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Wed Aug 27 2003

Confs: Semantics/Frankfurt am Main, Germany

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  1. C.Meier, Sinn und Bedeutung VIII

Message 1: Sinn und Bedeutung VIII

Date: Wed, 27 Aug 2003 10:58:14 +0000
From: C.Meier <>
Subject: Sinn und Bedeutung VIII

Sinn und Bedeutung VIII - 8th Annual Meeting of the Gesellschaft f�r

Date: 29-SEP-03 - 01-OCT-03
Location: Frankfurt am Main, Germany
Contact: Cecile Meier
Contact Email: 
Meeting URL:

Linguistic Sub-field: Semantics 

Meeting Description:

The ''Sinn und Bedeutung'' meetings aim to provide a platform for
semanticists to present recent work. The area of interest includes all
topics from current semantic research: formal semantics, cognitive
semantics, descriptive semantics, typological semantics, historical
semantics, philosophy of language etc.


The University of Frankfurt in Frankfurt am Main (Germany) is hosting
"Sinn und Bedeutung VIII" (8th Meeting of the Gesellschaft fuer
Semantik 2003) from September 29 until October 1, 2003.

The invited speakers for this year's meeting are:

 Sigrid Beck (University of Connecticut),
 Hans Kamp (Universitaet Stuttgart), and
 Robert van Rooy (University of Amsterdam).

In addition there will be two parallel sessions (three on Tuesday
afternoon) with a total of 35 talks devoted to several topics in

The PRELIMINARY PROGRAM of the conference is now available at

Please also visit our home page for travel and local information.

Please register as soon as possible. The registration fee will be 25
Euro for non-students and 10 Euro for students and payable in cash on

For further inquiries concerning Sinn und Bedeutung VIII, please
contact the Organizing Committee at

Elke Hoehe-Kupfer
Cecile Meier
Christian Plunze
Malte Zimmermann
Thomas E. Zimmermann 
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