14.388, Calls: Socioling/Slavic Ling

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Subject: 14.388, Calls: Socioling/Slavic Ling

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Date:  Thu, 6 Feb 2003 14:32:00 -0500 (EST)
From:  ss15 <ss15 at ncl.ac.uk>
Subject:  Modified Re: 14.364: CORRECTION:Sociolinguistics Symposium, UK

Date:  Thu, 6 Feb 2003 14:11:27 -0500 (EST)
From:  Dana Geber <dgebe012 at uottawa.ca>
Subject:  Modified Re: 14.361: CORRECTION: Slavic Ling, Canada

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Date:  Thu, 6 Feb 2003 14:32:00 -0500 (EST)
From:  ss15 <ss15 at ncl.ac.uk>
Subject:  Modified Re: 14.364: CORRECTION:Sociolinguistics Symposium, UK

Due to a database error, the earlier posting of this call for papers
contained incorrect information. The LINGUIST List regrets the error.

15th Sociolinguistics Symposium

Location: Newcastle upon Tyne, United Kingdom
Date: 01-APR-04 - 05-APR-04

Call Deadline:
02-Mar-2003 (panel proposals); 01-Apr-2003 (poster/paper proposals)

Web Site: http://www.ncl.ac.uk/ss15/
Contact Person: Organizing Committee
Meeting Email: ss15 at ncl.ac.uk
Linguistic Subfield(s): Sociolinguistics

Meeting Description:

The 15th Sociolinguistics Symposium, Europe's premier international
conference on language in society, will return to Newcastle (UK) after
18 years, in April 2004. It will be hosted by the University of
Newcastle upon Tyne, the University of Durham, University of
Northumbria, and the University of Sunderland.

The Sociolinguistics Symposia began in the 1970s by a group of
UK-based sociolinguists who saw the need for a fairly informal forum
to discuss research findings and to debate theoretical and
methodological issues concerning language in society. It has since
grown into a large, international conference, typically attracting
400-500 participants. Normally, it takes place once every two years in
a UK university but sometimes in continental Europe too. In 1986, the
University of Newcastle upon Tyne hosted the 6th Sociolinguistics
Symposium. We are very pleased that it will return in 2004.

Themes: Culture, Contact, and Change

Proposals that address the themes of the conference (Culture, Contact,
and Change) are especially welcome; however, the organisers welcome
papers on any aspect of sociolinguistics.

We are currently accepting proposals for thematic panels (workshops and
colloquia), papers, and posters.

Keynote Speakers:

Peter Auer (University of Freiburg)
Jenny Cheshire (Queen Mary, University of London)
Jane Hill (University of Arizona)
Lesley Milroy (University of Michigan)
Shana Poplack (University of Ottawa)


Deadline for thematic panel proposals (workshops and colloquia) has been
EXTENDED until 2nd March 2003.

Deadline for poster and paper proposals: 1st April 2003.

For further details, please visit the URLs below:

Sociolinguistics Symposium 15 website:

Submission guidelines:

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Date:  Thu, 6 Feb 2003 14:11:27 -0500 (EST)
From:  Dana Geber <dgebe012 at uottawa.ca>
Subject:  Modified Re: 14.361: CORRECTION: Slavic Ling, Canada

FASL-12 Twelfth Workshop on Formal Approaches to Slavic Linguistics
University of Ottawa, Ottawa, Canada

May 9-11, 2003


Invited Speakers
Robert D. Borsley
John F. Bailyn
Helen Goodluck

Papers on all topics dealing with formal aspects of any area of
theoretical Slavic linguistics (synchronic or diachronic) are welcome.
Presentations will take twenty minutes, with an additional ten minute
discussion. Abstracts should be anonymous and no longer than one page,
(an additional page for references and examples can be also included),
with margins of at least 1 inch, letter size 12. Submissions are
limited to a maximum of one individual and one joint abstract per
author. Abstracts should be sent by e-mail as a Word, PDF,or RTF file,
or by regular mail (6 copies). Attach a separate file containing:
title, author's name and address, affiliation and e-mail address.

Abstracts should be sent to: fasl12 at aix1.uottawa.ca

Deadline for receipt of abstracts: February 21, 2003

We hope to make a program available by March 30, 2003.

The Proceedings of the 12th Formal Approaches to Slavic Linguistics will
be published by Michigan Slavic Publications.

Mailing address:
FASL-12 Organizing Committee
Department of Linguistics, University of Ottawa
70 Laurier Ave East
Ottawa, Ontario, K1N 6N5
Phone:(613) 562 52 86
Fax: (613) 562 5141

For further information on FASL-12:

Web-site: http://aix1.uottawa.ca/~fasl12

Organizing Committee
Maria-Luisa Rivero (University of Ottawa), Olga Arnaudova (University
of Ottawa), Danijela Stojanovic (University of Ottawa/McGill), Wayles
Browne (Cornell University).


As a one-time event, there will be a special poster session at FASL-12
on Slavic Psycholinguistics, including but not limited to first and
second language acquisition, language attrition, processing, language
disorders, and neurolinguistics. Abstracts for the special session
will be refereed separately from the abstracts submitted to the
general session. Same specifications as for general session FASL
abstract submission apply. You may submit the same abstract to both
the regular FASL-12 program and to the special poster session; in that
case, you must indicate on the top of your abstract which venue would
be your first choice, if both are accepted. Papers from this session
will be published in a special edition of Cahiers Linguistiques
d'Ottawa.  For further information on special session on Slavic
psycholinguistics: shorts at uottawa.ca

FASL-12 Douzième colloque sur les approches formelles en linguistique

Université d'Ottawa, Ottawa, Canada

Du 9 au 11 mai 2003
Appel de communications

Conférenciers(ères) invité(e)s :

Robert D. Borsley
John F. Bailyn
Helen Goodluck

Des propositions de communication touchant aux aspects formels de la
linguistique théoritique slave (synchronique ou diachronique) sont
acceptées. Les présentations seront de vingt minutes, suivies d'une
discussion de 10 minutes. Les résumés de communication doivent être
anonymes, sans dépasser une page (une page additionnelle est permise
pour les références et les exemples). Les marges doivent être de 2.5
cm et les caractères doivent avoir 12 points. Seulement une
communication individuelle et une communication en collaboration sont
permises. Vous pouvez faire parvenir vos propositions soit par
courriel en format Word ou PDF, soit par la poste (6 copies). SVP
inclure un document à part contenant le titre de la présentation,
le nom de l'auteur(e), son adresse, son affiliation et son adresse

Envoyez les propositions à l'adresse suivante :
La date limite est  le 21 février, 2003

Un programme preliminaire devrait être disponible le 30 mars 2003.

Les articles de FASL 12 seront publis par Michigan Slavic Publications.

Adresse postale :
Comité organisateur FASL-12
Département de linguistique, Université d'Ottawa
70, av. Laurier est
Ottawa, Ontario, K1N 6N5

Téléphone : (613) 562-5286
Télécopieur : (613) 562-5141

Pour plus de renseignements au sujet du colloque FASL-12 :
romlab at aix1.uottawa.ca

Comité organisateur
Maria-Luisa Rivero (Université d'Ottawa), Olga Arnaudova (Université
d'Ottawa), Danijela Stojanovic (Université d'Ottawa/McGill), Wayles
Browne (Cornell University.)

Session spéciale sur la psycholinguistique slave

Pendant le colloque FASL-12, il y aura une session d'affiche spéciale
portant sur la psycholinguistique slave et touchant, entre autres, à
l'acquisition de la langue maternelle, à l'acquisition de la langue
seconde, à la perte du langage, au traitement du langage, aux troubles
de la communication, ainsi qu'à la neurolinguistique. Les propositions
pour la session d'affiche spéciale seront évaluées séparément. Les
critères de soumission sont les mêmes que pour les propositions
régulières. Vous pouvez soumettre la même proposition dans le cadre
des communications du colloque. Dans ce cas, indiquez au haut de la
feuille de proposition, dans quelle session vous préféreriez
participer si vous étiez accepté aux deux. Les articles de la session
d'affiche seront publiés dans une édition spéciale des Cahiers
Linguistiques d'Ottawa.

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