18.159, Calls: Pragmatics,Semantics/Russia; General Linguistics/Thailand

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LINGUIST List: Vol-18-159. Tue Jan 16 2007. ISSN: 1068 - 4875.

Subject: 18.159, Calls: Pragmatics,Semantics/Russia; General Linguistics/Thailand

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1)
Date: 15-Jan-2007
From: Igor Yanovich < iyanovich at mail.ru >
Subject: Formal Semantics in Moscow 3 

2)
Date: 15-Jan-2007
From: Sonthida Keyuravong < sonthidak at yahoo.com >
Subject: The 12th English in South-East Asia Conference 

	
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Date: Tue, 16 Jan 2007 15:29:22
From: Igor Yanovich < iyanovich at mail.ru >
Subject: Formal Semantics in Moscow 3 
 


Full Title: Formal Semantics in Moscow 3 
Short Title: FSiM 3 

Date: 28-Apr-2007 - 28-Apr-2007
Location: Moscow, Russia 
Contact Person: Igor Yanovich
Meeting Email: fsim3.submissions at gmail.com
Web Site: http://fsim3.narod.ru 

Linguistic Field(s): Pragmatics; Semantics 

Call Deadline: 25-Jan-2007 

Meeting Description:

The 3rd Formal Semantics in Moscow workshop
April 28, 2007
Moscow, Russia 

The 3rd Formal Semantics in Moscow (FSIM) workshop will be held on April 28, 2007 at the Moscow State University. We invite abstracts for 20-minute presentations followed by 10-minute discussion on any topic in formal semantics and formal pragmatics. The main topic of this year's workshop is ''Anaphora and Beyond''. While submissions on anaphora are especially encouraged, submissions on any other topic are also welcome and will be given equal consideration.

The annual FSiM workshop was originally started as a place for young researchers from the field of formal semantics and pragmatics to present their work in a lively and friendly setting. Therefore papers by young researchers are especially welcome.

Invited speakers:
Uli Sauerland (ZAS)
Phillippe Schlenker (Institut Jean-Nicod, UCLA)

The deadline for submissions is January 25, 2007. Each author may be involved in at most two submissions and may be the sole author of at most one submission. Abstracts should be anonymous and should not exceed 2 pages. To submit an abstract, please send an e-mail to fsim3.submissions at gmail.com with your abstract attached as a .pdf (preferably) or Microsoft Word file. If you use Word, please save your file in the .rtf format. In the body of the message please specify your name, affiliation, and the title of the paper. Notifications of acceptance will be sent by late February.

There is no registration fee for the workshop. Crash space will be available upon request.

If you plan to attend FSIM, please be aware that obtaining a Russian visa may be a long, complicated and costly process. Guidelines for obtaining a tourist visa and some information about visa fees may be found at http://fsim3.narod.ru/visa.html. Probably, we will be able to issue the official university invitations for speakers, but the process will undoubtedly take a lot of time, so in such a case you will have to wait first for the invitation to be issued, and then wait for the moment when the embassy or consulate will process your request. (Unfortunately, at least some Russian consulates are known to be delaying processing of business visas, while at the same time working in a timely manner with tourist visas.)

Organizing committee:

Igor Yanovich (Moscow State University, ABBYY Software House)
Anna Pazelskaya (ABBYY Software House)
Elizaveta Bylinina (Institute of Linguistics, Russian Academy of Sciences)
Peter Arkadyev (Institute of Slavic Studies, Russian Academy of Sciences)

Barbara H. Partee (UMass Amherst) - Honorary Mentor of the organizing committee.


	
-------------------------Message 2 ---------------------------------- 
Date: Tue, 16 Jan 2007 15:29:29
From: Sonthida Keyuravong < sonthidak at yahoo.com >
Subject: The 12th English in South-East Asia Conference 

	

Full Title: The 12th English in South-East Asia Conference 
Short Title: 12th ESEA 

Date: 12-Dec-2007 - 14-Dec-2007
Location: Bangkok, Thailand 
Contact Person: Wareesiri Singhasiri
Meeting Email: wareesiri at yahoo.com
Web Site: http://arts.kmutt.ac.th/sola/esea 

Linguistic Field(s): General Linguistics 

Subject Language(s): English (eng)

Language Family(ies): English 

Call Deadline: 31-Jul-2007 

Meeting Description:

The conference seeks to explore issues surrounding the roles and functions of English within the region of South-East Asia due to the ever-increasing demand to compete in global economics, educational and social events which require learners to be able to function at a more global level. 

Call for papers and participation:

The 12th English in South-East Asia Conference: Trends and Directions
December 12-14, 2007
School of Liberal Arts, 
King Mongkut's University of Technology Thonburi  
Bangkok, Thailand 

The ''English in South-east Asia'' Conference series has been held annually since 1996.  This is the 12th conference in the series to be held by King Mongkut's University of Technology Thonburi, Bangkok Thailand. 

The conference seeks to explore issues surrounding the roles and functions of English within the region of South-East Asia due to the ever-increasing demand to compete in global economics, educational and social events which require learners to be able to function at a more global level. 

The issues addressed at the conference are:
-	SE Asian varieties of English
-	The role of English in education
-	English in occupational genres
-	English in the new technologies
-	Language and culture
-	Critical approaches in analysing English
-	Lifelong learning of English

Invited speakers
Vijay Bhatia (City University of Hong Kong) 
Teun van Dijk  (Universitat Pompeu Fabra, Spain) 
Patricia Duff (University of British Columbia) 
Edwin Thumboo (former SEA writer award winner) 

Submission of abstract
Download the proposal form at http://arts.kmutt.ac.th/sola/esea/proposal.doc . Type in information and submit it as an e-mail attachment to Richard Watson Todd at irictodd at kmutt.ac.th by July 31st 2007    

For more information, please visit:
http://arts.kmutt.ac.th/sola/esea
 



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