LINGUIST List 15.413

Sun Feb 1 2004

FYI: Summer Schools: Minimalism; Latin and Greek

Editor for this issue: Anne Clarke <annelinguistlist.org>


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  1. Tossi Ikuta, Summer Mini-Courses: Current Issues in Minimalism
  2. Janssens, Vicky, 8-Week Intensive Latin and Greek Summer School 2004, Ireland

Message 1: Summer Mini-Courses: Current Issues in Minimalism

Date: Sat, 31 Jan 2004 14:49:40 -0500 (EST)
From: Tossi Ikuta <tikutaindiana.edu>
Subject: Summer Mini-Courses: Current Issues in Minimalism


Summer Mini-Courses on Current Issues in Minimalism: A set of seven
2-week-length courses at Indiana University, Bloomington

18-Jun-2004 - 1-Jul-2004
Bloomington, Indiana, USA

http://www.indiana.edu/~lingdept/syntax/flyer.pdf 


Instructors and Mini-Courses

Cedric Boeckx (Harvard) "Merge and Move"
Zeljko Boskovic (UConn) "From GB to Minimalism"
Damir Cavar, (Indiana) "Computational Modelling"
Steven Franks (Indiana) "Topics in Slavic Morphosyntax"
Yoshi Kitagawa (Indiana) "Topics in Japanese Syntax"
Norvin Richards (MIT) "Linearizing Trees"
Juan Uriagereka (Maryland) "The Ontogenesis of Syntax"
Jan-Wouter Zwart (Groningen) "The Format of Dependency Relations"


Registration and Fees

Students, Unemployed $100 ($150 after 3 May)
Regular $250 ($300 after 3 May)

Applications must be received by Monday 3 May 2004. Application forms
are available on the web and must be accompanied by a 50% deposit.
After 3 May, registration fees will increase by $50 for each category,
as indicated.

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Message 2: 8-Week Intensive Latin and Greek Summer School 2004, Ireland

Date: Tue, 27 Jan 2004 15:01:37 -0000
From: Janssens, Vicky <V.Janssensucc.ie>
Subject: 8-Week Intensive Latin and Greek Summer School 2004, Ireland


8-WEEK INTENSIVE LATIN AND GREEK SUMMER SCHOOL
UNIVERSITY COLLEGE CORK, IRELAND 	
July 5th - August 26th 2004

The Department of Ancient Classics offers an intensive 8-week summer
school for beginners with parallel courses in Latin and Greek. The
courses are primarily aimed at postgraduate students in diverse
disciplines who need to acquire a knowledge of either of the languages
for further study and research, and at teachers whose schools would
like to reintroduce Latin and Greek into their curriculum.

In each language, 6 weeks will be spent completing the basic grammar
and a further 2 weeks will be spent reading simple, unadapted
texts. Students in the Latin course will have the option of reading
classical or medieval texts in the final 2 weeks.

For further information and an application form see our website:
http://www.ucc.ie/acad/classics/summ_sch.html
or contact Vicky Janssens, Department of Classics, University College
Cork, Ireland, tel.: +353 21 4903618/2359, fax: +353 21 4903277,
email: v.janssensucc.ie
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