14.481, Calls: Lang Processing/Old to Classical French

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Subject: 14.481, Calls: Lang Processing/Old to Classical French

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Date:  Mon, 17 Feb 2003 11:46:09 +0000
From:  bbkati at yahoo.com
Subject:  Language and Language-processing, Hungary

Date:  Mon, 17 Feb 2003 14:51:54 +0000
From:  mt11 at qsilver.queensu.ca
Subject:  Old to Classical French, Denmark

-------------------------------- Message 1 -------------------------------

Date:  Mon, 17 Feb 2003 11:46:09 +0000
From:  bbkati at yahoo.com
Subject:  Language and Language-processing, Hungary

38th Linguistics Colloquium: Language and Language-processing

Short Title: LingKoll2003
Location: Piliscsaba, Hungary
Date: 27-Aug-2003 - 29-Aug-2003
Call Deadline: 02-May-2003

Contact Person: Katalin Balogne Berces
Meeting Email: bbkati at yahoo.com
Linguistic Subfield(s): General Linguistics

Meeting Description:

The 38th Linguistic Colloquium is organized by the Department of
German Language and Literature at Péter Pázmány Catholic
University. It will take place from Wednesday, August 27 to Friday,
August 29, 2003 in Piliscsaba (near Budapest), Hungary.

First Circular - January, 2003

The frame topic of the colloquium is:
'Language and Language-processing'

Linguistics has demandingly been dealing with questions like how
language is perceived, processed and received for more than two
decades. In the age of modern computers and different kind of language
generators controlled by computers, such a conference can raise common
thoughts about this topic.  In order to maintain the thought-raising
character of the conference the frame topic should be examined from a
theoretical as well as from a practical aspect. Therefore all
theoretical questions like language acquisition, language perception
and their linguistic background are welcome as well as other topics
focussing on practical applications of language processing
technologies in research and teaching. In addition, the traditional
linguistic fields of research should also be taken into account, their
results can be understood as basic researches for language processing.

We have won the following professors round to give a lecture:

1. Prof. Dr. Gábor Prószéky (Faculty of Informational Technology,
Péter Pázmány Catholic University, Budapest, Hungary)
2. Dr. Éva Sáfár (University of Norwich, England)
3. Prof. Dr. Peter Schlobinski (University of Hannover, Germany)

We are expecting your contributions to the conference in one of the
following sections:

1. Theoretical linguistics
2. Grammar
3. Phonetics/Phonology
4. Morphology
5. Syntax
6. Lexicology
7. Text linguistics
8. Corpus linguistics/Computerlinguistics
9. Computer based lexicography
10. Diachronic linguistics
11. Applied linguistics
12. German as a Foreign Language (DaF)
13. Translation sciences
14. Pragmatics

There are no restrictions as far as your choice of topic is concerned,
but it would be desireable that it be connected to the frame topic of
the conference if possible. The language of the presentations can be
German, English or French. The time limit of the presentations is 20
minutes which can be followed by a 10-minute-long discussion. If the
contributions sent to the organizers exceed the time limits of the
conference, the choice of the presentations is left to the organizing
committee. The basis on which the committee chooses the presenters is
the abstracts that are sent in beforehand.  To help our work, please
send your applications and your abstracts together until May 2, 2003
(Friday/deadline). We will prepare a collection of abstracts for all
the contributors of the conference.

Please send your application in the following form:
o Max. 400 words (including bibliography, tables, appendix, etc.)
o Format: doc, rtf or plain text on floppy disk or as attachment to

The conference fee until application deadline (May 2, 2003) is 60
Euros, after that 70 Euros. It includes the registration fee,
materials for the conference and provisions in the breaks between the
presentations. The costs of accomodation, lunch and dinner and other
frame programmes are not included.  As a free-time arrangement we
offer an afternoon trip to the nearby city of Esztergom
(www.esztergom.hu) on Thursday, August 28. It costs 30 Euros
(including dinner). If you are interested in coming to this excursion,
please indicate it in your application.  Other free-time programmes
will be: a performance by the theatre group of the German Department,
a literary evening and a dinner together.

May 2, 2003 is the official application deadline for the
conference. By this date please settle the following things:
o your binding application for the conference
o send your abstract to conference address (see above)
o indicate if you want to come to the excursion to Esztergom
o transfer the conference fee (and the excursion price if applicable)
to the following account:

Number of Account: 11100104-08055342-36000001
International: IBAN HU 11100104-18055342-3600 0001
Swift-code: INEBHUHB
Purpose: 38. Ling-Coll.

The second circular (probably mid-February, 2003) will inform you
about the concrete themes of the lectures and contain further
information about the programmes of the conference, the free-time
programmes and possibilities of accommodation.

We are looking forward to meeting you at the 38th Linguistics
Colloquium in Piliscsaba!

Yours sincerely,
Prof. Dr. Imre Szigeti
Head of the German Department
Péter Pázmány Catholic University
Head of the Organizing Committe

-------------------------------- Message 2 -------------------------------

Date:  Mon, 17 Feb 2003 14:51:54 +0000
From:  mt11 at qsilver.queensu.ca
Subject:  Old to Classical French, Denmark

>>From Old to Classical French: Parameters of Linguistic Change

Short Title: Old to Classical French
Location: Copenhagen, Denmark
Date: 11-Aug-2003 - 15-Aug-2003
Call Deadline: 01-Mar-2003

Web Site: http://www.hum.ku.dk/ichl2003/
Contact Person: Mireille Tremblay
Meeting Email: mt11 at qsilver.queensu.ca
Linguistic Subfield(s): Historical Linguistics
Subject Language(s): French

Meeting Description:

The workshop will focus on the evolution of French morphosyntax during
the periods preceding the standardization of the language.  The Middle
Ages and Renaissance saw a number of important changes in word order,
negation, clitic placement, the left periphery, grammatical aspect,
and particles.  How can such changes be accounted for? How are they
related to one another?  Are the changes found to the same extent in
all dialects?  Did they occur successively or simultaneously?  Can we
identify a period of more intense change?  Are similar changes found
in other Romance languages?  Papers seeking to answer these questions
using corpus-based analyses are particularly welcome.  Please submit a
300 word abstract by March 1, 2003 to the conference website:
http://www.hum.ku.dk/ichl2003/.  If early acceptance is required, please
contact the Director of the conference Prof. Lene Schoesler at
schoesl at hum.ku.dk.

For more information concerning the workshop, please contact the
organizers: France Martineau, University of Ottawa
(fmartin at uottawa.ca) or Mireille Tremblay, Queen's University
(mt11 at qsilver.queensu.ca).

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