LINGUIST List 8.1672

Sat Nov 22 1997

Calls: NACAL 26, The Native Tongue (U Paris)

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  1. M. Lionel Bender, Call for Papers--NACAL 26
  2. Marina YAGUELLO, The Native Tongue (U Paris)

Message 1: Call for Papers--NACAL 26

Date: Tue, 18 Nov 1997 08:02:08 -0500
From: M. Lionel Bender <nacal26siu.edu>
Subject: Call for Papers--NACAL 26


Call for Papers: NACAL 26

Twenty-sixth Annual Meeting of the North American Conference on 
Afroasiatic Linguistics

April 3-5, 1998 in New Orleans

The 1998 meeting will be held in New Orleans just before the annual
meeting of the American Oriental Society (Apr. 5-8). Papers on the
structures and histories of languages of the Berber, Chadic, Cushitic,
Egyptian, Omotic, and Semitic families are hereby solicited. Please
send an abstract which does not exceed half a letter-size page (8.5 x
11 or A4) for reproduction in the abstract handbook by early December.
>From outside the US, please use airmail. Use first line for title of
paper, second line for presenter name and affiliation. Do not use
typeface smaller than 12-point.

No e-mailed abstracts will be accepted.

M. Lionel Bender Ph.: 618-453-5428
NACAL26 Fax: 618-453-3253
Dept. of FLL E-mail: nacal26siu.edu
SIUC
Carbondale IL 62901-4521
U.S.A.

If you think it is likely you will attend the meeting, please send an
indication of your positive intention to attend as soon as possible.

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Message 2: The Native Tongue (U Paris)

Date: Tue, 18 Nov 1997 18:30:59 +0100
From: Marina YAGUELLO <mayaparis7.jussieu.fr>
Subject: The Native Tongue (U Paris)

- ----
 First Announcement and Call for Papers
 University of Paris 7-Denis Diderot

 	19-21 March 1999
		International Conference
		The Native Tongue /La langue maternelle
 Deadline for receipt of abstracts: 30 May 1998

Invited speakers:

Henri Meschonnic, Regine Robin, Rachel Ertel, Stella Baruk, Charles
Melman, Morris Halle, Antoine Culioli , Claire Blanche-Benveniste

Abstracts are invited for 30-minute talks on any sociolinguistic,
psycholinguistic or psychoanalytic aspect of the relationship of
speakers to the mother tongue, whether in a
multicultural-multilingual setting or in a context of language
substitution, language attrition, language loss or language
revival. The role of language in the structuring of the self will
also be considered. Papers may be presented in French or in English
Authors are asked to send:

 * four (4) copies of an anonymous abstract
 * one additional camera-ready copy with the author's name and
affiliation (to be published in the hand-book if the paper is accepted
for presentation).

Abstracts should be no more than one page (A4 or letter size) in
length, with an additional page for references if necessary.

Please include one more page containing:

 * the title of the paper
 * the name and affiliation of the author(s),
 * the primary author's postal address, e-mail address, telephone
number, and fax number.

Papers presented at the conference will be published in the form of a
special issue of a major French journal (negociations are underway)
and presentation implies consent to such publication.

 All abstracts should be sent to: Marina Yaguello/Cyril Veken UFR
d'Etudes Anglophones, Universite Paris VII 10, rue Charles V 75004
Paris, France 

Requests for information (e mail only) should be addressed to
mayaparis7.jussieu.fr <Marina Yaguello> or vekenparis7.jussieu.fr
<Cyril Veken> A web site will be opened in early 1998.

Schedule:

Expression of interest: 	30 January 1998
Submission of abstracts: 30 May 1998
Notification of acceptance: 30 September 1998
Final camera ready copy due: 1 February 1999

Appel a communications
Universite Paris 7-Denis Diderot

19-21 mars 1999

L'UFR d'Etudes Anglophones Charles V organise un Colloque
International sur 

				La langue maternelle

Date limite pour les propositions de communications: 30 mai 1998

Conferenciers invites: 
Henri Meschonnic, Regine Robin, Rachel Ertel, Stella Baruk, Charles
Melman, Morris Halle, Antoine Culioli , Claire Blanche-Benveniste

Les personnes desirant intervenir dans ce colloque sont priees
d'envo= yer le resume d'une communication de 30 minutes portant
sur tout aspect sociolinguistique, psycholinguistique ou
psychanalytique du rapport du sujet parlant a la langue maternelle,
dans un contexte de multilinguisme individuel ou de societe.
Langues du colloque: francais

Priere d'envoyer :
* quatre exemplaires d'un resume anonyme
* un exemplaire portant le nom et les coordonnees institutionnelles de
l'auteur pour publication dans le programme du colloque.

Les resumes ne devront pas depasser une page A4 plus une page de
references bibliographiques.

 Priere d'indiquer sur une feuille separee :
* Le titre de la communication
* Le nom de l'auteur et son affiliation
* Son adresse postale, son courriel, ses numeros de telephone et de
fax

Les communications retenues seront publiees sous la forme d'un
numero special de revue. Toute personne qui accepte de faire une
communication est reputee accepter sa publication.

Pri=E8re d'envoyer vos resumes a
Marina Yaguello/Cyril Veken
UFR d'Etudes Anglophones, Universite Paris VII
10, rue Charles V 75004 Paris, France

Les demandes de renseignements complmentaires (par courriel
uniquement) devront etre adressees a mayaparis7.jussieu.fr
<Marina Yaguello> ou vekenparis7.jussieu.fr <Cyril Veken>

Un site Web sera ouvert debut 1998.

Echeancier:

Accord de principe: 		30 janvier 1998
Envoi des resumes:			30 mai 1998
Selection des communications:	30 septembre 1998
Envoi des textes d=E9finitifs:		1 fevrier 1999


Marina Yaguello
Professor of linguistics and Chair
English Department
University of Paris 7-Denis Diderot
10, rue Charles V 75004 Paris
tel: 01 44 78 34 34 / 42 77 51 76
fax: 01 42 78 12 47
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