LINGUIST List 11.1086

Fri May 12 2000

Calls: Terminologie Bilingue, MAKING SENSE

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  1. Anca Gata, Terminologie Bilingue
  2. meulen, MAKING SENSE: From Lexeme to Discourse

Message 1: Terminologie Bilingue

Date: Fri, 12 May 2000 18:48:28 +0100 (BST)
From: Anca Gata <anca_gatayahoo.co.uk>
Subject: Terminologie Bilingue


colloque
TERMINOLOGIE BILINGUE :
TH�ORIE, PRATIQUE, DIDACTIQUE
Galati, ROMANIE, du 1er au 3 juin 2000

Organisateur : Universit� "Dunarea de Jos" Galati, Roumanie

Domaines d'int�r�t :
dictionnaires terminologiques bilingues et plurilingues outils de
recherche en terminologie strat�gies d'enseignement de la terminologie
terminologie et didactique multim�dia terminologie et
interculturalisme d�veloppement des inforoutes terminologiques

Calendrier :
le 20 MAI 2000 : date limite de r�ception des propositions de
communications (r�sum� d'environ 200 mots)

H�bergement :
h�tel **
r�sidence universitaire
Pour tout renseignement compl�mentaire contactez 
Mirela MOLDOVEANU
D�partement de Langues Modernes Appliqu�es
Universit� "Dunarea de Jos" Galati
47, rue Domneasca
6200 - Galati, Roumanie
Fax : 004.036.461353
Courrier �lectronique : mirelamoldoveanuhotmail.com
			anca_gatausa.net



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Je souhaite m'inscrire au colloque Terminologie
bilingue : th�orie, pratique, didactique

Nom :
Pr�nom :
Adresse de courrier :

Adresse �lectronique :
Fax :
T�l�phone :

Titre de la communication (� attacher le r�sum�) :

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Anca Gata
Lecturer in French and English
Head of Department of Applied Modern Languages (DELIM)
Faculty of Letters, History and Theology
University "Dunarea de Jos" - GALATI
str. DOMNEASCA nr. 47
6200 GALATI - ROMANIA
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Message 2: MAKING SENSE: From Lexeme to Discourse

Date: Thu, 11 May 2000 18:01:56 +0200
From: meulen <atmlet.rug.nl>
Subject: MAKING SENSE: From Lexeme to Discourse

C A L L F O R P A P E R S

MAKING SENSE
>From Lexeme to Discourse

Department of English
University of Groningen
The Netherlands
November 6-8, 2000

A conference in honour of Prof. Dr. Werner Abraham
on the occasion of his retirement

Invited Speakers:
	John Ole ASKEDAL, University in Oslo, Norway
Anthony P. COWIE, hon. reader lexicography, School of English, Leeds 
University, U.K.
David DOWTY, Ohio State University, USA 
	Veronika EHRICH, University of T�bingen, Germany 
	Elly VAN GELDEREN, Arizona State University, USA
	Susan OLSEN, University of Leipzig, Germany
	
The conference is designed to address how lexical meaning, sentential 
meaning and discourse meaning affect the process of interpretation of 
texts. It brings the synchronic and diachronic issues of lexicography 
together with those of natural language semantics, pragmatics of 
discourse studies and psycholinguistic and computational aspects of 
human information processing. A common focus is on the role of context in 
interpretation at all levels. Prior to the conference Dr. Rosamund Moon 
(University of Birmingham, UK) will give a tutorial entitled From Corpus
to Dictionary.

Authors are invited to submit a one page printed or faxed abstract by 
June 15th, 2000. Fourteen contributed papers will be selected for 
presentation by the programme committee. Other authors of submitted 
abstracts may be invited to present their work in the poster session 
during the conference. 
Publication of invited and contributed papers is anticipated.

Important Dates:
	Abstract deadline	 	June 15, 2000
	Programme announced	 	September 1, 2000
	Conference			 	November 6-8, 2000


Programme Committee:
Alice ter Meulen, Tette Hofstra, Geart van der Meer, Karin Olsen

Inquiries: 	cetlet.rug.nl, phone (31) (050) 363-5850, fax (31) (050) 
363-5821
Address: 	Making Sense, Department of English, University of Groningen,
			PO Box 716, NL-9700 AS Groningen, The Netherlands.
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