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Thu 27 Apr 1995

Calls: Nostratic, Lx Society of Korea, Language development

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  1. Alexis Manaster Ramer, Call for Papers on Nostratic Special Issue of Rivista di Ling.
  2. KIM Tae-ok, Call For Papers: SICOL 95
  3. BU Conference on Language Development, BUCLD '95- Abstract Submission Deadline Extended

Message 1: Call for Papers on Nostratic Special Issue of Rivista di Ling.

Date: Thu, 20 Apr 1995 19:56:52 Call for Papers on Nostratic Special Issue of Rivista di Ling.
From: Alexis Manaster Ramer <amrCS.Wayne.EDU>
Subject: Call for Papers on Nostratic Special Issue of Rivista di Ling.

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I have been asked to edit a special issue of Rivista di Linguistica,
to appear late next year, on Nostratic and related topics. I am
soliciting submissions. At this stage, I would prefer a brief
abstract, to be submitted electronically, to be followed by
a full paper, also to be submitted by email by July 31. The full
papers will be peer-reviewed. The final versions of all papers
will have to be in by January 1, 1996.

Alexis Manaster Ramer
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Message 2: Call For Papers: SICOL 95

Date: Mon, 24 Apr 1995 13:14:00 Call For Papers: SICOL 95
From: KIM Tae-ok <ktaeokccs.sogang.ac.kr>
Subject: Call For Papers: SICOL 95

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Call For Papers

1995 International Conference on Linguistics
 Marking the 20th Anniversary of
 the Linguistic Society of Korea
 (July 3 - 7, 1995)

 Paiknam Music Hall, Hanyang University
 Seoul, Korea

 Organized by the Linguistic Society of Korea

 The Linguistic Society of Korea is organizing an international
conference on linguistics celebrating the 20th anniversary of the
foundation of the Linguistic Society of Korea (LSK). It will consist of
lectures given by invited speakers and presentation of submitted papers.
Leading scholars from Europe and the United States of America will
discuss current issues in their fields of specialization.

 People who are interested in presenting papers at the conference are
invited to submit a one-page abstract of the paper no later than May 31,
1995. Abstract submissions should include a 3" by 5" card with the title
of the paper, full name(s) of the auther(s), and the address of the
(primary) author, including e-mail address if available. Each paper will
be allotted 30 minutes for presentation and discussion. Submitted
abstracts will be reviewed by readers, and authors of selected papers
will be notified by June 15, 1995.

 For Further Information, please contact:

 Prof. Young-Seok Kim
 Department of English
 Sogang University
 Seoul, 121-742, Korea

 E-mail: yskimccs.sogang.ac.kr
 Phone: 82-2-705-8291, 82-2-706-5526
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Message 3: BUCLD '95- Abstract Submission Deadline Extended

Date: Wed, 26 Apr 95 22:01:42 -0BUCLD '95- Abstract Submission Deadline Extended
From: BU Conference on Language Development <langconflouis-xiv.bu.edu>
Subject: BUCLD '95- Abstract Submission Deadline Extended

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WE ARE EXTENDING THE SUBMISSIONS DEADLINE TO THE CONFERENCE TO MONDAY, MAY 8.
We have received a number of complaints about the lateness of our mailed
call for papers, traced mainly to processing delays with the University's
mail services. In the interest of fairness we have decided to extend the
deadline for submissions by one week, to May 8.

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 The 20th Annual

 Boston University Conference on Language Development

 November 3, 4 and 5, 1995

 Keynote Speaker: Lila Gleitman, University of Pennsylvania
 Plenary Speaker: Lydia White, McGill University

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 FIRST AND SECOND LANGUAGE ACQUISITION

All topics in the field of language acquisition will be fully considered,
including:

 Bilingualism Literacy
 Cognition & Language Narrative
 Creoles & Pidgins Neurolinguistics
 Discourse Pragmatics
 Exceptional Language Pre-linguistic Development
 Input & Interaction Signed Languages
 Language Disorders Sociolinguistics
 Lexicon Speech Perception & Production
 Linguistic Theory (Syntax, Semantics, Phonology, Morphology)

Abstracts submitted must represent original, unpublished research.
Presentations will be 20 minutes long, plus 10 minutes for questions.

PLEASE SUBMIT:

 1) six copies of an anonymous, clearly titled 450-word
 summary for review

 2) one copy of a 150-word abstract for use in conference
 program book if abstract is accepted; (if your paper is
 accepted, you will be asked to resubmit your 150-word
 abstract in electronic form, either on diskette or by
 e-mail. Requests for these program abstracts will be
 sent with acceptance letters.)

 3) one 3 x 5 card stating:

 i) title, ii) topic area, iii) audiovisual requests, and
 iv) for EACH author:

 a) Full name & affiliation d) Summer address & phone
 b) Current address & phone e) Summer e-mail address
 c) E-mail address f) Fax number

Please include a self-addressed, stamped postcard for acknowledgment
of receipt. Notification of acceptance or rejection will be sent by
late July. Pre-registration materials and preliminary schedule will
be available in late August 1995.

All authors who present papers at the conference will be invited to
contribute their papers to the Proceedings Volumes. Those papers will
be due in January, 1996.

Note: All conference papers will be selected on the basis of abstracts
submitted. Although each abstract will be evaluated individually, we will
attempt to honor requests to schedule accepted papers together in group
sessions.

Submissions must be received by May 8, 1995. Send submissions to:

 Boston University
 Conference on Language Development
 138 Mountfort Street
 Boston, MA 02215 U.S.A.

 Telephone: (617) 353-3085
 E-mail: langconflouis-xiv.bu.edu
 infolouis-xiv.bu.edu (automated reply)

(WE REGRET THAT WE CANNOT ACCEPT ABSTRACT SUBMISSIONS BY FAX OR E-MAIL.)
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