LINGUIST List Daily Summary for Mon Oct 15 2007

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LINGUIST List Summary: Issues Posted on Mon Oct 15 2007.

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18.2999, Calls: Syntax/Semantics/Pragmatics/Traitement Automatique des ... (Jrnl)

  1) From:      Pierre Zweigenbaum < pz at >
     Subject:   Traitement Automatique des Langues

18.3000, Confs: General Linguistics/Switzerland

  1) From:      Elwys De Stefani < elwys.destefani at >
     Subject:   Proper Names in Spoken Language

18.3001, Confs: Anthropological Ling, Discourse Analysis, Socioling/Belgium

  1) From:      Mena Lafkioui < Mena.Lafkioui at >
     Subject:   Language, Power and Identity in North Africa and the Diaspora

18.3002, Qs: Languages with Weight-sensitive Tone?

  1) From:      Patrick Liu < ppliu at >
     Subject:   Languages with Weight-sensitive Tone?

18.3003, Qs: Origin of More + Adj vs. Adj + -er in English

  1) From:      Peyton Todd < peytontodd at >
     Subject:   Origin of More + Adj vs. Adj + -er in English

18.3004, Qs: Tone Orthography Experimentation

  1) From:      Dave Roberts < dave_roberts at >
     Subject:   Tone Orthography Experimentation

18.3005, Sum: Partial /p/ Reduplicants

  1) From:      Mark Jones < markjjones at >
     Subject:   Partial /p/ Reduplicants

18.3006, Support: Greek, Ancient & Syntactic Change: PhD Student, Leiden University

  1) From:      Jeroen van de Weijer < at >
     Subject:   Greek, Ancient & Syntactic Change: PhD Student, Leiden University, Netherlands

18.3007, Calls: Applied Ling,General Ling/France; Historical Ling,Syntax/Germany

  1) From:      Cedric Sarre < cedric.sarre at >
     Subject:   29th GERAS Conference

  2) From:      Florian Haas < f.haas at >
     Subject:   Syntax of the World's Languages III

18.3008, Calls: Applied Ling/Canada; General Ling/USA

  1) From:      Luis Ochoa < lochoa at >
     Subject:   Teaching Spanish as a Foreign Language in Quebec

  2) From:      Catherine Lai < laic at >
     Subject:   Penn Linguistics Colloquium

18.3009, Calls: Cognitive Science,General Ling/UK; Semantics/Italy

  1) From:      Christopher Hart < c.j.hart at >
     Subject:   Meaning Construction in Critical Discourse Analysis

  2) From:      Daniele Radicioni < radicion at >
     Subject:   Formal Ontologies Meet Industry

18.3010, Calls: General Ling/Japan; General Ling/Canada

  1) From:      Azusa Yokogoshi < yokogoshi at >
     Subject:   ELSJ Spring Forum 2008

  2) From:      Zita McRobbie < mcrobbie at >
     Subject:   Finno-Ugric Studies Association of Canada Conference

18.3011, Calls: Applied Ling/Canada; General Ling/Finland

  1) From:      Peter Kastberg < pk at >
     Subject:   IPCC 2008

  2) From:      Susanna Shore < susanna.shore at >
     Subject:   European Systemic Functional Linguistics Conference

18.3012, Calls: Phonology/USA

  1) From:      Tom Klingler < klingler at >
     Subject:   Journées PFC 2008: Structures du français en contact

18.3013, FYI: LOT Winter School 2008

  1) From:      Sergio Baauw < sergio.baauw at >
     Subject:   LOT Winter School 2008

18.3014, FYI: Brill's Special Backlist Offer

  1) From:      Liesbeth Kanis < kanis at >
     Subject:   Brill's Special Backlist Offer

18.3015, Calls: Applied Ling,Computational,General Ling/USA

  1) From:      Phil McCarthy < pmccarthy at >
     Subject:   Applied Natural Language Processing

18.3016, Support: Bayesian Models of Language Acquisition: PhD Student, Brown U

  1) From:      Johnson Mark < Mark_Johnson at >
     Subject:   Bayesian Models of Language Acquisition: PhD Student, Brown University, Providence, RI, USA

18.3017, FYI: Documenting Endangered Languages 2007 Awards

  1) From:      Terry Langendoen < dlangend at >
     Subject:   Documenting Endangered Languages 2007 Awards

18.3018, Jobs: English & Natural Language Processing: Asst Prof, U of Maryland

  1) From:      Adelaide Findlay < adelaide at >
     Subject:   English & Natural Language Processing: Asst Prof, University of Maryland, College Park, MD, USA

18.3019, Confs: Semantics, Syntax, Typology/Germany

  1) From:      Alexis Dimitriadis < reciprocals07 at >
     Subject:   Reciprocals Cross-Linguistically

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