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From: GALLUA::ELJACOBOWITZ "ASL is my lifelong love" 5-JAN-1998 17:13:58.10
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Subj: Linguistic Conference - please share this with everyone!
Subj: TISLR 98- Call for Papers
SIXTH INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE ON THEORETICAL ISSUES IN SIGN LANGUAGE RESEARCH
TISLR 98 CALL FOR PAPERS
Abstracts are invited for the TISLR 98 conference to be held November 12-15 at Gallaudet University in Washington, D.C. The conference is co-sponsored by the Department of ASL, Linguistics, and Interpreation, the School of Communication, and the College of Continuing Education. All meetings will take place in the Gallaudet University Kellogg Conference Center (GUKCC). Submissions are invited on any aspect of research and theory about sign language including linguistic structure, language acquisition, language contact and bilingualism, variation, discourse analysis, poetics and metaphor, psycholinguistic and neuropsychological processing, language assessment, gesture/sign relations, research methodology (including transcription and coding systems, and computer- based data management and networking), and language attitudes.
COMMUNICATIONS ABOUT THE CONFERENCE INCLUDING REGISTRATION INFORMATION, LODGING INFORMATION, AND PROGRAM INFORMATION WILL BE HANDLED VIA THE CONFERENCE WEBSITE. THE WEBSITE ADDRESS IS: http://www.gallaudet.edu/~aslweb/tislr98/
Questions specifically concerning the program can be sent to: email@example.com
* The conference formally opens Thursday evening, Nov. 12. A pre-conference workshop to be held Thursday afternoon (2-5 pm) will provide an introduction to basic linguistic concepts, linguistic terminology, and the linguistic structure of sign languages. This workshop is designed for people with no previous exposure to linguistics, to enhance their participation in the conference.
*The two official languages of the conference are American Sign language (ASL) and English.
* Presentation modes will be 40-minute papers, special interest workshops, research symposia, and posters.
* Research symposia will be 2 hours and will consist of 3 30-minute papers on a given topic followed by a 30-minute general discussion involving the audience. Organizers of a symposium should submit a 150-word abstract summarizing the topics and goals of the symposium along with a 250-word abstract for each research paper.
* Forty-minute papers will be 30 minutes of presentation and 10 minutes of discussion. Poster sessions will be 2 hours long.
*Paper and poster authors should submit a 250-word abstract.
* Workshop sessions will be 90 minutes and geared toward a special interest topic. Workshop organizers should submit a 250-word abstract stating the workshop topic, goals, intended audience, and method (e.g. discussion, hands-on etc.).
* Submissions will be accepted by mail or email; no fax submissions will be accepted. Because submissions will be considered anonymously, each submission must begin with the author and address information separate from the abstract. If submitting by email, please adhere to the following format:
Title of presentation:
Author(s) and affiliation(s):
Telephone and fax numbers:
(3 blank lines)
Title of presentation
Presentation mode (symposium, 40-minute paper, workshop, poster)
Send email submissions to: firstname.lastname@example.org edu
If submitting by regular mail, please include the first block (title/author/address information) on a separate cover sheet and the second block (title, research area and presentation mode) on the abstract itself. For each submission, mail 5 copies of the title and abstract and 1 copy of the cover sheet to:
Dr. Mike kemp, Department Chair
TISLR 98 Abstracts
Department of ASL, Linguistics, and Interpretation
800 Florida Ave. NE
Washington, D.C. 20002- USA
ALL SUBMISSIONS MUST BE RECEIVED BY FRIDAY APRIL 17 1998
The program will be announced by June 30 1998.
To assist the interpreters in preparing for your presentation and thereby ensuring the quality of the presentations, drafts of accepted papers must be submitted by OCTOBER 1 1998.
Scott Liddell- Co-chair Mike Kemp
Ceil Lucas- Co-chair Lynn Jacobowitz
Anne Marie Baer Sue Mather
Ben Bahan Melanie Metzger
Steven Collins Mary Rose
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