lyle.campbell at LINGUISTICS.UTAH.EDU
Thu Nov 4 21:27:26 UTC 2004
Dear Endangered Languages Folks:
I would like to draw your attention to the following conference:
Conference on Endangered Languages and Cultures of Native America
Call for Papers
Call Deadline: Jan 14, 2005
The CONFERENCE ON ENDANGERED LANGUAGES AND
CULTURES OF NATIVE AMERICA (1st annual CELCNA
meeting) will be held April 8-9, 2005, on the
University of Utah campus in Salt Lake City, Utah.
The sponsors of this conference are: (1) Center
for American Indian Languages (CAIL), University
of Utah, (2) Department of Anthropology, National
Museum of Natural History, Smithsonian
Institution, (3) Department of Linguistics, U of
Utah and (4) College of Humanities, U of Utah.
The keynote speaker will be Dr. Leanne Hinton
(Chair, Dept of Linguistics, University of
We invite papers dealing with any aspect of
endangered Native American languages, in
particular on documentation or revitalization.
Papers are 20 minutes each in length, with an
additional 10 minutes for discussion. ABSTRACTS
MUST BE RECEIVED by Jan 14, 2005. The program
committee will attempt to provide notification of
acceptance by Jan. 21 (by e-mail).
Abstract submission guidelines:
The abstract should be no more than 500 words
in length. It should include the title of the
paper and the name (or names) of the
author/authors, together with the
author's/authors' affiliation. (If the paper is
accepted, this abstract will be reproduced in
conference materials to be distributed to other
Abstracts must be submitted electronically.
Submissions should be in Microsoft Word document,
Rich Text Format (RTF), or Portable Document
Format (PDF). If possible, avoid special fonts
(or arrange with the organizers so they can be
Please include in addition to your abstract
appropriate contact details, which include:
contact author's name, e-mail address for the
period of time from January to April 2005, and a
telephone contact number.
More than one abstract may be submitted per
person; however, only one paper per person will
be accepted for presentation. (The only
exception may be in instances where at least one
of the papers has multiple authors.)
Address abstracts to:
lyle.campbell at linguistics.utah.edu (Lyle
Campbell), no later than Jan. 14, 2005.
Additional information on CELCNA will be posted
on www.hum.utah.edu/linguistics. Address
enquiries for further information to:
Phatmandu7 at aol.com (Jen Mitchell), or julialice at yahoo.com (Julia Pratt)
If you need further information not easily
arranged via e-mail, please call: Tel.
801-581-8047 (Julia Pratt), or 801-585-9785
(Linguistics Dept.), during business hours
(Mountain Standard Time), or Fax 801-585-7351.
Pre-conference event: For those interested, the
Fourth Annual University of Utah Student
Conference in Linguistics takes place immediately
before the CELCNA meeting, on April 7. Leanne
Hinton is the keynote speaker for this
conference, also, which is a separate and
independent meeting. (Additional information
will be posted on www.hum.utah.edu/linguistics.)
Dr. Lyle Campbell,
Professor of Linguistics, Director of the Center for American Indian Languages
Dept. of Linguistics, University of Utah, 255 S.
Central Campus Drive, Salt Lake City,
Utah 84112-0492 Tel. 801-581-3441 (office), 801-585-9785 (Linguistics Dept.),
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