10.800, Calls: Lang/Social Interaction, Colloquium of Ling

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Subject: 10.800, Calls: Lang/Social Interaction, Colloquium of Ling

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Date:  Fri, 21 May 1999 06:13:39 -0700 (PDT)
From:  alan harris <vcspc005 at csun.edu>
Subject:  LSI Program Call (fwd)

2)
Date:  Fri, 21 May 1999 06:37:54 -0700 (PDT)
From:  alan harris <vcspc005 at csun.edu>
Subject:  SEMCOM:34th Colloquium of Linguistics - Final Call for Papers (fwd)

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Date:  Fri, 21 May 1999 06:13:39 -0700 (PDT)
From:  alan harris <vcspc005 at csun.edu>
Subject:  LSI Program Call (fwd)

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From: LChandler at orst.edu
Subject: LSI Program Call

Greetings WSCA Language and Social Interaction Interest Group Members!

My name is Natalie Dollar and I'm the LSI Chair for the 2000
Sacramento conference. I wanted to touch base and quickly remind you
that program proposals are due Monday, June 14, 1999. They are to be
sent to me at the address below. I ask that you consider submitting a
program and/or a competitive paper (due Sept. 13, 1999). LSI, like
many other divisions, has experienced a decline in program and paper
submissions over the past few years. Please talk with your peers,
graduate students, and other interested scholars about contributing to
LSI. We welcome newcomers and sincerely hope that our existing
membership increases their submissions. Below I have included some
information regarding program submissions. For complete submission
instructions please see the WSCA web site
http://www.csufresno.edu/speechcomm/wsca.htm  or contact me for more
information.  I look forward to hearing from you and receiving your
proposals!


WSCA 2000 Conference Theme: Centering Communication in our Communities

Program Proposals should include:
(a) 	Thematic title of program
(b) 	Names, addresses, phone numbers, email addresses, and affiliations
        of all participants
(c) 	Title and brief description of each presentation
(d) 	Equipment needed for program

Please send 5 copies of your program proposal to be received by June
14, 1999 to Dr. Natalie Dollar, Department of Speech Communication,
Oregon State University, 104 Shepard Hall, Corvallis, OR 97331-6199

I can be reached via email (dollarn at ucs.orst.edu  OR  ndollar at orst.edu).

Thanks so much for your attention and once again, I sincerely look
forward to receiving your proposal.

Natalie

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       Alan C. Harris, Ph. D.          TELNOS: main off:  818-677-2853
       Professor, Communication/Linguistics  direct off:  818-677-2874
       Department of Communication Studies
       California State University, Northridge     home:  818-366-3165
       COMMS-8257 CSUN                             FAX:   818-677-2663
       Northridge, CA 91330-8257 INTERNET  email: ALAN.HARRIS at CSUN.EDU
                 WWW homepage: http://www.csun.edu/~vcspc005
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Date:  Fri, 21 May 1999 06:37:54 -0700 (PDT)
From:  alan harris <vcspc005 at csun.edu>
Subject:  SEMCOM:34th Colloquium of Linguistics - Final Call for Papers (fwd)

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SEMCOM >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>
==================================//is an online bulletin primarily for
dissemination of semiotic, semiological, discursive, linguistic, visual
and allied information pertaining to the study of signs.  It is
solely owned and operated by Alan C. Harris Ph.D. and is distributed free
of charge to members of the Commission on Semiotics and Communication,
National Communication Association, members of the Semiotic Society of
America, and other "fellow travelers" who request the service. . . //
[If you would like to be included in the SEMCOM list, please reply or send
a note to alan.harris at csun.edu with the command, "add SEMCOM", in the
body.   tia, a.]
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From: Reinhard Rapp <rapp at psycho.uni-paderborn.de>
Subject: 34th Colloquium of Linguistics - Final Call for Papers


          ____________________________________________
         |                                            |
         |       34th COLLOQUIUM OF LINGUISTICS       |
         |                                            |
         |        34. LINGUISTISCHES KOLLOQUIUM       |
         |                                            |
         |         34e COLLOQUE LINGUISTIQUE          |
         |                                            |
         |            September 7-10, 1999            |
         |                                            |
         |        University of Mainz, Germany        |
         |____________________________________________|
         |                                            |
         |            FINAL CALL FOR PAPERS           |
         |                                            |
         |            Deadline: May 31, 1999          |
         |____________________________________________|

          ____________________________________________
         |                                            |
         |  NEW NEW NEW NEW NEW NEW NEW NEW NEW NEW   |
         |                                            |
         |   Additional Tutorial - Sydney M. Lamb:    |
         |   "The Neurocognitive Basis of Language"   |
         |                                            |
         |   Travel Support for Scientists from       |
         |   Eastern Europe                           |
         |____________________________________________|


We cordially invite you to participate in the 34th Colloquium of
Linguistics which will take place at the Johannes Gutenberg-
Universitaet Mainz, Faculty of Applied Linguistics and Cultural
Studies in Germersheim, from September 7 to September 10, 1999.  The
motto of this year's conference will be "Linguistics on the Way into
the New Millennium". Continuing the tradition of the colloquium, there
will be no restrictions regarding the choice of topics. The conference
languages are English, German, and French. Presentations should not
exceed 30 minutes which includes 10 minutes of discussion. The
deadline for abstracts is May 31, 1999. A volume of abstracts will be
available at the conference.  The proceedings with the full papers
will be published after the conference with Peter Lang-Verlag.

In a break with tradition, this year's conference program will be
supplemented by a number of tutorials. Each tutorial comprises three
hours and is intended to give a concise introduction to a specific
field for audiences with a different focus of research.

We are particularly happy to offer you a bus excursion to the old city
of Heidelberg with a guided tour through the castle on Thursday,
September 9. On the way, we will stop in Speyer, whose Cathedral
(Kaiserdom) is part of the UNESCO's world cultural heritage.

Please do not hesitate to bring this announcement to the attention of
interested colleagues. More information can be found on our website at
http://www.fask.uni-mainz.de/lk/

Prof. Dr. Dieter Huber                    Dr. Reinhard Rapp


IMPORTANT DATES

May 31, 1999    - Submission of abstracts
                  (confirmation within two weeks)
                - Conference registration (reduced rate)
                - Registration for tutorials & excursion
                - Hotel reservation

Nov. 30, 1999   - Submission of full papers for the proceedings


PRELIMINARY PROGRAM

- ---------------------------------------------------------
               |  Morning    |   Afternoon  |    Evening
- -------------+-------------+--------------+--------------
 Tue, Sept. 7  |  Tutorials  |   Tutorials  |  Germersheim
               |             |              |  Guided Tour
- -------------+-------------+--------------+--------------
 Wed, Sept. 8  | Opening &   |     Papers   |   Reception
               |   Papers    |              |  (Town Hall)
- -------------+-------------+-----------------------------
 Thu, Sept. 9  |   Papers    |   Excursion to Heidelberg
               |             |          and Speyer
- -------------+-------------------------------------------
 Fri, Sept. 10 |    Papers &    |         (Departure)
               | Conference End |
- ---------------------------------------------------------

The presentations will be organized in several parallel sections.


TUTORIALS

- ---------------------------------------------------------
    Time     |            Tutorial            |  Language
- -----------+--------------------------------+------------
 9.00-12.30  | Prof. Peter Hellwig: Natural   |  English
             | Language Parsing, Part 1       |
             |                                |
 9.00-12.30  | Christian Otto: Sprachtech-    |  German
             | nologie fuer das Internet      |
- -----------+--------------------------------+------------
 14.00-17.30 | Prof. Peter Hellwig: Natural   |  English
             | Language Parsing, Part 2       |
             |                                |
 14.00-17.30 | Prof. Uta Seewald-Heeg:        |  German
             | Maschinelle Uebersetzung       |
             |                                |
 14.00-17.30 | Prof. Sydney M. Lamb: The Neu- |  English
             | rocognitive Basis of Language  |
- ---------------------------------------------------------

The Tutorials take place during the first full day of the conference
(Sept. 7, 1999). Therefore, the official opening is on the second
day. For each tutorial, a description can be found at
http://www.fask.uni-mainz.de/lk/


CONFERENCE SITE

The Faculty of Applied Linguistics and Cultural Studies (FASK) of the
University of Mainz is located in Germersheim in the southwest of
Germany on the Rhine between the cities of Mannheim and Karlsruhe. It
can easily be reached by car, train, and airplane.  With its 2500
students, more than 1000 of whom coming from 70 different foreign
countries, the faculty is known as one of the world's largest
institutions dedicated to the training and education of translators
and interpreters. Within walking distance from the faculty, six hotels
and the student's residence are available with single rooms priced
between 25 and 90 DM per night. Meals are provided by the university
canteen, the cafeteria, and by a number of restaurants (with lunch
specials).  The main attractions in and around Germersheim are its
fortress, the German Wine Road, the Palatinate Forest with Hambach
Castle, Speyer, Heidelberg, the Castle Park in Schwetzingen and the
Old Abbey in Maulbronn.


INTERNATIONAL ORGANIZING COMMITTEE

Dr. Susanne Beckmann, University of Muenster
Dr. Abraham P. ten Cate, Rijksuniversiteit Groningen
Dr. Tadeusz Danilewicz, Gdansk University
Prof. Dr. K. Dorfmueller-Karpusa, Univ. of Thessaloniki
Dieter W. Halwachs, University of Graz
Prof. Dr. Mikhail Kotin, State University Moscow
Prof. Dr. Wim Klooster, University of Amsterdam
Prof. Dr. Wilfried Kuerschner, University of Osnabrueck
Dr. Reinhard Rapp, University of Mainz (Conference Chair)
Prof. Dr. Hans Otto Spillmann, University of Kassel
Prof. Dr. Kazimierz A. Sroka, Gdansk University
Dr. Juerg Straessler, University of Bern
Prof. Dr. Zygmunt Vetulani, University of Poznan
Dr. Ingo Warnke, University of Kassel
Prof. Dr. Richard J. Watts, University of Bern
Prof. Dr. Heinrich Weber, University of Tuebingen
Prof. Dr. Lew Zybatow, University of Bielefeld


CONFERENCE FEE

The conference fee is 100 DM for early registration (120 DM after May
31, 1999). This sum includes the registration fee and will, among
other things, cover pre-conference materials, tea and coffee, the
guided tour through Germersheim on Tuesday and the reception on
Wednesday. It will not, however, cover meals, accomodation,
proceedings, the excursion to Heidelberg (30 DM), and the tutorials
(20 DM per tutorial, written documentation included). Accepted
currencies are DM and Euro (exchange rate: 1 Euro = 2 DM).


REGISTRATION

Please find registration information on our website at
http://www.fask.uni-mainz.de/lk/


TRAVEL SUPPORT

For a limited number of scientists from Eastern Europe - subject to
confirmation from our sponsors - there will be partial travel support
available. Several conditions and restrictions apply. The deadline for
applications is May 31, 1999. Please send requests to the address
given below.


CONFERENCE ADDRESS

Please send all correspondence to the following address:

34th Colloquium of Linguistics   http://www.fask.uni-mainz.de/lk/
c/o Dr. Reinhard Rapp            rapp at usun2.fask.uni-mainz.de
Universitaet Mainz, FASK         Phone:  (+49) 7274 / 508-457
D-76711 Germersheim              Fax:    (+49) 7274 / 508-429
Germany



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       Alan C. Harris, Ph. D.          TELNOS: main off:  818-677-2853
       Professor, Communication/Linguistics  direct off:  818-677-2874
       Department of Communication Studies
       California State University, Northridge     home:  818-366-3165
       COMMS-8257 CSUN                             FAX:   818-677-2663
       Northridge, CA 91330-8257 INTERNET  email: ALAN.HARRIS at CSUN.EDU
                 WWW homepage: http://www.csun.edu/~vcspc005
       ===============================================================

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