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Mon Jan 8 2001

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  1. Michael Flier, American Committee of Slavists Call for Papers
  2. Catherine Piliere, Logical Aspects of Computational Linguistics - LACL 2001

Message 1: American Committee of Slavists Call for Papers

Date: Sat, 30 Dec 2000 23:02:47 -0500 (EST)
From: Michael Flier <>
Subject: American Committee of Slavists Call for Papers

The extension <.edu> was inadvertently left out of the Website for the
American Committee of Slavists. It has been corrected below.

Call for Papers

January 1, 2001

The American Committee of Slavists (ACS) hereby issues a call for papers
for the XIII International Congress of Slavists in Ljubljana, Slovenia,
15-21 August 2003, to determine the composition of the American delegation

Eligibility. To be considered, an applicant must, without exception, have

 1) a regular (not occasional) academic position (including
 emeritus status) in an American college or university;

 2) a Ph.D. in hand by April 15, 2001, the deadline date
 for the submission of the abstract.

 Application. Qualified applicants must submit an application form
 and accompanying materials by March 1, 2001, to

 Prof. Robert A. Rothstein, Secretary-Treasurer
 American Committee of Slavists
 Department of Judaic Studies
 741 Herter Hall
 University of Massachusetts
 Amherst, MA 01003-3935

 Abstract. Applicants must submit a one-page abstract of the paper
 in three (3) copies by April 15, 2001, to:

 Prof. Michael S. Flier, Chairman
 American Committee of Slavists
 Department of Slavic Languages and Literatures
 Harvard University
 Barker Center, 12 Quincy Street
 Cambridge, MA 02138

Please consult the ACS website at for

 =application form (downloadable)
 =guidelines for preparing the abstract
 =calendar of deadlines
 =style sheet with guidelines for preparing the written paper
 =information on the International Congress of Slavists


Michael S. Flier
Chairman, American Committee of Slavists


Dept. of Slavic Languages and Literatures
Harvard University
Barker Center, 12 Quincy Street
Cambridge, MA 02138	

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TEL (617) 495-4065 [Slavic Department]
 (617) 495-4054 [Linguistics Department]
 (617) 495-7833 [Harvard Ukrainian Research Institute] 
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Message 2: Logical Aspects of Computational Linguistics - LACL 2001

Date: Wed, 27 Dec 2000 19:50:25 +0100
From: Catherine Piliere <>
Subject: Logical Aspects of Computational Linguistics - LACL 2001


 Third Call for Papers

 LACL 2001

 4th International Conference on

 June 27 -- 29, 2001
 Le Croisic, France

 Submission Deadline: January 29, 2001


 ---------------------------- HISTORY ----------------------------

 The LACL series of conferences aims at providing a forum for the
 presentation and discussion of current research in all the formal
 and logical aspects of computational linguistics. It started as a
 workshop held in Nancy (France), in 1995. Due to its success, it
 was turned, the next year, into a international conference. 
 LACL'96 and '97 have both been held in Nancy (France). LACL'98 has
 been held in Grenoble (France). Selected papers from LACL'95 appear
 in a special issue of Journal of Logic Language and Information,
 7(4), 1998. The proceedings of LACL'96 and 97 appear as volumes
 1328 and 1582 of Lecture Notes in Artificial Intelligence. The
 proceedings of LACL'98 are in press with the same series.

 ----------------------------- SCOPE -----------------------------

 Typical topics include, but are not limited to:

 Categorial grammars, Categorial type logics, Compositionality,
 Discourse representation theory, Dynamics, Feature Logics,
 Formal language theory, Game-theoretical semantics, Grammatical
 inference, Learning theory, Linear logical frameworks, Minimalism,
 Modal logics, Montague semantics, Parsing as deduction, Proof-
 theoretic approaches, Situation semantics and situation theory,
 Type-theoretic approaches.

 ----------------------- SUBMISSION GUIDELINES --------------------

 Authors are invited to submit a full paper not exceeding 15 standard
 A4 or US quarto pages. The paper should allow the Programme
 Committee to assess the merits of the work. In particular,
 references and comparisons with related work should be included.
 Submission of material already published or submitted to other
 conferences with published proceedings is not allowed.

 Electronic submission is highly recommended. A postscript version
 of the paper should be sent as an e-mail to:

 to arrive by January 29, 2001. 

 Authors are strongly encouraged to use LaTeX2e and the Springer
 llncs class file

 In addition, a separate e-mail containing the title of the paper,
 authors' names and addresses, and a short abstract in plain ASCII
 format should be sent to the same e-mail address.

 If electronic submission is not possible, authors may submit four
 hard copies of the paper by post to the following address:

 LACL 2001 (Attention: G. Morrill)
 UPC, Departament de LSI
 Campus Nord - Modul C6
 Jordi Girona Salgado, 1-3
 E-08034 Barcelona - Espanya

 ------------------------------ URL -----------------------------

 ------------------------- IMPORTANT DATES ----------------------

 Deadline for Submissions: January 29, 2001
 Notification to Authors: March 26, 2001
 Final Versions due: April 20, 2001

 ---------------------- CONFERENCE PROCEEDINGS ------------------

 The accepted papers will be published as a volume of Springer
 Lecture Notes in AI. This will be available at the time of the

 ------------------------- PROGRAM COMMITTEE --------------------

 W. Buszkowski (Poznan)
 R. Crouch, (Palo Alto)
 A. Dikovsky (Nantes)
 M. Dymetman (Grenoble)
 C. Gardent (Saarbrucken)
 P. de Groote (Nancy), co-chair
 M. Kanazawa (Tokyo)
 G. Morrill (Barcelona), co-chair
 R. Muskens (Tilburg)
 F. Pfenning (Pittsburgh)
 B. Rounds, (Ann Arbor)
 E. Stabler (Los Angeles)

 ----------------------- ORGANIZING COMMITTEE -------------------

 B. Daille (Nantes)
 A. Dikovsky (Nantes)
 A. Foret (Rennes)
 E. Lebret (Rennes)
 C. Piliere (Nancy), publicity chair
 C. Retore (Rennes), chair
 P. Sebillot (Rennes)

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