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LINGUIST List 19.1717

Thu May 29 2008

Calls: Lang Doc/USA; Applied Ling,Lang Acq,Ling Theories/Ireland

Editor for this issue: F. Okki Kurniawan <okkilinguistlist.org>


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        1.    Nick Thieberger, 1st Int'l Conference on Language Documentation
        2.    Tadhg Ó hIfearnáin, Language Policy and Language Learning


Message 1: 1st Int'l Conference on Language Documentation
Date: 28-May-2008
From: Nick Thieberger <nick.thiebergerhawaii.edu>
Subject: 1st Int'l Conference on Language Documentation
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Full Title: 1st Int'l Conference on Language Documentation
Short Title: 1st ICLDC09

Date: 12-Mar-2009 - 17-Mar-2009
Location: Honolulu, Hawaii, USA
Contact Person: Nick Thieberger
Meeting Email: icldchawaii.edu
Web Site: http://nflrc.hawaii.edu/ICLDC09

Linguistic Field(s): Language Documentation

Call Deadline: 15-Sep-2008

Meeting Description:

1st International Conference on Language Documentation and Conservation:
Supporting Small Languages Together. Honolulu, Hawai'i, March 12-14, 2009

The 1st International Conference on Language Documentation and Conservation
(ICLDC) will be held at the Hawaii Imin International Conference Center, on the
east side of the University of Hawai'i at Manoa campus, from March 12th-14th,
2009. There will also be an optional opportunity to visit Hilo, on the Big
Island of Hawai'i, in an extension of the conference that will focus on the
Hawaiian language revitalization program, March 16th-17th.

Call for Papers

It has been a decade since Himmelmann's article on language documentation
appeared and focused the field into thinking in terms of creating a lasting
record of a language that could be used by speakers as well as by academics.
This conference aims to assess what has been achieved in the past decade and
what the practice of language documentation within linguistics has been and can
be. It has become apparent that there is too much for a linguist alone to
achieve and that language documentation requires collaboration. This conference
will focus on the theme of collaboration in language documentation and
revitalization and will include sessions on interdisciplinary topics.

Plenary Speakers include:
Nikolaus Himmelmann, University of Münster
Leanne Hinton, UC Berkeley
Paul Newman, Indiana University, University of Michigan
Phil Cash Cash, University of Arizona

Presentation formats:
Papers will be allowed 20 minutes with 10 minutes of question time.
Posters will be on display throughout the conference. Poster presentations will
run during the lunch breaks.
Colloquia (themed sets of sessions) associated with the theme of the conference
are also welcome.

We welcome abstracts on the issue of a retrospective on language
documentation-an assessment after a decade, and on topics related to
collaborative language documentation and conservation which may include:
- Community-based documentation/conservation initiatives
- Community viewpoints on documentation
- Issues in building language documentation in collaborative teams
- Interdisciplinary fieldwork
- Collaboration for mobilization of language data
- Technology in documentation - methods and pitfalls
- Graduate students and documentation
- Topics in areal language documentation
- Training in documentation methods - beyond the university
- Teaching/learning small languages
- Language revitalization
- Language archiving
- Balancing documentation and language learning

This is not an exhaustive list and individual papers and/or colloquia on topics
outside these remits are warmly welcomed.

Abstract Submission:
Abstracts should be submitted in English, but presentations can be in any
language. We particularly welcome presentations in languages of the region.

Abstracts are due by September 15th, 2008 with notification of acceptance by
October 17th 2008.

Abstracts will be entered online at the conference webpage. (available July 2008).

We ask for abstracts of 400 words for online publication so that conference
participants can have a good idea of the content of your paper and a 50 word
summary for inclusion in the conference program.

Selected papers from the conference will be invited to submit to the journal
Language Documentation & Conservation for publication.
Message 2: Language Policy and Language Learning
Date: 28-May-2008
From: Tadhg Ó hIfearnáin <tadhg.ohifearnainul.ie>
Subject: Language Policy and Language Learning
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Full Title: Language Policy and Language Learning
Short Title: LPLL 2009

Date: 18-Jun-2009 - 20-Jun-2009
Location: University of Limerick, Ireland
Contact Person: Tadhg Ó hIfearnáin
Meeting Email: LPLL2009ul.ie
Web Site: http://www.ul.ie/~lcs/lpll2009/

Linguistic Field(s): Applied Linguistics; Language Acquisition; Linguistic Theories

Call Deadline: 18-Dec-2008

Meeting Description:

The Irish Association for Applied Linguistics / Cumann na Teangeolaíochta
Feidhmí will host this large international conference on language policy and
language learning immediately after a meeting of the AILA Executive Board and
International Committee in the university.

Call for Papers

Deadline extended- 18 December 2008

The conference is concerned with all aspects of language policy and the learning
of languages. It will address the status and form of languages as well as
acquisition policies pertaining to their teaching and learning. It will welcome
papers, posters and panels on promoting and managing language policy and
research on the development, implementation and effects of language policy in
all regions of the world. The organisers will particularly welcome studies that
contribute to language policy theory, both in regard to language learning and
other domains.

Abstracts for Panels, Papers and Posters are invited. Details are available at
the conference website.

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