LINGUIST List 7.947

Sat Jun 29 1996

Calls: Applied Ling, NELS, Pacific Asia Conf

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Directory

  1. "Matthew R. Howw", 1997 AAAL Call-for-Papers
  2. Tony PI, NELS-FINAL-CALL
  3. PACLIC 11, PACIFIC ASIA CONFERENCE

Message 1: 1997 AAAL Call-for-Papers

Date: Thu, 27 Jun 1996 11:45:53 CDT
From: "Matthew R. Howw" <howeMR.Net>
Subject: 1997 AAAL Call-for-Papers
AMERICAN ASSOCIATION FOR APPLIED LINGUISTICS
1997 CALL FOR PAPERS

Saturday, March 8, - Tuesday, March 11, 1997
Holiday Inn International Drive Resort
Orlando, Florida


All papers in the field of applied linguistics are welcome. ABSTRACTS
are invited for individual papers and colloquia on topics in applied
linguistics, including language acquisition and socialization,
discourse analysis, psycholinguistics, sociolinguistics, second and
foreign language pedagogy, literacy, language for specific purposes,
assessment, language policy and planning, rhetoric and stylistics,
translation and interpretation. AAAL has decided that individuals
will be allowed one place on the program, either in a paper or as a
colloquium presenter. (A person may, in addition to these
possibilities, be a designated discussant or session chair.) If you
have both a paper and a colloquium presentation accepted, the Program
Committee will ask you to choose between the two.

INDIVIDUAL PAPERS will be 20 minutes long, with 10 minutes for
discussion. Send 4 copies of a typed double-spaced abstract no more
than 250 words or 2 pages long. In the upper left-hand corner of two
copies, place the submitter's name, address, phone and fax number,
e-mail address, and institutional affiliation. Do not put any
identification on the other two copies. In additional, submit a
50-word typed single spaced summary, headed by the name and
affiliation of each presenter together with the title of the paper.
This summary will appear in the conference program exactly as it is
submitted.

COLLOQUIA proposals are invited for blocks of time up to 3 hours.
Colloquia organizers may divide up their block(s) of time as they see
fit, but time should be adequately allocated for opening and closing
remarks, presentations, discussants, and audience response. A
colloquium proposal should include the following:

1) Four copies of a 50-word typed single-spaced description of the
entire colloquium, which will appear as submitted in the conference
program

2) Four copies of a 250-word typed double spaced abstract for EACH
INDIVIDUAL PRESENTATION (In the upper left-hand corner of the first
two copies, place the submitter's name, address, phone and fax number,
e-mail address, and institutional affiliation.)

3) A 50-word typed single-spaced summary for EACH INDIVIDUAL
PRESENTATION, headed by the name and affiliation of each presenter
together with the title of the paper. (This summary will appear in
the conference program exactly as it is submitted.)

4) A cover letter from the organizer bearing the organizer's name,
address, phone and fax numbers, e-mail address, institutional
affiliation of all participants, an explanation of how the individual
presentations relate to one another, and to the theme of the
colloquium.

5) A tentative breakdown of the requested time block into component
activities.

Abstracts and participant information for all presentations in a
colloquium must be submitted together.

All submissions should include a stamped self-addressed postcard for
confirmation of receipt of your submissions.

Mail or fax individual paper abstracts and colloquia proposals to:
AAAL 1997 Program Committee
7630 West 145th Street, Suite 202
Apple Valley, MN 55124-7553 USA
Phone: 612-953-0805, Fax: 612-891-1800

If you fax your submission, please mail a hard-copy version with the
requisite number of copies.

Deadline for all proposals to reach the AAAL Business Office is August
16, 1996, 5:00 PM Central Time. No late proposals will be accepted.


AAAL '97 PRESENTATION PROPOSAL

Presenter: _______________________________________________________
Affiliation: _______________________________________________________
Mailing Address: _______________________________________________________
 _______________________________________________________
 _______________________________________________________
Phone: _______________________________________________________
Fax: _______________________________________________________
E-Mail: _______________________________________________________


Please provide all of the above information for all additional
presenters and discussants on an attached page.
Total number of participants in session: __________
CHECK ONE: ______ Individual Paper Proposal
 ______ Colloquium Proposal
TITLE (10 word maximum):
_________________________________________________________________________
_________________________________________________________________________

This proposal is most relevant to the applied linguistics topic area
of (check one):
 _____ language acquisition/socialization
 _____ discourse analysis
 _____ psycholinguistics/second language acquisition
 _____ sociolinguistics
 _____ literacy
 _____ language for specific purposes
 _____ assessment
 _____ language policy and planning
 _____ rhetoric and stylistics
 _____ translation and interpretation
 _____ second and foreign language pedagogy
 _____ other:________________________________________________________

Please attach a 250-word abstract AND a 50-word summary for each
individual presentation. See Call for Papers for number of copies,
required format, and additional requirements of colloquium proposals.

A/V needs: _____ OHP
 _____ Audio tape player
 _____ Slide Projector
 _____ VCR/TV Monitor (Fee charged, estimate $50)*

*For cost reasons, AAAL encourages presenters to consider alternative
A/V equipment aids rather than a VCR/TV monitor. Individuals
requiring a VCR/TV monitor will be invoiced upon acceptance. Payment
required with conference registration.

Will any of the presenters require deaf interpreting services?
 _____ Yes _____ No

Return to: AAAL '97 Program Committee, 7630 West 145th Street, Suite 202,
Apple Valley, MN 55124, USA. Fax: 612-891-1800.

Deadline for all proposals to reach the AAAL Business Office: August 16,
1996. NO LATE PROPOSALS WILL BE ACCEPTED.
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Message 2: NELS-FINAL-CALL

Date: Thu, 27 Jun 1996 23:18:04 EDT
From: Tony PI <mordruCS.McGill.CA>
Subject: NELS-FINAL-CALL


 !!!!!!!!! F I N A L C A L L !!!!!!!!!!!!!

 ABSOLUTE DEADLINE FOR RECEIPT OF ABSTRACTS
 July 8, 1996

 N E L S 2 7

 Conference of the North Eastern Linguistic Society

 OCTOBER 18-20 1996

 at McGill University, Montreal CANADA
- ---------------------------------------------------------------------------
 CALL FOR PAPERS
- ---------------------------------------------------------------------------

Abstracts are invited for twenty-minute papers on any aspect of theoretical
linguistics. Abstracts should be anonymous and typed single-spaced in 12-
point font on no more than one 8 1/2" by 11" page with one-inch margins.
References, but no examples, may be included on a second page. For the sake
of the reviewers, the guidelines will be strictly enforced. At most one
individual and one joint abstract per person will be considered.

 ABSTRACT DEADLINE: JULY 8, 1996

 Submissions should include:

 * 10 anonymous copies of an abstract;
 * 1 copy stating the name of the author(s) and affiliation(s), for
 inclusion in the NELS booklet, if accepted;
 * a typed 3" x 5" index card bearing the title of the paper and the
 authors' names, affiliations, phone numbers, snail-mail and e-mail
 addresses.

Please indicate whether you would like e-mail acknowledgement of receipt.
Abstracts received after the deadline will not be considered. We will accept
no fax or e-mail submissions. Accepted presenters will be notified in
mid-September.

 Please send abstracts to:

 Abstract Committee/NELS 27
 Department of Linguistics
 McGill University
 1001 Sherbrooke St. W.
 Montreal, PQ H3A 1G5 CANADA

Preregistration fees are $30 (US$23) for students, $45 (US$35) for others.
The deadline for preregistration is September 16, 1996. On-site registration
fees will be $40 (US$30) for students and $60 (US$45) for others. For more
information, write to:

 nelsmcgill.ca

Web page: http://www.cs.mcgill.ca/~mordru/nels.html
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Message 3: PACIFIC ASIA CONFERENCE

Date: Fri, 28 Jun 1996 16:56:25 +0900
From: PACLIC 11 <paclic96nms.kyunghee.ac.kr>
Subject: PACIFIC ASIA CONFERENCE
Forwarded message:
> From paclic96 Wed Jun 26 14:36:38 1996
> From: paclic96 (PACLIC11)
> Message-Id: <9606260436.AA25771nms.kyunghee.ac.kr>
> Subject: Call for Abstracts
> To: paclic96 (PACLIC11)
> Date: Wed, 26 Jun 1996 14:36:33 +0900 (KDT)
> X-Mailer: ELM [version 2.4 PL21-h3]
> Content-Type: text
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>
> Dear Members,
>
> We now have the final version of `Call for Abstracts'.
> We attach this here. Please pass on this to your colleagues.
>
> Best,
> PACLIC 11
>
> PS: Please excuse us for sending duplicate (or even multiple) copies
> to some of you.
> --------------------------------------------------
>
> CALL FOR ABSTRACTS
>
> THE 11TH PACIFIC ASIA CONFERENCE
> ON
> LANGUAGE, INFORMATION AND COMPUTATION
>
> PACLIC 11
>
> The Language and Information Society of Korea (formerly the Seoul
> Workshop on Formal Grammar Theory) is pleased to announce that the
> 11th Pacific Asia Conference on Language, Information and
> Computation (PACLIC 11) will be held at Kyung Hee University, Seoul
> on December 20-22, 1996. The Conference is an annual meeting of
> scholars with a wide range of interest in theoretical and computational
> linguistics from the Pacific Asia region. The Conference solicits
> abstracts treating any field in theoretical and computational
> linguistics, including syntax, morphology, phonology, semantics,
> pragmatics, discourse analysis, corpus linguistics, formal grammar
> theory, natural language processing, and computer applications. We
> plan to feature about 30 papers, and give each paper 30 minutes for
> presentation and discussion. Abstracts should be three A4
> single-spaced pages long, including data and references. Please mail
> 4 hard copies of the abstract with the title, the author's name,
> affiliation, mailing address, fax number (if any) and e-mail
> address on a separate page to the address shown below. Sending the
> abstract by e-mail is acceptable (but no fax submissions). Accepted
> papers will be published in the Conference Proceedings.
>
>
> IMPORTANT DATES
>
> Deadline for abstract submission: September 14, 1996
> Notification of acceptance: Mid October, 1996
> Submission of full paper due: November 15, 1996
> Conference: December 20-22, 1966
>
> Please mail abstracts to:
>
> PACLIC 11
> Language Education and Research Institute
> Kyung Hee University
> 1 Hoegi-dong, Tongdaemun-gu, Seoul
> Korea 130-701
>
> Or e-mail submissions are accepted:
> E-mail: paclic96nms.kyunghee.ac.kr
>
> For further information, write to the addresses above, or phone
> (82-02-961-0080) or fax (82-02-595-9018).
>
>
> PROGRAM COMMITEE
>
> Byung-Soo Park, Kyung Hee University, Korea (Chairman)
> Chu-Ren Huang, Academia Sinica, Taiwan (Co-chairman)
> Akira Ikeya, Tokyo Gakuen University, Japan (Co-chairman)
> Benjamin K. T'sou, City University of Hong Kong, Hong
> Kong (Co-chairman)
>
> Kathleen Ahrens, National Taiwan University
> Clair H.-H. Chang, National Chengchi University
> Suk-Jin Chang, Seoul National University
> Jaewoong Choe, Korea University
> Key-Sun Choi, KAIST
> Keh-Jiann Chen, Academia Sinica
> Kiyoshi Ishikawa, Hosei University
> Akira Ishikawa, Sophia University
> Masato Ishizaki, ATR
> Beommo Kang, Korea University
> Yongbeom Kim, Kwangwoon University
> Tom B. Y. Lai, City University of Hong Kong
> Kim Teng Lua, National University of Singapore
> Hyuk-Cheol Kwon, Pusan National University
> Chungmin Lee, Seoul National University
> Ik-Hwan Lee, Yonsei University
> Kiyong Lee, Korea University
> Yuji Matsumoto, Nara Institute of Scinece and Technology
> Jerry Seligman, National Chung Cheng University
> Von-Wun Soo, National Tsing Hua University
> Chris Tancredi, The Yokohama National University
> Jhing-fa Wang, National Cheng Kung Universit
> Paul Horng Jyh Wu, National University of Singapore
> Shuichi Yatabe, University of Tokyo
> Keiko Yoshida, Waseda University
>
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