LINGUIST List 16.1661|
Tue May 24 2005
Calls: General Ling/USA; General Ling/USA
Editor for this issue: Amy Wronkowicz
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Niagara Linguistic Society Conference
36th Meeting of the North East Linguistic Society
Message 1: Niagara Linguistic Society Conference
From: Gabriela Perez Baez <linnlsbuffalo.edu>
Subject: Niagara Linguistic Society Conference
Full Title: Niagara Linguistic Society Conference
Short Title: NLS
Date: 30-Sep-2005 - 02-Oct-2005
Location: Buffalo, NY, United States of America
Contact Person: Gabriela Perez Baez
Meeting Email: lin-nlsbuffalo.edu
Web Site: http://wings.buffalo.edu/gsa/gla/conference.htm
Linguistic Field(s): General Linguistics
Call Deadline: 01-Jun-2005
The Graduate Linguistics Association at the University at Buffalo (State
University of New York) is pleased to announce the Niagara Linguistic Society
(NLS) Conference to take place at the University at Buffalo on September 30th,
October 1st and 2nd, 2005. The Niagara Linguistic Society is a student-run
organization, which for over five years has provided a forum for linguists in
the US northeast and neighboring Canada.
We invite papers in all areas of linguistics and welcome submissions from a
diversity of frameworks.
Dr. Michael Silverstein Charles F. Grey Distinguished Service Professor of
Anthropology at the University of Chicago
Dr. Matthew Dryer Professor of Linguistics, University at Buffalo
- ABSTRACTS MUST BE RECEIVED BY JUNE 1st, 2005.
Notification of acceptance will be sent by e-mail by the first week of July.
- Presentations are 20 minutes with an additional 10 minutes for discussion.
- Abstracts should be one page in Times 12 point double-spaced, with an
additional page for references and/or data. Do not include page numbers.
- Abstracts must be submitted electronically in Microsoft Word, Rich Text (RTF),
or Portable Document (PDF) formats.
- Do not include any identifying information in your abstract or file name, as
the selection process is intended to be anonymous. Make your file name refer to
your presentation title.
- Include contact details in the body of your e-mail: name(s) of author(s),
affiliation, main author contact and e-mail address.
- More than one abstract may be submitted per person, however, only one paper
per person will be accepted for presentation (except when at least one of the
papers has multiple authors).
- E-mail abstracts to lin-nlsbuffalo.edu and specify ''NLS Submission'' as
subject. Also, visit http://wings.buffalo.edu/gsa/gla/conference.htm for updates.
- Guidelines for publication of conference proceedings will be available at a
Message 2: 36th Meeting of the North East Linguistic Society
From: Florian Schwarz <nelslinguist.umass.edu>
Subject: 36th Meeting of the North East Linguistic Society
Full Title: 36th Meeting of the North East Linguistic Society
Short Title: NELS36
Date: 28-Oct-2005 - 30-Oct-2005
Location: University of Massachusetts Amherst, United States of America
Contact Person: Florian Schwarz
Meeting Email: nelslinguist.umass.edu
Web Site: http://people.umass.edu/nels/
Linguistic Field(s): General Linguistics
Call Deadline: 15-Jun-2005
The 36th Meeting of the North East Linguistic Society
including a General Session, and Special Sessions on Topics at the
Morphology-Phonology Interface, and Semantics of Under-represented Languages
October 28-30, 2005
University of Massachusetts Amherst
Abstracts are invited for 20-minute talks (plus 10 minutes of discussion), and a
poster session, on any aspect of theoretical linguistics and closely-related fields.
DEADLINE for Abstract Submissions: June 15, 2005
Notification of Abstract Acceptance: August 15, 2005
* Greg Carlson (University of Rochester)
* Lisa Cheng (Universiteit Leiden)
* J. Michael Terry (University of North Carolina-Chapel Hill)
* Bruce Tesar (Rutgers University)
SPECIAL SESSION 1:
Topics at the Morphology-Phonology Interface
Invited Speaker: Bruce Tesar
This session will include regular-length talks that address issues at the
morphology-phonology interface, including:
* morphological categories and boundaries in phonology
* learnability of morphological contrasts
* phonologically-conditioned allomorphy & paradigm gaps
* contrast neutralization/preservation in paradigms
* paradigm uniformity, OO-correspondence, stratal OT
SPECIAL SESSION 2:
Semantics of Under-represented Languages
Invited Speaker: J. Michael Terry
This session will include regular-length talks that address the semantics of
under-represented languages, including non-standard dialects of well-studied
languages (for instance African American English, Bavarian German, or Brazilian
Portuguese). We welcome any research on such languages concerning one or more of
the following areas:
* theoretical semantics
* experimental work on semantics
* semantic fieldwork
* the syntax-semantics interface
* the semantics-pragmatics interface
* information structure
All abstracts should be submitted as email attachments, in PDF format only, to:
nels _at_ linguist.umass.edu
When submitting an abstract, your email should have as its subject 'Abstract',
and in its body the following text:
* author name(s), affiliation(s) and e-mail address(es)
* title of abstract
* abstract sub-area (at most two): acquisition, morphology, phonology/phonetics,
pragmatics, psycholinguistics, semantics, syntax
* session(s) you would like your abstract to be considered for: main, special,
PDF files should be named with the author(s) last name(s) only, e.g. 'smith.pdf'
in the case of one author or 'smithjohnson.pdf' in the case of two.
Abstracts should be anonymous, and limited to one page (using 1'' margins on all
sides and 11pt font size) and a second page containing examples and references.
Any non-standard fonts should be embedded in the PDF document.
Submissions are limited to one individual and one joint abstract per author.
For additional information, please contact the organizers at nels _at _
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