19.2178, Calls: General Linguistics/India; General Linguistics/India

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Subject: 19.2178, Calls: General Linguistics/India; General Linguistics/India

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Date: 08-Jul-2008
From: Nazir Ahmad Dhar < nazir_dhar at yahoo.com >
Subject: Perspectives in Linguistics 2008 

Date: 08-Jul-2008
From: Dr. Sonal Kulkarni-Joshi < sonalkulk at rediffmail.com >
Subject: 30th All India Conference of Linguists


-------------------------Message 1 ---------------------------------- 
Date: Tue, 08 Jul 2008 10:30:48
From: Nazir Ahmad Dhar [nazir_dhar at yahoo.com]
Subject: Perspectives in Linguistics 2008
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Full Title: Perspectives in Linguistics 2008 
Short Title: NSPL 2008 

Date: 05-Nov-2008 - 06-Nov-2008
Location: Derpartment of Linguistics University of Kashmir Srinagar India, India 
Contact Person: Nazir Ahmad Dhar
Meeting Email: nazir_dhar at yahoo.com

Linguistic Field(s): General Linguistics 

Subject Language(s): English (eng)

Language Family(ies): Indo-European 

Call Deadline: 15-Sep-2008 

Meeting Description:

The Department Of Linguistics University of Kashmir Srinagar India is organising
a two day national seminar on the theme Perspectives in Linguistics 2008. 

Call for Papers

The seminar has the focus to discuss most of the major issues in Linguistics
like General Linguistics, Theoretical Linguistics, Historical Linguistics as
well as Applied Linguistics (Which includes Computational Linguistics, Language
Teaching, Neurolinguistics, Psycholinguistics, NLP, Sociolinguistics,
Anthropological Linguistics, Language and Literature)

The scholars and academicians of eminance from world around are expected to
attend and make presentations in the seminar. The expected participants include
Professor Kristena Beckman (USA), Professor Peter Hook (USA) Professor Hyrean
Lee (Korea), Professor U N Singh, CIIL Mysore, Professor R Gargesh (University
of Delhi), Professor Vaishna Narang Jawahar Lal Nehru (University New Delhi),
Professor R V Dhongde Pune and others. Professor (DR) Riyaz Punjabi Hon'ble
Vice-Chancellor, The University of Kashmir Srinagar will preside over the
inaugural function on 5th November 2008.

The Abstract of the papers (not more than 400 words) should reach to the
department by or before 15th September 2008. The academic committee will inform
after 20th September regarding acceptance of the abstract. Only those
participants will have the right to attend the seminar of international
importance whose abstracts are approved by the academic committee of NSPL.

-------------------------Message 2 ---------------------------------- 
Date: Tue, 08 Jul 2008 10:30:53
From: Dr. Sonal Kulkarni-Joshi [sonalkulk at rediffmail.com]
Subject: 30th All India Conference of Linguists
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Full Title: 30th All India Conference of Linguists 
Short Title: AICL 30 

Date: 26-Nov-2008 - 28-Nov-2008
Location: Deccan College, Pune, Maharashtra, India 
Contact Person: Prof. K.S. Nagaraja
Meeting Email: aicl30pune at gmail.com
Web Site: http://www.lsi.org.in 

Linguistic Field(s): General Linguistics 

Call Deadline: 30-Aug-2008 

Meeting Description:

The year 2008 marks the Golden Jubilee of Post-Graduate Teaching in Linguistics
at the Deccan College and also in India. So far around five hundred students
have completed postgraduation in Linguistics from this Institute. In the same
period around one hundred and fifty research scholars have obtained doctorate
degrees. The 30th AICL will commemorate this significant event and chart the
history and the future of the teaching of Linguistics in India. The conference
is being held at the same venue as the first LSI Conference which was held in
December 1970. The AICL will return to this campus after an interval of
thirty-eight years! 

Call for Papers

We welcome research papers on all aspects of linguistics related to Indian
languages - covering phonetics, phonology, morphology, syntax, semantics,
typology, historical and comparative linguistics, Indian grammatical tradition,
language teaching, language technology and computational linguistics, clinical
linguistics, translation studies, and literacy studies. We particularly invite
survey-articles to (1) assess the teaching of Linguistics in the country, (2)
trace the inception and growth of teaching departments in the country. 

Abstracts of research papers, not more than one A4 page (minimum margins: 2.5 cm
or 1 inch; font size 12; single spacing) must be submitted both in .pdf and .doc
formats. The abstract should start with the title of the paper, followed by name
of the author(s), email address, affiliation and the abstract. Please send your
abstract to aicl30pune at gmail.com or to the mailing address provided  below,
latest by 30th August 2008. Only abstracts received by this date will be
included in the Souvenir that will be brought out on the occasion. Acceptance of
abstracts will be communicated latest by 1st October 2008.

Travel and Accommodation:
We will provide free accommodation only to the delegates on the Deccan College
campus or in the guest houses/hostels of collaborating institutions. We will
appreciate if participants can get their home institutions to depute them to the
conference. Delegates who wish to have hotel accommodation at their own expense
may contact the Organisers well in advance. A list of local hotels and a
tentative pricelist will soon be posted on the LSI website www.lsi.org.in

Registration Fees:
Indian delegates (LSI members) Rs. 750
Indian delegates (non-members)Rs.1000
Foreign delegates $50
Local delegates	Rs. 250
Students Rs. 500
The registration fee may be paid in the form of a demand draft drawn in favour
of the Co-ordinator, AICL30, payable at the Central Bank of India, Deccan
College Extension Counter, Yerawada, Pune, Maharashtra, India.


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