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LINGUIST List 19.1741

Sat May 31 2008

Confs: Lang Acquisition, Ling & Literature, Phonetic, Phonology/Jordan

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        1.    Said Abu Khader, Applications of Phonetics and Phonology On Arabic ‎

Message 1: Applications of Phonetics and Phonology On Arabic ‎
Date: 28-May-2008
From: Said Abu Khader <saidaabu.edu.jo>
Subject: Applications of Phonetics and Phonology On Arabic ‎
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Applications of Phonetics and Phonology On Arabic

Date: 04-Nov-2008 - 06-Nov-2008
Location: Mafraq, Jordan
Contact: Said Abu Khader
Contact Email: saidaabu.edu.jo / said19681yahoo.com
Meeting URL: http://www.aabu.edu.jo/art/home.htm

Linguistic Field(s): Applied Linguistics; Language Acquisition; Ling &
Literature; Phonetics; Phonology

Meeting Description:

It is our pleasure to invite you to participate in the Faculty of Arts and
Humanities2008 First international Linguistics Conference on ' Applications of
Phonetics and Phonology on Arabic'. This event will be held on the university
campus from November 4-6 2008, organized and hosted by the Arts and Humanities
Faculty at Al al-Bayt University.

The conference has the following main objectives:

Firstly, to handle issues related to phonetics and phonology Terms, and to shed
a new light on the contributions of ancient Arab linguists to the terminology
Pertaining to phonetics and phonology.

Secondly, to focus on the phonological system of The Holy Quran, namely Quranic
recitations via phonological studies.

Thirdly, to tackle phonological and phonetic phenomena of old and modern Arabic

Fourthly, to study phonetic and phonological changes of Arabic.

Fifthly, to focus on the far reaching effects of rapid technological changes on
the phonetic study of Arabic, and the resulting demands of computational
phonetics applications on Arabic.

Sixthly, to analyze the phonetic and phonological systems of Arabic, through
investigating the correlation between these systems and other linguistic
systems, such morphological, syntactic, and semantic, on one hand, and examining
translation, language acquisition, and language learning problems, on the other.

Seventhly, to explore the far reaching results of phonetics and phonology on
applied linguistics fields, such lexicography, phono- stylistics, etc.

We hope that this conference and similar conferences will enrich and bridge the
Phonetic and phonological Arabic language studies among language studies.

We take a great pleasure in inviting you to participate in making this event a


Time: November 4-6, 2008

Place: AL al-Bayt University Campus

Application Form Deadline: 1/6/2008

Papers and Abstracts Deadline: 1/8/2008

Conference Fees: No Fees

Cost: University covers housing and hospitality for (3-7, November), and for
participants out side the country transportation from and to ALIA international
Airport in Amman.

Organizing Committee

Prof. Fawwaz M. Al- Abed Al- Haq, Dean, Arts and Humanities Faculty Chairman.
Dr. Said J. Abu Khader, Arabic Lang. and Lit. Dept., Coordinator.
Prof. Ali H. Al Bawab, Arabic Lang. and Lit. Dept., Member.
Prof. Shokri A. Al Madi, Arabic Lang. and Lit. Dept., Member.
Prof. Mahmoud A. Kanakri, Dean of Research and Graduate Studies, Member.
Dr. Ibrahim Y. Al Sayyed Arabic Lang. and Lit. Dept., Member.
Dr. Zayd Kh. Al Qaralah, Arabic Lang. and Lit. Dept., Member.
Dr.Abdel Rahman M. Hawaidi Arabic Lang. and Lit. Dept., Member.
Dr.Mahmoud M.. Al-deeky Arabic Lang. and Lit. Dept., Member.
Dr.Muntaha T. AL Harahsheh Arabic Lang. and Lit. Dept., Member.
Dr.Adnan A. Kadhim Modern Languages Dept. Member.
Dr. Ahmed S. Al-Oliemat Modern Languages Dept. Member.
Dr.Mohamad S. Al Esa History Dept. Member
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