LINGUIST List 8.354

Wed Mar 12 1997

Calls: Bilingualism, Japanese/Korean Ling.

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  1. Javier Gomez Guinovart, Bilingualism
  2. E. Wayles Browne, Japanese/Korean Linguistics Conference

Message 1: Bilingualism

Date: Wed, 12 Mar 1997 19:07:15 +0100
From: Javier Gomez Guinovart <>
Subject: Bilingualism

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Dates: 21-25 october 1997
Place: Vigo (Galicia, Spain)
First circular (Second Circular will be sent in July, 1997)
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Carmen Cabeza Pereiro (General Linguistics, Univ. of Vigo)
Xoan Paulo Rodriguez Yanez (General Linguistics, U. of Vigo)
Anxo M. Lorenzo Suarez (Galician Studies, Univ. of Vigo)
M. Rosa Perez Rodriguez (Spanish Studies, Univ. of Vigo)
Esperanza Rama Martinez (English Studies, Univ. of Vigo)
X. Henrique Costas Gonzalez (Galician Studies, Univ. of Vigo)
Javier Gomez Guinovart (General Linguistics, Univ. of Vigo)

S. Romaine (Merton College, Oxford)
P. Auer (University of Hamburg)
P. H. Nelde (Research Centre on Multilingualism, Bruxelles)
L.-J. Calvet (Universite de Provence)
J. A. Argente (Universitat Autonoma de Barcelona)
M. A. Fernandez (Universidade da Coruna)
C. Alvarez Caccamo (Universidade da Coruna)
H. Monteagudo (Universidade de Santiago de Compostela)

The main objectives of this event are to promote an exchange of
knowledge in five fields of research on individual and community
bilingualism, and to incite a discussion among keynote speakers
and researchers. With that aim we will organise five thematic
sessions with debate and several sessions with oral presentations.

Opening session: Prof. SUZANNE ROMAINE, Merton College, Oxford

SESSION 1 - Language planning and development:
Prof. LOUIS-JEAN CALVET, Universite de Provence
Prof. ROBERT CHAUDENSON, Universite de Provence
Dr. HENRIQUE MONTEAGUDO, Universidade de Santiago de Compostela

SESSION 2 - The construction of identity in bilingual communities:
Prof. JOAN A. ARGENTE, Universitat Autonoma de Barcelona
Prof. PETER H. NELDE, Research Centre on Multilingualism, Bruxelles
Prof. MAURO A. FERNANDEZ, Universidade da Coruna

SESSION 3 - Analysis of bilingual conversation:
Prof. PETER AUER, University of Hamburg
Prof. ALESSANDRO DURANTI, University of California at Los Angeles
Dr. CELSO ALVAREZ CACCAMO, Universidade da Coruna

SESSION 4 - Bilingual acquisition and child language:
Dr. CHRISTINE DEPREZ, Universite Sorbonne-Paris V
Dr. DANIELLE BOUVET, Universite Lyon 2
Dr. CHARLOTTE HOFFMANN, University of Salford

SESSION 5 - Languages in contact:
Prof. SARAH G. THOMASON, University of Pittsburgh
Prof. CEIL LUCAS, Gallaudet University
Dr. JORDI COLOMINA, Universitat d'Alacant

+ Submissions are invited for oral presentations on any aspects of
bilingualism related to one to the five topics included in the SIB.
Official languages of SIB will be Galician, Spanish, English and

+ All submissions will be peer-reviewed anonymously by members of
the Scientific Committee. The main criterion for selection will be
the quality of proposal. The deadline for submissions will be 30
April, 1997. Notices of acceptance will be sent out in June,1997.

+ The papers presented at the SIB will be published at a later date
by Vigo University Press.

+ Each submission should include:
a) a cover sheet containing: the author(s) name(s), address,
affiliation, the title of the oral presentation, and equipment
required for presentation.
b) three copies of one-page abstract. Only hard-copies are

Dra. Carmen Cabeza Pereiro
I Simposio Internacional sobre o Bilinguismo (SIB)
Universidade de Vigo
Facultade de Humanidades
Apartado 874
E-36200 Vigo (Galicia, Spain)
Tel=E9fono/phone: +34+86812359 [from Spain: 986+812359]
Fax: +34+86812380 [from Spain: 986+812380]

+ Please complete and return this form with your payment, to:
Dra. Carmen Cabeza Pereiro
I Simposio Internacional sobre o Bilinguismo (SIB)
Universidade de Vigo
Facultade de Humanidades
Apartado 874
E-36200 Vigo (Galicia, Spain)

Name: ___________________________________________________________

Address: _________________________________________________________


Place of work:_________________________________


E-mail: ___________________________________


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Registration fees:

a) until 30th June 1997:
 __ students*: 8.000 ptas
 __ rest of participants: 15.000 ptas

b) from 1st July 1997:
 __ students*: 10.000 ptas
 __ rest of participants: 18.000 ptas
(*to attach supporting photocopy)
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+ Registration fees will include: a) registration, b) a pre-print
volume which will contain the abstracts from the conferences and
from the oral presentations (the pre-print volume will be sent in
July 1997), and c) coffee-breaks.

+ Payment may be by bank tranfer.

Bank transfer from Spain: Transfer to Caixavigo giving the
following codes:
Caixavigo-Oficina Principal-Vigo
I Simposio Internacional sobre o Bilinguismo, Codigo 088
conta bancaria 2080 0000 74 0040225994

- Bank Transfer from other countries: Transfer to Caixavigo
giving the following codes:
Swift code: CECAESMM080
Caixavigo-Oficina Principal-Vigo
I Simposio Internacional sobre o Bilinguismo, Codigo 088
conta bancaria 2080 0000 74 0040225994
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Javier Gomez Guinovart Universidade de Vigo
Tel: +34+86+812360 Facultade de Humanidades
Fax: +34+86+812380 Apartado 874
Internet: E-36200 Vigo (Galicia, Spain)
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Message 2: Japanese/Korean Linguistics Conference

Date: Wed, 12 Mar 1997 09:52:18 -0400
From: E. Wayles Browne <>
Subject: Japanese/Korean Linguistics Conference


 8th Japanese/Korean Linguistics Conference

 Cornell University ~ LSA Summer Institute
 July 25 - 27, 1997

The Japanese/Korean Conference provides a forum for linguistic research
about Japanese and Korean, thereby deepening our understanding of these two
languages, which have striking typological similarities. We especially
encourage presentations that investigates both languages.

Topics include (but are not limited to): syntax, semantics, typology,
discourse, pragmatics, grammaticalization, historical linguistics,
phonology, phonetics, morphology, first- and second language acquisition,
psycholinguistics, and sociolinguistics.

Presentations are 20 minutes long and will be followed by a 10-minute

The proceedings of this conference will be published as Japanese/Korean
Linguistics 8 - CSLI, and distributed by Cambridge University Press.

Instruction for abstracts

Abstracts should be written such that they fit on one side of a single sheet
of 8.5x11 (for A4) paper, with at least 0.75 inch (2cm) margins on all
sides, using a typeface of at least 12 points. Abstracts may include one
additional page for figures, examples, and bibliographical citations.

Abstracts should include the title of the paper at the top of each page, but
not the name of the author(s).

Ten (10) copies of the abstract should be accompanied by a single 3x5 index
car on which is written the title of the paper, the name(s) and
affiliation(s) of the author(s), e-mail address, telephone number, and fax
number (if available).

No faxed or e-mailed abstracts will be accepted.

Submit the ten (10) copies of the abstract plus the index card to the
appropriate address:

For Phonology, Phonetics, & Sociolinguistics:
Professor David Silva
Linguistics Program,
University of Texas at Arlington,
Hammond Hall 408 - Box 19559
Arlington, TX 76019-0559

For All other topics:
Professor John Whitman
Department of Linguistics
Cornell University
Morrill Hall
Ithaca, NY 14853-4701

The deadline for abstracts is March 25, 1997, and authors will be notified
by May 15, 1997.
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