Giro account number 5990342 between September 1st and October 31st.
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Message 2: WECOL94 call for papers

Date: Fri, 1 Apr 94 21:19:35 -08WECOL94 call for papers
From: Western Conference on Linguistics <wecolBIOLOGY.UCLA.EDU>
Subject: WECOL94 call for papers

 C A L L F O R P A P E R S

 W E C O L '9 4

 (Western Conference on Linguistics)


 21-23 OCTOBER, 1994




Abstracts are invited for 20-minute talks in all areas of linguistic
theory. Abstracts should be anonymous, and should be no longer
than one page, with one inch margins, in typeface no smaller than 12
characters per inch. An additional page with examples and references
may be included. Please provide 10 copies of the abstract. Authors
should identify themselves on a separate 3"x5" index card, and should
include the title and author's address, affiliation, telephone number,
and e-mail address.

In addition, papers are invited for two workshops to be held in
conjunction with WECOL, entitled:






Invited Speaker: B. Alan Dresher, University of Toronto

Abstracts should be sent to the following address:

 Chair, Abstracts Committee
 WECOL '94
 Department of Linguistics
 University of California, Los Angeles
 405 Hilgard Avenue
 Los Angeles, CA 90024
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Message 3: CALL: Asian Reading Congress

Date: Tue, 5 Apr 1994 13:29 +080CALL: Asian Reading Congress
From: Bob Hvitfeldt <>
Subject: CALL: Asian Reading Congress

Call for Papers
Asian Reading Congress

The Society for Reading and Literacy (Singapore) and International
Development in Asia Committee, International Reading Association are
jointly organizing a congress on Literacy and Biliteracy in Asia: Problems
and Issues in the Next Decade to be held in Singapore from 22-24 June
1995. The Congress will include presentations of papers, symposia,
workshops, and research roundtables. Papers are invited in areas
including, but not limited to, the following:

* Emerging global issues in literacy
* Bilingualism and biculturalism
* Models of bilingual education
* Reading/Writing: Evaluation and standards
* Teaching students with literacy difficulties
* Early literacy and the bilingual leaner
* Parents as teachers
* Children's literature in an Asian context
* Young adult literature in an Asian context
* Adult literacy
* Technology and literacy
* Literacy learning and the arts
* The teacher as researcher
* Metacognition and biliteracy.

 Deadline for submissions 30 May, 1994

For more information please contact:
Ms. Koshu Lulla
ARC 1995 Conference Secretariat
c/o Tele-Temps Pte Ltd
1002 Toa Payoh Industrial Park #06-1475
Singapore 1231
Tel: (65) 250-7700
Fax: (65) 253-2228
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