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LINGUIST List 16.1393

Mon May 02 2005

FYI: Summer School in CogSci/Ling, St Petersburg Russia

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        1.    John Bailyn, Summer School in CogSci/Ling, St Petersburg Russia

Message 1: Summer School in CogSci/Ling, St Petersburg Russia
Date: 01-May-2005
From: John Bailyn <jbailynnotes.cc.sunysb.edu>
Subject: Summer School in CogSci/Ling, St Petersburg Russia

St. Petersburg State University (St. Petersburg, Russia) is proud to be
hosting the 3rd Annual New York-St. Petersburg Institute of Cognitive and
Cultural Studies, July 4-29, 2005 in beautiful St. Petersburg, Russia. NYI
offers seminars in Linguistics and Cognitive Studies as well as in
Comparative Film and Literature, Gender Studies, Media and Global Studies
and other areas of the Humanities and Social Sciences.

Instruction is in English.

Applications are accepted from undergraduate and graduate students of the
humanities and social sciences from all major institutions. Students must
attend the entire 4-week program.

Full program information, including list of 2005 seminars, as well as
application instructions, is available on the Institute website:


Faculty offering seminars in Linguistics and Cognitive Studies, July 2005:

John Bailyn (Stony Brook)
Vladimir Borschev (Russian Academy of Sciences)
Janet Fodor (CUNY)
Jerry Fodor (Rutgers)
Stephanie Harves (Pamona College)
Bob Hoberman (Stony Brook)
Andrew Nevins (Harvard)
Christopher Potts (UMass Amherst)
Barbara Partee (UMass Amherst & RGGU, Moscow)
Cilene Rodrigues (Univ. of Brasilia)

Extended application deadline for 2005 session:
May 16, 2005

For more information, please see the Institute website.

Linguistic Field(s): Cognitive Science
General Linguistics
Linguistic Theories
Philosophy of Language
Writing Systems

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