LINGUIST List 17.1586|
Wed May 24 2006
Calls: Applied Ling/Spain;Ling Theories/Neuroling/Germany
Editor for this issue: Kevin Burrows
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Publishing and Presenting Research Internationally: Issues for Speakers of English as an Additional Language
DGfS Workshop: Experimental Evidence for Minimal Structure
Message 1: Publishing and Presenting Research Internationally: Issues for Speakers of English as an Additional Language
From: Sally Burgess <sburgessull.es>
Subject: Publishing and Presenting Research Internationally: Issues for Speakers of English as an Additional Language
Full Title: Publishing and Presenting Research Internationally: Issues for Speakers of English as an Additional Language
Short Title: ppriseal
Date: 11-Jan-2007 - 13-Jan-2007
Location: La Laguna, Tenerife, Spain
Contact Person: Sally Burgess
Meeting Email: < click here to access email >
Web Site: http://webpages.ull.es/users/ppriseal/
Linguistic Field(s): Applied Linguistics
Call Deadline: 15-Sep-2006
This international conference hosted by the Department of English and German Philology, the Faculty of Philology and the Andrés Bello Institute of Linguistics will bring together researchers and professionals working in the fields of academic publishing and editing, English for Academic and Professional Purposes and Translation Studies.
Sally Burgess, Universidad de La Laguna, Spain
Margaret Cargill, University of Adelaide, Australia
Send one electronic copy in an email entitled 'PPRIconf_oneinitialsurname' e.g. 'PPRIconf_gsmith' , in an attachment also entitled 'PPRI_oneinitialsurname' to pamartinull.es
Label and format your abstract like this:
- Title in bold
- Name in bold
- Affiliation, address, telelephone and email
- Text 300 words maximum
- Times New Roman 12
Indicate the type of abstract that you are submitting
- 20-minute individual paper for the parallel sessions
- proposed colloquium paper (this is submitted along with the other papers in the colloquium, and the title of the colloquium)
- 90- or 120-minute workshops
- Individual papers will have 30 minutes: 20 for the presentation, 10 for questions
- Colloquia proposers should plan their half day to include four slots, in step with the individual paper slots. If they have a larger number of papers these should be shorter so as to fit more than one into a single slot.
- All abstracts will be anonymously rated by one of the organisers and two members of the Local Organising committee in terms of these criteria:
- relevance of the paper etc. to the conference topic and participants
- soundness of the research design, conceptual framework, analysis and/or interpretation.
- Selected papers will be included in a conference publication.
Message 2: DGfS Workshop: Experimental Evidence for Minimal Structure
From: Petra Burkhardt <petra.burkhardtstaff.uni-marburg.de>
Subject: DGfS Workshop: Experimental Evidence for Minimal Structure
Full Title: DGfS Workshop: Experimental evidence for minimal structure
Date: 28-Feb-2007 - 02-Mar-2007
Location: Siegen, Germany
Contact Person: Petra, Ulrike Burkhardt, Janssen
Meeting Email: < click here to access email >
Linguistic Field(s): Linguistic Theories; Neurolinguistics; Psycholinguistics
Call Deadline: 31-Jul-2006
The purpose of the workshop is to present and discuss evidence for minimal structure from current psycho- and neurolinguistic research. The workshop will take place as part of the Annual Conference of the German Linguistics Society (DGfS): http://www.dgfs.de/cgi-bin/dgfs.pl/tagung
Call for Workshop: Experimental evidence for minimal structure
In the past decade, the notion of minimality has received a lot of attention in various linguistic domains. For instance, minimal structure plays a prominent role in syntactic theory where a crucial assumption is that phrase structure building processes follow principles of minimality. In analogy, recent morphological approaches have proposed that inflectional systems can be captured by a minimal set of morphosyntactic categories and features. In phonology, but also in other linguistic domains, optimality-theoretic analyses have been adopted to account for the occurrence of the optimal (unmarked) surface form.
It has further been proposed that principles of minimal structure are reflected in language processing and our workshop therefore aims at linking theoretical claims with experimental findings. We invite presentations from all linguistic domains (including phonology, morphology, syntax, semantics, pragmatics) that provide psycho- and neurolinguistic evidence for the validity of minimal structures. In this respect, we also invite presentations that address conflict resolution strategies that are required in cases where minimal structures from two (or more) domains clash and where as a result, the output has to violate the minimality priniciple of one of the subdomains.
Presentations will be 20 minutes plus 10 minutes for discussion.
Petra Burkhardt, Department of Germanic Linguistics, University of Marburg
Ulrike Janssen, Department of Germanic Linguistics, University of Marburg
Abstract Submission Guidelines:
Please submit an abstract (500 words maximum, including references) and include the following information:
(a) Title of the paper
(b) Name of the author(s)
(d) e-mail address(es)
Send your submissions to: petra(dot)burkhardt(at)staff(dot)uni-marburg(dot)de
July 31, 2006: deadline for abstracts
September 01, 2006: notification of acceptance
February 28 - March 02, 2007: workshop in Siegen
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