LINGUIST List 10.207

Wed Feb 10 1999

Calls: Lexicography, Ling Association of the Southwest

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  1. Ruth Vatvedt Fjeld, Third International School in Lexicography
  2. D. VILLA, Linguistic Association of the Southwest

Message 1: Third International School in Lexicography

Date: Mon, 8 Feb 1999 16:08:46 +0100
From: Ruth Vatvedt Fjeld <r.e.v.fjeldinl.uio.no>
Subject: Third International School in Lexicography

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Date: Mon, 08 Feb 1999 10:17:48 +0100
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Subject: Third International School in Lexicography
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FIRST CIRCULAR


THIRD INTERNATIONAL SCHOOL IN LEXICOGRAPHY "DICTIONARY IN CONTEMPORARY
WORLD"

IVANOVO STATE UNIVERSITY 14-16 September, 1999


Guest speaker Dr. Ruth Vatvedt Fjeld, University of Oslo, Department of
Scandinavian Studies, Section of Norwegian Lexicography, with following
topics:

1. Is Lexicography a Linguistic Discipline?
2. Homonymy, Polysemy and vagueness as Lexicographic Problems.
3. Plagiarism, Criminality and Ethics in lexicography and Dictionary Making.
4. Lexicography and Language Ideology in Scandinavia.

Plenary lectures will be delivered by prominent Russian scholars from
Moscow and St.-Petersburg. Sessions to be held during conference:

Historical Lexicography,
Learners Dictionaries,
Dictionaries for Special Purposes,
New Dictionary Projects.

To apply for participation in the conference and for further information
please contact:
karpovaivgu.ivanovo.su.
tel. 007 0932 30 02 91
fax. 007 0932 32 66 00.

//////////////
Regustration fee will be probably 150 dollars, will include meals and
accommodation. All foreign guests will be met in Moscow by bus from
Ivanovo (appr. 4-5 hours drive).



Ruth Vatvedt Fjeld
Postboks 1001 Blindern
0315 Oslo
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Message 2: Linguistic Association of the Southwest

Date: Mon, 8 Feb 1999 19:59:14 -0700 (MST)
From: D. VILLA <dvillaNMSU.Edu>
Subject: Linguistic Association of the Southwest



CALL FOR PAPERS

LASSO XXVIII

The 28th Annual Meeting of the Linguistic Association of the Southwest
(LASSO)

October 1-3, 1999

Hosted by the University of Texas at San Antonio
San Antonio, Texas

Invited Speakers:

Paul Hopper (Carnegie Mellon University)
Guy Bailey (University of Texas at San Antonio)

Presidential Address:

Jill Brody (Louisiana State University)

For further information, please visit our website at:
http://www.tamu-commerce.edu/swjl/lasso.html

Proposals for papers in any area of linguistics will be
considered. Submissions on the topic of "Language Change and Contact:
Synchronic and Diachronic Perspectives" are particularly
encouraged. We welcome submissions by graduate students, who may
submit papers following the conference for consideration for the
Helmut Esau Prize, a $250 cash award made annually by LASSO.

Presentation time for papers is limited to twenty minutes plus ten
minutes for discussion. The deadline for receipt of abstracts is June
1, 1999. Those who submit abstracts will be notified as to whether
their papers have or have not been accepted by July 20, 1999. Only one
abstract as single author and a second as co-author will be accepted
from any individual. Abstracts must be no longer than one page
(maximum 250 words) and should summarize the main points of the paper
and explain relevant aspects of the data, methodology, and
argumentation employed. Use of special font items (e.g., phonetic
symbols, diacritic marks, branching diagrams, or logical notation)
should be kept to a bare minimum. Abstracts of papers will be
published AS RECEIVED in a booklet for distribution at the meeting.

At the beginning of the abstract write the title of the paper. At the
end of the abstract repeat the title and also list the author's name
(if more than one author, list names in the order they should appear
in the program), academic affiliation, mailing address, telephone
number, and e-mail address. E-mail submissions are strongly
preferred. Abstracts should be e-mailed to:

Daniel Villa: dvillanmsu.edu 

Submitters will receive an e-mail reply notifying them that their
abstracts have been received and will be considered. If such
notification has not been received within one week, that means the
e-mailed abstract did not reach its destination and should be
resubmitted. Authors who do not have access to e-mail or whose
abstracts contain special symbols should send one paper copy of the
abstract along with one disk copy (with the disk labeled as to
operating system and word processing program) to:

Daniel Villa, LASSO Vice-President
Dept. of Languages and Linguistics
Box 30001, Dept. 3L
New Mexico State University
Las Cruces, NM 88003
Telephone 505-646-4541

Authors are strongly encouraged to send their completed, polished
papers -- or any other work they want to have considered for
publication -- to The Southwest Journal of Linguistics. Presentation
of papers is a privilege of membership in LASSO. Individuals' 1999
dues must be paid by June 1 in order for their abstracts to be
considered. Annual dues are US$20 (dues for students, retired persons,
or those not employed are reduced to US$10); checks for dues should be
made out to LASSO. To pay dues or to obtain additional information,
contact:

Mary Jane Hurst, Executive Director, LASSO
Department of English, Texas Tech University
Lubbock, TX 79409-3091
phone 806-742-2501; fax 806-742-0989
e-mail: mjhurstttu.edu
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