LINGUIST List 9.1425

Tue Oct 13 1998

Calls: History of Linguistics, Languaging 99

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  1. Gerda Hassler, Workshop on the history of linguistics
  2. Lynn Alan Eubank, Languaging 99: A Conference Across Literature, Linguistics,and Writing

Message 1: Workshop on the history of linguistics

Date: Mon, 12 Oct 1998 21:27:34 +0100 (MET)
From: Gerda Hassler <hasslerrz.uni-potsdam.de>
Subject: Workshop on the history of linguistics

Einladung zu einem gemeinsamen Seminar
Workshop / Colloque de recherche 
Universitt Potsdam - Universit Stendhal (Grenoble 3)

Histoire des sciences du langage
30./31. 10. 1998

Universitt Potsdam, Universittskomplex Golm, Kleiner Senatssaal, Haus 14

Programme / Ablauf
30.10:
9-10.15:	Bernard Colombat (Grenoble): La grammaire latine en France
(XVIe-XVIIIe s.): thories et pdagogie
10.45-12.00	Nathalie Fournier (Grenoble): La grammaire du franais l'ge
classique
14.30-15.30	Martine Furno (Grenoble): Lapparition du bilinguisme dans les
dictionnaires latins au XVIe sicle
16.00-17.00	Cordula Neis (Potsdam): Le dbat sur l'origine du langage 
l'Acadmie de Berlin
17.00-18.00 Gerda Haler (Potsdam): Langage et cognition au sicle des
lumires


31.10
10-11	Sabine Schwarze (Halle): La rflexion sur la traduction au 18e sicle
11-12	Bernard Colombat (Grenoble): le projet dun corpus reprsentatif des
grammaires et des traditions linguistiques
12-13	Gerda Haler (Potsdam): le projet d'un dictionnaire des thories
linguistiques du 17e et 18e sicle
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Message 2: Languaging 99: A Conference Across Literature, Linguistics,and Writing

Date: Mon, 12 Oct 1998 15:46:55 -0500 (CDT)
From: Lynn Alan Eubank <eubankunt.edu>
Subject: Languaging 99: A Conference Across Literature, Linguistics,and Writing

EXTENDED SUBMISSION DEADLINES!!!!!!!
CALL FOR PAPERS
 Languaging 99: A Conference Across Literature, Linguistics, 
 and Writing
 Sponsored by the University of North Texas and the GSEA


CONFERENCE DATES
 4-6 March 1999


CONFERENCE LOCATION
 University of North Texas, Denton, Texas


CONFERENCE PURPOSE
 Languaging 99 offers a forum for scholars from the disciplines of 
 linguistics, literature, and writing, as well as the related 
 disciplines of anthropology, art, communication theory, cultural 
 studies, film, history, music, philosophy, psychology, theater, 
 etc., to examine "language" and "texts" both within these disciplines 
 and across these disciplines. 


SUBMISSION DEADLINES
 U.S. mail: Postmarked 25 October 1998
 Email: 1 November 1998
 Notification: 10 December 1998


SUBMISSIONS
 We encourage submissions that examine "language" and "texts" 
 both within and across the following: 
 -- Literature 
 -- Linguistics
 -- Writing 
 (includes rhetoric/composition, technical writing, 
 creative writing)
 -- Related disciplines
 (includes anthropology, art, communication theory, 
 cultural studies, film, history, music, philosophy, 
 psychology, theater)
 
 We welcome submissions that deal with
 -- Cognitive Linguistics
 -- Conceptual Metaphor
 -- Linguistic Analysis of Literature


INSTRUCTIONS FOR SUBMITTING
 Please find complete instructions for submitting
 -- Paper Abstracts
 -- Creative Submissions
 -- Symposia Proposals
 at our website http://www.unt.edu/languaging

 We encourage submissions from graduate students as well as 
 professional scholars. We cannot accept submissions by fax. 
 We accept submissions via e-mail at Linglitunt.edu or 
 U.S. mail at

 Languaging 99
 University of North Texas
 Department of English
 P.O. Box 311307
 Denton, TX 76203-1307


CONTACTS FOR MORE INFORMATION
 For more conference information, please write to

 Languaging 99 
 University of North Texas
 Department of English
 P. O. Box 311307
 Denton, TX 76203-1307

 or direct your questions to linglitunt.edu

Visit our web site at www.unt.edu/languaging
for updated information about
 --Plenary speakers
 --Conference registration 
 --Travel and hotels



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