LINGUIST List 7.16

Thu Jan 4 1996

Calls: SCIL VIII deadline extension, Formal Ling Society

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  1. Leslie Barrett, SCIL VIII deadline extension
  2. Michael Calcagno, Calls: FLSM VII

Message 1: SCIL VIII deadline extension

Date: Wed, 03 Jan 1996 16:29:09 EST
From: Leslie Barrett <>
Subject: SCIL VIII deadline extension


Dear Colleagues,

The SCIL VIII Conference Committee had extended the deadline for
abstracts from Jan. 5th to Jan. 15th, 1996. All submissions must now
be postmarked the 15th in order to be considered. Remember to please
observe the following guidelines:

 - one page, single spaced, 1" margins, 12-pt type
 - 2nd page for data/references only
 - only one joint, and one individual submission
 - send six copies, and a 3" x 5" index card bearing:

Name of Author
Title of Paper
Address (post and e-mail)
Telephone #

 - send to:

SCIL VIII Conference Committee
C/o NYU Department of Linguistics
719 Broadway, 5th floor
New York, NY 10003

 - send e-mail abstracts and any questions to:


The SCIL Conference Committee at NYU

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Message 2: Calls: FLSM VII

Date: Thu, 04 Jan 1996 17:42:28 EST
From: Michael Calcagno <>
Subject: Calls: FLSM VII
	 Formal Linguistics Society of the Midwest


 The Ohio State University
			 Columbus, Ohio
			 May 17-19, 1996

CALL FOR PAPERS: Abstracts are invited for 25-minute talks (with 10
minutes for questions) in all areas of Formal Linguistics. Papers
from all disciplines and theoretical perspectives are encouraged.

INVITED SPEAKERS: Donca Steriade (UCLA), Angelika Kratzer (UMass,
Amherst), and Brian Joseph (Ohio State).

REQUIREMENTS: Those interested in presenting a paper at the meeting
should submit ten copies of a Long Abstract, a Short Abstract, and an
Affiliation Card by February 21, 1996.

LONG ABSTRACT: The long abstract is anonymous. Please send 10 copies
of a one 8 1/2" X 11" page abstract with 1 inch margins. A second
page containing only references and examples may follow.

SHORT ABSTRACT: The short abstract should contain no more than 100
words and (if accepted) will be included in the conference program.

AFFILIATION CARD: All submissions must be accompanied by a 3X5 card
which should include title of the paper, author's name, author's
affiliation, address to which notification of acceptance/rejection
should be mailed, author's home and office phone, and author's e-mail

Submission of abstracts by e-mail (in plain ASCII or self-contained
LaTex) is permitted. Please do not submit abstracts by fax. All
submissions must be received on or before February 21, 1996.
Abstracts should be sent to:

			FLSM Committee
			Department of Linguistics
			222 Oxley Hall
			1712 Neil Avenue
			Columbus, Ohio 43210

For further information please contact the FLSM committee at the above
address, or consult the FLSM homepage
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