LINGUIST List 5.1319

Sat 19 Nov 1994

Calls: DLLS, GURT-Spanish, NWLC, Langues et grammaire 2

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  1. Jeff Turley, Calls for Papers, DLLS
  2. , Call for abstracts GURT
  3. Susan Fitzgerald, NWLC - Call for Abstracts
  4. Sciences du Langage, Langues et grammaire 2

Message 1: Calls for Papers, DLLS

Date: Wed, 16 Nov 1994 07:09:34 Calls for Papers, DLLS
From: Jeff Turley <>
Subject: Calls for Papers, DLLS



 DLLS 1995

 Deseret Language and Linguistic Society Symposium

Sponsored by
Brigham Young University
Provo, Utah, USA

March 9-10, 1995

Keynote Speaker: Arnold M. Zwicky, Ohio State

Abstracts for 20 minute talks (plus 5 minutes for discussion)
or 40 minute talks (plus 10 minutes for discussion) are invited
in ALL AREAS of linguistics:
Phonetics and Phonology, Syntax, Semantics, Discourse Pragmatics,
Historical Linguistics, Psycholinguistics, Sociolinguistics, Dialectology,
Language Acquisition, Second Language Acquisition, Language and Computers,
Linguistic Approaches to Literature, Language Pedagogy,
Translation and Interpretation, Semiotics.
Papers in language-specific areas are welcome.

Please send one abstract of 100 words with name and affiliation and four
anonymous copies by JANUARY 15, 1995. Include a 3x5 index card with
the following information:

 *Name(s) of author(s)
 *Title of Paper or Presentation
 *Bio-Data Statements
 *The area in which you prefer you paper to be grouped
 (e.g., Sociolinguistics, Semantics, etc.)
 *Mailing Address, Phone (regular and FAX), and E- mail address
 of the presenter to whom all correspondence should be

Please send abstracts and information cards to:

 Jeffrey S. Turley (
 Department of Spanish and Portuguese
 Brigham Young University
 Provo, UT 84602
 (801) 378-2005
FAX (801) 378-4649
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Message 2: Call for abstracts GURT

Date: Wed, 16 Nov 1994 17:42:26 Call for abstracts GURT
From: <>
Subject: Call for abstracts GURT

) Georgetown University Round Table (GURT) 1995
) Georgetown University
) March 6-7, 1995
) sponsored by the Georgetown University Spanish Department and the
) Spanish Department Graduate Student Organization and organized by
) Hector Campos, Norma Catalan, and Eric Holt.
) Abstracts for 20 min talks (10 min for discussion) are invited in all
) areas of Spanish Linguistics (historical/dialectology, applied,
) phonology/morphology, syntax, semantics, etc.)
) Invited speakers are:
) JOSE IGNACIO HUALDE (Univ. of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign)
) PAUL LLOYD (Univ. of Pennsylvania)
) JAMES LEE (Univ. of illinois at Urabana-Champaign)
) JUAN URIAGEREKA (Univ. of Maryland, College Park)
) Please send one camera-ready copy (with name and affiliation) and 6
) anonymous copies of a one-page abstract by DECEMBER 1st, 1994. Include
) a 3x5 index card with the following information:
) -Name of author(s)
) -Title of Paper
) -Affiliation
) -Address
) -e-mail
) -telephone and fax #
) Address abstracts to the Presession Organizers: Hector Campos, Norma
) Catalan and Eric Holt at
) Spanish Department
) ICC 403
) Georgetown University
) Washington, DC 20057
) (202) 687-6134
) Fax: (202) 687-5712
) If you want to receive a printed copy of this announcement, please
) write to the above address or e-mail the organizers at:
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Message 3: NWLC - Call for Abstracts

Date: Wed, 16 Nov 94 20:56:24 PSNWLC - Call for Abstracts
From: Susan Fitzgerald <>
Subject: NWLC - Call for Abstracts

 Call for Abstracts
 Northwest Linguistics Conference
 University of Victoria
 Victoria, British Columbia, Canada
 February 18 - 19, 1995

Abstracts from all linguistic fields are welcome. Presentations will
be twenty minutes in length, with an additional ten minutes allotted
for a question period. Priority will be given to graduate students.
Those interested in submitting an abstract are asked to send five copies
to the address below. (Please limit abstracts to one page.) The
deadline for abstracts is January 19, 1995.

 Northwest Linguistics Conference
 Department of Linguistics
 University of Victoria
 P.O. Box 3045
 Victoria, B.C.
 V8W 3P4 Canada

The conference papers will be published in a special issue of the
_Working Papers of the Linguistics Circle of the University of Victoria_.
For conference or accommodation information (crash space available),
please contact one of the following:

Marie Louise Willett Paul Hopkins
(604) 721-7425 (604) 474-3137
(604) 385-8799
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Message 4: Langues et grammaire 2

Date: Thu, 17 Nov 1994 13:38:59 Langues et grammaire 2
From: Sciences du Langage <>
Subject: Langues et grammaire 2


 L A N G U E S ET G R A M M A I R E 2

 University of Paris 8
 May 25-27 1995

The Department of Linguistics of the University of Paris 8 organises the
second International conference Langues et Grammaire.
We invite contributions on all domains of linguistic theory : Syntax, Semantics,
Phonology, Morphology and Language Acquisition.

Submission Information : Send nine anonymous copies, accompanied by a camera-
ready copy bearing author's Name and Affiliation. Include also a 3"/5" index
 card with the following information : Name, Address, Affiliation, Title of the
Paper specifying whether it is intended for the special session, phone number,
fax and email (if any).
Abstracts should nt exceed two pages, for a 35 mn talk.
Abstract Deadline : FEBRUARY 15

Send abstracts to:

 Langues et Grammaire-2
 Comite d'Organisation
 Departement des Sciences du Langage
 Universite Paris 8
 2, Rue de la Liberte
 F-93526 Saint-Denis Cedex 02

Presentations may be in French or in English. The language used in the abstract
 will also be the language of the presentation. We cannot accept submissions by
Notification of acceptance : March 15

The topic for this year's Special Session (1 Day) is

 At the crossroads of Morphology
 Syntax and Semantics.

For more information:
 call : + 33+ 1+
 fax : +33+1+
 Email :

 The Organising Committee
 Anne Fleischman - Lea Nash - Georges Tsoulas
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