LINGUIST List 11.1382

Thu Jun 22 2000

FYI: Foreign Lang Center, Belarusian Studies Seminar

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  1. Scott McGinnis, National Foreign Language Center - New Affiliation & Address
  2. curt fredric woolhiser, Belarusian Studies Seminar

Message 1: National Foreign Language Center - New Affiliation & Address

Date: Wed, 21 Jun 2000 10:50:09 -0400
From: Scott McGinnis <smcginnisnflc.org>
Subject: National Foreign Language Center - New Affiliation & Address

The National Foreign Language Center is pleased to announce that it will
affiliate with the University of Maryland, effective July 1, 2000. Our
address and telephone will also change:

Address:

The National Foreign Language Center at the University of Maryland 
1029 Vermont Avenue NW, 10th Floor
Washington, DC 20005


Voice: 	202.637.8881
Fax:	202.637.9244

Our email addresses and URL will remain the same. For more information,
contact

Richard Brecht (rbrechtnflc.org)
Director

Scott McGinnis
Executive Director
National Council of Organizations of Less Commonly Taught Languages

Senior Associate for Projects
National Foreign Language Center
1619 Massachusetts Avenue NW, #400
Washington, DC 20036

voice: 202-667-8100 ext. 15
fax: 202-667-6907

EFFECTIVE 1 JULY: 1029 Vermont Avenue NW
 Washington, DC 20005
 voice: 202-637-8881
 fax: 202-637-9244
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Message 2: Belarusian Studies Seminar

Date: Wed, 21 Jun 2000 14:31:16 -0500
From: curt fredric woolhiser <cfwoolhisermail.utexas.edu>
Subject: Belarusian Studies Seminar

The Fifth International Belarusian Studies Seminar 

The School of Belarusian Studies at Belarusian State University
invites you to take part in the Fifth International Belarusian Studies
Seminar, September 5-19, 2000. Courses are
available for specialists, teaching staff, postgraduates, students,
writers, translators, journalists and others who would like to learn
more about the Belarusian language, literature, history and culture.
The purpose of the seminar is Belarusian
language learning and obtaining a deeper knowledge of Belarusian
culture, history and literature.

The seminar includes:

a) language courses for beginners, intermediate and
advanced learners;

b) a practical course in philological text analysis for advanced
learners;

c) lectures on linguistics, the history of literature and literary
criticism, ethnology, lingua-cultural studies;

d) individual consultations with leading Belarusian scholars (please
indicate the approximate topic(s) of the consultations).

e) participation in round-table discussions on urgent questions of the
Belarusian language, literature, history and culture.


Excursions and cultural program.

The program of the seminar includes sightseeing tours,
visiting museums and historical places in Belarus, meetings with
Belarusian writers and experts in Belarusian culture, art and science.

Application

Those wishing to participate in the Fifth Belarusian
Studies Seminar should send us a letter of application before July 1,
2000, in which they should provide their name, surname, country,
education, occupation, the level of the language course chosen, and for
advanced students - the topic(s) for individual consultations.
Invitations for the seminar will be mailed in July, 2000.The cost of 
the entire course is US$ 75 for students and US$ 150 for other
participants. This amount does not include travel expenses, food and
accommodations (student hostel or hotel).

Address:

School of Belarusian Studies
31, K.Marx Str., Minsk, Belarus, 220050

Tel./Fax (017) 227-65-83, 227-85-38
Tel. (017) 222-31-42

E-mail: sbphyl.bsu.unibel.by


Director of Belarusian Studies 				Zinaida Badzevich 


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