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LINGUIST List 18.2965

Thu Oct 11 2007

Confs: Typology/USA

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Message 1: Association for Linguistic Typology biennial meeting
Date: 08-Oct-2007
From: Johanna Nichols <johannaberkeley.edu>
Subject: Association for Linguistic Typology biennial meeting
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Association for Linguistic Typology biennial meeting
Short Title: ALT 8

Date: 24-Jul-2009 - 27-Jul-2009
Location: Berkeley, California, USA
Contact: Johanna Nichols
Contact Email: johannaberkeley.edu

Linguistic Field(s): Typology

Meeting Description:

ALT 8: In connection with the LSA Linguistic Institute.

The purpose of the Association for Linguistic Typology (ALT), founded
in March 1994 and currently claiming more than 500 members, is to
advance the scientific study of typology, that is, of cross-linguistic
diversity and the patterns underlying it. To that end ALT seeks:

To further mutual awareness, dialogue, and co-operation within the
international community of typologists

To give typology a higher profile within as well as outside
linguistics, and in particular to act as an interest group of
typologists in relation to the world of science and science funding


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