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LINGUIST List 17.1559

Sun May 21 2006

Confs: General Ling/Durham, UK

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        1.    Anders Holmberg, Linguistics Ellipsis

Message 1: Linguistics Ellipsis
Date: 19-May-2006
From: Anders Holmberg <anders.holmbergnewcastle.ac.uk>
Subject: Linguistics Ellipsis

Linguistics Ellipsis

Date: 10-Jun-2006 - 12-Jun-2006
Location: Durham, United Kingdom
Contact: Alys Mathers
Contact Email: < click here to access email >
Meeting URL: http://www.dur.ac.uk/linguistic.society

Linguistic Field(s): General Linguistics

Meeting Description:

In July 2003 the University of Durham, UK, closed the Department of Linguistics and English Language, relocating most activities to the University of Newcastle's School of English Literature, Language and Linguistics. In the context of the graduation of Durham's last cohort of undergraduate linguistics majors/single honours students in June 2006, a week-end-long event will mark the achievements of the Department and thank colleagues and friends for their support. The event kicks off with talks by former Durham staff, and an open poster conference. Informal events, including competitions (with prizes) and a party, round out the week-end.

Saturday 11 June: UNDERLYING FORMS
Elvet Riverside, Durham
10 - 2 pm
ex-Durham staff talks + open poster session
A poster submission form will be available shortly

3 - 5 pm
DLELorama Pub Quiz (with prizes)

7 pm - late
Party at ''Warehouse'', Back Silver St.

Sunday 11 June: ELLIPSIS
4 pm
Prizes awarded for the best Durham parting gesture. Stage an impressive ''goodbye'' to the department any time after the quiz and win an exciting prize!

Percy Building, University of Newcastle

5 pm
Talk by Bonnie Schwartz

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