LINGUIST List 14.650

Thu Mar 6 2003

Calls: General Ling, France/Syntax, Canada

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  1. adl2003, 8th Doctoral Meeting in Linguistics
  2. hale1, North American Syntax Conference

Message 1: 8th Doctoral Meeting in Linguistics

Date: Thu, 06 Mar 2003 09:42:52 +0000
From: adl2003 <>
Subject: 8th Doctoral Meeting in Linguistics

8th Doctoral Meeting in Linguistics

Short Title: ADL 2003
Location: Paris, France 
Date: 07-Jul-2003 - 08-Jul-2003 
Call Deadline: 30-Mar-2003

Web Site:

Contact Person: Celine Raynal
Meeting Email:
Linguistic Subfield(s): General Linguistics 

Meeting Description: 

The Graduate School of Linguistics of Universit� Paris 7 organizes
this meeting to promote exchange and communication among doctoral
students of different fields of interest in Linguistics. All topics
are suitable for presentation. Official languages are English and

8th Doctoral Meeting in Linguistics

 ====== SUBMISSION DEADLINE REPORTED : March 30th 2003 ======

The Linguistics Graduate Students Workshop at Universit� Paris 7 (ADL)
will hold its 8th Doctoral Meeting on July 7th and 8th 2003, with the
support of Universit� Paris 7 and its Graduate School in
Linguistics. The purpose of the meeting is to promote exchange and
communication among doctoral students of different fields of interest
in Linguistics. All topics are suitable for presentation. Speakers
will be given 20 minutes to present their paper, followed by 10
minutes for questions. Official languages for the conference are
French and English. You can find information regarding the format of
submissions on our website. Speakers travelling more than 100 km are
eligible for partial reimbursement of their transportation costs.

********** DATES ********** 
Deadline for abstracts : March 30th, 2003 
Notification of acceptance : May, 12th, 2003 
Conference : July, 7th and 8th 2003 

********** SUBMISSION PROCEEDING ********** 

Contributors are asked to submit an abstract of one or two pages and,
possibly, an additional page with data and/or references. Anonymous
abstracts must be sent by e-mail as an attached file by March 10th,
2003, to 

Authors names should be included in the body of the message.If you do
not use e-mail, please send three copies of your abstract to the
following address :

Case 7003 
2, Place Jussieu 
75 251 Paris Cedex 05 

********** SUBMISSION FORMAT ********** 

Authors must send their submission by e-mail as an attached file
(either PS or PDF file), in A4 format, NOT Letter. Please consult the
conference web site for details:

For additional information, please contact: or
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Message 2: North American Syntax Conference

Date: Tue, 04 Mar 2003 13:43:07 +0000
From: hale1 <>
Subject: North American Syntax Conference

North American Syntax Conference

Short Title: NASC
Location: Montreal, Quebec, Canada
Date: 02-MAY-03 - 04-MAY-03

Call Deadline: 15-Mar-2003

Contact Person: Mark Hale
Meeting Email:
Linguistic Subfield(s): Syntax

Second Call for Papers:


The Linguistics Program at Concordia University in Montreal invites
abstracts for the

North American Syntax Conference

to be held at Concordia University May 2-4, 2003.

The following scholars have accepted our invitation to give talks:

Alexandra Cornilescu, Bucharest
Samuel D. Epstein, University of Michigan
Robert Frank, Johns Hopkins
David Pesetsky, MIT
Daniel Valois, Montreal

Abstracts are hereby invited on any topic within the scope of
generative syntax. They should be sub- mitted before March 15,
2003. Only electronic abstracts will be considered; they may be in any
open format (TeX, LaTeX, ps, pdf, rtf, AbiWord, OpenOffice, ASCII).
They should be sent to

Abstracts should be sufficiently long to make clear the basic content
and argument of the paper, but no longer. Beyond this, there is no a
priori limit to abstract length.

Further information, of both a practical and academic nature, will be
gradually made available at the conference web site (the site is not
available at the moment, but will be in the near future):

Please address questions to, or to the

Mark Hale (

Charles Reiss (			
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