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Monday, 27 May 1991

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  1. Peter Cole, NELS 1991
  2. "DONALD E. HARDY", Call for papers

Message 1: NELS 1991

Date: Tue, 21 May 91 13:17:29 EDT
From: Peter Cole <AXR00786%UDELVM.bitnetVTVM2.CC.VT.EDU>
Subject: NELS 1991

The 22nd meeting of NELS will be organized
by the Linguistics Department
at the University of Delaware
from October 25th through 27th, 1991.

A call for papers has been mailed out; the deadline for abstracts is
August 1st, 1991. Please submit three copies of a one-page abstract (without
name) and a 3"X5" card giving name, title of paper, affiliation, address,
phone number, and e-mail if applicable:

Katrien Christie
Linguistics Department
University of Delaware
Newark, DE 19716
phone: (302) 451 6806
e-mail: katrienbrahms.udel.edu

NELS will be followed by the conference on
Language, Language Policy and Education in the Andes,
at the University of Delaware from October 28th through 30th, 1991.
Deadline for abstracts: June 1st, 1991.

z katrien brahms 5/20/91
'katrienbrahms.udel pcoleudel.edu 5/20/91 nels
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Message 2: Call for papers

Date: Thu, 23 May 1991 15:55 CST
From: "DONALD E. HARDY" <HHARDYvaxb.acs.unt.edu>
Subject: Call for papers
 CALL FOR PAPERS


 SPECIAL ISSUE OF

 LANGUAGE AND LITERATURE


 LINGUISTICS AND LITERARY THEORY:

 CROSSCURRENTS OF INFLUENCE

A 1992 special issue of LANGUAGE AND LITERATURE will be devoted to
crosscurrents of influence between linguistic theory and literary
theory/criticism. Ideal papers would critically explore one
particular interface between linguistics and literary theory or
criticism, such as orality/literacy, ordinary/literary language,
translation, stylistics, narratology, dialogue, discourse analysis,
pragmatics, etc. Papers which are accepted for publication must
be in final form and to the guest editor by December 15, 1991.
Please send inquiries, abstracts or completed papers for review to the
address below:


 Professor Donald E. Hardy
 English Department
 University of North Texas
 P.O. Box 13827
 Denton, Texas 76203-3827

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