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Tue 28 Jun 1994

Confs: KONVENS 94, ALAA Congress July 1994

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  1. Ernst Buchberger, KONVENS 94 - Final Programme
  2. Phillip O'Neill, ALAA Congress July 1994

Message 1: KONVENS 94 - Final Programme

Date: Fri, 24 Jun 1994 18:50:48 KONVENS 94 - Final Programme
From: Ernst Buchberger <>
Subject: KONVENS 94 - Final Programme

KONVENS 94 - 2nd Conference for Natural Language Processing,
will take place in Vienna, Austria, September 27-30, 1994.
It features one day of tutorials by Dafydd Gibbon and
Klaus Kohler, dealing with speech and lexica,
and three days of scientific programme,
including invited talks by Bran Boguraev, Klaus Kohler and Antje Meyer.

The detailed conference programme together with a registration form
can be obtained by anonymous FTP from,
directory konvens, filename programme or in printed form
by writing to
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Message 2: ALAA Congress July 1994

Date: Tue, 28 Jun 1994 12:09:44 ALAA Congress July 1994
From: Phillip O'Neill <>
Subject: ALAA Congress July 1994

 Subject: Time:12:18
 OFFICE MEMO ALAA Congress July 1994 Date:28/6/94
Applied Linguistics Association of Australia
XIX Annual Congress
Thursday 14th to Sunday 17th July 1994

The University of Melbourne

Creativity and Innovation
Applied Linguistics

Keynote Speakers
Frances Christie (The University of Melbourne)
Claire Kramsch (University of California, Berkeley)
Emanuel Schegloff (University of California, Los Angeles)
Winnie Crombie (University of Waikato, New Zealand)

The Applied Linguistics Association of Australia has pleasure in inviting you
to participate in its nineteenth Annual Congress which is to be held from
Thursday evening, 14th July, to Sunday afternoon, 17th July, 1994 at The
University of Melbourne.

The theme of the Congress is Creativity and Innovation in Applied
Linguistics. Contributions which address a broad range of issues in Applied
Linguistics are encouraged, in areas such as language education, analysis of
discourse in institutional settings, second language acquisition, first
language acquisition, language policy, language assessment, and
computer-assisted language learning.

The Conference will also feature a series of invitational symposia convened
on the following issues:
Computer-Assisted Language Learning Ms. J. Gassin & Mr M. Smith
 The University of Melbourne
Action Research in Foreign Language Education Dr. T. McNamara
 The University of Melbourne
Language Disorders in Bilingual Settings Dr. R. Baker
 The University of Queensland
Research on Japanese as a Foreign Language Ms. J. Kumamoto-Healey
 The University of Melbourne
Designing Classroom-Based SLA Research Prof. P. Lightbown
 Concordia University, Canada
Language in Social Life Prof. C. Candlin
 Macquarie University
Language Performance Assessment Ms. A. Brown
 The University of Melbourne
Developments in Systemic/Functional Linguistics: Prof. F. Christie
 Applications to Education The University of Melbourne

Second Language Acquisition Dr. M. Pienemann
 The University of Sydney
English for Specific Purposes Prof. L. Hamp-Lyons
 University of Colorado (Denver)
Spoken Interaction
Mr. Rod Gardner

 University of Melbourne

All Conference enquiries should be directed to: Mr Michael Sullivan
 Conference Management
 The University of Melbourne
 Parkville VIC 3052
 Tel: (03 344 6107
 Fax: (03) 344 6122
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