LINGUIST List 8.480

Wed Apr 9 1997

Calls: Salish, Intercultural, Comm. in health

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  1. T. Montler, Conf. on Salish and Neighboring Languages
  2. Jun Qian, Intercultural communication conference
  3. alan harris, Conference 'Communication in Health Care'

Message 1: Conf. on Salish and Neighboring Languages

Date: Sat, 5 Apr 1997 10:24:20 CST6CDT
From: T. Montler <Montlerfacstaff.cas.unt.edu>
Subject: Conf. on Salish and Neighboring Languages

32ND INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE ON
 SALISH AND NEIGHBORING LANGUGAES

August 7-9, 1997

INVITATION AND CALL FOR PAPERS

The 32nd International Conference on Salish and Neighboring
Languages will be held August 7-9, 1997. The conference this year is
cosponsored by the Elwha Klallam Tribe, Peninsula College, and
Olympic National Park. Sessions will meet on the campus of
Peninsula College in Port Angeles. Housing will be available in the
Peninsula College residence halls.

The conference this year will depart somewhat from custom in having
two parallel sessions: one descriptive/theoretical and one applied.
 The descriptive/theoretical sessions will consist of the customary
discussion of the papers on descriptive and theoretical linguistic topics.
The applied sessions will consist of presentations and workshops on
issues in the learning, teaching, and revitalization of the
indigenous languages of the northwest.

Contributors to the descriptive/theoretical sessions should submit
their manuscripts by June 15 for inclusion in the collected papers for
the conference. Registrants will receive the preprinted papers by mail
in late July. Late papers will be accommodated as conference time
permits, but the paper must be written out and copies made available
to other participants at the beginning of the meeting. A style sheet and
order form for the conference papers can be found at the 32nd ICSNL
website: http://www.cas.unt.edu/~montler/icsnl.htm.

Those wishing to schedule a workshop or presentation in the applied
sessions should contact:
Jamie Valadez
Elwha Klallam Tribe
2851 Lower Elwha Road
Port Angeles, WA 98363
phone: 360/452-8471 ext. 146
fax: 360/452-3428

Details of the conference schedule will be mailed to participants and
will be posted at the website.

For more information contact:
Timothy Montler
P.O. Box 13827
University of North Texas
Denton, TX 76203
email: montlerunt.edu
phone: 817/565-2147
fax: 817/565-4355
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Message 2: Intercultural communication conference

Date: Mon, 7 Apr 1997 09:33:54 -0400 (EDT)
From: Jun Qian <qianhusc.harvard.edu>
Subject: Intercultural communication conference



 China's Second Symposium
 on Intercultural Communication
 to be held in Beijing
 from October 10-15,1997

 China's 2nd Symposium on Intercultural Communication will be held
at Beijing Foreign Studies University, Beijing, China, October 10-15, 1997.
It is jointly sponsored by China's Association for Intercultural Communication
(CAFIC) and Beijing Foreign Studies University. The theme of the symposium is:

 GLOBALIZATION, PLURALIZATION AND INTERCULTURAL COMMUNICATION

 Papers concerning the theme are invited from various disciplines 
including foreign/second language teaching, linguistics, media studies, social
psychology, business management and cultural studies. Suggestions on 
workshops are welcome.

 If you or your colleagues are interested in attending, please notify us 
no later than April 15. You are expected to submit your abstracts(within 500
words) before May 31.

 Contact person:
 Mr Du Xiaofei
 Foreign Language Teaching and Research Press
 Beijing Foreign Studies University
 Beijing 100081
 China

 Fax: 86-10-68420956

 
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Message 3: Conference 'Communication in Health Care'

Date: Wed, 2 Apr 1997 16:15:12 -0800 (PST)
From: alan harris <vcspc005email.csun.edu>
Subject: Conference 'Communication in Health Care'

 IVEL, the Netherlands Institute of Primary Health Care, organizes a
 conference on:

 COMMUNICATION IN HEALTH CARE

 which will take place 10-12 June 1998, at the Free University, Amsterdam.

 The main themes of interest include:
 Provider-patient communication
 (doctor-patient, nurse-patient, other providers)
 Communication and outcome
 Education
 Methods
 (including =91conversation analysis in health care communication'=
)

 Format: The conference will start the afternoon of June 10 with registrat=
ion
 and a get-together reception. The program for 11-12 June will consist of
 four shifts. Each shift will have a plenary session with a keynote speech=
,
 followed by concurrent sessions. Opportunity will be provided for oral
 presentations, symposia, workshops and poster sessions. In the evening of
 June 11, there will be a social event, including a congress diner.

 Call for papers. Participants are invited to present the results of their
 studies. Both oral and poster presentations are welcome. There has been a
 call for papers in February 1997. At that time, prospective participants
 will be invited to send in an abstract of their paper or poster or a brie=
f
 description of their intended symposium or workshop. The scientific
 committee will make a selection of the papers and posters to be presented=
 at
 the conference.

 Deadlines: Abstracts are to be submitted before 31 July 1997. Notice of
 acceptance/rejection will be given in October 1997. Early registration mu=
st
 be received by 15 February 1998.

 Registration: interested persons will receive a registration form before
 December 1997, together with information about hotel accommodation, the
 social program, etc. The registration fee will be =83 550, which is
 approximately =A7 300. This includes registration, lunches, coffee, tea, =
and
 the opening reception, but not the conference dinner and social event, wh=
ich
 will be charged separately.

 For further information (including detailed instructions for abstracts),
 contact: Peter Verhaak, Ph.D., P.O. Box 1568, 3500 BN Utrecht, the
 Netherlands, Phone +31 30 2319946, Fax +31 30 2319290, email p.verhaakni=
vel.nl

 Paul ten Have, Department of Sociology, University of Amsterdam
 Oude Hoogstraat 24, 1012 CE Amsterdam, the Netherlands
 Voice (31) (20) 525 2250/17; Fax (31) (20) 525 2179; Email:
 <tenhavepscw.uva.nl
 ETHNO/CA NEWS: http://www.pscw.uva.nl/emca/index.htm
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