14.848, Calls: General Ling, TX USA/General Ling, Germany

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Subject: 14.848, Calls: General Ling, TX USA/General Ling, Germany

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1)
Date:  Sat, 22 Mar 2003 15:46:05 -0700 (MST)
From:  ellyvangelderen at asu.edu
Subject:  32st Annual Meeting of the Linguistic Association of the Southwest

2)
Date:  Sun, 23 Mar 2003 07:38:20 +0000
From:  jan at stuts.de
Subject:  33rd Studentische Tagung Sprachwissenschaft

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

Date:  Sat, 22 Mar 2003 15:46:05 -0700 (MST)
From:  ellyvangelderen at asu.edu
Subject:  32st Annual Meeting of the Linguistic Association of the Southwest


LASSO 32 CFP


	The 32st Annual Meeting of the Linguistic Association of the
Southwest will be hosted by the University of Texas-Pan American
(UTPA), located in the subtropical Lower Rio Grande Valley of Texas
from Friday, October 17 to Sunday, October 19, 2003. This year's theme
is "Crossing Linguistic Borders."  (Papers in all areas of linguistics
will be accepted, as usual). The Plenary Speakers will be Joshua
A. Fishman, Professor Emeritus from Yeshiva University, General Editor
of the International Journal of the Sociology of Language, and author
of numerous works, who will speak on "Distancing and Interaction: The
Status Agenda in Corpus Planning" and Jos G.  Moreno de Alba, research
fellow of the Instituto de Investigaciones Filolgicas and professor at
Universidad Nacional Autnoma de Mxico, and author of numerous books on
Spanish in the Americas, whose topic is "El Atlas Lingüístico de México."
Peter Gingiss, from the University of Houston, will deliver the
Presidential Address.

The conference will be held on the campus of UTPA in the University
Library. Edinburg, in the Lower Rio Grande Valley, is central to
several areas of interest.  These include the resort areas of South
Padre Island, usually very nice in October, and Mexican border towns,
such as where Reynosa, shopping and restaurants abound. Monterrey,
Mexico is only three hours driving from Edinburg, for those interested
in more than the border region.  In addition, there are abundant
opportunities for hunting and fishing; ecotourism is also a big draw
as the LRGV hosts approximately 500 species of birds.  October is also
the month to view numerous butterflies in the Texas Butterfly Festival
in Mission (next door to Edinburg).  This area of the U.S. is among
the fastest growing suburban-metropolitan areas of the country.

Additional information on the conference itself, as well as on travel
and other local arrangements, will be provided in the August
newsletter. In the meantime, questions can be directed to Hugo
A. Mejas or Pamela L Anderson-Mejas, 2003 Conference Co-chairs, phone:
(956) 381-3445, e-mail: mejiash at panam.edu or Pamela L. Anderson-Mejas
at pla66f5 at panam.edu.

Abstracts for the conference may now be submitted.  Papers in any area
of linguistics are welcome, but papers on the conference theme
"Crossing Linguistic Borders" are encouraged. Program arrangements are
the responsibility of the LASSO Vice-President/President-Elect, Elly
van Gelderen. All proposals for papers, special sessions, panels, or
other program features should be submitted by e-mail at:
ellyvangelderen at asu.edu or regular Mail:
Arizona State University
English Department
Tempe, AZ
85287-0302, USA

 	Student papers can be considered for the Helmut Esau Prize, a
$250 cash award made annually by LASSO for the best student paper (see
story, p.3).

	The abstract deadline is June 1, 2003.


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

Date:  Sun, 23 Mar 2003 07:38:20 +0000
From:  jan at stuts.de
Subject:  33rd Studentische Tagung Sprachwissenschaft


33. Studentische Tagung Sprachwissenschaft
Short Title: XXXIII. StuTS

Date: 28-May-2003 - 01-Jun-0200
Location: Marburg an der Lahn, Germany
Contact: Christoph Purschke
Contact Email: stuts at hinkepott.de
Meeting URL:
http://www.uni-marburg.de/linguistik/stuts/welcome.htm


Linguistic Sub-field: General Linguistics

Meeting Description:

The Studtent's Conference on Linguistics (StuTS) is traditionally
organized by students and for studets and takes place twice a year at
different cities in Germany and Austria. It is not focused on any
particular theoretical framework and open for contributions from every
field of linguistics and neighbouring disciplines. Main language of
the StuTS will be German, but papers in English are welcome as
well. Papers (called Arbeitsgemeinschaften, AG) should be approx. 90
minutes including discussion. Papers from all subfields of linguistics
are welcome, be it MA/PhD theses or term papers or any individual
topics.

Any person interested in the StuTS is welcome to participate. There is
no obligation to deliver a paper and participants from abroad are
exlpicitly invited to take part in this event.

There will be a modest registration fee of 10-15 Euro which will cover
conference materials and breakfast at the venue. Accomodation (live-in
at other stutents' rooms; dormitory, etc.) will be provided free of
charge by the organizers.

For more information (German only) on the XXXIII StuTS see:
http://www.uni-marburg.de/linguistik/stuts/welcome.htm

For general Information on teh StuTS see:
http://www.stuts.de/about.html

Online-Registration is available at:
http://www.stuts.de/anmeldung.html

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