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LINGUIST List 16.1228

Mon Apr 18 2005

FYI: Summerschool in Generative Linguistics (egg05)

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        1.    Klaus Abels, Summerschool in Generative Linguistics (egg05)

Message 1: Summerschool in Generative Linguistics (egg05)
Date: 18-Apr-2005
From: Klaus Abels <klaus.abelshum.uit.no>
Subject: Summerschool in Generative Linguistics (egg05)

Dear List members,

This is to announce that registration for the Eastern European Summerschool
in Generative Linguistics 2005 (egg05) is now open. Please share this
information with any students you have who might be interested in attending.

The school will take place in Wroclaw (Poland) from July 25 to August 5.
As usual, the school is entirely free for participants (except for
accommodation) and some travel and accommodation grants are available for
qualifying students from Central and Eastern European countries.

Below is a list of the faculty at this year's school. For more information
see the 'teachers and classes' page linked from the school's webpage:


Christian Uffmann
Markus Pochtrager
Jonathan Kaye
Marc Van Oostendorp

Ede Zimmermann
Yael Sharvit

Cecilia Polletto
Jeroen Van Craenenbroeck
Steven Franks
Ad Neeleman
Klaus Abels
Lanko Marusic
Rok Zaucer

To register for the school simply follow the link on the website of the


Best regards

Klaus Abels

Linguistic Field(s): General Linguistics
Linguistic Theories

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