LINGUIST List 9.364

Thu Mar 12 1998

Calls: Convergence/Divergence of Dialects,Kansas WPL

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  1. Paul Kerswill, Convergence/Divergence of Dialects
  2. jkyle, Kansas Working Papers in Linguistics

Message 1: Convergence/Divergence of Dialects

Date: Tue, 10 Mar 1998 18:15:28 +0000 (GMT)
From: Paul Kerswill <P.E.Kerswillreading.ac.uk>
Subject: Convergence/Divergence of Dialects


 EUROPEAN SCIENCE FOUNDATION
 The Convergence and Divergence of Dialects
 in a Changing Europe

 University of Reading, 17-19 September, 1998

A REMINDER: CLOSING DATES FOR ABSTRACTS 16th March 1998!

The final conference of the European Science Foundation Network on the
Convergence and Divergence of Dialects in a Changing Europe will take
place at the University of Reading, England, on 17-19 September,
1998. It will include invited lectures by Gaetano Berruto (Turin),
William Labov (Pennsylvania) and Peter Trudgill (Lausanne), as well as
lectures by members of the Network.
	Papers for this event are welcome from everyone working in the
area of dialect convergence and divergence in Europe, both from a
diachronic and a synchronic perspective, using qualitative or
quantitative methodology. Contributions on the smaller languages of
Europe are particularly welcome, as are papers on syntax, prosody and
discourse.

FOR FURTHER DETAILS, SEE PREVIOUS POSTINGS OR SEE THE FOLLOWING
WEBSITE:

http://www.linguistics.reading.ac.uk/research/seminars/dialect/

- OR EMAIL PAUL KERSWILL ON P.E.KERSWILLREADING.AC.UK	.
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Message 2: Kansas Working Papers in Linguistics

Date: Wed, 04 Mar 1998 12:20:55 +0000
From: jkyle <jkyleeagle.cc.ukans.edu>
Subject: Kansas Working Papers in Linguistics


Call for Papers

KANSAS WORKING PAPERS IN LINGUISTICS

Number 1: General Linguistics
Number 2: Studies in Native American Languages

Deadline: March 30, 1998 (Deadline may be negotiable)


The editors of Kansas Working Papers in Linguistics will produce two
numbers of Volume 23, for 1998. We welcome submissions of papers on
all topics in the field of linguistics and closely-related disciplines
for Number 1. Papers dealing with native lang uages of the Americas
will be selected for Number 2. Since we are a working paper,
publication in KWPL does not preclude later publication elsewhere of
revised versions of papers. Submissions should be in good readable
form (double or 1.5 spaced), not n ecessarily final copies. If
possible, please include a copy of the paper on a Mac-formatted disk,
in Microsoft Word 5.1 (or earlier), with copies of fonts of symbols
used. Student papers are encouraged.

Please include name, address, email address (if possible) when sending
correspondence.

Please send papers or inquiries to this address:	
Editors, KWPL
Linguistics Department
427 Blake Hall
Lawrence, KS
e-mail: LGSAkuhub.cc.ukans.edu
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