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    November 10, 2001 Part II CONFERENCES, FUTURE EVENTS Volume 10: Number
    07
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    * CONFERENCES and COURSES
            - The 10th International Conference on Functional Grammar (ICFG10)
            - Second Language Research Forum, SLRF2002
            - 5th Annual CLUK Research Colloquium
            - 2002 Baltic Summer Studies Institute
            - HPSG-2002
            - LREC 2002 - Language Resources & Evaluation Conference
            - GLOW 2002
            - 17th Comparative Germanic Syntax Workshop (CGSW 17)
            - LSA / DGFS Summer School - Duesseldorf 2002
            - EURESCO Conference on Theoretical and Experimental Linguistics
            - GLAC-8: Eighth Germanic Linguistics Annual Conference
            - Early Lexicon Acquisition: Normal and Pathological Development
            - AT2AI-3 From Agent Theory to Agent Implementation
            - EURESCO Conference on Mind, Language and Metaphor
            - Computational Linguistics in the Nehterlands (CLIN 2001)
            - Tree Adjoining Grammars and Related Frameworks
            - 12th Colloquium on Generative Grammar
            - South West Optimality Theory (SWOT)
            - Vth International Colloqium of Lexicology (ICL).
            - Perspectives on Aspect
            - First International Seminar on Gender and Language:
            - The Gender of Translation / The Translation of Gender
            - Research Training, NWCL
            - Nordisk Språknormeringskonferanse

    * FUTURE EVENTS
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                 <<<<<< CONFERENCES and COURSES >>>>>>

    Call for participation: THE 10TH INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE ON FUNCTIONAL
    GRAMMAR (ICFG10)

    University of Amsterdam, Amsterdam, The Netherlands,
    June 26 - 29, 2002.

    ICFG10 will be devoted to all aspects of
    Functional Grammar (FG), but special attention will be
    given to the topic of Expression rules.

    The Conference will be preceded by a Postgraduate
    Course on Functional Grammar from June 17 till 21,
    which will also be hosted by the University of
    Amsterdam. This intensive course on Functional
    Grammar will enable linguists unfamiliar with the
    theory to prepare for the conference, but can also be
    attended independently from the conference. The course
    is organized with participants at the PhD level in
    mind.

    If you wish to receive full information on the
    conference and/or the postgraduate course please send a
    message to: ICFG@HUM.UVA.NL

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    Call for Papers: SECOND LANGUAGE RESEARCH FORUM, SLRF2002
                 Interfaces with Second Language Research

    University of Toronto, Canada
    October 3-6 2002

    We are inviting abstracts of no more than 400 words, for papers and
    posters in either English or French, on research and theory in second
    language acquisition including research which represents interfaces
    between SLA and other disciplines.

    Deadline for Submission: March 1st 2002

    Additional information at: http://home.oise.utoronto.ca/~slrf2002
    Contact address:
                        SLRF 2002 -Modern Language Centre
                            OISE/University of Toronto
                              252 Bloor Street West
                          Toronto, Ontario M5S 1V6 Canada
                             slrf2002@oise.utoronto.ca
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    Final Call for Participation: 5th Annual CLUK Research Colloquium

    University of Leeds
    8-9 January 2002

    Introduction

    Computational Linguistics UK (CLUK) aims to provide a forum for the
    Computational Linguistics community in the UK. The Annual CLUK Colloquium
    offers PhD students in Natural Language Processing and related disciplines
    an opportunity to present and discuss their work with members of the wider
    research community. The colloquium is organised as a mini-conference.
    Presentations are held in conference-style sessions, to which senior
    established researchers are invited, and there will be opportunities for
    general discussion. Papers on any topic within the area of Computational
    Linguistics, NLP and Language Engineering are welcome.

    Guest Speakers:
    Mark Davies, Illinois State University
    Jenny Thomas, University of Bangor
    Tony McEnery, Lancaster University (to be confirmed)

    email: cluk-group@dcs.shef.ac.uk

    The colloquium will be held at Charles Morris Hall, University of Leeds.

    The cost of participation, which includes a copy of the proceedings,
    B&B, lunches, and dinner, will be GBP85.

    http://www.comp.leeds.ac.uk/cluk5/

    email: jre@comp.leeds.ac.uk
    tel: 0113 233 6827/5761
    fax: 0113 233 5468

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    Call for participation: 2002 BALTIC SUMMER STUDIES INSTITUTE

    University of Illinois,Urbana-Champaign,
    June 10 to August 2, 2002.

    Courses include Introductory
    Estonian, Latvian, and Lithuanian, and Baltic History and Culture. The
    deadline to be considered for fellowships, including FLAS, is February 1,
    2002. For more information contact: REEC, University of Illinois, 104
    International Studies Building, 910 S. Fifth Street, Champaign, IL 61820;
    217-333-1244; reec@uiuc.edu, or check web at:
    http://www.reec.uiuc.edu/balssi.htm

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    Call for Papers: HPSG-2002, 9TH INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE ON
                HEAD-DRIVEN PHRASE STRUCTURE GRAMMAR

    Kyung Hee University, Seoul, South Korea
    8-9 August 2002

    HPSG-2002 solicits abstracts for presentations that address
    linguistic, foundational, or computational issues relating to the
    framework of Head-Driven Phrase Structure Grammar.

    INVITED SPEAKERS:

    Robert Borsley (University of Essex)
    Robert Levine (Ohio State University)
    Ivan Sag (Stanford University)

    SUBMISSION DETAILS:

    We invite E-MAIL submissions of abstracts for presentations. Your
    abstract must have two parts:

    1) an information page in plain text format, containing
          - author name(s)
          - affiliation(s)
          - e-mail and postal address(es)
          - title of paper

    2) An extended abstract with title, not more than 5 (five) pages long,
    including all figures and references. Abstracts may be either in
    plain ASCII, PostScript, or PDF format. A successful abstract clearly
    describes the issues, presents an analysis (if appropriate) and
    presents evidence for any proposals made, including samples of data.

    If your mailer allows attachments, then please send part (1) in the
    message body, and part (2) as an attachment.

    Abstracts should contain the subject heading 'HPSG-02 abstract' and
    should be sent to:wechsler@mail.utexas.edu

    All abstracts will be reviewed anonymously, so authors are asked to
    avoid obvious self-references in their abstracts.

    Presentations will last 30 minutes + 10 minutes discussion.

    ABSTRACT SUBMISSION DEADLINE: 15 February 2002

    NOTIFICATION OF ACCEPTANCE: 1 April 2002
    Questions?
    on abstract submittal: Stephen Wechsler, wechsler@mail.utexas.edu
    on conference arrangements: Jong-Bok Kim, jongbok@khu.ac.kr#]-
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    Call for Papers: LREC 2002 - LANGUAGE RESOURCES & EVALUATION CONFERENCE

    Las Palmas, Canary Islands (Spain)
    27th May 2002 - 2nd June 2002

    Important dates:
    Deadline for submission of proposals for oral papers, posters, referenced
    demos, panels and workshops: 20/11/2001

    Notification of acceptance of workshop and panel proposals:
    10/12/2001
    Notification of acceptance of oral papers, posters, referenced
    demos: 02/02/2002
    Final version for the proceedings: 02/04/2002
    Pre-Conference workshops: 27 & 28/05/2002
    Main Conference: 29, 30 & 31/05/2002
    Post-Conference: 01 & 02/06/2002

    Electronic submission of abstracts (in ASCII file format) should
    be sent to: lrec@ilc.pi.cnr.it, attn: Antonio Zampolli - LREC Chairman.

    Submission in hard copy (five copies) should be sent to:
    Antonio Zampolli
    LREC Chairman
    Istituto di Linguistica Computazionale del CNR
    Area della Ricerca di Pisa San Cataldo
    Via G. Moruzzi 1
    56124 Pisa - ITALY

    www.lrec-conf.org
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    Call for Papers: GLOW 2002

    Amsterdam/Utrecht, the Netherlands
    April 9 -11 2002
    Workshops on April 7, 8,12 and 13

    The following workshops will be organised:

    - The Syntax Discourse Interface (April 12)
    - Phonological Language Acquisition (April 12&13)
    - Tools in Linguistic Theory (April 7&8)

    Deadline for submisssion of abstracts, for the main session and the
    workshops, is December 1.

    Anbstract submission:
    For the main session, ten anonymous copies of the abstract plus a
    datasheet providing the title of the paper, and name, affiliation,
    address and e-mail address of the author should be sent to: GLOW 2002
    Selection Committee Meertens Institute PO Box 94264 1090 CG Amsterdam
    The Netherlands

    Authors of accepted abstracts will be requested to send an electronic
    version of their abstract after notification of acceptance.

    All abstracts (5 copies) for the workshops should be sent to:

    Utrecht institute of Linguistics
    Glow Workshops
    [Name of the workshop]
    Trans 10
    3512 JK Utrecht
    The Netherlands

    We accept e-mail submission of abstracts for the workshops (but not
    for the main session), but only as: Word (for Windows)-files,
    RTF-files, PDF-files. We can not handle Mac-files!

    For further information about the workshops, you can mail to
    workshops.glow@let.uu.nl; for information about the main session, mail
    to glow2002@meertens.knaw.nl
    Further information: http://www.meertens.knaw.nl/glow2002/
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    Call for Papers: 17TH COMPARATIVE GERMANIC SYNTAX WORKSHOP (CGSW 17)

    The University of Iceland, Reykjavik
    August 9-10, 2002

    INVITED SPEAKERS:
    Luigi Rizzi, University of Siena
    Hubert Haider, University of Salzburg

    We invite abstracts for forty-minute talks (30 minutes plus 10 minutes
    discussion) on any aspect of comparative Germanic syntax including the
    interface between syntax and other components of the grammar.

    GUIDELINES FOR ABSTRACTS:
    Abstracts should not exceed one page (letter-size or A4), with one-inch
    (2,5cm) margin and typed in at least 11-point font. A second page is
    permitted
    for data and references only.

    We strongly encourage electronic submissions. Send your name, academic
    affiliation, e-mail address, mailing address, and title of the paper in the
    body of the message. The anonymous abstract should be sent as an attachment
    in one of the following formats: pdf, rtf, postscript, Microsoft Word, or
    ASCII plain text. For any unusual fonts, please attach the font file.

    Postal submissions must include 5 copies of an anonymous abstract and a
    separate sheet including the author, title and contact information as above.

    DEADLINE FOR RECEIPT OF ABSTRACTS: March 10, 2002
    NOTIFICATION OF ACCEPTANCE: May 1, 2002
    ELECTRONIC SUBMISSIONS: jj@hi.is
    POSTAL SUBMISSION:
            CGSW 17 Committee, c/o Sigridur Sigurjonsdottir
            Department of Icelandic
            University of Iceland
            Arnagardi v. Sudurgotu
            101 Reykjavik
            ICELAND

    Receipt of electronic submissions will be confirmed by e-mail by March 12th.
    If you do not receive an e-mail confirmation, please contact the organizers.

    For more information please send e-mail to siggasig@hi.is or
    jgjonsson@centrum.is or visit our website:

    http://www.ismal.hi.is/imf/cgsw17/
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    Call For Papers: LSA / DGFS SUMMER SCHOOL - Duesseldorf 2002

    STUDENT EVENING SESSIONS

    We invite anonymous abstracts for papers that (a) present new empirical
    data from any field of linguistics, and (b) discuss to what extent these
    data call for a functional or formal explanation.

    Abstracts must not exceed one page in length (11 point font, 2cm margins,
    single-spaced). A second page is allowed for data and references. Authors
    may submit no more than one individual or joint abstract. Joint abstracts
    should designate one address for communication with the organizers.

    The anonymous abstract should preferably be sent as an e-mail attachment in
    one of the following formats: pdf, rtf, postscript, or plain text. For any
    unusual fonts, please attach the font file. No other formats will be
    accepted, electronic submissions should be sent to the following e-mail
    address: sschool@phil-fak.uni-duesseldorf.de

    When writing to our postal address (cf. below), please add the keyword
    "Student Sessions" to the address.
    Please use "Abstract for Student Session" as the subject header and
    include, besides the attached abstract, the following information in the
    body of the message:
    1.Name(s) of author(s)
    2.Title of talk
    3.Area of specialization
    4.Affiliation(s)
    5.E-mail address(es)
    6.Postal address(es)

    Deadline for abstract submission: March 31, 2002, 6p.m. (CET).
    Notification of acceptance: by May 31, 2002.
    The final version of the paper, which is sent to the discussant, must reach
    us by July 1, 2002. The discussant will be selected from the teacher's panel
    of the Summer School according to the paper's area of specialization.

    Contact:
    Summer Program
    Anglistik III
    Heinrich-Heine-Universit=E4t D=FCsseldorf
    Universitatsstr. 1
    D-40225 Dusseldorf
    Germany
    email: summerschool@phil-fak.uni-duesseldorf.de
    http://www.phil-fak.uni-duesseldorf.de/summerschool2002/
    Fon: +49 211 81-12963Fax: +49 211 81-15292

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    Call for Participation: EURESCO CONFERENCE ON THEORETICAL AND EXPERIMENTAL
    LINGUISTICS

    Corinth, Greece,
    1-6 June 2002

    Scope: This conference is the first in the series "Theoretical and
    Experimental Linguistics" and aims at bringing together theoretical work in
    contemporary syntactic theory with work on the syntactic properties
    displayed by the various types of language disorders. It will center around
    four core concepts of Generative Linguistics: (i) Functional Categories (ii)
    Word Order and Movement (iii) Dependencies within and across Sentences and
    (iv) Interfaces, and will compare the behavior of normal and impaired
    language with respect to each of them. It seeks answers to questions such
    as: What constitutes a deviation from a normal system in current syntactic
    terms? How likely is it to find in normal language patterns and behavior
    encountered in language disorders? What do impaired varieties of language
    have to contribute to contemporary syntactic theory?

    The conference is open to researchers world-wide, whether from industry
    or academia. Participation will be limited to 100. The emphasis will be
    on discussion about new developments. The conference fee covers
    registration, full board and lodging. Grants will be available, in
    particular for nationals under 35 from EU or Associated States.

    Deadline: 12 March 2002.

    Further information and on-line application form at:
    http://www.esf.org/euresco/02/hc02183

    For further information on this event, please contact Ms. Rhona Heywood,
    Conference Organiser at: rheywood@esf.org
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    Call for Papers: GLAC-8: EIGHTH GERMANIC LINGUISTICS ANNUAL CONFERENCE

    Indiana University, Bloomington
    April 26-28, 2002

    We invite colleagues at all levels (faculty, graduate students, and
    independent scholars) to submit abstracts for 30-minute papers on any
    linguistic or philological aspect of any historical or modern Germanic
    language or dialect, including English (to the Early Modern period) and
    the extra-territorial varieties. Papers from a range of linguistic
    subfields, including phonetics, phonology, morphology, syntax,
    semantics,sociolinguistics, language acquisition, contact, and change, as
    well as differing theoretical approaches, are welcome.

    Please send to the address below a one-page abstract in a 12-point font,
    ready to be reproduced photographically. More information on abstracts may
    be found at the conference web site listed below.

    Deadline for submission: January 2, 2002.
    Notifications of acceptance: February 1, 2002.

    Further information: http://www.indiana.edu/~glac8/index4.htm;
    Or contact the conference organizers, Robert D. Fulk (Dept. of English) and
    Rex A. Sprouse (Dept. of Germanic Studies), at glac8@indiana.edu
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    Call for Participation: EARLY LEXICON ACQUISITION: NORMAL AND PATHOLOGICAL
    DEVELOPMENT

    Lyon
    December -5-8, 2001

    Preliminary program now available at:
    http://www.ddl.ish-lyon.cnrs.fr/ela2001/home.html

    Contact Sophie Kern: sophie.kern@ish-lyon.cnrs.fr
    e-mail : Anetta.Kopecka@etu.univ-lyon2.fr

    web site: http://www.ddl.ish-lyon.cnrs.fr/
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    2nd Call for Papers: AT2AI-3 FROM AGENT THEORY TO AGENT IMPLEMENTATION
    THIRD INTERNATIONAL SYMPOSIUM "FROM AGENT THEORY TO AGENT IMPLEMENTATION"

    Vienna, Austria
    April 2-5, 2002

    Paper submission deadline: November 16, 2001

    Abstracts are invited on following topics:

         Conceptual and theoretical foundations
         Agent languages and architectures
         Learning and adaptability
         Communication, coordination and collaboration
         Social issues in agent societies
         Safety, security, and responsibility
         Single vs. multi-agent systems
         Agents vs. Middleware (e.g. CORBA, Grid Computing, ...)
         Development and engineering methodologies
         User interfaces and usability
         Testbeds and evaluations
         Applications

    SUBMISSION DETAILS:
    For details on how to prepare the draft final paper, see the
    guidelines for the main EMCSR conference published on the EMCSR web
    server URL: http://www.ai.univie.ac.at/emcsr/ Draft Final Papers
    must not exceed 10 single-spaced A4 pages (maximum 43 lines, max. line
    length 160 mm, 12 point), in English. They have to contain the final
    text to be submitted, including graphs and pictures. However, these
    need not be of reproducible quality. They must carry the title,
    author(s) name(s), and affiliation (including. e-mail address, if possible)
    in this order, and must include an abstract.

    Please notice that for this particular symposium submission in
    ELECTRONIC FORMAT is STRONGLY PREFERRED, either via e-mail as
    attachment, or by anonymous FTP upload WITH JOINT NOTIFICATION by
    e-mail; otherwise send FOUR hard copies of the draft final paper.

    Address your submission to:
      Paolo Petta
      Austrian Research Institute for Artificial Intelligence
      Schottengasse 3
      A 1010 Vienna, Austria, EU

      e-mail: paolo@ai.univie.ac.at

      FTP: upload your papers to URL:ftp://ftp.ai.univie.ac.at/incoming/
           please start the name of the uploaded file with
           "at2ai3_" and the first author name, e.g.: "at2ai3_petta.zip"
           FTP-uploads MUST BE accompanied by an e-mail notification
           to paolo@ai.univie.ac.at

    Accepted Papers:
    Authors of accepted papers will be notified by December 14, 2001; the
    list will also be published on the AT2AI-3 web site. After the event,
    a second round of more extensive reviews is planned which is to lead
    to the publication of extended versions of selected contributions in
    an edited collection.

    Important dates:
         Paper submission deadline: November 16, 2001
         Notification of acceptance: December 14, 2001
         Camera-ready copies due: January 18, 2002

    FURTHER INFORMATION:
    * Please consult the symposium web page for latest updates
      URL:http://www.ai.univie.ac.at/~paolo/conf/at2ai3.html
    * For information about paper formatting, registration, and
      accommodation, see the main EMCSR 2002 Web site
      URL:http://www.ai.univie.ac.at/emcsr/

    http://www.ai.univie.ac.at/~paolo/conf/at2ai3.html
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    Call for Participation: EURESCO CONFERENCE ON MIND, LANGUAGE AND METAPHOR
    EuroConference on Consciousness and the Imagination

    Kerkrade, The Netherlands
    20-24 April 2002

    Scope: Mind, language and metaphor is a new conference series that will
    explore the role of metaphor and metonymy in language and thought. This
    first conference will consider points of convergence between three major
    fields of contemporary research:
    figurative language, imagination and consciousness. It will consider such
    questions as: the role of conscious and unconscious processes in metaphor
    production and interpretation; the role of 'seeing as' in the development of
    consciousness; interactions between imagination, perception and cognition;
    and how bodily and neural processes create and constrain the imagination.
    The aim is to generate a new understanding of the relationship between
    consciousness and the imagination.
    Cross-linguistic data and research into all European languages is
    particularly
    encouraged.

    The conference is open to researchers world-wide, whether from industry or
    academia. Participation will be limited to 100. The emphasis will be on
    discussion about new developments. The conference fee covers registration,
    full board and lodging. Grants will be available, in particular for
    nationals under 35, from EU or Associated States.

    On-line application form at: http://www.esf.org/euresco/02/hc02184

    Deadline: 1st February 2002.

    For further information on this event, please contact Ms. Anne-Sophie
    Gablin,
    Conference Organiser at: asgablin@esf.org
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    Call for Participation: COMPUTATIONAL LINGUISTICS IN THE NETHERLANDS (CLIN
    2001)

    University of Twente, the Netherlands,
    Friday, 30 November, 2001

    The preliminary program and all accepted abstracts can be viewed at
    the following address:

    http://parlevink.cs.utwente.nl/Conferences/clin2001.html

    On this page you will also find links to information about
    registration, route and accommodation.

    REGISTRATION
    The registration fee for CLIN 2001 is EURO 29,50 (NLG
    65,=). SIKS-AiO's can participate for free. The registration fee
    entitles you to the proceedings of CLIN 2000 (held in Tilburg),
    refreshments during the breaks, a lunch, and an informal reception.

    To register, please fill in the registration form at
    http://parlevink.cs.utwente.nl/Conferences/Clin2001/registration.html

    If you have any questions concerning registration, please email
    Charlotte Bijron: bijron@cs.utwente.nl
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    Call for Papers: TREE ADJOINING GRAMMARS AND RELATED FRAMEWORKS
                          6th International Workshop on Tree Adjoining Grammars and
                                    Related Frameworks

    Venice, Italy
    20-23 May 2002

    SUBMISSION DETAILS

    We invite submissions on all aspects of TAG and related
    systems. Anonymous abstracts may be submitted for two sorts
    of presentations at the workshop: long talks, which will be
    40 minutes in length, and short talks, 20 minutes in length.
    Regardless of type of submission, abstracts may not exceed
    two pages in length (not including data, figures and
    references). All abstracts must be submitted electronically
    to the following address:

          tag6@ircs.upenn.edu

    Please use 'Abstract' as the Subject header and include,
    below the abstract, the following information, which should
    constitute the body of the message:

          1. Name(s) of author(s)
          2. Affiliation(s)
          3. E-mail address(es)
          4. Postal address(es)
          5. Title of talk
          6. Preference for long or short presentation

    The anonymous abstract may then be included either in the
    body of the message in ASCII format, or else as a PDF
    attachment.

        Abstract Submission Deadline: January 30, 2002
        Notification Of Acceptance: March 1, 2002

    PROCEEDINGS
    Proceedings including an extended (4 page) version of all
    accepted abstracts will be distributed at the workshop.
    Camera-ready copies of these extended versions will be due
    April 1, 2002.
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    Call for Papers: 12TH COLLOQUIUM ON GENERATIVE GRAMMAR

    Lisbon, Portugal
    April, 15-17

    Abstracts are invited in all areas of generative grammar. The
    colloquium will consist of talks of 30 minutes each plus discussion
    (10 minutes). The official languages of the 12th Colloquium on
    Generative Grammar are English and any Romance language. Abstracts may
    not exceed 2 pages (A4), including examples and references, with 2,54
    cm. (1 inch) margin on all four sides and should employ a font Times
    New Roman 12 pt. Abstracts should be sent ELECTRONICALLY as word 97
    or rtf attachments to the following e-mail address: xiicgg@netvisao.pt

    With the email message, please send the following information: author's name
    and affiliation, address and e-mail address.

    Deadline for submission: January 31st
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    Call for Papers: SOUTH WEST OPTIMALITY THEORY (SWOT)
    Stress in Optimality Theory (parasession)

    The University of Texas at Austin
    March 1-3, 2002

    Call for Papers
    SWOT is a conference of leading scholars from universities in the
    Southwest Area of the US working within the framework of Optimality
    Theory. The aim of TLS 2002 is to present a forum, where scholars from
    these universities share research within OT, and also to discuss and
    make proposals on OT analyses of stress in phonology.

    We invite abstracts on original, unpublished work on stress in optimality
    theory.

    Invited Keynote Speakers:Bruce Hayes (UCLA), Megan Crowhurst (UT Austin)

    Abstracts
    We invite anonymous abstracts for twenty-minute talks followed by 10
    minute discussion. Abstracts should be related to stress within the
    framework of Optimality Theory. Abstracts must not exceed one page in
    length (11 point font, 1 inch margins in all directions). A second page is
    allowed for data and references. Authors may submit at most one
    individual and one joint abstract. Joint abstracts should designate one
    address for communication with TLS.

    Abstract Submissions
    Only E-mail submission of abstracts will be accepted. They must be
    submitted as attachments to an e-mail message. They may not be
    contained with the body of a message. The body of the message should
    include all information listed in 1-5 below.

    Author Information
    1. Name(s) of author(s)
    2. Title of paper
    3. Affiliation(s)
    4. E-mail address(es)
    5. Postal address(es)

    Please use 'Abstract' as the Subject header.
    Abstracts must be submitted in one of the following formats:
    Word attachment, pdf attachment
    No other formats will be accepted.

    Electronic submissions should be sent to the TLS 2002 e-mail address:
    tls@uts.cc.utexas.edu

    Important Dates
    Deadline for submission of abstracts: December 1, 2001
    Notifications of acceptance: January 20, 2002

    Further Information
    http://uts.cc.utexas.edu/~tls/2002tls/index.html
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    Call for Papers: VTH INTERNATIONAL COLLOQIUM OF LEXICOLOGY (ICL). Organised
    by The (Association de la Lexicologie Arabe en Tunisie-ALAT)

    Tunis
    May 3-6,2002

    Topics:The topics of the Colloquium are:
    -The theory of meaning in classical and modern linguistics:
    a-the meaning in lexicon; b-the meaning of linguistic units;
    c-intensional meaning vs extensional meaning
    -Semantic relations: a-synonymy; b-polysemy; c-antonymy;d-hyponymy.
    -The theory of lexical field :a-semasiological field; b-onomasiological
    field;
    c-semantic field and lexicon organisation.
    -Lexical semantics and cognitive scinces: a-conceptual semantics;
    b-reference
    theory; c-semantic categorization; d-conceptual categorization.
    -Semantic structure in dictionary: a-semantics and linguistic definition; b-
    semantics and lexicographical definition; c-semantics and logical
    definition.
    -Lexical semantics and applied linguistics: a-sematics and translation: b-
    semantics and language processing.
    -Lexical semantics and automatic dictionary processing: a-semantics and word
    processing; b-semantics and corpus processing.

    Papers:
    - The papers will be dealt with in plenary sessions (25 mn
    for exposition).
    -Languages : Presentations may be in Arabic,English or French.

    Participation:
    -Papers must be original and umpublished.
    -The full texts should not exceed 25 A4 pages, including figures and
    references.
    -Authors should submit either by email to the President of
    ALAT, Mr. Ibrahim Benmrad: <Ibrahim.Benammar@ceres.rnrt.tn>,or preferly by
    fax to (2161885094),or by post to: Association de la Lexicologie Arabe
    en Tunisie,77 bis, Avenue Bellevue,El-ouardia,1009-Tunis,Tunisia ,
    abstracts typed or printed on one side of the paper only. Abstracts
    should not exceed tow A4 pages, written in the language in which the
    paper will be presented and in one of the tow other languages of the
    Colloquium.

    Important dates:
    -Submission of application form and abstract: November30,2001.
    -Notification of acceptance: December 31,2001.
    -Final typed text: March 30,2002.

    -The proceedings of the Vth ICL will be published in the Vol. 16-17 of the
    Journal of ALAT: Revue de la Lexicologie.

    Colloquium Application Form:
    -Full name:
    -Date and place of birth:
    -Nationality:
    -Home adress:
    -Home phone and fax:
    -email:
    -profession:
    -Academic title:
    -Business adress:
    -Proposed title of paper:
    -Language used in the presentation:

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    Call for Papers: THE SYNTAX-SEMANTICS INTERFACE IN THE CP-DOMAIN

    Zentrum für Allgemeine
    Sprachwissenschaft (ZAS), Berlin
    March 6-8, 2002

    We encourage submissions on such topics as:

    - Clause types and clause-type systems (declaratives, interrogatives,
    imperatives, exclamatives, etc.)
    - The notion of "Force" or "Sentence Mood" and its syntactic encoding
    - Fronting operations such as topic or focus movement, especially papers
    that address both syntactic and semantic/pragmatic issues

    Abstracts should be at most two pages long, 12 point font, one inch
    margins. Abstracts must be sent in electronic form, PDF or MS Word only, to:
    andre@zas.gwz-berlin.de

    Deadline: December 1, 2001

    Organizing committee:

    Horst-Dieter Gasde ZAS
    André Meinunger, Kerstin Schwabe Universität Leipzig/ZAS
    Paul Portner, Raffaella Zanuttini Georgetown University

    A pdf version of this call for papers, suitable for printing, is
    available at:

        http://www.georgetown.edu/portner/CP-workshop-CFP.pdf
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    Call for Participation: PERSPECTIVES ON ASPECT

    Utrecht Institute of Linguistics OTS, Netherlands
    December 12 - 14 2001

    INVITED SPEAKERS:
    David Dowty, Manfred Krifka, Mark Moens and Mark Steedman, Östen Dahl,
    Emmon Bach, Alice ter Meulen, Hana Filip, Chris Piñón and Gillian
    Ramchand.

    FORUM DISCUSSANTS:
    Hans Kamp and Barbara Partee.

    In addition to the invited speakers and two discussion fora there are 12
    presentations by selected speakers and two poster sessions with some 25
    posters.

    The program, further information & preregistration form are available
    on:
    http://www-uilots.let.uu.nl/conferences/Perspectives_on_Aspect/P_o_A_index.html

    For other questions, contact aspect@let.uu.nl.

    ORGANIZERS:
    Angeliek van Hout, Anna M?ynarcyck, Henriëtte de Swart, Henk Verkuyl.
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    Call for Papers: FIRST INTERNATIONAL SEMINAR ON GENDER AND LANGUAGE:
    THE GENDER OF TRANSLATION / THE TRANSLATION OF GENDER

    University of Valencia
    16-18 October, 2002

    We would like to invite proposals for papers, workshops and posters on
    all aspects of gender and language studies and, especially, on all
    theoretical and practical aspects of the interface between gender and
    language studies and translation studies.

    Topics for the Seminar will include, among others:
    - analysis of gender marking in translation.
    - women, men, language and translation.
    - gender bias in translation.
    - translation as gender-specific cultural transfer.
    - translating the body.
    - re-translating gender-specific texts (e.g. the Bible).
    - the challenge to grammatical gender in translation.
    - the feminisation/masculinisation of translations.
    - translators vs. translatresses.
    - relation between women and translation: on the borders of meaning.
    - feminist translation.
    - the translation of identity.
    - how sites of translation become gendered.
    - authorship in women's and men's translations.
    - sexism and translation.
    - etc.

    The Seminar is interdisciplinary: we invite work on diverse
    languages and from a variety of fields of study, although with a
    main focus on language and discourse.

    Papers:
    We seek 20-minute papers, approx. 4,000 words in length (plus
    10 minutes discussion). Please send a 250-word abstract in electronic
    format (MS Word 98), indicating:
    - title of paper.
    - author(s).
    - author's affiliation (mailing address, phone/fax number, e-mail)
    - indicate the materials you will require (video, OHP, slide
    projector, etc.)

    Final papers should not exceed 4,000-word length, and they must be
    handed in to the organisation at the Seminar (in triplicate plus a
    copy on diskette).

    Workshops:
    Send a workshop description, in electronic format (MS Word 98),
    indicating:
    - title of workshop.
    - author(s).
    - author's affiliation (mailing address, phone/fax number, e-mail)
    - indicate the materials you will require (video, OHP, slides
    projector, etc.)
    - aims and methodology.
    - target audience.
    - duration (maximum 2-3 hours).

    Please send proposals by 15 May 2002, to:
    By e-mail: jose.santaemilia@uv.es
    By fax or ordinary mail:
    Dr. Jose Santaemilia,
    Departament de Filologia Anglesa i Alemanya,
    Universitat de Valencia
    Av. Blasco Ibaez, 32
    Valencia-46010
    Tel. (34) 96 386 42 62 / (34) 96 398 34 20
    Fax (34) 96 386 41 61

    Notification of acceptance: approximately 1 July 2002.
    Articles will be considered for publication (Guidelines for
    publication will be sent to Seminar contributors).

    Official languages of the Seminar: English, Spanish and Catalan.

    Seminar coordinator: Dr. Jose Santaemilia.
    Organising committee: Dr. Patricia Bou, Dr. Peter Vickers.

    Universitat de Valencia
    Facultat de Filologia
    Departament de Filologia Anglesa i Alemanya

    REGISTRATION FORM

    First International Seminar on Gender and Language
    (The Gender of Translation / The Translation of Gender)
    University of Valencia, 16-18 October 2002

    Surname
    Name
    Title (Mr., Ms., Dr., etc.)
    Affiliation (university, etc.)
    Address
    Country
    Telephone number (home)
    Telephone number (work)
    Fax number
    E-mail address
    Please indicate:
    Attendance only
    Contributor
    Student
    Title of paper (if applicable)

    Seminar registration fees (in Euros)
                            Attendant Contributor Student
    Before September 15th 60.10 72.12 30.05
                            (Pta. 10,000) (Pta. 12,000) (Pta. 5,000)

    After September 15th 72.12 90.15 36.06
                            (Pta. 12,000) (Pta. 15,000) (Pta. 6,000)

    Method of payment:
    Bank transfer to the following account number:
    Bank: CAM (Caja de Ahorros del Mediterraneo) - Urbana Exposicion
    (Valencia)
    Account:2090-2821-42-0040116872
    Payable to: VSGL 2002 (Valencia Seminar on Gender and Language 2002)

    Please send the completed form (with a copy of bank transfer) by 15
    September 2002 to the Seminar coordinator:

    Dr. Jose Santaemilia,
    Departament de Filologia Anglesa i Alemanya,
    Universitat de Valencia
    Av. Blasco Ibaez, 32
    Valencia-46010
    Tel. (34) 96 386 42 62 / (34) 96 398 34 20
    Fax (34) 96 386 41 61
    e-mail: jose.santaemilia@uv.es

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    Call for Participation: RESEARCH TRAINING, NWCL

    Following our successful ESRC funded research training events, the North
    West Centre for Linguistics is establishing a Research Training Centre in
    language and linguistics. The Centre, which is funded for three years by the
    HEFCE Collaboration Programme in Modern Languages, will provide research
    training courses in a variety of topics in theoretical and applied
    linguistics and in research methodology. These courses will be at a variety
    of levels, thus meeting the needs of students who are moving from MA
    programmes into M.Phil and PhD programmes as well as students already
    embarked on their research programmes.

    There will be two events each year, a one-week event in spring and a
    two-week event in autumn. They will be held either at the University of
    Manchester or at the University of Salford, and will include both 5-day
    courses and half-day sessions on a variety of different topics. Courses
    will be available to students from throughout Britain (fees to be
    announced). A limited amount of student sponsorship will be available from
    the LAGB and BAAL. Details will be announced shortly.

    The first event will take place from 18 March to 22 March 2002, and will
    include the annual NWCL lecture with guest speaker Fritz Newmeyer
    (University of Washington). The training event will be followed by the
    annual Manchester PG conference.

    For further information, contact Diane Blakemore d.blakemore@salford.ac.uk
    or Patrick Honeybone (Assistant Director) honeybop@edgehill.ac.uk
    Visit the NWCL website
    www.art.man.ac.uk/german/nwcl/

    --------------------------------------------------------------------------------
    Call for Particiaption: NORDISK SPRÅKNORMERINGSKONFERANSE

    Høgskolen i Agder/Agder University College Kristiansand
    21.-23. februar 2002

    Krefter og motkrefter i språknormeringa
    Høgskolen i Agder - i samarbeid med Universitetet i Bergen - arrangerer en
    nordisk språknormeringskonferanse i Kristiansand 21.-23. februar 2002.

    Påmeldingsfrist er 1. desember 2001.

    Ytterligere informasjon, samt påmeldingsskjema, finner du på konferansens
    heimeside: http://www.hia.no/hum/nordisk/norm/

    Språknormeringskonferansen 02
    v/Rune Røsstad
    Institutt for nordisk og mediefag
    Høgskolen i Agder
    Serviceboks 422
    N-4604 Kristiansand S.

    E-post: spraknorm@hia.no
    Telefon: +47 38 14 20 60 (Rune Røsstad), +47 38 14 20 76
                                                            (Helge Omdal)
    Telefaks: +47 38 14 10 51

    =======================================================================
    <<<<<< FUTURE EVENTS (Dec. 2001 - June 2002) >>>>>>

    01-12-1.-2 2nd IALIC Annual International Conference, Leeds, UK,
            www: http://www.cf.ac.uk/encap/sections/lac/ialic/conference
    01-12-5.-8 ELA 2001: Early Lexicon Acquisition, Lyon, France
            Contact: Sophie Kern
    01-12-6.-7 FIT 3rd Asian Translators' Forum, Hong Kong
            www: http://www.hkts.org.hk/detail011206.htm
    01-12-6.-8 Going Romance, Amsterdam, The Netherlands
            www: http://home.hum.uva.nl/oz/goingromance
    01-12-6.-8 Workshop on Minority Linguistics, Paulilatino, Sardinia, Italy
            www: http://odur.let.rug.nl/~heeringa/minority
    01-12-7.-9 Student Organization of Linguistics in Europe: ConSole,Leiden,
    The Netherlands
            ww: http://www.leidenuniv.nl/hil/sole/consolex
    01-12-10.-21 Online conference - Neurocognitive Bases of Language
            www: http://www.kcn.ru/tat_en/science/fccl
    01-12-11.-13 IRCS Workshop on Linguistic Databases, Philadelphia, PA
            www: http://www.ldc.upenn.edu/annotation/database
    01-12-12.-14 Perspectives on Aspect, Utrecht, The Netherlands
            Contact: Sergio Baauw
    01-12-12.-14 Language, Brain and Culture: An Interdisciplinary Conference,
            Sydney, Australia
            Contact: Dr. Geoff Williams
    01-12-16.-18 Talking Race and Prejudice, Murdoch, Western Australia
            www: http://wwwmcc.murdoch.edu.au/trap
    01-12-17.-19 13th Amsterdam Colloquium, Amsterdam, The Netherlands
            www: http://www.illc.uva.nl/ac2001
    01-12-17.-21 II International Colloquium on Applied Linguistics, Havana,
    Cuba
            Contact: flex@flex.uh.cu
    01-12-20.-21 Acquisition and Construction of Meaning in Crosslinguistic
            Perspective, Paris, France
            Contact: Claire Martinot
    01-12-27.-30 Modern Language Association of America (MLA), New Orleans, USA
            www: http://www.mla.org/
    02-01-3.-6 Linguistic Society of America Conference, San Francisco, CA
            www: http://www.lsadc.org/
    02-01-3.-6 History of the Language Sciences, San Francisco, CA
            Contact: Michael Mackert
    02-01-3.-6 Translation in Context, Philadelphia, PA
            www: http://www.hfac.uh.edu/transcontext
    02-01-4.-6 GLOW in Asia 2002, Hsinchu, Taiwan
            Contact: Wei-tien Dylan Tsai
    02-01-8.-11 9th International Conference on Austronesian Linguistics,
            Canberra, Australia
            www: http://rspas.anu.edu.au/linguistics/ANConfs
    02-01-10.-12 19th Scandinavian Conference of Linguistics, Tromsø, Norway
            www: http://www.hum.uit.no/arrangementer/19-SCL
    02-01-14.-16 5th International Conference on Oceanic Languages, Canberra,
            Australia
            www: http://rspas.anu.edu.au/linguistics/ANConfs
    02-01-14.-16.1. International Conference on Adpositions of Movement,
            Leuven, Belgium
            www: http://www.ling.arts.kuleuven.ac.be/adpositions
    02-01-17.-19 Grammaticalisations en francais, Paris, France
            Contact: Francoise Muller-Riets
    02-01-25.-28 Winter Conference on Discourse, Text & Cognition, Jackson
            Hole, WY
            www: http://www.uic.edu/depts/psch/cog/wintertext/subm.html
    02-01-31.1.-2.2. 16th Pacific Asia Conference on Language, Information and
    Computation, Jeju Island, South Korea
            www: http://www.paclic.org
    02-02-4.-6 11. Jahrestagung der Gesellschaft für Sprache und Sprachen,
            Bratislava, Slovakia
            www: http://pinguin.philosophie.uni-stuttgart.de/GeSuS
    02-02-9.-10 VAKKI-symposiumi, Vaasa, Finland
            Contact: Mona Enell
    02-02-13.-17 Language Learning is Everybody's Business, Adelaide, Australia
            www: http://wwwehlt.flinders.edu.au/deptlang/conferences/LLIEB
    02-02-16.-18 Interaction of Linguistic Form and Meaning with Human
            Behavior, New York, NY
            Contact: Joseph Davis
    02-02-18.-23 XIII International Meeting of Asociacion de Linguistica y
            Filologia de America Latina, San Jose de Costa Rica
            www: http://www.alfal.org
    02-02-24.-26 Second Language Vocabulary Acquisition Colloquium, Haifa,
            Israel
            www: http://english.haifa.ac.il/conference-batia.htm
    02-02-27-1.3. DGfS Jahrestagung 200,2Mannheim, Germany
            www: http://www.uni-mannheim.de/dgfs2002
    02-02-28-3.3. 2nd International Conference on Specialized Translation,
            Barcelona, Spain
            www: http://www.upf.es/dtf/activitats/2icst/2ctradsp.htm
    02-03-7.-9 Georgetown University Round Table on Language and Linguistics,
            Washington, DC
            Contact: GURT
    02-03-13.-15 Statistical Analysis of Textual Data, St. Malo, France
            www: http://www.irisa.fr/jadt
    02-03-13.-17 Theoretical and Methodical Issues in Machine Translation,
            Keihanna, Japan
            www: http://www.kecl.ntt.co.jp/events/tmi
    02-03-19.-23 Annual Bilingual/Multilingual Education Conference,
            Philadelphia, PA
            www: http://www.nabe.org
    02-03-21.-23 Universaux Sonores / Sound Universals, Nantes, France
            Contact: Virginie Braud
    02-03-21.-23 Conference on English Renaissance Linguistics and Literature,
            Vigo, Spain
            www: http://www.uvigo.es/webs/h04/sederi13
    02-03-22.-23 International Conference on Practical Linguistics of Japanese,
    San Francisco, CA
            Contact: Dr. Masahiko Minami
    02-03-24.-28 CALICO 2002, Davis, CA
            www: http://calico.org/index.html
    02-03-25.-28 29th International LAUD Symposium, Koblenz-Landau, Germany
            Contact: Martin Pütz
    02-03-27.-30 Evolution of Language, Harvard, USA
            www: http://www.ling.ed.ac.uk/evolang2002
    02-03-28.-30 Fourth Conference of New Technologies in Foreing Language
            Teaching (UNTELE 2002), Compiègne, France
            www: http://www.utc.fr/~untele/welcome.html
    02-03-29.-30 Asian-Pacific Workshop on Terminology, Hong Kong
            Contact: Conference secretary
    02-04-4.-6. Sociolinguistics Symposium 14, Ghent, Belgium
            www: http://bank.rug.ac.be/ss14
    02-04-4.-6. Poetics and Linguistics Association (PALA) Annual Conference,
            Birmingham, UK
            www: http://www.english.bham.ac.uk/pala2002
    02-04-6.-8. The British Association for Slavonic and East European Studies
            Conference, Cambridge, UK. Contact: Neil Bermel
    02-04-5.-6. Berkeley Germanics Linguistics Roundtable, Berkeley, CA
            Contact: Irmengard Rauch
    02-04-5.-7. West Coast Conference on Formal Linguistics, Santa Cruz, CA
            www: http://www.humnet.ucla.edu/humnet/linguistics/WCCFL
    02-04-5.-7. ILA Conference: "Bilingualism and Multilingualism,"Toronto,
            Canada
            www: http://www.ilaword.org/ilacall2002.html
    02-04-6.-9. American Association for Applied Linguistics (AAAL),Salt Lake
            City, UT.
            Contact: aaaloffice@aaal.org
    02-04-7.-9. The Meanings of Literary Semantics, Birmingham, UK
            www: http://www.english.bham.ac.uk/ials2002
    02-04-8.-10. Temporal Integration in the Perception of Speech,
    Aix-en- Provence, France
            www: http://www.lpl.univ-aix.fr/~tips
    02-04-9.-13. TESOL Annual Convention, Salt Lake City, UT
            www: http://www.tesol.edu
    02-04-11.-13. First UK Symposium on Hispanic Linguistics, Guilford, UK
            www: http://www.surrey.ac.uk/LIS/Spanish/simposio.html
    02-04-12.-14. 2nd International Gender and Language Association Conference,
            Lancaster, UK
            www: http://www.ling.lancs.ac.uk/groups/gal/igala2.htm
    02-04-12.-14. Language World Conference and Exhibition, York, UK
            www: http://www.languagelearn.co.uk
    02-04-14.-14.4. National Council of Organizations of Less Commonly Taught
            Languages, Arlington, VA
            Contac: Scott McGinnis
    02-04-17.-20. 19th National Conference on Spanish in the United States, Rio
    Pieras, Puerto Rico. Contact: Dr. Luis A. Ortiz
    02-04-18.-20. XX Congreso de AESLA, Jaén, Spain
            www: http://www2.uji.es/aesla/Congreso/jaen.htm
    02-04-19.-21. Linguistic Symposium on the Romance Languages 32, Toronto,
            Canada
            www: http://www.chass.utoronto.ca/lsrl32
    02-04-26.-28. GASLA 2002,Ottawa, Canada
            www: http://aix1.uottawa.ca/~gasla6
    02-04-27.-28. Finno-Ugric Studies Association of Canada, Burnaby, BC,
            Canada
            www: http://vpacademic.yorku.ca/fusac
    02-04-27.-29. 2nd North American Phonology Conference, Montreal, Canada
            www: http://modlang-hale.concordia.ca/naphc.html
    02-04-28.-3.05. Annual Convention of the International Reading Association,
            San Francisco, CA
            www: http://www.ira.org/2002/
    02-05-1.-4 Networked Learning in Global Environments, Berlin, Germany
            www: http://www.icsc-naiso.org/conferences/nl2002
    02-05-2.-4 11th International Symposium on Lexicography, Copenhagen,
            Denmark
            Contact: Jens E. Mogensen
    02-05-2.-5. Northeast Conference on the Teaching of Foreign Languages, New
            York, NY
            www: http://www.dickinson.edu/nectfl
    02-05-3.-5 2nd International Conference on Contrast in Phonology, Toronto,
            Canada
            www: http://www.chass.utoronto.ca/~contrast
    02-05-3.-5 Formal Approaches to Slavic Linguistics 11, Amherst, MA
            www: http://www.umass.edu/linguist/FASL11/FASL11.html
    02-05-3.-6 5th Colloquium on Lexicology, Tunis, Tunisia
            Contact: Ibrahim Ben Mrad
    02-05-8.-11 Brave New Worlds: Translation and the New Economy, Dublin,
            Ireland
            Contact: translation.conference@dcu.ie
    02-05-10.-12 New Developments in Linguistic Pragmatics, Lodz, Poland
            Contact: Piotr Cap
    02-05-14.-15 International Conference on Foreign Language Studies,
            Serdang, Malaysia
            www: http://www.fbm.upm.edu.my/~coflas/
    02-05-15.-18 Colloquium on "Text and Economics, "Antwerp, Belgium
            www: http://www.tew.ua.ac.be/text&economics.htm
    02-05-16.-18 First International Symposium on Lexicography, Baarcelona,
            Spain
            www: http://www.iula.upf.es/slex1ca.htm
    02-05-17.-19 Annual North American Conference on Chinese Linguistics,
            Tucson. AZ
            www: http://w3.arizona.edu/~eas/naccl
    02-05-18.-19 The Japan Second Language Association Annual Meeting, Kyoto,
            Japan
            www: http://www.kuwana.ne.jp/hidekiy/J-SLA/Index_Japanese.htm
    02-05-17.-21 International Conference on Conversation Analysis (ICCA- 02),
            Copenhagen, Denmark
            www: http://www.conversation-analysis.net/conf2002
    02-05-20.-23 Tree Adjoining Grammars and Related Frameworks, Venice, Italy
            www: http://www.ircs.upenn.edu/tag
    02-05-21.-24 International Linguistics Conference: Reviewing Linguistic
            Thought, Athens, Greece
            www: http://www.uoa.gr/english/Conferences.htm
    02-05-23.-25 Business Communication across Contexts, Cultures and
            Continents, Aarhus, Denmark
            www: http://www.sprog.asb.dk/abc/
    02-05-23.-25 Colloque de didactique du Francais, Liège, Belgium
            www: http://www.ulg.ac.be/islvfr/Francais/fr_7_cadres.htm
    02-05-24.-26 Syntax, Semantics and Acquisition of Aspect, Iowa City, IA
            Contact: Dr. Roumyana Slabakova
    02-05-26.-29 Canadian Association of Applied Linguistics 2002 Conference,
            Toronto, Canada
            www: http://www.aclacaal.org/callpapers.html
    02-05-29.-31 Language Resources and Evaluation, Las Palmas, Canary Islands
            www: http://www.lrec-conf.org
    02-05-30. -1.6. 6th International Conference on Cognitive and Neural
            Systems, Boston, MA
            www: http://www.cns.bu.edu/meetings/
    02-05-30 -1.6. Jahrestagung des Fachverbands Deutsch als Fremdsprache,
            München, Germany
            www: http://www.fadaf.de
    02-05-31 Anéla (Dutch Association of Applied Linguistics) Voorjaarstudiedag
    , Utrecht, The Netherlands
            www: http://www.anela.nl/studiedag.html
    02-06-1.-6 EuroConference on the Syntax of Normal and Impaired Language,
            Corinth, Greece
             www: http://www.esf.org/euresco/02/hc02183
    02-06-4.-6 VI Nordisches Germanistentreffen, Jyväskylä, Finland
            www: http://www.jyu.fi/tdk/hum/saksa/Konferenz.html
    02-06-5.-8 Gesture - The Living Medium, Austin, TX
            www: http://www.utexas.edu/coc/speech/gesture
    02-06-6.-8 18th Conference of Baltic Studies - Linguistics Division ,
            Baltimore, MD
            Contact: Steven Young
    02-06-13.-15 Pluralité des langues et des supports dans la construction,
    Lyon, France et la transmission des connaissances
            www: http://www.ens-lsh.fr/labo/plurapp
    02-06-14.-15 6. Grazer Tagung Deutsch as Fremd-/Zweitsprache, Graz, Austria
            www: http://www-gewi.kfunigraz.ac.at/uldaf
    02-06-17.-21 Multi-Modal Dialogue in Mobile Environments Kloster Irsee,
            Germany
            www: http://www.sigmedia.org/ids02/
    02-06-19.-21 5th Chronos Colloquium on Tense, Aspect and Modality,
            Groningen, The Netherlands
            www: http://odur.let.rug.nl/~dejonge/invest/chronos
    02-06-20.-22 11th Caucasian Colloquium, Moscow, Russia
            Contact: kibrik@philol.msu.ru
    02-06-23.-26 PorTAL - Portugal for Natural Language Processing, Faro,
            Portugal
            www: http://label.ist.utl.pt/portal
    02-06-24.-26 Setting the Agenda: Languages, Linguistics and Area Studies in
            Higher Education, Manchester, UK
             www: http://www.cilt.org.uk/cpd/HE2002.htm
    02-06-24.-27 9th Annual Conference on Natural Language Processing (TALN
            2002), Nancy, France
            www: http://www.loria.fr/projets/TALN
    02-06-24.-29 ED-MEDIA 2002, Denver, Colorado
            www: http://www.aace.org/conf/edmedia/
    02-06-25.-28 5th Conference of the International Association for the Study
    of Argumentation, Amsterdam. The Netherlands
            www: http://www.hum.uva.nl/issa
    02-06-25.-29 2nd International Knowledge and Discourse Conference, Hong
            Kong
            www: http://ec.hku.hk/kd2
    02-06-27.-28 Conference on English Phonology, Toulouse, France
            http://www.edgehill.ac.uk/acadepts/humarts/english/toulouse.htm
    02-06-27.-30 12th Annual Meeting of the Society for Text and Discourse,
            Chicago, IL
            www: http://www.psyc.memphis.edu/ST&D/ST&D.htm
    02-06-27.-30 8th Conference on Laboratory Phonology, New Haven, CT
            www: http://www.ling.yale.edu/labphon8

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