LINGUIST List 14.3063

Mon Nov 10 2003

FYI: Open Inaugural Lecture; Call for Proposals

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  1. zp2, Open Inaugural Lecture, School of Oriental and African Studies
  2. Marcus Kracht, NASSLLI04 Call for Proposals

Message 1: Open Inaugural Lecture, School of Oriental and African Studies

Date: Mon, 3 Nov 2003 14:07:16 -0500
From: zp2 <zp2soas.ac.uk>
Subject: Open Inaugural Lecture, School of Oriental and African Studies

 
Open Inaugural lecture
 
The Life, Death and Life of Languages. 

Professor Peter Austin, M�rit Rausing Chair in Field Linguistics, and
Director, Endangered Languages Academic Programme. 5.30pm Monday 17th
November 2003. Lecture Theatre, Brunei, Gallery, SOAS, University of
London, Thornhaugh Street, Russell Square, London WC1H OXG, UK.
 
ALL WELCOME, enquiries to +44 (0)20 7898 4075


Zara Pybus
Administrator
Endangered Languages Academic Programme
Department of Linguistics
School of Oriental and African Studies
Thornhaugh Street
Russell Square
London WC1H 0XG
United Kingdom
 
website http://www.hrelp.org
 
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Message 2: NASSLLI04 Call for Proposals

Date: Tue, 4 Nov 2003 09:12:28 -0800
From: Marcus Kracht <krachthumnet.ucla.edu>
Subject: NASSLLI04 Call for Proposals


NASSLLI04 

June 21-25, UCLA, Los Angeles

(North American Summer School in Logic, Language and Information 2004)

CALL for PROPOSALS

The third NASSLLI (after a successful start with NASSLLI02 in Stanford
and NASSLLI03 in Bloomington) will be held at UCLA, June 21 - 25,
2004. The summer school will consist of a number of courses and
workshops, selected on the basis of the proposals. Proposals are
invited that present interdisciplinary work between the areas of
logic, linguistics, computer science, philosophy and artificial
intelligence, though work in just one area is within the scope of the
summer school if it can be applied in other fields.

Submission Details:
Submissions should indicate
1) person(s) and affiliation 
2) type of event (one week course or workshop, 2 hours a day) 
3) an outline of the course up to 500 words 
4) an indication of whether special equipment is needed to
	teach that course (beamer, computer ...)
5) a statement about the instructor's experience in teaching 
	in interdisciplinary settings
6) expected costs (whether you want to be paid hotel and/or travel, 
	or whether you are able to find funding)

Final Material:
We expect material for the actual courses at least *one month* ahead
of the conference if harcopies of any material are to be made
available by us.

Financial Details:
A course may be taught by one or two persons. Conference fees are
waived for all instructors. However, we are only able to pay for the
full travel and expenses of one instructor per course. If two persons
are lecturing, they may share a lump sum paid for both. Workshops are
more complicated, and a proposal for a workshop should include a plan
to obtain some outside funcing for the speakers.

Important Note:
To give us an idea about the number of submissions, we would like you
to email us within two weeks in case you are interested in submitting
a proposal. This will not commit you to actually submit one.

Deadline for submission: 
31.01.2004

Program Committee:
Dominique Sportiche, UCLA, chair
Mai Gehrke, New Mexico State University
John Horty, University of Maryland
Mark Johnson, Brown University
Phokion Kolaitis, UC Santa Cruz
Marcus Kracht, UCLA
Philippe Schlenker, UCLA
Ed Stabler, UCLA

Website:
News will be posted at
http://www.linguistics.ucla.edu/nasslli04

If you are interested in NASSLLI03:
http://www.linguistics.ucla.edu/nasslli04/2003

Inquiries can be sent to the following email address:
nasslli04humnet.ucla.edu

Alternatively, you may send a letter to
Marcus Kracht
Department of Linguistics, UCLA
3125 Campbell Hall
405 Hilgard Avenue
PO Box 951543
Los Angeles, CA 90095-1543
USA
krachthumnet.ucla.edu

Website:
News will be posted at
http://www.linguistics.ucla.edu/nasslli04
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