ILA-call for papers
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The International Linguistic Association (formerly: The Linguistic
Circle of New York) will host its annual conference for 2003 at New
York Univeristy on April 4,5,6. The theme is Dialects and
Dialectology. Visit the following web site and click on Annual
Conference for details: http://www.ilaword.org
I L A
INTERNATIONAL LINGUISTIC ASSOCIATION
48th ANNUAL CONFERENCE, APRIL 4-6, 2003
NEW YORK UNIVERSITY, NEW YORK, NY
Major Theme: DIALECTS and DIALECTOLOGY
While papers on that theme are especially
abstracts on any subject in theoretical and applied
linguistics will be welcomed.
Walt Wolfram (University of North Carolina)
Joan Hall, editor in chief of the Dictionary of American
Single-spaced, anonymous abstracts of not more
than 425 words should
clearly state the problems addressed, or research
questions, and some
indication of results or conclusions. Send via
e-mail to the conference
coordinator, preferably as an attachment, with
title of paper, addresses, affiliation,and
audio-visual equipment needed.
Simultaneously, send to the coordinator, via
snail mail, and in a size 10
(4 1/8*9 1/2) envelope, 1 hardcopy of the abstract,
for editing and
Those wishing to propose panels, or special
sessions, etc., should
contact the program chair.
Time allotted will be 20 minutes for delivery of the paper
plus 5 minutes discussion.
Deadline for receipt of abstracts is January
Local host: John R. Costello
(e-mail:john.costello at nyu.edu).
Program Chair: David K.Barnhart
(e-mail:Barnhart at Highlands.com).
Conference Coordinator: Johanna J. Woltjer
(e-mail:jwoltjer at earthlink.net).
511 West 112 Street # 14
New York, NY 10025-1634, USA
e-mail: jwoltjer at earthlink.net
Tel. (212) 749-3366
The ILA-WORD website will provide continuous
conference arrangements, etc.:
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