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LINGUIST List 21.1621

Sat Apr 03 2010

Calls: General Ling, Ling Theories/United Kingdom

Editor for this issue: Kate Wu <katelinguistlist.org>

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        1.    Robert Truswell, On Linguistic Interfaces II

Message 1: On Linguistic Interfaces II
Date: 02-Apr-2010
From: Robert Truswell <rtruswelstaffmail.ed.ac.uk>
Subject: On Linguistic Interfaces II
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Full Title: On Linguistic Interfaces II
Short Title: OnLI II

Date: 02-Dec-2010 - 04-Dec-2010
Location: Belfast, Northern Ireland, United Kingdom
Contact Person: Christiane Ulbrich
Meeting Email: c.ulbrichulster.ac.uk
Web Site: http://www.socsci.ulster.ac.uk/comms/onli2010/

Linguistic Field(s): General Linguistics; Linguistic Theories

Call Deadline: 30-Apr-2010

Meeting Description:

A full description of our knowledge of language must include reference to
several different components, each with its own particular properties. These
components must interact with each other, and with a lexicon, which we may think
of as a system of stored associations between pieces of information pertaining
to many of the above components. In recent years, the study of the interaction
between these different levels of linguistic knowledge has attracted increasing
interest. The nature and extent of the interaction of different linguistic
modules is a central question to be addressed by a modern theory of linguistic

In 2007, a workshop 'On Linguistic Interfaces' (OnLI) was held at the University
of Ulster, bringing together scholars working on a wide range of
interface-related issues. The workshop has led to a proceedings volume,
'Interfaces in Linguistics: New Research Perspectives', edited by Raffaella
Folli and Christiane Ulbrich (to appear 2010, Oxford University Press).
Following the success of this first meeting, we are pleased to announce that
OnLI II will take place at the University of Ulster (Jordanstown Campus) from
December 2-4 2010. OUP have expressed interest in publishing a further volume of
proceedings from this conference.

Although interface-related material finds a natural home in many linguistics
conferences, OnLI is unique in its focus on the theoretical and empirical issues
arising at the interfaces. OnLI II will host eight invited speakers renowned for
their work on a variety of linguistic interfaces:

Invited Speakers
Elena Anagnostopoulou (University of Crete)
Ricardo Bermúdez-Otero (University of Manchester)
Heidi Harley (University of Arizona)
Winfried Lechner (University of Athens)
John Local (University of York)
Anna Papafragou (University of Delaware)
Michael Wagner (McGill University)
Yi Xu (University College London)

School of Communication, University of Ulster (Jordanstown), Shore Road,
BT37 0QB, Northern Ireland.

Call for Papers

We welcome abstracts for posters and 30-minute oral presentations on any
interface-related topic. Abstracts can be a maximum of two A4 pages long (12pt
Times New Roman, 1in margins). Submission is limited to one single authored
paper and one joint authored paper. Abstracts should be submitted no later than
April 30 via the LinguistList Easy Abs system at

Authors of accepted papers will be asked to submit a 10-page paper by October
15, for dissemination via the conference website prior to the conference. After
the conference, authors of selected presentations will be invited to submit
full-length papers to a proceedings volume.

Important Dates
April 30, 2010: Deadline for abstract submission
June 15, 2010: Notification of acceptance
October 15, 2010: Deadline for submission of 10-page papers
December 2-4, 2010: Conference
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