LINGUIST List 13.2831

Sat Nov 2 2002

FYI: 2003 LSA Institute, Michigan St. U, Lansing MI

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  1. Dennis R. Preston, 2003 LSA Institute, at Michigan State Univ in East Lansing MI

Message 1: 2003 LSA Institute, at Michigan State Univ in East Lansing MI

Date: Sat, 2 Nov 2002 09:19:32 -0500
From: Dennis R. Preston <>
Subject: 2003 LSA Institute, at Michigan State Univ in East Lansing MI


2003 LSA Institute, June 30 - August 8, 2003

Sponsored by 
The Linguistic Society of America & 
The Department of Linguistics and Germanic, Slavic, Asian and African
Languages, Michigan State University

Theme: Language, Mind & Culture

Nearly 90 courses in all areas of linguistics, taught by nearly 100 of
the world's best-known linguists, will be offered at the 2003 LSA
Institute at Michigan State University in East Lansing, Michigan.
Seven introductory courses run the entire 6 weeks; the remainder are
offered in 3-week blocks from June 30th to July 18th or from July 21st
to August 8th. There are both introductory and advanced courses in the
3-week sessions, and all courses are open to graduate and
undergraduate students and Institute Affiliates (nonstudents). A
variety of concurrent events (workshops, conferences) will be held in
conjunction with the regular coursework of the Institute, and the
Sapir, Collitz, and Forum Lecture Series include

	Edward Sapir Professor: Ray Jackendoff
	Hermann & Klara Collitz Professor: John Rickford
 	Forum lecturers:
	Janet Dean Fodor, Jane Hill, William Labov, and Michael Tanenhaus

For complete, up-to-date information, including course, conference,
and workshop schedules, visit the Institute website:

Registration information and forms will be available on the website in
late November, 2002. A brochure will be distributed to departments of
linguistics around the first of December, 2002, and individual copies
can be requested by e-mailing us at

or writing to us at

LSA 2003
A-740 Wells Hall
Michigan State University
East Lansing, MI 48824-1027 USA

We look forward to welcoming you to East Lansing next summer.

Dennis R. Preston
Director, 2003 LSA Institute
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