7.1153, Calls: Contrastive ling, Historical ling (ICHL 1997)

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LINGUIST List:  Vol-7-1153. Thu Aug 15 1996. ISSN: 1068-4875. Lines:  139
 
Subject: 7.1153, Calls: Contrastive ling, Historical ling (ICHL 1997)
 
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Date:  Thu, 15 Aug 1996 09:37:42 -0000
From:  paul at ccl.umist.ac.uk (Paul Bennett)
Subject:  Contrastive ling
 
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Date:  Mon, 12 Aug 1996 13:48:56 BST
From:  ichl1997 at phil-fak-3.phil-fak.uni-duesseldorf.de (Organisator)
Subject:  Historical ling--ICHL 1997
 
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Date:  Thu, 15 Aug 1996 09:37:42 -0000
From:  paul at ccl.umist.ac.uk (Paul Bennett)
Subject:  Contrastive ling
 
 
A workshop on Approaches to Contrastive Linguistics will be held at
UMIST, Manchester, UK, on Saturday 2 November 1996. The aim is to
bring together people working on contrastive linguistics from a
variety of viewpoints, primarily language teaching, human and machine
translation, and linguistic typology and universals.
 
Offers of papers are requested on any relevant topic, including the
following:
 - Findings from typological linguistics which are relevant to
   translation or language teaching
 - The relevance of linguistic universals to language teaching and/or
   translation
 - Language universals and second-language learning
 - Existing applications of contrastive linguistics in language
   teaching or translation
 
Papers should be 30-40 minutes in length. Please send a one-page
abstract by 15 September to:
Paul Bennett
Department of Language Engineering
UMIST
P O Box 88
Manchester
M60 1QD
Great Britain
email: paul at ccl.umist.ac.uk
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Date:  Mon, 12 Aug 1996 13:48:56 BST
From:  ichl1997 at phil-fak-3.phil-fak.uni-duesseldorf.de (Organisator)
Subject:  Historical ling--ICHL 1997
 
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                              - FIRST CIRCULAR -
 
         The XIII International Conference on Historical Linguistics
 
                               will be held at
 
            Heinrich-Heine-Universitaet of Duesseldorf, Germany
 
                             10 - 17 August 1997
 
                           Plenary speakers include:
 
                           Henning Andersen (UCLA)
                          Kate Burridge (Melbourne)
                        Wallace Chafe (Santa Barbara)
                          Konrad Ehlich (Muenchen)
                          Marvin Herzog (Columbia)
                          Dieter Kastovsky (Wien)
                           Donka Minkova (UCLA)
                       Marianne Mithun (Santa Barbara)
                           David Olson (Toronto)
                         John Rickford (Stanford)
                         Suzanne Romaine (Oxford)
                   Brigitte Schlieben-Lange (Tuebingen)
                          Dan Slobin (Berkeley)
 
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      Papers are invited either for any topic in historical
       linguistics, or for one of the special topic areas:
 
                Media, written language, and language change
         Norms and change of (linguistic) norms in modern societies
               Markedness, naturalness, and the invisible hand
          American Indian languages: relationships and developments
            Universal and social factors in language contact
             The development of Yiddish as a contact language
           Linguistic prehistory and history in Eastern Europe
 
One page abstracts may be submitted either by mail (one hard copy
accompanied by an ASCII-file on a diskette) or, preferably, by email
(ASCII-file only) so as to arrive no later than 1st October 1996
 
                   --- official airline: Lufthansa ---
 
                mail: Dieter Stein
                      Heinrich-Heine-Universitaet Duesseldorf
                      Anglistik III
                      Universitaetsstr. 1
                      D-40225 Duesseldorf
                      Germany
 
               email: ICHL1997 at phil-fak.uni-duesseldorf.de
 
                      phone : 49-(0)211-811-2936
                        fax : 49-(0)211-811-3026
 
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