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Message 1: International Congress of Linguists

Date: Tue, 12 Dec 2000 12:30:58 -0600
From: Beatriz Garza Cuaron <bgarzacolmex.mx>
Subject: International Congress of Linguists


XVII International Congress of Linguists
	Oaxaca, Mexico, July 7-12, 2002

	Organized by
	Universidad Nacional Aut�noma de M�xico (UNAM)
	Universidad Aut�noma Metropolitana (UAM)
	under the auspices of the
	Comit� International Permanent des Linguistes


	General Information
	First Circular

	UNIVERSIDAD NACIONAL AUT�NOMA DE M�XICO 
	Instituto de Investigaciones Antropol�gicas
	Circuito Exterior sin n�mero
	Ciudad Universitaria
	Delegaci�n Coyoac�n
	M�xico, D.F., CP 04510
	Tels.: (52) 5622-9535; (52) 5622-9662; (52) 5660-0648; (52)
5622-9512
	Fax: (52) 5622-9651; (52) 5665-2959
	In charge: Ram�n Arz�palo Mar�n
	inantropservidor.unam.mx
	arzapaloservidor.unam.mx


	UNIVERSIDAD AUT�NOMA METROPOLITANA
	Avenida Michoac�n y La Pur�sima sin n�mero
	Colonia Vicentina
	M�xico, D.F., CP 09340
	Tels.: (52) 5804-4750; (52) 5804-4600
	Fax: (52) 5612-5682
	In charge: Jos� Lema and Antonio Morales
	jlemxanum.mx

	XVII International Congress of Linguists
	Oaxaca, M�xico, July 8-12, 2002

	Organizing Committee

	President: Dra. Beatriz Garza Cuar�n
	Vice-Presidents: Dr. Jos� Lema and Dr. Christian Lehmann
	Secretary General and Treasurer: Dr. Ram�n Arz�palo Mar�n


	PROGRAM

	Sunday, July 7		Registration
					Reception
	Monday, July 8	 	Opening ceremony
					First plenary session
					Parallel sessions
					Panel discussions
	Tuesday, July 9		Second plenary session
					Parallel sessions
					Panel discussions
	Wednesday, July 10	Visits to the prehispanic ruins of Mitla
and
	Monte Alb�n, and to Colonial churches and museums
	Thursday, July 11	Third plenary session
					Parallel sessions
					Panel discussions
	Friday, July 12		Fourth plenary session
					Parallel sessions
					Panel discussions
	Saturday, July 13		Closing ceremony



	Plenary sessions:
	a. Typology
	b. Endangered Languages
	c. Sociolinguistics
	d. Language and the mind

	Parallel sessions:
	a. Language policies nowadays
	b. Lexicology
	c. Pidgins, Creoles, Languages in contact
	d. Comparative Linguistics
	e. Computer Sciences and Linguistics
	f. Sign Languages
	g. Language Standards and Norms
	h. Automatic Speech Recognition
	i. Language and Fieldwork
	j. Techniques for Language Description (Phonetics, Phonology,
Morphology,
	Syntax, General Grammar, etc.)

	Scientific Commmittee

	1) Tipology
		Dra. Paulette Levy, UNAM, M�xico
		Dr. Bernard Comrie, Max Plank, Nijmegen
		Dra. Joan Bybee, University of California
		Dr. Thomas Smith Stark, COLMEX

	2) Morphology
		Dra. Elizabeth Beniers, UNAM, M�xico
		Dr. Frans Plank, University of Konstanz, Germany
		Dra. Joan Bybee, University of California
		Dra. Brenda Laca, Freie Universitet, Berlin
		Dr. P.A. Matthews, Cambridge University, England
		Dr. Wolfgang Dressler, University of Vienna
		Dr. Ignacio Bosque, Universidad Complutense, Madrid,
Spain

	3) Syntax and Semantics
		Dr. Jos� Lema, UAM, M�xico
		Dra. Paulette Levy, UNAM, M�xico
		Dr. Heles Contreras, University of Vancouver, Canada
		Dr. Esther Torrego, University. of Boston
		Dra. M&#61488; Luisa Rivero, University. of Ottawa,
Canada
		Dra. Violeta Demonte, Universidad Aut�noma de Madrid,
Spain
		Dr. Ignacio Bosque, Universidad Complutense, Madrid,
Spain
		Dr. Peter Culicover, University of California, Irvine
		Dr. David M. Perlmutter, University of California
		Dr. Michael Brame, University of Washington

	4) Semantics
		Dr. Ricardo Maldonado, UNAM, M�xico
		Dr. Beatriz Garza Cuar�n, COLMEX and UNAM
		Dr. Ruth M. Kempson, University College, London
		Dr. Jerrold J. Katz, MIT
		Dr. Charles J. Fillmore, Ohio State University
		Dr. D. Terence Langendoen, CUNY 
		Dr. Edward Keenan, University of Pennsylvania
		Dr. James D. McCawley, University of Chicago
		Dr. George Lakoff, University of California, at Berkeley

		Dr. Herbert E. Brekle, Universit�t Regensburg, Germany
		Dr. Janet Dean Fodor, University. of Connecticut
		Dr. Jerry A. Fodor, MIT
		Dr. Kurt Baldinger, Heidelberg University, Germany
		Dr. Manfred Bierwisch, Germany
		Dr. Thomas A. Sebeok, University of Bloomington, Indiana

	5) Language and Mind
		Dra. Peggy Ostroski, UNAM, M�xico
		Dra. Lourdes de Le�n, CIESAS-San Crist�bal, Chiapas,
M�xico
		Dra. Estela Trevi�o, UAM, M�xico
	
	6) Phonology
		Dra. Ver�nica V�zquez, UNAM, M�xico
		Dra. Dianne Archangeli
		Dr. Douglas Pulley Blank

	Grounded Phonology:
		Dr. Bruce Hayes, UCLA
		Dr. Donca Steriade, UCLA
		Dr. Junko-It�, University of California at Santa Cruz 

	Optimality Theory:
		Dr. Alan Prince, University of Mass., at Amherst or
Purdue
	University
		Dr. Ronald Langacker, University of California, at San
Diego	

	7) History of Linguistics
		Dr. Ignacio Guzm�n Betancourt INAH, M�xico
		Dr. Beatriz Garza Cuar�n, UNAM and COLMEX
		Dr. Sylvain Aroux, Universit� de Paris, 7 and CNRS
		Dr. Hans Aarleff, Princeton University
		Dr. F.R. Palmer, University of Reading, England
		Dr. Dell Hymes, University of Pensylvania
		Dr. Herbert E. Brekle, Universit�t Regensburg, Germany
		Dr. Giulio Lepschy, University of Reading, England
		Dr. Klaus D. Dutz, Universit�t Trier, Germany
		Dr. David Cram, Oxford University
		Dr. Thomas A. Sebeok, University of Bloomington, Indiana

	8) Adquisition of Language
		Dr. Cecilia Rojas, UNAM, M�xico 
		Dr. Emilia Ferreiro - DIE-CINVESTAV-, M�xico
		Dr. Donna Jakson UNAM, M�xico
		Dr. Ruth Berman, Tel Aviv University
		Dr. Edy Veneziano, Universit� de Nancy, France
		Dr. Melisa Bowerman, Max Plank, Nimega
		Dr. Lise Memn, University of Colorado
		Dr. Michel Tomassello, Max Plank, Berlin

	9) Historical Linguistcs
		Dr. Leonardo Manrique, INAH, M�xico
		Dr. Jos� Antonio Pascual, Universidad de Salamanca,
Spain
		Dr. Manuel Alvar, Universidad Complutense de Madrid
		Dr. Jon Aske, University of California, Berkeley
		Dr. Patrick E. Marlow, University of Illinois, - Urbana
		Dr. Tim Pulju, Rice University

	10) Sociolinguistics
		Dra. Dora Pellicer, ENAH, M�xico
		Dra. Deborah Schiffrin, Georgetown University
	 	Dr. William Labov, Georgetown University	
		Dr. R. A. Hudson, Cambridge University

	11) Endangered Languages
		Dr. Ram�n Arz�palo, UNAM, M�xico
		Dr. Leonardo Manrique, INAH, M�xico
		Prof. Carlos Montemayor, Academia Mexicana de la Lengua
		Dr. Beatriz Garza Cuar�n, UNAM and COLMEX
		Dr. Stephen Wurm, National University of Canberra,
Australia
		Dr. Kenneth Hale, MIT
		Dr. Kazuto Matsumura, University of Tokyo
		Dr. Akira Yamamoto, University of Tokyo
		Dr. Willem F.H. Adelaar, University of Leiden
		Dr. Lyle Campbell, University of New York at Albany and
Univ. of
	New Zealand
		Dr. Matthias Brenzinger, Universit�t K�ln, Germany
		Dr. Ofelia Zepeda, University of Arizona

	12) Lexicology and Lexicography
		Ing. Gabriel Zaid, Academia Mexicana de la Lengua
		Dr. Guido G�mez de Silva, Academia Mexicana de la Lengua
		Dr. Jos� Antonio Pascual, Universidad de Salamanca,
Spain
		Dr. Alain Rey, Universit� de Paris
		Dr. Piet Van Sterkenburg, University of Leiden

	 Accommodations (hotels and travel agencies in Oaxaca):
	Lic. Ma. Fernanda Rule Castro
	Portal de Claver�a, sin n�mero. Telephone number: (951) 406-88
and (951)
	631-98.
	Fax: (951) 699-61
	e-mail: hmarquesprodigy.net.mx
	Note: The famous Guelaguetza Festival, when the peoples of the
state come to
	dance to the city of Oaxaca, is recognized as one of the most
beautiful
	festivals of folk art in America. It starts on July 15, for
those who want
	to attend.

	Government of the state of Oaxaca:

	Museo Tamayo
	Lic. Alicia de Esesarte
	Director 

	Universidad Mesoamericana, Unidad Oaxaca:
	Bi�logo Marco A. Moreno Nishizaki
	Dean

	Mtra. Leticia Asensio
	Academic Coordinator

	Passports and visas:
	All visitors entering Mexico must hold a valid passport and
 depending of the country they need a formal visa before their
 arrival in Mexico. The visitors of the USA and Canada just have to
 fill out a paper on their arrival.

	Registration fees: 

		 Participants	Accompanying	Students
	Before 30-04-2001 US $160	 US $80	 US $40
	>From 01-05-2000
	to 31-12-2001	
	 US $190	
	 US $90	
	 US $48
	>From 01-01-2002 
	to 20-07-2002	
	 US $230	
	 US $115	
	 US $58

	Official languages:

	Besides English and Spanish are accepted French, German and
Portuguese.The
	summaries should, like the subscription forms, must be written
in English or
	Spanish.

Early Registration Card
XVII International Congress of Linguists
Please fill this form and send it to :
Dr. Ram�n Arz�palo
Instituto de Investigaciones Antropol�gicas
Circuito Exterior sin n�mero
Ciudad Universitaria
Delegaci�n Coyoac�n
M�xico, D.F., C.P. 04510, MEXICO
E-mail: arzapaloservidor.unam.mx
Fax: (525) 665 2959 and (525) 622 9651 
Name:
Mr.___________________________________________
Ms.___________________________________________
Title:__________________________________________

Institution of Agency: _________________________________________
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Registration fees:
	Before
 04-10-2001	From 05-01-2000
to 12-31-2001	From 01-01-2002
to 07-20-2002
Participants	US $160	US $190	US $230
Accompanying	US $ 80	US $ 90	US $115
Students	US $ 40	US $ 48	US $ 58

Payment:
1. Credit card
_Mastercard		_Visa 		_Dinners
Credit Card Number:______________________________________
Expiration Date:__________________________________________
Signature:_______________________________

2. Banking transference
Account number 0076 7631 366 of CITIBANK
Answer Card
(to be filled by anyone wishing to receive the second circular)

Name:
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I wish to present a twenty minute paper (abstract to be
sent in before the 1st of October 2001)
_Yes
_ No

(a. Language Policies Nowadays, b. Lexicology, c. Pidgins,
Creoles, Languages in Contact, d. Comparative Linguistics,
e. Computer Sciences and Linguistics, f. Sign Languages,0
g. Language Standards and Norms, h. Automatic Speech
Recognition, i. Language and Fieldwork, j. Techniques for
Language Description (Phonetics, Phonology, Morphology,
Syntax, General Grammar etc.)
Sections chosen (in order of preference)

1._______________________________________________________________________

2._______________________________________________________________________
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