LINGUIST List 6.956

Tue Jul 11 1995

Calls: Cognitive linguistics, Generative syntax

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Message 1: Cognitive Linguistics Research Notes

Date: Fri, 07 Jul 1995 13:16:27 Cognitive Linguistics Research Notes
From: <clrnvirtual.park.uga.edu>
Subject: Cognitive Linguistics Research Notes


 **Call for Papers** **Call for Papers** **Call for Papers**

 Cognitive Linguistics Research Notes
 (a peer reviewed electronic journal)


 Head Editors
 Seana Coulson and Edward Robinson
 (U. C. San Diego) (University of Georgia)


Statement of Purpose:

Cognitive Linguistics Research Notes is a bi-annual, moderated
electronic journal of cognitive linguistics research. We seek to
provide a forum for research notes, squibs, selections of data,
briefs, abstracts and other findings which are of interest to the
greater cognitive linguistics community but are not of sufficient
detail, depth or quantity to allow for presentation in a more
established venue. We invite anyone interested in cognitive
linguistics to submit.

Submission Requirements:

Submissions must not exceed 300 words in length. The topics may
include anything which is of interest to the greater cognitive and
functional linguistic communities. We do not significantly edit
contributions nor accept works provisionally. For this reason, please
proofread your submissions thoroughly for grammatical, spelling, and
typographical errors.

Frequency of publication and review/acceptance policy:

Cognitive Linguistics Research Notes is published bi-annually in the
Fall and Spring. All submissions will be collected for review by
e-mail at clrnvirtual.park.uga.edu. Reviews
will occur one month prior to each edition, and letters of
acceptance/rejection will be mailed out shortly afterwards.

How to submit:

Send your word squib by e-mail to: clrnvirtual.park.uga.edu

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Board of Editors:

Michel Achard University of Florida, Gainsville
Rich Epstein Duke University
Michael Israel University of California, San Diego
Laura Michaelis University of Colorado, Boulder
Eric Pederson Max Plank Institute for Psycholinguistics
Joanna Rubba California Polytechnic

Associate Editor:

Claudia Brugman University of Otago
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Message 2: generative syntax

Date: Tue, 11 Jul 1995 16:19:32 generative syntax
From: DUPUIS FERNANDE <digs4er.uqam.ca>
Subject: generative syntax


PLEASE POST PLEASE POST PLEASE POST
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 CALL FOR PAPERS

4TH DIACHRONIC GENERATIVE SYNTAX CONFERENCE
 (DIGS 4)
 UNIVERSITE DU QUEBEC A MONTREAL
 MONTREAL, CANADA


INVITED SPEAKERS:
 A. Kroch (University of Pennsylvania)
 A. Kemenade (Vrye Universiteit of Amsterdam)
 C. Lefebvre (Universite du Quebec a Montreal)
 G. Longobardi (University of Venice)
 J. Lumsden (Universite du Quebec a Montreal)
 C. Marchello-Nizia (ENS Fontenay-aux-Roses)
 J.-Y. Pollock (Universite de Picardie)
 M.- L Rivero (University of Ottawa)
 I. Roberts (University of Wales)

PAPERS focusing on, but not limited to) syntactic or
morphosyntactic change and variation,creole formation, are
solicited.We also plan to hold a workshop on theoretical and
methological aspects of corpus-based analysis

Abstracts are invited for 30 minute talks. Each talk will be
followed by a ten minute discussion period

ABSTRACTS REQUIREMENTS

 1. Send FIVE copies of an anonymous one-page
 abstract.
 Abstracts should be clearly titled.
 2. Send ONE extra camera ready version with name
 and affiliation
 3. Include a 3x5 card with this information: 1) name,
 2) paper title, 3) affiliation, 4) mailing address,
 5) e-mail address, 6)phone number, 7) audio-visual
 needs.

Mail all abstracts to the following address:
DIGS 4 1995
Departement de linguistique
Universite du Quebec a Montreal
CP 8888, Succ. Centre-ville,
Montreal, Canada H3C 3P8

We are unable to accept fax or e-mail submissions.

Abstracts MUST BE RECEIVED by JULY 21st, 1995

Further information about accomodations and conference
rates will be sent in a subsequent message.
For additional information: e-mail DIGS4UQAM.CA
 http://www.ling.uqam.ca

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