Final Call: Theoretical Issues in Sign Language Research Conference (TISLR 11)
rsilva16 at MSN.COM
Mon Oct 22 21:47:02 UTC 2012
You're right, I will contact the person that you suggest, thank you.
I didn't forget about you, I promess. As I said before I want to translate all the examples that I have on my thesis and that's the reason I didn't sent it yet, sorry!!
Date: Mon, 22 Oct 2012 14:36:35 -0700
From: signwriting at MAC.COM
Subject: Re: Final Call: Theoretical Issues in Sign Language Research Conference (TISLR 11)
To: SW-L at LISTSERV.VALENCIACOLLEGE.EDU
SignWriting ListOctober 22, 2012
Hi Rafaela -Great to hear from you. Regarding the TISLR 11, I just forwarded the information to the SignWriting List. It was actually sent to the SLLING List, as you can see below. So we are not the people who know these answers. Although I hope there will be some SignWriting presentations at TISLR 11...
I would suggest writing to the person who sent the message to the SLLING List…as you can see below, her name is Robin Thompson. Her email is below…
We hope to read your work someday, Rafaela, so don't forget us ;-))
On Oct 22, 2012, at 2:23 PM, Rafaela Silva wrote:Hello everyone.
I was watching the conference site and I got a question: does anyone know if the authors who make presentations also pay to participate? I'm asking this because the information online is not so clear.
Date: Mon, 22 Oct 2012 06:21:53 -0700
From: sutton at SIGNWRITING.ORG
Subject: Fwd: Final Call: Theoretical Issues in Sign Language Research Conference (TISLR 11)
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SignWriting ListOctober 22, 2012
Begin forwarded message:From: "Thompson, Robin" <robin.thompson at UCL.AC.UK>
Subject: Final Call: Theoretical Issues in Sign Language Research Conference (TISLR 11)
Date: October 22, 2012 4:17:03 AM PDT
To: SLLING-L at LISTSERV.VALENCIACOLLEGE.EDU
Reply-To: "linguists interested in signed languages" <SLLING-L at LISTSERV.VALENCIACOLLEGE.EDU>
Dear All-The abstract submission deadline for TISLR (31st October 2012) is fast approaching.Please note:1. It is highly unlikely that the October 31st, 2012 deadline will be extended.2. Submission through Easy Chair can take some time.PLEASE Plan accordinglyLooking forward to seeing all of you next summer!
**Apologies for cross-posting** FINAL CALL FOR PAPERS Theoretical Issues in Sign Language Research Conference (TISLR 11)University College London, Deafness, Cognition and Language Research Centre10th - 13th July 2013http://www.ucl.ac.uk/dcal/tislr/ TISLR 11 invites unpublished research from any theoretical perspective that addresses sign languages. Keynote presentations, organised sessions, and poster sessions will be included on such topics as:- phonetics and phonology of sign languages- prosody in sign languages- morphology of sign languages- syntax of sign languages- semantics and pragmatics of sign languages- the emergence of sign languages in a historical context- sign language acquisition in L1/L2 environments- sociolinguistic variation and change in sign languages- neurolinguistics/psycholinguistics of sign languages- sign language and artistic endeavours (including poetry and literature)- computational modelling, recognition and synthesis, of sign languages- sign language documentation/corpus linguistics of sign languages- the relationship between sign language and gesture The programme will be single-track (no parallel sessions); there will be 48 paper presentations and up to 120 posters. KEYNOTE SPEAKERSPeter Hauser (Rochester Institute of Technology, National Technical Institute for the Deaf)Lars Wallin (Department of Linguistics, Stockholm University) SUBMISSION OF PAPERSProspective authors are invited to submit an abstract, up to 500 words (+ 1 optional page of references, examples, and/or figures if necessary) by 31st October 2012, 11:59pm, UK time. Notification will occur by 19th December 2012. All abstracts will be handled and reviewed electronically via Easy Chair (for link and further instructions for submission, see http://www.ucl.ac.uk/dcal/tislr/callforpapers). Note that you will need to set up an Easy Chair account (if you do not already have one) before you login for your submission. Make sure you allow time for this. When completing the submission form on Easy Chair, you will see a space which asks for an abstract to be typed in. This is not the place for your full abstract! In this field, please enter a short statement (no more than 50 words) summarising your paper. Further down the page you will upload your full abstract as an attachment (as a .pdf, .doc or .docx). Make sure your attachment is fully anonymised, i.e. no names or affiliations or other identifying information about authors should be included in the document itself, in the filename, or in the document properties (properties are accessible via the File menu in MS Word). Before uploading, please ensure that all special characters display properly. You should receive confirmation of submission of your paper from Easy Chair immediately after submission by email; if you have not, please bear in mind that any emails received might be found in your spam folder.NOTE: To facilitate interpreter planning, please indicate AFTER THE TITLE of your paper (in your pdf, doc, or docx attachment) which language you will present in if your abstract is accepted: BSL; ASL; English; other sign language. The submission form in Easy Chair also asks you:• whether you prefer a presentation/paper or a poster (note that the final decision will be taken by the programme committee)• whether you want to be considered for best early career submission prize (you are eligible to be considered if you are a student or within 3 years of earning your PhD, and are first author on the submitted abstract)• which of the conference topic(s) your paper relates to (NOTE: to facilitate the review process, make sure you select at least one topic though you may select more than one)• any keywords that do not appear in the topics list that may facilitate the review process Abstracts should include a clear statement of the theoretical issue to be addressed, the research methodology to be presented, and a concise summary of the findings/conclusion. Work must be unpublished at time of presentation. Maximum of 3 submissions per author, either as single author or joint co-author. VENUE AND LANGUAGE INFORMATIONUCL is located in central London, within easy reach of Heathrow, Gatwick, Stansted, Luton and London City airports. This conference will provide interpreters working between English, British Sign Language (BSL), and American Sign Language (ASL). Access to spoken English will also be provided by speech-to-text reporting. Authors wishing interpretation to or from sign languages other than BSL or ASL are kindly encouraged to bring their interpreters and requested to contact the interpreter coordinator to make further arrangements. Authors are encouraged take advantage of the 'direct communication' policy, which promotes the use of a signed language in making presentations. A group of advisors will be available to assist presenters who would like help in preparing their talk in a sign language. For further information go to: http://www.ucl.ac.uk/dcal/tislr/ IMPORTANT DATESRegistration opens: 1st October 2012Abstract submission deadline: 31st October 2012Notification of acceptance: 19th December 2012Author confirmation deadline: 18th January 2013Early bird registration deadline: 4th March 2013Author registration deadline: 5th April 2013 Robin Thompson, Ph.D.Senior Research FellowDeafness, Cognition and Language Research Centre (DCAL)Cognitive, Perceptual and Brain Sciences Research DepartmentUniversity College London49 Gordon Square, London, WC1H 0PDWeb: http://www.dcal.ucl.ac.uk/team/robin_thompson.htmlTelephone: (+44) 20 76798687 begin_of_the_skype_highlighting (+44) 20 76798687 end_of_the_skype_highlighting begin_of_the_skype_highlighting (+44) 20 76798687 end_of_the_skype_highlighting
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