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									                                 Forthcoming Conferences
                                                       2006

April

18-21. General Linguistics, 7th (CLG7). Barcelona, Spain. (Contact: clg7@ub.edu;
http://www.ub.ed/ling/clg7.)

19-22. Kentucky Foreign Language Conference (KFLC). Lexington, KY. (Contact: bosch@uky.edu;
http://www.uky.edu/as/kflc.)

20-21. Inference in Computational Semantics (ICoS-5). Buxton, England, UK. (Contact: jbos@inf.ed.ac.uk;
http://www.cs.man.ac.uk/~ipratt/ICoS-5/.)

20-22. Bantu Grammar: Description & Theory. London, UK. (Contact: Lutz Marten, Dept Afr, SOAS,
Thornhaugh St, Russell Sq, London WC1H 0XG, UK; BantuConference@soas.ac.uk;
http://mercury.soas.ac.uk/users/lm5/BantuConference.htm.)

20-22. Generative Grammar, 16th (16 CGG). Madrid, Spain. (Contact: uam16cgg@gmail.com;
http://www.uam.es/16cgg.)

20-22. Workshop on American Indigenous Languages, 8th (WAIL). Santa Barbara, CA. (Contact: 805-893-
3776; wail@linguistics.ucsb.edu; http://www.linguistics.ucsb.edu/events/.)

20-22. Slovene Phonetic Conference (SloFon 1). Ljubljana, Slovenia. (Contact: SloFon1, ZRC SAZU, Inst
Slovene Jezik Frana Ramova, novi trg 2, P.p. 306, SI-1001 Ljubljana, Slovenia; slofon@zrc.sasu.si;
http://slofon.zrc-sazu.si.)

20-23. History of English Dialects. Poznan, Poland. (Contact: dradek@ifa.amu.edu.pl;
http://elex.amu.edu.pl/ifa/plm/dialects.html.)

20-23. Poznan Linguistic Meeting, 37th (PLM2006). Poznan, Poland. (Contact: PLM2006 Org Cte, Sch Engl,
Adam Mickiewicz U, Collegium Novum, al. Niepodleglosci 4, 61-874 Poznan, Poland; 48-61-829-3506; fax: 48-61-
852-3101; plm@ifa.amu.edu.pl; http://elex.amu.edu.pl/ifa/plm/.)

21-22. Cambridge Italian Dialect Syntax Meeting (CIDSM). Cambridge, UK. (Contract: rd325@cam.ac.uk;
http://www.mml.cam.ac.uk/italian/.)

21-23. Coloquio Francisco Belmar: Las Lenguas Otomangues & Oaxaqueñas ante el Siglo XXI (Coloquio
Belmar). Oaxaca, Oax, Mexico. (Contact: contacto@coloquiobelmar.org; http://www.coloquiobelmar.org.)

21-23. How People Talk to Computers, Robots, & Other Artificial Communication Partners. Delmenhorst
(Bremen), Germany. (Contact: kerstinf@uni-bremen.de; http://www.sfbtr8.uni-bremen.de/HRIworkshop/.)

21-23. Malay/Indonesian Linguistics, 10th (ISMIL 10). Newark, DE. (Contact: uri@cbn.net.id;
http://email.eva.mpg.de/~gil/ismil/.)

22-23. English Instruction & Assessment. (Contact: admada@ccu.edu.tw;
http://www.ccunix.ccu.edu.tw/~fllcccu/.)

22-23. Harvard Undergraduate Linguistics Colloquium, 4th. Cambridge, MA. (Contact: LinG Colloq, c/o
Bridget Samuels, 352 Harvard St #1E, Cambridge, MA 02138; bdsamuel@fas.harvard.edu;
http://www.hcs.harvard.edu/~ling.)

24-26. MIDP Symposium on Multilingualism & Exclusion. Bloemfontein, Rep S Africa. (Contact: Nikiwe
Matebula, Unit Lang Facil & Empwrmnt, U Free State, PO Box 339, Bloemfontein 9300, Rep S Africa; 2751-401-
2405; fax: 2751-448-3976; matebulanp.hum@mail.uovs.ac.za; http://www.etfb.org.za.)

24-26.   Studies in English. Istanbul, Turkey. (Contact: isil@boun.edu.tr; http://www.idea.boun.edu.tr.)
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26-28. Young Linguists Association/Asociación de Jóvenes Linguistas, 21st (YLA-AJL). Logroño (La Rioja),
Spain. Abstract deadline: 1 April 2006. (Contact ajl2006@gmail.com; http://www.joveneslinguistas.org.)

27-29. International Society for Language Studies (ISLS). Singapore. Theme: Making Connections:
Language Studies & International Contexts. (Contact: lps@bc.edu; http://isls-inc.org.)

27-29. Tonal Aspects of Languages, 2nd (TAL2006). La Rochelle, France. (Contact: tal2006fr@gmail.com;
http://tal2006.free.fr.)

27-29. Typology of Afroasiatic Languages (TAL). Boulder, CO. (Contact: Zygmunt Frajzyngier, Dept Ling,
Box 295, U CO, Boulder, CO 80309; zygmunt.frajzyngier@colorado.edu.)

27-30. Generative Approaches to Second Language Acquisition (GASLA). Banff, AB, Canada. (Contact:
gasla@ucalgary.ca; http://www.ss.ucalgary.ca/JArchibald/GASLA.html.)

28.     English Language Education 2006. Kaohsiung County, Taiwan. (Contact: telan@center.fjtc.edu.tw.)

28.     Hispanic & Luso-Brazilian Literatures, Linguistics, & Cultures, 9th. Columbus, OH. (Contact:
gonzalez-perez.1@osu.edu.)

28-30. Germanic Linguistics, 12th (GLAC-12). Urbana, IL. (Contact: schwink@uiuc.edu;
http://www.conferences.uiuc.edu/conferences/conference.asp?ID=378.)

28-30. National Council of Less Commonly Taught Languages, 9th (NCOLCTL). Madison, WI. Theme:
Expanding the LCTL Capacities in the United States. (Contact: NCOLCTL, 4231 Hum Bldg, 455 N Park St, U WI,
Madison, WI 53706; 608-265-7903; fax: 608-265-7904; ncolctl@mailplus.wisc.edu.)

28-30. West Coast Conference on Linguistics, 25th (WCCFL). Seattle, WA. (Contact:
wccfl25@u.washington.edu; http://depts.washington.edu/lingweb/events/wccfl25.)

May

1-5.   Audiovisual Translation Scenarios (MuTra 2006). Copenhagen, Denmark. (Contact:
info@euroconferences.info; http://www.euroconferences.info.)

2-5.    The ELT Profession: Challenges & Prospects, 2nd. Famagusta, N Cyprus. (Contact: Suleyman D
Goker, Dept Engl Lang Tchng, Fac Ed, E Mediterranean U, Famagusta, Turkish Rep N Cyprus, Mersin-10, Turkey;
90-392-630-2400; fax: 90-392-630-2542; suleyman.goker@emu.edu.tr; http://elt2006.emu.edu.tr.)

2-5.     Speech Prosody 2006. Dresden, Germany. (Contact: sp2006@ias.et.tu-dresden.de; http://www.ias.et.tu-
dresden.de/sp2006/.)

3-5.     Computers & Philosophy (i-C&P 2006). Laval, France. (Contact: Colin Schmidt, Computers & Phil
Conf, Compu Sci Lab, LIUM CNRS FRE 2730, Le Mans U, France; 33-2-43-59-49-25; colin.schmidt@univ-
lemans.fr; http://www-lium.univ-lemans.fr/~schmidt/.)

3-5.     Modern Applied Languages (Jornadas IULMA). Alicante, Spain. (Contact: fini.perez@ua.es;
http://www.iulma.es/jornadas/index.html.)

4-6.     Academic Voices in Contrast. Bergen, Norway. (Contact: kjersti.flottum@roman.uib.no;
http://ww.kongress.no/academicvoices2006.)

4-7.    Language Acquisition & Bilingualism: Consequences for a Multilingual Society. (Contact:
labconf@yorku.ca; http://www.psych.yorku.ca/labconference.)

4-7.     Medieval Studies, 41st. Kalamazoo, MI. (Contact: mpierc@umich.edu;
http://www.wmich.edu/medieval/congress/41cfp/index.html.)

4-7.     Otherness & Othering: The Hybridization of English Mythology & Identity. Kalamazoo, MI.
(Contact: wendy.hoofnagle@uconn.edu.)
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5-6.      The Hungarian Language: Past & Present. Los Angeles, CA. (Contact: kracht@humnet.ucla.edu;
http://kracht.humnet.ucla.edu/hun06/index.html.)

5-7.     Wakashan Linguistics. Victoria, BC, Canada. (Contact: werle@uvic.ca.)

8-10.    Languages & Business. Duesseldorf, Germany. (Contact: info@sprachen-beruf.com;
http://www.sprachen-beruf.com.)

8-11.    Spanish Philology. Oviedo, Asturias, Spain. Theme: Young Researchers ‘Methodological Guidances’.
(Contact: congresojovenes@gmail.com.)

10-14. Conversation Analysis (ICCA-06). Helsinki, Finland. (Contact: eveliina.korpela@helsinki.fi;
http://www.helsinki.fi/hum/skl/icca/.)

11-14. New Developments in Linguistic Pragmatics, 3rd. Lodz, Poland. (Contact: Dr Hab Piotr Cap, Dept
Prag, U Lodz, Al Kozciuszki 65, 90-514 Lodz, Poland, 48-42-665-5220; strus_pl@yahoo.com.)

12-13.   Language & Identity. Almaty, Kazakhstan. (Contact: zhuldyz@kimep.kz.)

12-14. Formal Approaches to Slavic Linguistics, 15th (FASL-15). Toronto, ON, Canada. (Contact: FASL-15,
c/o Magdalena Goledzinowska, Dept Ling, U Toronto, 130 St. George St, Rm 6076, Toronto, ON M5S 3H1,
Canada; fasl15@chass.utoronto.ca; http://www.chass.utoronto.ca/fasl15/.)

12-14. Language, Diversity, & Integration in the Enlarged EU: Challenges & Opportunities. Kaunas,
Lithuania. (Contact: i.savickiene@pmdi.vdu.lt; http://www.vdu.lt/LTcourses/?pg=112&lang=2&menu_id=57.)

12-14. North American Phonology Conference, 4th (NAPhC4). Montreal, Que, Canada. (Contact:
hale1@modlang-hale.concordia.ca; http://linguistics.concordia.ca/naphc4.html.)

15-19. Description Linguistique pour le Traitement Automatique de Français (DLTAF). Montreal, Quebec,
Canada. (Contact: dister@tedm.ucl.ac.be; http://igm.univ-mlv.fr/~mconstan/events/appel_acfas06.html.)

17-19. Language & Identity in the Finno-Ugric World. Groningen, Netherlands. (Contact: Dept Finno-Ugric
Langs & Culs, U Groningen, PO Box 716, 9700 AS Groningen, Netherlands; fax: 31-50-363-5821;
c.t.hasselblatt@rug.nl.)

17-19.   Language & Law. Duesseldorf, Germany. (Contact: http://phil-fak.uni-duesseldorf.de/langlaw/.)

17-20. Round Tables for the Semiotics of Law, 5th (IRSL2006). Boulogne-sur-Mer, France. Theme: Law,
Tolerance, & Diversity. (Contact: Catherine Wadoux, 34 Grande Rue, BP 751, 62321 Boulogne-sur-Mer Cedex,
France; 3-21-99-4300; fax: 3-21-99-4391; IRSL2006@univ-littoral.fr.)

18-20. Foreign/Second Language Acquisition, 18th (ICFSLA 18). Szczyrk, Poland. (Contact: Inst Engl, U
Silesia, 41-205 Sosnowiec, Poland; 48-32-291-74-17; szczyrkconference@op.pl;
http://uranos.cto.us.edu.pl/~icfsla/.)

18-20. InterPhases. Nicosia, Cyprus. (Contact: kleanthi@ucy.ac.cy;
http://www.punksinscience.org/kleanthes/InterPhases.)

18-20. The Language of Communication Mediated by Information & Communication Technology.
Bordeaux, France. (Contact: J Gerbault, Colloque CMT, TELANCO, UFR de Let, U Michel de Montaigne
Bordeaux 3, 33607 Pessac Cedex, France; fax: 33-5-57-12-45-29; CMT2006@u-bordeaux3.fr; http://www.u-
bordeau3.fr/fle_2003/CMT2006/index.htm.)

19-20. Syntactic Freezes (Idioms 2006). Joensuu, Finland. Theme: Collocations & Idioms. (Contact:
idioms2006@joensuu.fi; http://cc.joensuu.fi/linguistics/idioms2006/.)

19-21. Language, Culture, & Technologies. Kaunas, Lithuania. (Contact: ruta.veteryte@ktu.lt;
http://www.ktu.lt/en/conf2006.html.)


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20.      Western Washington University Undergraduate Conference, 2nd (WWUUCL II). Bellingham, WA.
(Contact: linguisticsclubwwu@gmail.com; http://www.linguistics.wwu.edu.)

20-21. Japan Second Language Association, 6th (J-SLA2006). Tokyo, Japan. (Contact:
swkbys37@tamacc.chuo-u.ac.jp; http://www.intsurf.ne.jp/~ykt.)

20-21. Midwest Computational Linguistics Colloquium, 3rd (MCLC-2006). Urbana, IL. (Contact:
mclc06@cs.uiuc.edu; http://l2r.cs.uiuc.edu/~cogcomp/mclc/.)

22-24. Altaic in Formal Linguistics, 3rd (WAFL3). Moscow, Russia. Contact: mail@wafl3.org.ru;
http://wafl3.org.ru.)

22-28. Language Resources & Evaluation, 5th (LREC 2006). Genoa, Italy. (Contact: mazo@elda.org;
http://www.lrec-conf.org.)

24-26. Nordic Conference for English Studies, 10th. Bergen, Norway. (Contct: Engl Dept. U Bergen,
Sydnesplassen 7, Bergen 5007, Norway; Charles.armstrong@eng.uib.no; http://www.=naes.uib.no/.)

25-27. Manchester Phonology Meeting, 14th (14mfm). Manchester, UK. (Contact:
patrick.honeybone@ed.ac.uk; http://www.englang.ed.ac.uk/mfm/14mfm.html.)

25-27.   Multimodality, 3rd. Pavia, Italy. (Contact: abaldry@multimodality.it; http://www.multimodality.it.)

25-28. Morphology Meeting, 12th (12th IMM). Budapest, Hungary. (Contact: morphbp@nytud.hu;
http://www.nytud.hu/conf/mm12/.)

25-29. International Association of Chinese Linguistics, 14th. Taipei, Taiwan. (Contact:
gh0301@gate.sinica.edu.tw; http://iacl-iscll.ling.sinica.edu.tw/.)

26-28. Generative Grammatik des Südens (GGS). Stuttgart, Germany. (Contact: ggs@ifla.uni-stuttgart.de;
http://ifla.uni-stuttgart.de/~tom/ggs/index.shtml.)

27.     UK Postgraduate Conference in Cognitive Linguistics (PGCCL). Brighton, UK. (Contact: Anu
Koskela, Dept. Ling & Engl Lang, Ctr Res Cogn Sci, U Sussex, Falmer, Brighton BN1 9QN, UK;
amk21@sussex.ac.uk.)

28.      Language Resources for Translation Work, Research, & Training, 3rd (LR4Trans-III). Genoa, Italy.
(Contact: yuste@ifi.unizh.ch; http://www.ifi.unizh.ch/cl/yuste/LR4Trans-III/indexhtml.)

29-30. Finno-Ugric Studies Association of Canada, 15th. Toronto, ON, Canada. (Contact: Zita McRobbie-Utasi,
Conf Org Cte, FUSAC, Dept Ling, Simon Fraser U, 8888 University Dr, Burnaby, BC V5A 1S6, Canada; fax: 604-
291-5659; mcrobbie@sfu.ca.)

29-31. Central European Student Conference in Linguistics (CESCL). Budapest, Hungary. (Contact:
cescl@nytud.hu/cescl.)

31 May – 3 June. Clinical Phonetics & Linguistics Association, 11th (ICPLA11). Dubrovnik, Croatia.
(Contact: vesna.mildner@ffzg.hr; http://icpla.ffzg.hr.)

June

1-2.     (Mé-) Faits de Langue & Effets d’Identité. Montpellier, France. (Contact: guedjd@yahoo.fr.)

1-2.     Quantitative Investigations in Theoretical Linguistics 2 (QITL-2). Osnabruck, Germany. (Contact:
stefan.evert@uos.de; http://www.cogsci.uos.de/~qitl./)

1-3.     Acquisition of Spanish as a First & Second Language. Rosario, Santa Fe, Argentina. (Contact:
jornadasadquesp@yahoo.com.ar.)

1-3.     INTEX/NooJ Workshop, 9th. Belgrade, Serbia & Montenegro. (Contact: max.silberztein@univ-
fcomte.fr; http://nooj.matf.bg.ac.yu.)
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2-3.    Gypsy Lore Society. Tucson, AZ. Abstract deadline: 30 April 2006. (Contact: Matt T Salo, 5607
Greenleaf Rd, Cheverly, MD 20785; 301-341-1261; MTSalo1@excite.com.)

2-4.     Syntax & Semantics of Spatial P. Utrecht, Netherlands. (Contact: berit.gehrke@let.uu.nl;
http://www.let.uu.nl/~Berit.Gehrke/personal/Pconference.)

3.        Computational Linguistics Tools To Assist the Writer (ATALA). Contact: aurelien.max@limsi.fr;
http://perso.limsi.fr/amax/recherche/atala06/atala06.en.html.)

3-4.    Canadian Immersion Education & Bilingual Education in China. Shanghai, PRC. Abstract deadline:
31 March 2006. (Contact: Cao Yongheng, For Langs Sch, Shanghai Jiao Tong U, 200240, PRC;
yliming@online.sh.cn.)

5-6.    Arabic Language Processing (JETALA). Rabat, Morocco. Abstract deadline: 15 April 2006. (Contact:
atourabi@hotmail.cm; http://www.iera.ac.ma.)

5-6.   Logic & Engineering of Natural Language Semantics 2006 (LENS 2006). Tokyo, Japan. (Contact:
mccready@lang.osaka-u.ac.jp; http://www.lang.osaka-u.ac.jp/~ogata/LENLS2006.html.)

5-7.     Pragmatics in the C[hinese,]J[apnese,]K[orean] Classroom: The State of the Art. Honolulu, HI.
(Contact: nrcea@hawaii.edu; http://www.hawaii.edu/nrcea/CJKCallforPapers.htm.)

5-8.     Canadian French. Kingston, ON, Canada. (Contact: mt11@post.queensu.ca.)

6-9.    FRAMES: A Colloquium in Linguistics, Philosophy, & Economics. Bologna, Italy. (Contact:
frames06@cilta.unibo.it; http://www.cilta.unibo.it/frames06.)

7-9.     Les Linguistiques du Detachement (Lingdet). Nancy, France. (Contact: lingdet@atilf.fr;
http://www.atilf.fr/atilf/evenement/Colloques/LingDet2006/LingDet2006.htm.)

7-10.   Speech Motor Control, 5th (SMC). Nijmegen, Netherlands. (Contact: infor@slp-nijmegen.nl; infor@slp-
nijmegen.nl/smc2006/.)

8-9.     Language Issues in English-Medium Universities across Asia. Hong Kong, China. (Contact:
scarletws@hku.hk; http://www.hku.hk/clear/conference.html.)

8-10.    The Architecture of Language: From Cognitive Modeling to Brain Mapping & Back (ArchLang
2006). Pisa, Italy. (Contact: v.bambini@sns.it; http://alphalinguistica.sns.it/ArchLang/index.htm.)

8-10.  Communication & Information Structure in Spoken Arabic. College Park, MD. (Contact:
jowens@casl.umd.edu; http://register.casl.umd.edu/arabicconference/.)

8-10.    Diachronic Generative Syntax, 9th (DiGS 9). Trieste, Italy. (Contact: digs9@units.it;
http://www.units.it/~digs9.)

8-10.    Explicit & Implicit Information in Text: Information Structure across Languages. Oslo, Norway.
(Contact: m.f.krave@ilos.uio.no; http://www.hf.uio.no/forskningsprosjekter/sprik/english/activities/index.html.)

8-10.    Universality & Particularity in Parts-of-Speech Systems (PoS2006). Amsterdam, Netherlands.
(Contact: PoS Cte, c/o Gerdien Kerssies, Dept Ling, U Amsterdam, Spuistraat 210, 1012 VT Amsterdam,
Netherlands; pos-fgw@uva.nl; http://home.hum.uva.nl/pos.)

9-10.    Revisiting Advanced Varieties in L2 Learning. Birmingham, UK. (Contact: e.labeau@aston.ac.uk.)

9-13.    Cognitive Science, 2nd (Cogsci06). St. Petersburg, Russia. (Contact: cogsci06@cs.msu.su;
http://www.cogsci.ru/cogsci06/.)

10-11. Japanese Society for Language Sciences, 8th (JSLS2006). Tokyo, Japan. (Contact: kei@aya.yale.edu;
http://www.cyber.sccs.chukyo-u.ac.jp/JSLS/JSLS2006.)

10-11.   Language Disorders in Greek. Patras, Greece. (Contact: grdis@teipat.gr.)
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12-14. Interpreting for Relevance: Discourse & Translation. Kazimierz Dolny, Poland. (Contact:
ewawalaszewska@aster.pl; http://venus.ci.uw.edu.pl/~ifrc.)

13-15. Rencontres de Semantique et Pragmatique, 4th (RSP4). Orleans, France. Theme: The Place of Meaning
in Linguistics. (Contact: rsp@univ-orleans.fr.)

13-16. A Comparative Study on Language Learning Strategies among Iranian Teachers & Students.
Isfahan, Iran. (Contact: zareigr@cc.iut.ac.ir.)

15-17.   BIDE (Bilboa-Duesto) Student Conference in Linguistics (BIDE’06). (Contact: bide@fil.deusto.es.)

15-17. Discourse & Document (ISDD 06). Caen, France. (Contact: discours2006@info.unicaen.fr;
http://discours2006.info.unicaen.fr/.)

15-17. Economics & Language. Madrid, Spain. Abstract deadline: 17 April 2006. (Contact: jpzb@fsof.uned.es;
http://www.urrutiaelejalde.org/.)

15-17. Milan Meeting (MM06). Gargnano, Italy. Abstract deadline: 30 April 2006. (Contact:
alessandro.zucchi@unimi.it; http://filosofia.dipafilo.unimi.it/~zucchi/MM2006.html.)

15-17. Names in the Economy & in Economic History: Synchronic & Diachronic Perspectives. Antwerp,
Belgium. (Contact: Kremer41@aol.com; http://www.ua.ac.be/tew.nmes.)

15-17. Temporal Representation & Reasoning (TIME 2006). Budapest, Hungary. (Contact:
jamesp@cs.brandeis.edu; http://time2006.org.)

17-18. Theoretical Morphology (WOTM). Leipzig, Germany. Abstract deadline: 15 April 2006. (Contact:
jtrommer@uos.de; http://www.uni-leipzig.de/~jtrommer/wotm.html.)

17-20. American Association for Applied Linguistics/Association Canadienne de Linguistique
Appliquée/Canadian Association of Applied Linguistics (AAAL/ACLA/CAAL). Montreal, PQ, Canada.
(Contact: AAAL, 3416 Primm Ln, Birmingham, AL 35216; 205-824-7700; toll free: 866-821-7700; fax: 205-823-
2760; aaal@primemanagement.net.)

19-20.   EAMT Conference, 11th. Oslo, Norway. (Contact: j.t.lonning@iln.uio.no; http://eamt.emmtee.net.)

19-21. TC-STAR Workshop on Speech-to-Speech Translation. Barcelona, Spain. (Contact: mazo@elda.org;
http://www.elda.org/tcstar-workshop.)

19-22. Languages & Education in Africa (LEA 2006). (Contact: jennifeo@ulrik.uv.uio.no;
http://www.pfi.uio.n/konferanse/LEA2006/.)

19-22. Scandinavian Conference of Linguistics, 22nd (SCL22). Aalborg, Denmark. (Contact:
goetzsche@hum.aau.dk; http://www.cfl.hum.aau.dk/SCL22.html.)

20-22. E-MELD Workshop on Digital Language Documentation: Tools & Standards—The State of the Art.
E Lansing, MI. Abstract deadline: 26 March 2006. (Contact: workshop@linguistlist.org;
http://emeld.org/workshop/2006/,)

22-23. Digital Tools Summit for Linguistics (DTS-L). E Lansing, MI. (Contact: pri@ku.edu;
http://www.ku.edu/pri/DTSL/.)

22-25. Linguistic Society of America Summer Meeting. E Lansing, MI. (Contact: LSA 1325 18 St NW, Ste 211,
Washington, DC 20036-6501; lsa@lsadc.org; http://www.lsadc.org.)

23.      Newcastle Postgraduate Conference in Theoretical & Applied Linguistics. Newcastle, UK. Abstract
deadline: 17 March 2006. (Contact: pgconfling@ncl.ac.uk; http://pglinguistics2006.ncl.ac.uk.)

23-24. Inter-Varietal Applied Corpus Studies Group (IVACS). Nottingham, UK. (Contact: Svenja Adolphs,
IVACS 2006, Sch Engl Studies, U Nottingham, Nottingham NG7 2RD, UK; IVACS@nottingham.ac.uk;
http://www.nottingham.ac.uk/english/IVACS.)
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23-24. Korea Association of Teachers of English (KATE). Seoul, S Korea. Theme: Beyond the Horizon:
Extending the Paradigm of TEFL. (Contact: KATE2006@jnu.ac.kr; http://www.kate.or.kr/main/conference/2006/.)

23-24. Utterance Interpretation & Cognitive Models. Abstract deadline: 15 April 2006. (Contact:
mkissine@ulb.ac.be.)

23-25. North American Conference on Chinese Linguistics, 18th (NACCL18). Bellingham, WA. (Contact:
naccl18@wwu.edu; http://www.wwu.edu/naccl18.)

24-25. Revisiting Japanese Modality. London, UK. Abstract deadline: 24 March 2006. (Contact: Barbara
Pizziconi, Dept Japanese & Korean, SOAS, Thornhaugh St, London WC1H 0XG, England; 44-20-7637-2388; fax:
44-20-7898-4399; bp3@soas.uc.uk; http://mercury.soas.ac.uk/users/lm5/Japanese_Modality_Conference.htm.)

25-27.   Interface Legibility at the Edge. Bucharest, Romania. (Contact: mota@unbsj.ca.)

26-27. English Linguistics Society of Korea (ELSOK). Seoul, S Korea. Abstract deadline: 15 April 2006.
(Contact: Org Cte 2006 ELSOK Conf, Dept Engl Lang & Lit, Korea U, Anam-dong Seongbuk-gu, Seoul 136-701, S
Korea; 82-2-3290-1430; intaeh@cnu.ac.kr; http://elsok.org)

27-30. European Conference on Modern South Asian Studies, 19th (ECMAS 19). Leiden, Netherlands.
(Contact: r.l.schmidt@ikos.uio.no; http://www.iias.nl/iias/show/id=51103.)

27-30. Languages of Europe & North & Central Asia, 3rd (LENCA-3). Tomsk, Russia. Theme: Grammar &
Pragmatics of Complex Sentences. (Contact: tomsk@eva.mpg.de; http://www.lenca3.siblang.org.)

28-30. Associacao de Crioulos de Base Lexical Portuguesa e Espanhola. Coimbra, Portugal. (Contact:
tjerk@netcabo.pt; http://www.umac.mo/fsh/dp/acblpe/.)

29-30. Critical Approaches to Discourse Analysis across Disciplines (CADAAD). Norwich, UK. (Contact:
discourse@uea.ac.uk; http://discourse.uea.ac.uk.)

29-30. KALS-KASELL International Conference on English Linguistics (KKICOEL). Pusan, S Korea.
(Contact: Korean Assoc Lang Scis, Col Engl, Pusan U For Studies, 55-1 Uam-dong, Nam-gu, Pusan 608-738, S
Korea; 82-51-540-7274; fax: 82-51-540-7189; kalsell@paran.com; http://alskorea.cm/.)

29 June – 1 July. Communication, Medicine, & Ethics (COMET). Cardiff, UK. (Contact: comet@cardiff.ac.uk;
http://www.cardiff.ac.uk/encap/hcrc/comet2006.)

29 June – 1 July. Laboratory Phonology, 10th (LabPhon 10). Paris, France. Theme: Variation, Detail, &
Representation. (Contact: labphon10@lpl.univ-aix.fr; http://www.lpl.univ-aix.fr/~labphon10/.)

30.     Language at the University of Essex Postgraduate Conference (LangUE 2006). Essex, UK. (Contact:
rhsilv@essex.ac.uk; http://www.essex.ac.uk/linguistics/pgr/LangUE/home.shtm.)

July

1-4.       Teaching & Language Corpora, 7th (TaLC2006). Paris, France. (Contact: talc7@eila.jussieu.fr;
http://talc7@eila.jussieu.fr.)

2-3.    Israel Association for Theoretical Linguistics, 22nd (IATL 22). Jerusalem, Israel (Contact: Ariel Cohen,
Dept For Lits & Ling, Ben-Gurion U Negev, Beer Sheva 84105, Israel; arikc@bgu.ac.il.)

4-6.     Pacific Second Language Research Forum, 5th (PacSLRF06). Brisbane, QLD, Australia. (Contact:
PacSLRF06, EMSAH, Michie Level 4, U Queensland, Brisbane, QLD 4072, Australia; pacslrf06@uq.edu.au;
http://www.emsah.uq.edu.au/pacslrf06/.)

4-7.     Linguistics & Language Studies for Research Students (CEDILL ’06). Grenoble, France. (Contact:
http://www.u-grenoble3.fr/lidilem/cedill.)

5-7.     Linguistics Conference South Africa (SLLL 2006). Durban, Rep S Africa. (Contact: zeller@ukzn.ac.za;
http://www.interaction.ukzn.ac.za/SLLL2006).
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5-8.   Languages of Scotland & Ulster, 8th (FRLSU 8). Islay, Scotland. (Contact: J Derrick McClure, Sch
Lang & Lit, King's C, Aberdeen U, Old Aberdeen AB24 2UB, Scotland; j.d.mcclure@abdn.ac.uk.)

5-9.    Digital Humanities 2006. Paris, France. (Contact: lisa.lena.opas-hanninen@oulu.fi; http://www.allc-
ach2006.colloques.paris-sorbonne.fr/.)

6.       Australasian Association for Lexicography. Brisbane, QLD, Australia. (Contact:
http://www.australex.org/a06.htm.)

6-7.    Crossing Frontiers: Languages & the International Dimension. Cardiff, Wales, UK. (Contact:
david.newton@cilt.org.uk; http://www.llas.ac.uk/events/llaseventitem.aspx?resourceid=2406.)

6-8.     Applied Linguistics Association of Australia (ALAA 2006). Brisbane, QLD, Australia. (Contact:
http://www.uq.edu.au/slccs/AppliedLing/alaa06.)

6-8.    Sociolinguistics Symposium 16 (SS16). Limerick, Ireland. (Contact: ss16@ul.ie; http://www.ul.ie/ss16.)

7-9.     Australian Linguistic Society. Brisbane, QLD, Australia. (Contact:
http://www.uq.edu.au/slccs/AppliedLing/als06/.)

7-9.   Constraints in Discourse 2006 (CD06). Maynooth, Ireland. Abstract deadline: 1 May 2006. (Contact:
p@uni-bielefeld.de; http://www.constraints-in-discourse.org/cid06.)

10-13. Lexical Functional Grammar, 11th (LFG 2006). (Contact: lfg06@uni-konstanz.de; http://ling.uni-
konstanz.de/pages/conferences/lfg06/.)

10-14. Digital Documents & Interpretation: Corpora in Humanities & Social Sciences. Albi, France.
(Contact: LPE2@ext.jussieu.fr.)

10-14. International Circle of Korean Linguistics, 15th (ICKL 15). Jalisco, Mexico. (Contact:
http://www.ickl.or.kr.)

13-14. Human & Material Resources in Foreign Language Learning. Murcia, Spain. Abstract deadline: 14
April 2006. (Contact: jcperinan@pdi.ucam.edu; http://www.ucam.edu/unidcentral/idiomas/Events/002/index.htm.)

13-15. Society for Text & Discourse, 16th (ST&D). Minneapolis, MN. (Contact: ST&D06, Dept Psych, U MN,
75 E River Rd, Minneapolis, MN 55455; info@std06.org; http://std06.org/index.html.)

15-16. Tree Adjoining Grammar & Related Formalisms, 8th (TAG+8). Sydney, NSW, Australia. (Contact:
tim+colacl2006@csse.unimelb.edu.au; http://www.sfb441.uni-tuebingen.de/TAG+8/.)

17-20. Language, Culture, & Mind 2 (LCM 2006). Paris, France. (Contact: lassegue@lcm2006.net;
http://ww.lcm2006.net.)

17-21. Advances in Native South American Historical Linguistics (LING 19). Sevilla, Andalucia, Spain.
(Contact: peviegas@hotmail.com; http://www.52ica.com.)

17-21. Computational Linguistics, 21st/Association for Computational Linguistics, 44th (COLING/ACL
2006). Sydney, Australia. (Contact: tim@csse.unimelb.edu.au; http://www.acl2006.org.)

17-21. The Languages of Central America Caribbean Coast: Articulating Society, Culture in the Present,
Past, & Future. Sevilla, Spain. (Contact: icacaribe@purdue.edu; http://www.personal.us.es/tutatis/521CA.)

19-21. Child Language Seminar 2006 (CLS2006). Newcastle upon Tyne, UK. (Contact:
cls2006@newcastle.ac.uk; http://www.cls2006.visitnewcastlegateshead.com.)

19-22. Functional Grammar, 12th (ICFG12). Sao Jose do Rio Preto, Brazil. (Contact: fg-fgw@uva.nl;
http://www.functionalgrammar.com.)

23.      COLING-ACL Workshop on Multiword Expressions. Sydney, NSW, Australia. Theme: Identifying &
Exploiting Underlying Properties. (Contact: http://www.inf.ufrgs.br/~avillavicencio/mwe-acl06.html.)
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24-26. Linguistic Society of Korea (LKS 2006 SICOL). Seoul, S Korea. Theme: Form, Function, & Interfaces.
Abstract deadline: 31 March 2006. (Contact: LingSoc Korea, Dept Korean Lang & Lit, Seoul Ntl U, Sillim 9-dong,
Gwanak-gu, Seoul 151-745, S Korea; 82-2-884-7905; fax: 82-2-884-7906; linguistics@linguistics.or.kr;
http://linguistics.or.kr/english/.)

24-27. Head-Driven Phrase Structure Grammar, 13th. Varna, Bulgaria. (Contact: jp.soehn@uni-tuebingen.de;
http://www.bultreebank.org/HPSG06/.)

28-30. Pan-Pacific Association of Applied Linguistics, 11th (PAAL). Chuncheon, S Korea. (Contact: 82-2-
3290-1995; paalkorea@yahoo.co.kr; http://www.paal.or.kr.)

31 July – 4 August. Linguistic Association of Canada & the United States, 33rd (LACUS). Toronto, ON,
Canada. Theme: Variability. (Contact: douglas.coleman@utoledo.edu; http://www.lacus.org.)

August

2-6.     Society for Caribbean Linguistics (SCL). Roseau, Dominica. (Contact: secretary@scl-online.net;
http://www.scl-online.net/callforpapers2006.html.

5-6.     Japanese Language Education 2006. New York, NY. (Contact: icjle@yahoo.co.jp;
http://www.japaneseteaching.org/icjle.)

5-9.     International Society for the Empirical Study of Literature & Media (IGEL). Fraueninsel in Lake
Chiem, near Munich, Germany. Abstract deadline: 13 February 2006. (Contact: Willie van Peet, Dept Langs &
Communication, Ludwig Maximilian U, Munich D-80539, Germany; vanpeer@daf.uni-muenchen.de;
http://www.arts.ualberta.ca/igel/Newsletter15.htm#Munich.)

9-12.  Seoul International Conference on Generative Grammar, 8th (SICOGG 8). Seoul, S Korea. (Contact:
parkmk@dgu.edu; http://www.kggc.org.)

9-13.    Organization in Discourse 3: The Interactional Perspective (OID3). Turku, Finland. (Contact: OID3
Conf, c/o Dept Engl, U Turku, FIN-20014 Turku, Finland; oid3@utu.fi; http://www.hum.utu.fi/engfil/oid3.html.)

10-12. Nordic Conference on Bilingualism, 9th (9NCB). Joensuu, Finland. (Contact: 9NCB@joensuu.fi;
http://cc.joensuu.fi/linguistics/9NCB.)

16-20. Turkish Linguistics, 13th (ICTL XIII). Uppsala, Sweden. (Contact: turkling@akademikonferens.uu.se;
http://www-conference.slu.se/turkling/.)

17-19. Formal Approaches to Japanese Linguistics, 4th (FAJL4). Osaka, Japan. (Contact: fajl4@lang.osaka-
u.ac.jp; http://www2005.lang.osaka-u.ac.jp/~fajl4/.)

17-19. Generative Approaches to Language Acquisition North America (GALANA 2). Montreal, QUE,
Canada. Abstract deadline: 27 March 2006. (Contact: galana.2006@mcgill.ca;
http://www.arts.mcgill.ca/linguistics/EVENTS/conferences/galana.)

17-27. Applied Linguistics & Language Teaching, 7th. Beijing & Hong Kong, PRC. Abstract deadline: 31
May 2006. (Contact: kevin@buaa.edu.cn; http://www.isallt2006.org.)

19-20. New Zealand Language & Society Conference. Christchurch, New Zealand. Abstract deadline: 1 May
2006. (Contact: lingsoc@canterbury.ac.nz; http://www.ling.canterbury.ac.nz/LAS2006.)

21-22. Structure & Context. Turku, Finland. Abstract deadline: 31 March 2006. (Contact: context-
organizers@ling.helsinki.fi; http://www.ling.helsinki.fi/sky/tapahtumat/context/context.shtml.)

21-25. English Historical Linguistics, 14th (14 ICEHL). Bergamo, Italy. (Contact: 14icehl@unibg.it;
http://www.unibg.it/anglistica/slin/14icehl-home.html.)

23.      APETAU, 3rd. Amman, Jordan. (Contact: Org Cte, APETAU Conf, PO Box 13315, Amman 11942,
Jordan; 962-6-5515746; apetau2006conf@yahoo.com; http://www.apetau.org.)

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23-27.   Friends of Uto-Aztecan Languages (FUAC). Salt Lake City, UT. (Contact: m.mixco@utah.edu.)

24-26. Logic & Language, 9th (LoLa9). Budapest, Hungary. (Contact: lola9@nytud.hu;
http://www.lytud.hu/lola9.)

24-26. Multilingualism across Europe: Findings, Needs, Best Practices. Bolzano, Italy. (Contact:
mputz@eurac.edu; http://www.eurac.edu/Org/LanguageLaw/Multilingualism/Projects/tag06_1.profil.htm.)

24-27. Diaspora Experiences: German-Speaking Immigrants & Their Descendants. Waterloo, ON, Canada.
(Contact: Diaspora Exp Conf Cte, Waterloo Ctr German Studies, U Waterloo, 200 University Av W, Waterloo, ON
N2L 3G1, Canada; 519-888-4567 x 7547; fax: 519-746-5243; wcgs@uwaterloo.ca; http://www.wcgs.ca.)

24-27. European Society for Philosophy & Psychology (ESPP). Belfast, Ireland. Abstract deadline: 1 May
2006. (Contact: espp2006@qub.ac.uk; http://www.eurospp.org.)

24-27. Language Origins Society/Psychiatric Brain & Language Research Society. Barga, Lucca, Italy.
Abstract deadline: 20 April 2006. (Contact: D.Nouveau@let.ru.nl;
http://www.ru.nl/languesromanes/recherche/los/los_meeting/.)

28.       Development & Evaluation of Robust Spoken Dialogue Systems for Real Applications. Riva del
Garda, Italy. Abstract deadline: 15 April 2006. (Contact: Andrea Corradini, U Potsdam, Compu Ling Dept, Karl-
Liebknecht Str 24-25, 14476 Golm, Germany; ws-ecai06@ling.uni-potsdam.de; http://www.ling.uni-potsdam.de/ws-
ecai06/.)

28-30. ISCA Workshop on Experimental Linguistics. Athens, Greece. (Contact: isca-athens2006@phil.uoa.gr;
http://www.phil.uoa.gr/~abotinis/.)

30 August – 2 September. Linguistics Association of Great Britain (LAGB 2006). Newcastle upon Tyne, UK.
(Contact: http://www.lagb.org.uk/1nclcirc.pdf.)

30 August – 2 September. Societas Linguistica Europaea, 39th (SLE). Bremen, Germany. (Contact:
skettler@uni-bremen.de.)

31 August -1 September. Mathematics & Phonology: Mathematical Modelization Tools in Phonology
(MathPhon I). Orleans (Loiret), France. Abstract deadline: 20 April 2006. (Contact: wauquier@wanadoo.fr;
http://www.univ-orleans.fr/mapmo/membres/maitine/matphono.html.)

September

1-3.     Construction Grammar, 4th (ICCG4). Tokyo, Japan. (Contact: iccg4komaba@ecs.c.u-tokyo.ac.jp;
http://gamp.c.u-tokyo.ac.jp/~iccg2006/iccg2006.html.)

1-3.    World Englishes: Vernacular Universals vs Contact-Induced Change. Mekrijarvi, Finland. (Contact:
markku.filppula@joensuu.fi.)

4-8.     The History of Spanish, 7th. Oaxaca, Oax, Mexico. (Contact: info@7cihle.org; http://www.7cihle.org.)

5-6.    Strength Relations in Phonology. Sendai, Japan. Abstract deadline: 16 April 2006. (Contact:
rprg@tscc.tohoku-gakuin.ac.jp; http://www.tscc.tohoku-gakuin.ac.jp/~rprg.)

5-7.    Association for French Language Studies (AFLS). Bristol, UK. Theme: Variations. (Contact:
Kate.Beeching@uwe.ac.uk; http://www.afls.net/Conference2006.html.)

6-8.     Linguistic Colloquium, 41st. Mannheim, Germany. (Contact: 41.lingkoll@uni-mannheim.de;
http://www.phil.uni-mannheim.de/lingkoll06/.)

6-8.    Research on Second & Foreign Language Acquisition & Teaching (DILTEC). Paris, France. (Contact:
colloque@groupelca.org; http://colloque@groupelca.org.)

6-9.     EURALEX International Congress, 12th (EURALEX 2006). Torino, Italy. (Contact:
http://www.euralex2006.unito.it.)
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6-9.     Lexis & Grammar. Palermo, Italy. (Contact: eric.laporte@univ.mlv.fr; http://infolingu.univ-
mlv.fr/english/Colloques/Palerme/indexhtml.)

7-9.  British Association for Applied Linguistics (BAAL)/Irish Association for Applied Linguistics
(IRAAL). Cork, Ireland. (Contact: lucette@iol.ie.)

7-9.     The Romance of Turn II. Utrecht, Netherlands. (Contact: Romanceturn@let.uu.nl;
http://www.let.uu.nl/romanceturn/.)

7-9.     Typology of Tone & Intonation, 2nd (TIE 2). Berlin, Germany. Abstract deadline: 15 April 2006.
(Contact: downing@zas.gwz-berlin.de; http://www.zas.gwz-berlin.de/index.html?events_tie2.)

7-10.    Henry Sweet Society for the History of Linguistic Ideas (HSS). Sheffield, UK. (Contact: Dept Engl
Lang & Ling, U Sheffield, GB Sheffield S10 2TN, UK; f.c.marshall@shef.ac.uk;
http://www.henrysweet.org/colloq.htm.)

7-12.    Science of Aphasia, 7th (SoA7). Sardinia, Italy. Theme: Neurocognition of Language: Innovative Aspects.
Abstract deadline: 15 April 2006. (contact: burchert@ling.uni-potsdam.de; http://www.soa-online.com.)

8-10.   Laboratory Approaches to Spanish Phonology, 3rd (LASP3). Toronto, ON, Canada. (Contact:
lasp@utoronto.ca; http://www.chass.utoronto.ca/spanish_portuguese/phonology/.)

8-10.   Slavic Linguistics Society (SLS). Bloomington, IN. Abstract deadline: 15 April 2006. (Contact:
sls2006@unc.edu; http://www.unc.edu/~lajanda/sls2006.html.)

11-13. Brandial 06: Semantics & Pragmatics of Dialogue, 10th (Brandial06: Semdial 10). Potsdam, Germany.
Abstract deadline: 12 May 2006. (Contact: das@ling.uni-potsdam.de; http://www.ling.uni-potsdam.de/brandial.)

11-13. Languages of France. Liverpool, UK. (Contact: robert.blackwood@liverpool.ac.uk;
http://www.liv.ac.uk/sml/research/researchgroups/sociolinguistics/index.htm.)

11-15. Text, Speech, & Dialogue, 9th (TSD 2006). Brno, Czech Rep. (Contact: tsd2006@tsdconference.org;
http://www.tsdconference.org.)

13-16. European Second Language Association, 16th (EUROSLA 2006). Antalya, Turkey. (Contact:
eurosla2006@boun.edu.tr; http://www.eurosla2006.boun.edu.tr.)

14-16. European Association of Languages for Specific Purposes, 5th (AELFE). Zaragoza, Spain. (Contact:
llantada@unizar.es; http://www.unizar.es/aelfe2006/.)

14-16. Forensic Linguistics/Language & the Law, 2nd (IAFL European Conference). Barcelona, Spain.
(Contact: forensiclab@upf.edu; http://www.iula.upf.edu/agenda/iafl_bcn_06/iafl01uk.htm.)

14-16. Romani Languages, 7th (7ICRL). Prague, Czech Rep. Abstract deadline: 20 May 2006. (Contact:
7icrl@email.cz; http://ulug.ff.cuni.cz/7icrl/index.php.)

14-17. Romance Corpus Linguistics, 3rd. Freiburg Germany. Theme: Corpora & Pragmatics. (Contact:
info@corpra-romanica.net; http://www.corpora-romanica.net.)

14-17. Syntax of the World’s Languages, 2nd (SWL2). (Contact: M.Papastathi@lancaster.ac.uk;
http://www.lancaster.ac.uk/staff/hollmann/swl2.htm.)

15-16. Amsterdam Gender Colloquium: An International Workshop on Grammatical Gender. Amsterdam,
Netherlands. Abstract deadline: 1 May 2006. (Contact: J Audring, Fac Let, Vrije U Amsterdam, De Boelelaan 1105,
1081 HV Amsterdam, Netherlands; j.audring@let.vu.nl.)

20-21.   Southeast Asian Linguistics Society, 16th (SEALS XVI). Jakarta, Indonesia. (Contact: uri@cbn.net.id.)

20-22.   Evolutions en Français (DIACHRO-3). Paris, France. (Contact: sophie.prevost@ens.fr.)


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21-22. Workshop on Writing Systems, 5th. Nijmegen, Netherlands. Theme: Constraints on Spelling Changes.
Abstract deadline: 1 May 2006. (Contact: a.neijt@let.ru.nl; http://www.ru.nl/WrittenLanguage.)

21-23. Sinn & Bedeutung, 11th (SuB 11). Barcelona, Spain. Abstract deadline: 30 April 2006. (Contact:
sub11@upf.edu; http://www.upf.edu/sub11.)

21-23. Communicating across Age Groups: Age, Language, & Society (GlobE 2006). Warsaw, Poland.
(Contact: globe@ils.uw.edu.pl; http://globe.ils.uw.edu.pl.)

21-23. Society of Italian Linguistics, 40th (SLI 2006). Vercelli, Italy. Theme: Linguistics & Technological
Models. (Contact: sli2006@lett.unipmn.it; http://www.lettt.unipmn.it/sli2006.)

21-24. Perspectives on Slavistics, 2nd (PoS II). Regensburg, Germany. Abstract deadline: 15 April 2006.
(Contact: ppos2@slav.fak12.uni-muenchen.de.)

21-24. Rhetoric in Society. Aalborg, Denmark. Abstract deadline: 15 April 2006. (Contact: i12js@hum.aau.dk;
http://diskurs.hum.aau.dk/rhetorics2006/.)

22-24. Processability, Second Language Acquisition, & Bilingualism, 6th. Lija, Malta. Abstract deadline: 30
April 2006. (Contact: processabilitysummerschool@upb.de; http://groups.upb.de/processablity/.)

26-28. Anglicisms in Europe (AiE). Regensburg, Germany. (Contact: AiE@sprachlit.uni-regensburg.de;
http://www.AiE2006.uni-regensburg.de.)

26-28. International Association for Dialogue Analysis (IADA 2006). Mainz, Germany. Abstract deadline: 1
July 2006. (Contact: grein@uni-mainz.de; http://www.e-linguistik.uni-mainz.de/iada/.)

28-30. Language Contact & Language Change in Times of Globalization (LCTG). (Contact: Lang Contact
Conf, Scand Langs & Culs, U Groningen, PO Box 716, 9700 AS Groningen, Netherlands; lctg@let.rug.nl;
http://odur.let.rug.nl/~dejonge/invest/lctg/.)

28 September – 1 October. Role & Reference Grammar. Leipzig, Germany. Abstract deadline: 1 May 2006.
(Contact: rrg2006@uni-leipzig.de; http://www.uni-leipzig.de/~typology/rrg2006/.)

28 September – 1 October. Rovereto Workshop on Bilingualism. Rovereto, Italy. Poster abstract deadline: 1 June
2006. (Contact: alessia.lamicela@unitn.it; http://www.unitn.it/events/bilingualism.)

October

2-4.      Coloquio Anual da Lusofonia, 5th. Bragança, Portugal. Theme: Do Reino da Galiza Até aos Nossos Dias:
A Língua Portuguesa. Abstract deadline: 1 July 2006. (Contact: lusofonia@sapo.pt;
http://lusofonia2006.com.sapo.pt.)

4-7.     Konferenz Verarbeitung Natuerlicsprachlicher Systeme (Konvens). Konstanz, Germany. Abstract
deadline: 30 April 2006. (Contact: konvens06@uni-konstanz.de; http://ling.uni-
konstanz.de/pages/conferences/konvens06/.)

5-7.    Exploring the Lexis-Grammar Interface (ELeGI 2006). Hanover Germany. (Contact:
ute.roemer@anglistik.uni-hannover.de; http://www.elegi-2006.com.)

5-7.      German Cognitive Linguistics Association, 2nd. Munich, Germany. Abstract deadline: 1 May 2006.
(Contact: DGKL-Konferenz@anglistik.uni-muenchen.de; http://www.kognitive-
sprachforschung.lmu.de/pages/events/events.htm.)

6-8.    Second Language Research Forum (SLRF). Seattle, WA. Abstract deadline: 1 May 2006. (Contact:
slrf@u.washington.edu; http://students.washington.edu/slrf/.)

7-9.   International Association for World Englishes, 12th (IAWE). Nagoya, Japan. (Contact:
dangelo@lets.chukyo-u.ac.jp; http://we.lets.chukyo-u.ac.jp/iawe2006.)


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7-9.     Japanese/Korean Linguistics Conference, 16th (JK). Kyoto, Japan. Abstract deadline: 20 May 2006.
(Contact: jk16@ling.bun.kyoto-u.ac.jp; http://www.hmn.bun.kyoto-u.ac.jp/langlogic/.)

11-13. Mental Lexicon, 5th. Montreal, QUE, Canada. Abstract deadline: 14 April 2006. (Contact: mental-
lexicon2006@mcgill.ca; http://www.mental-lexicon.mcgill.ca.)

12-14. International Association of Literary Semantics, 4th (IALS). Krakow, Poland. (Contact: Dr Elzbieta
Chrzanowska-Kluczewska, Inst Engl Philol, Jagiellonian U, Collegium Paderevianum, Al Mickiewicza 9/11, PL-
31120 Krakow, Poland; 0048-12-633-6377 x 2311; echklucz@vela.filg.uj.edu.pl.)

17-18. Empirical Methods in Cognitive Linguistics, 3rd (EMCL 3). Murcia, Spain. Abstract deadline: 1 July
2006. (Contact: mg246@cornell.edu; http://www.um.es/lincoing/aelco2006/.)

18-20 Formal Approaches to South Slavic & Balkan Languages, 5th (FASSBL-5). Sofia, Bulgaria. (Contact:
mila.vulchanova@hf.ntnu.no; http://dcl.bas.bg/Conference/home.html.)

18-20. Hispanic Literature, Linguistics, & Culture, 2nd. Gainesville, FL. (Contact: ascg67@ufl.edu;
http://web.rll.ufl.edu/colloquium/main.html.)

19-20. Cognitive Approach in Learning Written Language. Rennes, France. (Contact: colloque-
ecrit@wanadoo.fr.)

19-21.   La Quantification & ses Domains. Strasbourg, France. (Contact: collquan@umb.u-strasbg.fr.)

19-21. Spanish Cognitive Linguistics, 5th (AELCO). Murcia, Spain. Abstract deadline: 15 April 2006. (Contact:
csoriano@um.es; http://www.um.es/lincoing/aelco2006/.)

19-22.   Hispanic Linguistics Symposium (HLS). London, ON, Canada. (Contact: joycebg@uwo.ca.)

21-23. La Marque Lexicographique: Quel Avenir? Nicosia, Cyprus. Abstract deadline: 15 June 2006. (Contact:
mburston@ucy.ac.cy.)

November

2-5.    Caribbean Studies (ICCS). South Padre Island, TX. Abstract deadline: 1 May 2006. (Contact:
hrromero@utpa.edu; http://www.panam.edu/dept/modlang/caribe1.htm.)

2-5.      Japan Association for Language Teaching (JALT 2006). Kokura, Kitakyushu, Japan. Theme:
Community, Identity, Motivation. Abstract deadline: 28 April 2006. (Contact: programs@jalt.org;
http://conferences.jalt.org/2006/.)

2-6.     All India Conference of Linguists, 28th (AICL). Varanasi, India. (Contact: aicl28@yahoo.com.)

3-4.     Cross-Cultural Pragmatics at a Crossroads: Speech Frames & Cultural Perceptions. Abstract
deadline: 31 May 2006. (Contact: Marie-Noelle Guillot, Sch Lang, Ling, & Transl Studies, U E Anglia, Norwich
NR4 7TJ, UK; m.guillot@uea.ac.uk.)

3-4.     UCLA Indo-European Conference, 18th. Los Angeles, CA. Abstract deadline: 1 June 2006. (Contact:
Indo-Euro Conf Cte, UCLA, Prog Indo-Euro Studies, 100 Dodd Hl, 405 Hilgard Av, Los Angeles, CA 90095-1417;
http://www.humnet.ucla.edu/pies/.)

7-10.    Cradle of Language (CLC). Stellenbosch, Rep S Africa. (Contact: clc@sun.ac.za;
http://www.clc.sun.ac.za.)

7-11.   Dialogue under Occupation: The Discourse of Enactment, Transaction, Reaction, & Resolution.
(DUO). Chicago, IL. (Contact: Lawrence Berlin, DUO Org, Dept Ling, Northeastern IL U, 5500 N St Louis Av,
Chicago IL 60625; duo@neiu.edu; http://www.neiu.edu/~duo.)

8-10.    Gender & Language Association, 4th (IGALA-4). Valencia, Spain. Abstract deadline: 15 July 2006.
(Contact: IGALA 4, Dept Filol Angl & Alemanya, U Valencia, Av Blasco Ibanez 32-6, Valencia 46010, Spain; 34-
96-386-42-62; fax: 34-96-386-41-61; jose.santaemilia@uv.es; http://www.uv.es/~santaemj/.)
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9-12.    American Dialect Society, Midwest Region (ADS at MMLA). Chicago, IL. Abstract deadline: 15 April
2006. (Contact: Kathryn Remlinger, Grand Valley SU, Allendale, MI 49401; 616-331-3122; remlingk@gvsu.edu;
http://www.uiowa.edu/~mmla.)

9-12.    Midwest Modern Language Association, 48th. Chicago, IL. (Contact: benschmeiser@ucdavis.edu;
http://www.uiowa.edu/~mmla/call_2006.html.)

10-12. Thai Language & Literature. Bangkok, Thailand. Theme: Wisdom & Dynamism in the Global Context.
Abstract deadline: 31 May 2006. (Contactd: admin@ICTL2006.org; http://www.ICTL2006.org.)

11.     Portsmouth Translation Conference, 6th. Portsmouth, UK. Abstract deadline: 30 June 2006. (Contact:
ian.kemble@port.ac.uk; http://www.port.ac.uk/translationconference.)

13-16. A Comparative Study on Language Learning Strategies among Iranian Teachers & Students.
Isfahan, Iran. (Contact: zareigr@cc.iut.ac.ir.)

15-16. Cross-Linguistic Semantics of Tense, Aspect, & Modality (TAM TAM). Nijmegen, Netherlands.
Abstract deadline: 1 May 2006. (Contact: L.Hogeweg@let.ru.nl.)

15-17. Linguistics in the Northwest, 9th. Hermosillo, Sonora, Mexico. Abstract deadline: 1 May 2006. (Contact:
aacosta@capomo.uson.mx; http://www.encuentrolinguistica.uson.mx.)

16-17. Linguistic Patterns in Spontaneous Speech (LPSS 2006). Abstract deadline: 31 July 2006. (Contact:
tsengsc@gate.sinica.edu.tw; http://www.lpss.sinica.edu.tw.)

16-19. American Association for the Advancement of Slavic Studies, 38th (AAASS). Washington, DC.
(Contact: Wendy Walker, Conv Coord, AAASS, 8 Story St, Cambridge, MA 02138; 617-495-0678; fax: 617-495-
0680; walker@fas.harvard.edu; http://www.aaas.org.)

20-24. Romania Nova II. Maceio, Alagoas, Brazil. Abstract deadline: 31 July 2006. (Contact:
fordonez@notes.cc.sunysb.edu.)

22-24. Linguistics & Literature, 11th (SILEL). Uberlandia-MG, Brazil. Abstract dealine: 31 August 2006.
(Contact: silel2006@ileel.ufu.br; http://www.ileel.ufu.br/silel2006.)

December

1-2.     Neurophysiology of Developmental Disorders in Children (Neurophys06). Freiburg, Germany. Abstract
deadline: 30 September 2006. (Contact: Neuroling Labor, Albert-Ludwigs-U, Werthmannplatz 3, Postfach 225, D-
79085 Freiburg, Germany; fax: 49-761-203-3233; gregor.kohls@zfn-brain.uni-freiburg.de;
http://www.neurolabor.ed.)

1-3.    Formal Descriptions of Slavic Languages 6.5 (FDSL 6.5). Nova Gorica, Slovenia. Abstract deadline: 1
July 2006. (Contact: fdsl.6.5@gmail.com; http://www.p-ng.si/~fmarusic/fdsl/.)

7-9.     CLS Conference, 2nd. Singapore, Singapore. Theme: Processes & Process-Orientation in Foreign
Language Teaching & Learning. Abstract deadline: 31 May 2006. (Contact: CLaSIC 2006 Org Cte, Ctr Lang
Studies, Fac Arts & Soc Scis, Ntl U Singapore, Block AS4, 02-05, 9 Arts Link, Singapore 117570; fax: 65-6777-
7736; clasic2006@nus.edu.sg; http://www.fas.nus.edu.sg/cls/clasic2006/.)

7-.      Belgian Association of Anglicists in Higher Education (BAAHE). Leuven, Belgium. Theme: Varieties
of Voice. Abstract deadline: 15 June 2006. (Contact: hubert.cuyckens@arts.kuleuven.be;
http://www.kuleuven.be/ilt/baahe_2006conference.)

9-11.   Speech Databases & Assessments (Oriental COCOSDA 2006). Penang, Malaysia. Abstract deadline: 5
August 2006. (Contact: ambiga@usm.my; http://www.usm.my/cocoscda2006.)

17-19. Computer Processing on Oriental Languages, 21st (ICCPOL2006). Singapore, Singapore. Theme:
Beyond the Orient: The Research Challenges Ahead. Abstract deadline: 31 May 2006. (Contact:
kfwong@se.cuhk.edu.hk; http://www.iccpol-06.com.)

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April

23-25. Interfaces in Language. Canterbury, Kent, UK. Abstract deadline: 1 July 2006. (Contact:
jgp@kent.ac.uk.)

May

24-26. Nordic Conference for English Studies, 10th. Bergen, Norway. (Contact: Engl Dept, U Bergen,
Sydnesplassen 7, 5007 Bergen, Norway; http://www.naes.uib.no/.)

September

3-8.     Linguistics & Romance Philology, 25th (XXVe CILPR). Innsbruck, Austria. Contact:
cilpr2007@uibk.ac.at; http://www.cilpr2007.at.)

24-27. Association for Linguistic Typology, 7th. Paris, France. (Contact: alt7@ivry.cnrs.fr;
http://www.alt7.cnrs.fr.)

November

15-18. American Association for the Advancement of Slavic Studies, 39th (AAASS). New Orleans, LA.
(Contact: Wendy Walker, Conv Coord, AAASS, 8 Story St, Cambridge, MA 02138; 617-495-0678; fax: 617-495-
0680; walker@fas.harvard.edu; http://www.aaas.org.)


                                                     2008
November

20-23. American Association for the Advancement of Slavic Studies, 40th (AAASS). Philadelphia, PA.
(Contact: Wendy Walker, Conv Coord, AAASS, 8 Story St, Cambridge, MA 02138; 617-495-0678; fax: 617-495-
0680; walker@fas.harvard.edu; http://www.aaas.org.)




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