LINGUIST List 8.1526

Sun Oct 26 1997

Calls: Discourse (U. Wisconsin), ICKL (U. Hawai'i)

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  1. Michael Darnell, DISCOURSE ACROSS LANGUAGES AND CULTURES
  2. Alexander Vovin, 11th International Conference on Korean Linguistics

Message 1: DISCOURSE ACROSS LANGUAGES AND CULTURES

Date: Sun, 26 Oct 1997 12:04:26 -0600 (CST)
From: Michael Darnell <darnellcsd.uwm.edu>
Subject: DISCOURSE ACROSS LANGUAGES AND CULTURES

CALL FOR PAPERS
Deadline for submission of abstracts is February 2, 1998

DISCOURSE ACROSS LANGUAGES AND CULTURES
24TH UNIVERSITY OF WISCONSIN-MILWAUKEE LINGUISTICS SYMPOSIUM
SEPTEMBER 10-12, 1998

We are seeking papers that discuss written, spoken, or signed
discourse from a cross-linguistic and/or cross-cultural perspective.
It is part of the purpose of this symposium to initiate a dialogue
among the various disciplines and sub-disciplines that are involved in
this study and we are seek abstracts from scholars representing any of
the following fields of study where the focus of the paper is on
cross-linguistics and/or cross-cultural comparison.

discourse analysis		text linguistics
contrastive rhetoric		rhetorical typology
translation studies		genre studies

The list of invited speakers, which we will announce shortly, will
include representatives from all these fields.

Papers will be 20 minutes long, with a 10 minute discussion period to
follow. Please send 9 copies of an anonymous abstract and a 3x5 inch
card containing the title of the paper and your name, affiliation,
mailing address, and email address. The abstract may be up to one
typed page, with figures and references allowed on a second page. the
typeface can be no smaller than 10 points; allow one inch [2cm]
margins on all sides of the paper. If your abstract is accepted, it
will be included in the meeting handbook: we therefore prefer
submission by regular mail over submission by email or fax.

A selection of the conference papers, supplemented with some invited
contributions, will be published by John Benjamins in a volume [or set
of volumes] edited by Michael Darnell, Carol Lynn Moder, and Michael
Noonan

SEND YOUR ABSTRACT TO:
'98 UWM Symposium Committee
Department of English
University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee
Milwaukee, WI 53201-0413
USA

ABSTRACT DEADLINE: February 2, 1998

For further information in the future, visit our website:
http://www.uwm.edu:80/Dept/English/98Symp.html
or contact
Michael Darnell
Dept. of English
University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee
Milwaukee, WI 53201-0413 USA
phone: 414-962-1943; fax: 414-229-2643; 
messages: 414-229-4511; 
email: darnellcsd.uwm.edu
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Message 2: 11th International Conference on Korean Linguistics

Date: Sat, 25 Oct 1997 00:07:52 -1000
From: Alexander Vovin <vovinhawaii.edu>
Subject: 11th International Conference on Korean Linguistics

THE 11TH INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE ON KOREAN LINGUISTICS

 ICKL 1998

The international Circle of Korean Linguistics (ICKL) is pleased to
announce that the International Conference on Korean Linguistics will
be held at the University of Hawai'i on July 6-9, 1998. The Organizing
Committee for the conference solicits abstracts of individual research
papers treating any aspects of Korean linguistics. In additional to
the traditional General Sessions, we plan to organize Special Sessions
ficusing on the following areas: (1) Dealing with case markers and
special particles, (2) Relative clause and noun complement
constructions, (3) Complex predicates, (4) The syllable in Korean
phonology, (5) The problem of reduplication, (6) Historical
linguistics. When you submit your abstract, please indicate which
session you intend to address. Abstracts should not exceed three A4
single-spaced pages including data and references. Please mail your
abstract to the address shown below. E-mail submission, but not fax
submission, is acceptable (although hard-copy submission for Hawai'i
address is preferred). Include a separate page or card showing the
title of your paper, your name, affiliation, mailing address, e-mail
address, phone number, and your session: General or Special? If
Special, which of the six topics above? Accepted papers will be
published in the conference proceedings and selected ones with
revision in our journal "KOREAN LINGUISTICS". Note that those of you
whose abstracts are accepted will be required to submit your full
paper before the Conference (please note the dealines below).

IMPORTANT DATES

Deadline for abstract submission: March 10, 1998
Notification of acceptance: Mid-April, 1998
Submission of full papers due: May 30, 1998
Conference dates: July 6-9, 1998

CONFERENCE SITE: University of Hawai'i at Manoa, Honolulu, Hawai'i,
USA

PLEASE MAIL YOUR ABSTRACT TO:

ICKL 1998
c/o Prof. James Hye-Suk Yoon, Department of English Language and
Literature, Seoul National University, Seoul, Korea 151-742
(e-mail: jhsyoonplaza.snu.ac.kr)

OR:

ICKL 1998 
c/o Prof. Alexander Vovin, 
Department of East Asian Languages and Literatures, 
382 Moore Hall,
1890 East-West Road,
University of Hawai'i, 
Honolulu, HI 96822, USA 
(e-mail: vovinhawaii.edu)

ORGANIZING COMMITTEE

Byung-Soo Park (Kyung Hee University), Conference Chair
Ho-min Sohn (University of Hawai'i), Conference Co-Chair
Dong-Jae Lee (University of Hawai'i), Conference Co-Chair
Keedong Lee (Yonsei University), Conference Co-Chair
James Hye-Suk Yoon (Seoul National University), Secretary-General
Alexander Vovin (University of Hawai'i), Secretary-General

KEYNOTE SPEAKERS

Samuel E. Martin (Yale University)
Chin-Wu Kim (University of Illinois)
Peter Sells (Stanford University)
S. Robert Ramsey (University of Maryland)(waiting for response)
John B. Whitman (Cornell University)
William O'Grady (University of Hawai'i)

PROGRAM COMMITTEE

Hak-Hang Cho (Chosun University)
Young-mee Yu Cho (Mc Gill University)
Jaewoong Choe (korean University)
Shin-Ja Chu (University of Texas, Arlington)
Kwang Chung (Korea University)
Eung-Do Cook (University of Calgary)
William O'Grady (University of Hawai'i)
Gregory K. Iverson (University of Wisconsin-Madison)
Hong-Bae Lee (Sogang University)
Ik-Hwan Lee (Yonsei University)
Ki-Dong Lee (Yonsei University)
Beom-Mo Kang (Korea University)
Chin-Wu Kim (University of Illinois)
Nam-Kil Kim (University of Southern California)
Young Seok Kim (Sogang University)
Ross King (University of British Columbia)
Young-Keun Ko (Seoul National University)
Chungmin Lee (Seoul National University)
Dong-Jae Lee (University of Hawai'i)
Hyo Sang Lee (Indiana University)
Sang Oak Lee (Seoul National University)
Young-Key Kim-Renaud (The George Washington University)
David James Silva (University of Texas, Arlington)
Alexander Vovin(University of Hawai'i)
John B. Whitman (Cornell University)

Hope to see you in Hawai'i!

Alexander Vovin
Department of East Asian Languages and Literatures
382 Moore Hall
1890 East-West Road
University of Hawaii at Manoa
Honolulu, HI 96822
vovinhawaii.edu
fax (808)956-9515 (o.)
t.(808)956-6881 (o.)
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