LINGUIST List 13.457

Mon Feb 18 2002

Calls: Lang Theory

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  1. fulk, Language Theory in the 21st Century

Message 1: Language Theory in the 21st Century

Date: Language Theory in the 21st Century
From: fulk <>
Subject: Language Theory in the 21st Century

R. D. Fulk, Class of 1964 Chancellor's Professor of English 
Dept. of English phone (812) 855-8224
Indiana University fax (812) 855-9535
120 East Kirkwood Avenue home (812) 333-1698
Bloomington, IN 47405-7103 U.S.A.
Language Theory Division, Modern Language Association of America
December 27-31, 2002
New York, New York
The theme of this year's sessions is "Language Theory in the
Twenty-First Century." Suggested topics include, but are not limited
to, the following:
	a) What does language theory encompass?
	b) Is idealization a necessity?
	c) To what extent can language theory incorporate (inter)subjectivity? 
Send a one-page abstract (hard or electronic) by March 10 to: 
Robert D. Fulk
Department of English
Ballantine Hall 442
1020 East Kirkwood Avenue
Indiana University
Bloomington, IN 47405 U.S.A.
fax: (812) 855-9535 
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