Corpus Linguistics 2005 conference (UK)
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Subject: [Elsnet-list] CORPUS LINGUISTICS 2005: Call for Papers


CALL FOR PAPERS

Deadline: January 14th, 2005

Corpus Linguistics 2005

Birmingham, July 15th-17th
www.corpus.bham.ac.uk/conference

Organisers: University of Birmingham and University of Lancaster

The organisers invite the submission of abstracts for the conference
Corpus Linguistics 2005, to be held at the University of Birmingham
15-17 July 2005.

This is the third biennial conference in the Corpus Linguistics series
but the first to be held at the University of Birmingham. It follows on
from the successful predecessors held at the University of Lancaster in
2001 and 2003.

We invite papers on corpus-based/corpus-driven research including, but
not limited, to the following areas:

- Phraseology
- Critical Discourse Analysis
- Translation
- Pedagogical applications of corpora
- Corpora, dictionaries and grammar
- Corpus compilation
- Software development

Proposals can be made for single papers or for themed colloquia.
A detailed abstract should be sent in electronic form to
Pernilla Danielsson by January 14th , 2005. Please use the attached
cover form for your submissions. The form can also be downloaded
from our website
(www.corpus.bham.ac.uk/conference/cover-sheet.doc).
Abstracts for papers should not exceed 300 words; colloquium abstracts
should include the names of the proposed speakers and not exceed
500 words.

Authors will be notified whether their papers/colloquia are
accepted by April 8th, 2005. The timeslot given for paper
presentations is 30 minutes (including 10 minutes for
discussion), and for colloquia 90 minutes.

Thursday July 14th, will be devoted to pre-conference workshops,
for which a separate call for proposals was sent out earlier.

The proposals will be reviewed by the following organising and
programme committees:
The Organising Committee:
Susan Hunston, Birmingham
Pernilla Danielsson, Birmingham
Tony McEnery, Lancaster
Paul Rayson, Lancaster

The Programme Committee
Karin Aijmer, Göteborg,
Michael Barlow, New Zeeland
Silvia Bernardini, FORLI
Marina Bondi, Modena
Tomaz Erjavec, Ljubljana
Ruta Marcinkeviciene, Kaunas
Rosamund Moon, Birmingham
Daniel Ridings, Oslo
John Sinclair, Firenze
Wolfgang Teubert, Birmingham
Martin Wynne, Oxford


TIMEPLAN
Call for workshop proposals, deadline December 3rd, 2004
Call for papers and colloquia, deadline January 14th, 2005
Notification of acceptance for workshop January 14th, 2005
Notification of acceptance workshop/papers/colloquia April 8th, 2005
Call for posters, deadline April 29th, 2005
Early-bird registration deadline May 13th, 2005
Deadline for submitting the full-length paper July 1st, 2005
THE WORKSHOPS July 14th, 2005
THE CONFERENCE July 15th - July 17th 2005

--
Dr Pernilla Danielsson
Academic Director
Centre for Corpus Research
Department of English/School of Humanities
Edgbaston
Birmingham B15 2TT
United Kingdom

Tel: +44 (0)121 414 56 88
Fax: +44 (0)121 414 60 53


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Don't post e-mail addresses Oct 12, 2004

Thanks for posting the announcement - but I would strongly recommend to remove the e-mail addresses shown. This is an open invitation to spammers...

Best regards, Ralf


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OK, done. thanks for the comment.

Jeff

Ralf Lemster wrote:
Thanks for posting the announcement - but I would strongly recommend to remove the e-mail addresses shown. This is an open invitation to spammers...
Best regards, Ralf


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