LINGUIST List 13.1224

Thu May 2 2002

Calls: Late Call:Comparative Romance Ling/MLA

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Message 1: Comparative Romance Linguistics at MLA 2002 -- LATE CALL

Date: Thu, 02 May 2002 15:53:02 -0400
From: James S. Monk <jsm5xcms.mail.virginia.edu>
Subject: Comparative Romance Linguistics at MLA 2002 -- LATE CALL

The following Call for Papers is late because the original chair of
the panel was ill and therefore unable to organize the session. I was
made aware of the situation yesterday, May 1, and accepted to place
this call and organize the papers. I apologize for the very short
notice to submit abstracts.

- J. Monk

CALL FOR PAPERS
Comparative Romance Linguistics panel at the Modern 
Language Association Convention
New York City, December 27-30, 2002
Open topic, but papers that treat two or more Romance 
languages are preferred.
Please submit a one-page abstract for a twenty-minute 
presentation to the following address by Wednesday, May 8, 
2002. Electronic submission is preferred as we are working 
in an emergency situation.

Prof. James Monk
Dept. of Spanish, Italian and Portuguese
University of Virginia
115 Wilson Hall
Charlottesville, VA 22904
jsm5xvirginia.edu





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