LINGUIST List 8.449

Wed Apr 2 1997

Calls: Thesaurus, Narrative, IJCAI (extension)

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Directory

  1. yamazaki, Thesaurus
  2. Joachim Knuf, 6th International Conference on Narrative - Call
  3. Remi Zajac, IJCAI-97 Workshop on Ontologies: extended deadline

Message 1: Thesaurus

Date: Tue, 01 Apr 1997 11:02:18 JST
From: yamazaki <yamazakitaikeila.kokken.go.jp>
Subject: Thesaurus

The seceond Announcement
Deadline for submission is changed to APRIL 15

 CALL FOR PAPERS
 "LANGUAGE STUDY AND THESAURUS"
 Session 1 of the 5th International Symposium of
 National Language Research Institute
 27 & 28, AUGUST 1997,Tokyo,JAPAN

The National Language Research Institute will hold the 5th
International Symposium this August titled "Language Study and
Thesaurus of the World." Preceding symposium we have an open session
about thesaurus.

Information about the session and symposium will be seen on our web
site.

 http://www.kokken.go.jp/sympo97/s5_s1e.htm

About the Session
 Each lecturer has 20 minutes of presentation followed by 10 minutes
of discussion.
 Presentation language must be Japanese or English.

Recommended fields(but not restricted to)
 Linguistics; Lexicology,Dialect,Contrastive
Study,Grammar,Semantics,etc.
 Terminology, Language Teaching, Library Science, Psychology, 
 Natural Language Processing.

SUBMISSIONS
 Send your abstract to the secretariat below by e-mail.
 Language : Japanese or English
 Deadline of Abstract : April 15,1997
 Abstract should include paper's title, author's name, affiliation,
 postal & e-mail address, and telephone or fax number.
 Abstract must be within 300 words or 400 kanji letters
 and must be simple text file if e-mailed.
 This abstract will be reviewed by the session's committee.
 Acceptance Notification: April 30, 1997
 Deadline of Final Version : June 30,1997
 Final version must be camera ready. This verison will be published
 as the session's proceedings in early 1998.
 Submit to : nakanokokken.go.jp
 E-mail preferred but will accept postal or fax submission.
 (postal) Hiroshi Nakano
 National Language Research Institute
 3-9-14, Nishigaoka, Kita-ku,Tokyo JAPAN,115
 (FAX) +81-3-3906-3530
 Inquiries to : yamazakikokken.go.jp

Secretariat
 Hiroshi Nakano,National Language Research Institute,Japan
 E-mail:nakanokokken.go.jp

Committee
 Hiroshi Nakano,The National Language Research Institute
 Tooru Hishinuma,Soka University
 Tetsuya Ishikawa,University of Library and Information Science
 Jun-ichi Iwata,Kyoto University of Education
 Tokihisa Kurashima,Sanseido/Taisho University
 Makoto Takada,University of Tsukuba
 Jun-ichi Tsujii,University of Tokyo

Host Organization
 The National Language Research Intstitute
 3-9-14 Nishigaoka,Kita-Ku,Tokyo JAPAN 115
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Message 2: 6th International Conference on Narrative - Call

Date: Fri, 28 Mar 97 16:24:33 -0500
From: Joachim Knuf <jknufpop.uky.edu>
Subject: 6th International Conference on Narrative - Call



PLEASE CIRCULATE THIS ANNOUNCEMENT AS WIDELY AS POSSIBLE!!! THANKS.


CALL FOR PAPERS

TALKING - WRITING - BROADCASTING
The Sixth International Conference on Narrative
October 10 - 12, 1997
Department of Communication / School of Journalism and
Telecommunications University of Kentucky

The University of Kentucky Department of Communication and the School
of Journalism and Telecommunications invite your submissions to the
Sixth International Conference on Narrative, to be held Friday,
October 10, to Sunday, October 12, 1997, in Lexington, Kentucky.
 The theme of the 1997 conference, TALKING - WRITING -
BROADCASTING, suggests topics addressing the diverse ways in which
narrative is used in general interpersonal, organizational, and
mediated contexts. In addition to the broad range of contributions
always represented at the conference, this year's special program
track focuses on print and broadcast media narrative: news, features,
op/ed, talk show, sitcom, sports, drama, animation, human interest,
and various other information and entertainment formats.
 As in previous years, we would like to bring together scholars
from a wide range of disciplines, including journalism, media studies,
cultural and critical studies, education, psychology, literatures and
languages, communication, linguistics, anthropology, sociology,
folklore, social work, medicine, art history, history, women's studies
and all others interested in narrative. Theoretical and methodological
contributions of all persuasions are as welcome as studies of
narrative in different contexts. The conference language is English;
data sessions should be conducted in the most appropriate language.
 The International Conference on Narrative is a highly
productive working event. Four presentation formats are offered;
please indicate your choice and any technological requirements on the
title page of your submission.
 (1) Research papers will be scheduled for panel sessions;
panels are most suitable for theoretical or programmatic
topics. Presentations will be limited to 20 minutes. Please mark your
submission 'Panel.'
 (2) Posters will be set up and remain on display for the
duration of the conference. This format allows the presentation of
larger amounts of research data and provides a more individual setting
for discussion without time constraints. Please mark your submission
'Poster.'
 (3) Participants who travel with major data sets they intend
to work on in a small-group setting may wish to reserve the special
meeting room available for this purpose for up to two hours. The
number of data sessions is limited and early submission of your
proposal is suggested. Please mark your submission 'Data session.'
 (4) Following the great success of this format at last year's
conference, three round-table discussions will focus respectively on
theoretical, methodological, and ethical issues described by the
conference theme. Up to six programmatic statements of no more than
five minutes will be followed by a round-table discussion with
audience participation. Please mark your submission accordingly.
 Information on special events, keynote lectures, etc. will be
sent to you after receipt of your submission. Up-to-date conference
information, as well as the 1996 program, is also available at the
conference web site, www.uky.edu/~jknuf/narrative-_conference.

Submissions
Submissions are restricted to extended abstracts not exceeding 1000
words; they must be accompanied by a briefer abstract of no more than
50 words, which will be included in the program. Please also provide
your e-mail address, which will be listed in the program to facilitate
preconference discussion between panel members. Please send two
hardcopies or one electronic copy of your submission to the conference
chair:
 Joachim Knuf, Conference Chair
 Department of Communication
 University of Kentucky
 Lexington, KY 40506-0042
 (606) 257-4102
 E-mail: jknufpop.uky.edu

 The postmarked deadline for submissions is May 15,
1997. Please include a stamped, self-addressed postcard for
notification that your submission has been received. Confirmation
letters, a provisional program, and registration and hotel information
will be sent to participants around June 1; international participants
and those who have e-mailed their submissions will be notified also by
e-mail. Mail the message "sub narrate firstname lastname" to
listservlsv.uky.edu to receive conference mailings.


PLEASE CIRCULATE THIS ANNOUNCEMENT AS WIDELY AS POSSIBLE!!! THANKS.

Joachim Knuf
Associate Professor
Department of Communication
University of Kentucky (606) 257-4102 (O)
231 Grehan Building (606) 257-4103 (F)
Lexington, KY 40506-0042 USA jknufpop.uky.edu

Please visit the web site of the INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE ON NARRATIVE
at
 http://www.uky.edu/~jknuf/narrative_conference/
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Message 3: IJCAI-97 Workshop on Ontologies: extended deadline

Date: Sun, 30 Mar 1997 14:19:25 -0700 (MST)
From: Remi Zajac <rzajaccrl.nmsu.edu>
Subject: IJCAI-97 Workshop on Ontologies: extended deadline

 IJCAI-97 Workshop on Ontologies and Multilingual NLP
 Nagoya, Japan, August 23-25, 1997
 Call for Submissions

Sponsored by the International Joint Conferences on Artificial
Intelligence, Inc. (IJCAII), and the Japanese Society for Artificial
Intelligence (JSAI)

The submission dealine has been extended to	APRIL 15th

The full text of the annoucement is available at
<a ref="http://crl.nmsu.edu/Events/IJCAI/";>Workshop on Ontologies and
 Multilingual NLP</a>

- 
 Rimi Zajac zajaccrl.nmsu.edu
 Project Manager Tel. +1-505-646-5782
 Computing Research Laboratory Fax. +1-505-646-6218
 New Mexico State University http://crl.nmsu.edu
 Box 30001 / Dept. 3CRL
 Las Cruces, NM 88003-8001
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