23.1911, Calls: General Linguistics/Papua New Guinea

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Subject: 23.1911, Calls: General Linguistics/Papua New Guinea

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Date: Tue, 17 Apr 2012 10:41:06
From: Ray Stegeman [lr-linguistics at sil.org.pg]
Subject: Linguistic Society of Papua New Guinea Annual Conference

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Full Title: Linguistic Society of Papua New Guinea Annual Conference 
Short Title: LSPNG 

Date: 25-Sep-2012 - 27-Sep-2012
Location: Ukarumpa, Eastern Highlands Province, Papua New Guinea 
Contact Person: Ray Stegeman
Meeting Email: lr-linguistics at sil.org.pg

Linguistic Field(s): General Linguistics 

Call Deadline: 27-Apr-2012 

Meeting Description:

The Linguistic Society of PNG is pleased to announce its annual conference to be held at SIL-PNG's New Training Centre, Ukarumpa, on 25-27 September 2012.  

The goal of this year's LSPNG Conference is to provide a venue for presentation of the best current research on Austronesian and Papuan languages, linguistics and literacy and to promote collaboration and research in these areas.

Registration:

Registration: K50 (nonrefundable), payable by 27 July
Conference dinner: K40 (nonrefundable)
Conference accommodation and meals: K540 (single occupancy); K420 (double occupancy), payable by 24 August

Please notice the dates by which you must pay for registration and accommodation and meals. More details regarding payment and registration will be posted at the LLM website later. Please contact Ray Stegeman at lr-linguistics at sil.org.pg for more specific information on registration and in-country travel recommendations.

Sponsor: 

SIL-PNG
Box 1 (418)
Ukarumpa, EHP 444
Papua New Guinea
Tel: 675.537.4595
Fax: 675.537.4111 

Call for Papers:

Please send abstracts of one-half page (A4) in MS Word format to lr-linguistics at sil.org.pg. The deadline for the submission of all abstracts is Friday, 27 April 2012. All paper abstracts submitted will be subject to assessment by the Programme Committee. Applicants will be notified of abstract acceptance by Friday, 25 May 2012. 

The Conference programme will be available at the Language and Linguistics in Melanesia (LLM) website after the acceptance of abstracts. Please visit http://www.langlxmelanesia.com for more details.

Papers presented at the Conference will be collected and published in the LLM online journal.






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