LINGUIST List 17.2824|
Fri Sep 29 2006
Calls: Computational Ling/India; Applied Ling/USA
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International Conference on Computing: Theory and Applications
Georgetown Linguistics Society: Language and Globalization: Policy, Education, and Media
Message 1: International Conference on Computing: Theory and Applications
From: Mandar Mitra <mandarisical.ac.in>
Subject: International Conference on Computing: Theory and Applications
Full Title: International Conference on Computing: Theory and Applications
Short Title: ICCTA
Date: 05-Mar-2007 - 07-Mar-2007
Location: Kolkata, India
Contact Person: Swapan Parui
Meeting Email: < click here to access email >
Web Site: http://www.isical.ac.in/~iccta
Linguistic Field(s): Computational Linguistics
Call Deadline: 06-Oct-2006
To mark the Platinum Jubilee of the Indian Statistical Institute, the Computer and Communication Sciences Division of the Institute is organizing an international conference. One of the tracks in this conference is focused on research in Document, Language and Signal Processing.
Contributed papers are invited on the following topics:
Information retrieval and extraction;
Natural language processing;
Language resource development;
Morphology and phonology;
Speech synthesis, analysis and recognition;
Please submit your paper online at http://www.isical.ac.in/~iccta/format.html
Paper submission: October 6, 2006
Acceptance notification: November 2, 2006
Camera-ready copy and registration due: November 9, 2006
Accepted papers will be published by IEEE Computer Society Press and
extended versions of selected papers will appear in a Platinum Jubilee
monograph to be published by World Scientific.
Message 2: Georgetown Linguistics Society: Language and Globalization: Policy, Education, and Media
From: Rebecca Rubin <rer26georgetown.edu>
Subject: Georgetown Linguistics Society: Language and Globalization: Policy, Education, and Media
Full Title: Georgetown Linguistics Society: Language and Globalization: Policy, Education, and Media
Short Title: GLS 2007
Date: 30-Mar-2007 - 01-Apr-2007
Location: Washington, DC, USA
Contact Person: Rebecca Rubin
Meeting Email: < click here to access email >
Linguistic Field(s): Applied Linguistics
Call Deadline: 01-Dec-2006
GLS 2007, Language and Globalization: Policy, Education and Media, will explore the interaction between language and the processes of globalization.
The Georgetown Linguistics Society is pleased to announce
Language and Globalization: Policy, Education and Media
March 30-April 1, 2007
Georgetown University, Washington, D.C.
GLS 2007, Language and Globalization: Policy, Education and Media, will explore the interaction between language and the processes of globalization. We invite papers that address the following questions:
- How is globalization driving implicit and explicit language policies?
- What role does language play in the development and implementation of migrant/migration policy?
- What is the relationship between transnationalism and language policy?
- How are countries integrating language and citizenship requirements?
- How has language policy influenced and been influenced by immigration and integration?
- How does globalization affect critical language awareness in education?
- What is the relationship between globalization and current trends in language education policy (especially in regards to the teaching of critical languages)?
- What is the role of language assessment? What are its advantages and dangers, particularly in light of globalization?
- How does globalization shape public discourse (and vice versa)?
- How has language use in the public sphere (signage, verbal announcements, etc.) been influenced by globalization?
- How has globalization impacted language commodification?
These topics are given as suggestions rather than limitations. Any papers relevant to the policy, education, and media effects of language related to globalization are welcome.
GLS 2007 is a conference run by the graduate students in the Department of Linguistics at Georgetown University. The conference will include three days of oral and poster presentations by students as well as invited plenary addresses and panel discussions by established scholars. The following website will be launched by the beginning of October: http://www.glsconf.com.
Confirmed Plenary Speakers:
Dr. David Block
Dr. Ron Scollon
Additional plenary speaker and faculty panel coordinators will be announced as they are confirmed.
We invite submissions of abstracts for oral and poster presentations. Student papers will last 20 minutes with additional time for discussion. The deadline for submission of abstracts is December 1, 2006. We require both paper and electronic copies of your abstract.
Both paper and electronic submissions should include the following two documents:
1. Your abstract text (no longer than 500 words). Include a title. Do not include your name or any identifying information in the abstract document. Please submit five paper copies of your abstract text.
2. A separate sheet of paper with your name, affiliation, title of abstract, email address, mailing address and phone number.
Paper abstract submissions should be sent to:
GLS 2007 Conference
Department of Linguistics
3700 ''O'' Street NW
Washington, DC 20057
Electronic abstract submissions should be sent as an e-mail attachment to: glsconfglsconf.com.
Deadline for receipt of abstracts: December 1, 2006.
Questions may be addressed to any member of the conference committee:
Mark Cosgrove-Shea (mcs59georgetown.edu)
Ashley Fidler (ahe3georgetown.edu)
Colleen Gallagher (ceg33georgetown.edu)
Rebecca Rubin (rer26georgetown.edu)
Jamie Schissel (jamie.schisselgmail.com)
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