LINGUIST List 9.597

Wed Apr 22 1998

Calls: ADL (U. Paris), New Journal--INFORMATION

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  1. Isabelle Leglise, Atelier des Doctorants de Linguistique (ADL)
  2.>, New Journal--INFORMATION

Message 1: Atelier des Doctorants de Linguistique (ADL)

Date: Tue, 21 Apr 1998 19:30:08 +0200 (CEST)
From: Isabelle Leglise <>
Subject: Atelier des Doctorants de Linguistique (ADL)


4-5 DECEMBER 1998

 The Atelier des Doctorants de Linguistique (ADL) is an
organisation created and run by students. With the support of the
University of Paris 7, it aims at developing exchanges between
students from different theoretical backgrounds. The fifth meeting
provides an opportunity for young linguists to present their works and
exchange ideas through :

* papers on miscellaneous areas of linguistics
* workshops on interdisciplinary topics
* friendly breaks providing an opportunity for informal discussions.

This meeting is organised by students and is student-oriented.

 Papers, preferably delivered in French, should deal with the
following fields: computational linguistics, history of linguistics,
lexicology, phonetics, phonology, pragmatics, psycholinguistics,
semantics, sociolinguistics, syntax and morphology. A three-page
abstract setting out the theoretical background, hypotheses, examples
and results which are to be presented at the meeting should be sent by
October 15th.

Abstracts should be submitted, (by email in rtf-format if possible),
to (for Macintosh) (for PC formats).

If you send your abstact by mail please enclose three anonymous copies
along with a separate listing of name, institutional affiliation,
preferred mailing address, phone, e-mail address and paper title to
the following address:

5emes rencontres de l'ADL
Universite Paris 7 - Denis Diderot
UFR de Linguistique - Case 7003
Tour Centrale, piece 911
2, place Jussieu
75251 Paris Cedex 05

Accepted speakers will be notified by the program committee in early November.

The meeting will be free of charge. Furthermore, we will try to arrange
accommodation for speakers. For further information, join us at http:// or at

Program committee: Nicolas Ballier, Sabrina Bendjaballah, Patricia Cabredo
Hofherr, Emmanuelle Canut, Pierre Jalenques, Isabelle Leglise, Helene Le
Guillou de Penanros(coordination), Tobias Scheer, Kim Stroumza.

ABSTRACT DEADLINE : October 15th ,1998
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4-5 decembre 1998
Universite de Paris 7 - Denis Diderot

 Structure creee et geree par des doctorants, l'Atelier des
Doctorants de Linguistique (A.D.L.) de Paris 7, avec le soutien de son
Ecole Doctorale, a pour objectif de favoriser les echanges entre
etudiants travaillant dans des domaines et dans des cadres theoriques
differents. Dans cette optique, il organise pour la cinquieme annee
consecutive des rencontres, occasion pour de jeunes linguistes de
presenter leurs travaux et de confronter leurs points de vues a
travers :

* des presentations dans des domaines varies de la linguistique
* des ateliers-debats autour de themes transversaux
* des pauses conviviales laissant le temps aux discussions

La particularite de ces rencontres est leur caractere etudiant :
organisation, comite de lecture et intervenants.

 Les communications se situeront dans les domaines suivants:
histoire des idees linguistiques, lexicologie, linguistique et
informatique, morphologie, phonetique, phonologie, pragmatique
linguistique, psycholinguistique, semantique, sociolinguistique et
syntaxe. Les etudiants interesses enverront un resume de 3 pages
avant le 15 octobre 1998, comprenant : une explicitation de leurs
presupposes theoriques, les hypotheses, exemples et resultats exposes
lors de la presentation.

 Ce resume est a soumettre, si possible par email en format rtf
a : (format Macintosh) (format PC)

 ou a adresser, en 3 exemplaires anonymes accompagnes d'une
fiche personnalisee (nom, universite de rattachement, adresse
personnelle et professionnelle, telephone, email, titre de la
communication) a l'adresse suivante : 5emes rencontres de l'ADL
Universite Paris 7 - Denis Diderot UFR de Linguistique - Case 7003
Tour Centrale, piece 911 2, place Jussieu 75251 Paris Cedex 05

L'acceptation des communications sera notifiee par le comite de
lecture debut novembre.

La participation a ces rencontres est gratuite. Nous essaierons, de
plus, de mettre en place des possibilites d'hebergement. Les personnes
souhaitant des renseignements complementaires peuvent nous contacter a
la meme adresse ou par email, ou www: 


Organisation : Nicolas Ballier, Sabrina Bendjaballah, Patricia Cabredo
Hofherr, Emmanuelle Canut, Pierre Jalenques, Isabelle Leglise, Helene
Le Guillou de Penanros(coordination), Tobias Scheer, Kim Stroumza.

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Message 2: New Journal--INFORMATION

Date: Sun, 19 Apr 1998 19:10:34 +0900
From:> <>
Subject: New Journal--INFORMATION


 First announcement for a new journal

 I N F O R M A T I O N ISSN : 1343-4500

 An International Journal for publishing original research
papers and survey articles in Chinese, Japanese and English covering
all areas of sciences and technologies.

High quality research papers and survey articles are solicited,
covering the scope of the journal outlined below.


 The journal presents the latest information and research papers
concerning high technologies and modern sciences. The journal
introduces up-to-date trend concerning the forefront researches in all
areas of science and technology, provides a spot to presents original
and novel ideas, outlines present research activities, forecasts
future research directions, discusses some research themes, and
presents some high-level
 research papers.

 The journal covers all areas of science and technology with three
 (1) Natural Science
 (2) Cultural and Social Sciences
 (3) Engineering and Technology

 Prospective papers and articles include : commentary, the latest
trend, open problems, forecast, discussion, research papers, news,
book review, project's introduction, etc. Catalog and abstracts will
be published in Chinese, Japanese and English simultaneously. The
papers and articles may be written in either Chinese, Japanese or


 According to the essential points for preparing papers (see the
the language of manuscripts can be one of Chinese, Japanese and
English. Only original papers (not published or not simultaneously
submitted to another journal) will be considered for
publication. Copyright for published papers should be transfered to
the journal.

 For electronic contribution, the LaTex source files or PS files
are welcomed. Please e-mail the manuscripts to

 For postmail contribution, four copies of the manu script should
be airmailed to
 INFORMATION Secretariat
 Faculty of Science
 Yamaguchi University,
 Yoshida 1677-1, Yamaguchi
 753-8512, Japan.

 Manuscripts must include: (1) the title, author's name(s) and
affiliation in Chinese or Japanese (if preparing the manuscripts in
Chinese or Japanese), (2) the title, author's name(s), affiliation and
abstract in English, (3) the body of the manuscripts, (4) references,
(5) brief curriculum vitae for the author(s). Submission letters must
include the correspondent author's name, e-mail and street address,
field of the manuscript, and offprints number to order. The journal
has no page charges, but all authors are requested to buy at least 50
offprints of their papers. In some cases, it is possible, to discount
or exempt from offprints charge when publishing committee approves.
The offprints charge includes basic charge with 50 offprints and
additional charge for more than 50 offprints.


 An internationally repected Advisory Editorial Board has been
appointed, members details are as follows :


 H. Hironaka, Yamaguchi University, Japan

 C. Bai, Chinese Academy of Sciences, China

 T. Sawa, Kyoto University, Japan

 F. Cao, Peking University, China

 K. Ushijima, Kyushu University, Japan

 D. Qu, Tsinghua University, China

 W.F. McColl, University of Oxford, UK

 L. Li , Yamaguchi University, Japan


 Natural Science :
 F. Ren, Hiroshima City University, Japan

 Cultural and Social Sciences :
 N. Zhang, Hiroshima Shudo University, Japan

 Engineering and Technology :
 J. Cheng, Kyushu University, Japan

 Editing and Publishing :
 N. Zhong, Yamaguchi University, Japan


 Y. Yuan, Chinese Academy of Sciences, China

 Z. Li, National Sun Yat-Sen University, Taiwan

 W. Sun, City University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong

 J. Wang, The Institute of Statistical Math., Japan

 J.Y. Nie, University of Montreal, Canada

 K. T. Lua, National Univ. of Singapore, Singapore

 Z. Wang, Sapporo University, Japan

 M. Jin, Sapporo Gakuin University, Japan

 Z. Wang, Miyazaki Municipal University, Japan

 H. Ohnishi, Kyoto University, Japan

 G. Yi, Peking University, China

 T. Torii, Nagoya University, Japan

 S. Ma, Ibaraki University, Japan

 Z. Wu, Ibaraki University, Japan

 Y. Hong, Chinese Academy of Sciences, China

 Y. Jiang, Kyushu University, Japan

 T. Nakamura, Tohoku University, Japan

 J. Chen, Tsinghua University, China

 J. Zeng, Kyushu Institute of Technology, Japan

 H. Matsuno, Yamaguchi University, Japan

 N. Wu, Hokkaido University, Japan

 S. Liu, Hiroshima City University, Japan


 the INFORMATION journal ISSN : 1343-4500
 4 Issues per Volume :
 JP\ 6000 (In the Japan)
 JP\ 8000 (All other countries)
 Volume 1 (1998) 2 Issues :
 JP\ 3000 (In the Japan)
 JP\ 4000 (All other countries)
Prices include postage/air speeded delivery

The INFORMATION journal will be published quarterly starting from
 July, 1998.

All correspondence should be sent to:

Faculty of Science, Yamaguchi University
Yoshida 1677-1, Yamaguchi 753-8512, Japan
Tel: +81-839-335687, Fax: +81-839-335768
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