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Sun Mar 12 2000

Confs: Postgrad Linguistics Conf/U of Manchester, UK

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Message 1: The Ninth Annual PG Linguistics Conference Uni of Manchester, UK

Date: Sun, 12 Mar 2000 22:35:53 +0000
From: winnie yiu <sze.m.yiustud.man.ac.uk>
Subject: The Ninth Annual PG Linguistics Conference Uni of Manchester, UK

The Ninth Annual Postgraduate Linguistics Conference University of
Manchester, UK

 March 25, 2000


The Ninth Annual Postgraduate Linguistics Conference at the University
of Manchester, will be held on Saturday, March 25, 2000. The
conference is organized by postgraduates for postgraduates, in order
to share ideas and present research.

The guest speaker is Prof. Andrew Spencer of the University of Essex,
who will be speaking about the morphology-syntax interface. There are
24 papers by students, on a variety of linguistic topics.


Students of all Universities are all welcome to come. The registration
fee will be �9 for everybody. We heartily encourage all students,
linguistic students in particular, to come and join us for the
conference. We would also like to invite all of you to join us for the
lunch, which is �6, and the farewell drink which will be held at the
end of the day. Lunch must be booked in advance.

Anyone interested in attending should have a look at the website for
the event at

http://lings.ln.man.ac.uk/html/pgconference/pgchome.html

or contact Zoe Moores on pgcman.ac.uk

Registeration Fee can be paied in advance by post payable to the
University of Manchester snd send to the following address, or pat upon
arrival.

Winneie Yiu
Dept. of Linguistics
University of Manchester
Oxford Rd.,
Manchester M13 9PL
England


An online registration form is available at
http://lings.ln.man.ac.uk/html/pgconference/pgchome.html


Thank you.

The PG Conference committee
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