LINGUIST List 13.2809

Thu Oct 31 2002

Calls: Modified CORRECTION: EPP and Phases

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  1. Martha McGinnis, Modified Re: 13.2806: CORRECTION: MIT Workshop on EPP and Phases

Message 1: Modified Re: 13.2806: CORRECTION: MIT Workshop on EPP and Phases

Date: Thu, 31 Oct 2002 09:59:48 -0700
From: Martha McGinnis <mcginnisucalgary.ca>
Subject: Modified Re: 13.2806: CORRECTION: MIT Workshop on EPP and Phases


Please note that the correct address to send the abstracts to is
marthajoalum.mit.edu, NOT mcginnisalum.mit.edu. If you sent an
abstract already, please resend it, as many were deleted by Mark
McGinnis (the real mcginnisalum.mit.edu) before he realized there was
a mix-up.

Martha McGinnis

Abstracts are invited for an Independent Activities Period (IAP) 
Workshop on EPP and Phases at MIT, January 16-18, 2003 (previously 
announced as the IAP Workshop on Phases, January 17-18). This 
workshop will provide an opportunity for linguists working on Phase 
Theory and EPP to present and discuss their work in an informal 
setting. Any empirical applications of Phase Theory and EPP are of 
interest: syntactic, semantic, morphological, or phonological. 
Presentations will include invited talks and abstract submissions.

Abstract submissions are for 20-minute presentations, to be followed 
by 10 minutes of discussion. Abstracts must be no more than one 
page, with an additional page for examples and references, if 
needed. Please use 12 point font in a 6.5" x 9" text window, or 
equivalent (corresponding to 1" margins on letter-sized paper). 
Please send abstracts by e-mail to Martha McGinnis 
(marthajoalum.mit.edu) as a Word or PDF attachment, or as plain 
text in the body of the message. The deadline for receipt of 
abstracts has been extended to October 31, 2002.

Martha McGinnis, Norvin Richards, L�a Nash, and Alec Marantz
Workshop Organizers
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