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Message 1: IsCLL

Date: Thu, 11 Jul 91 09:08 U
From: <HSPHIL%TWNAS886.BITNET%CUNYVM.CUNY.EDURICEVM1.RICE.EDU>
Subject: IsCLL
I. Tentative Program
We received an extremely warm response to our call for papers. Our reviewers
and program committee worked very hard to select 27 papers out of the 110
submissions.
II. Registration
The deadline for pre-registration is July 15. Please use the enclosed
registration form. You can remit the fees either through Taiwan Post Office
to Ho dah-an or by international money order to Chu-Ren Huang. Please take
note that since the Academic Activity Center at Academia Sinica has just
announced a price hike, conference participants who wish to stay there in
addition to the four conference nights(i.e. August8-11) will have to pay the
new price. The new price is N.T. $500/night(US $20) for a single room, and
N.T. $800/night(US $30)for a double room.
VI. Contact Address
Please address any question regarding IsCLL II to:
Email:hsphiltwnas886.bitnet or hschurentwnas886.bitnet/FAX:886-2-7868834
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Message 2: call for papers on the acquisition of phonology

Date: Wed, 17 Jul 91 14:37 MET
From: "Norval Smith <NSMITH%ALF.LET.UVA.NLRICEVM1.RICE.EDU>
Subject: call for papers on the acquisition of phonology
 CALL FOR PAPERS
As a follow up to the NIAS project on the Logical Problem of
Language Acquisition, and the GLOW workshop on the Acquisition
of Phonology, we wish to put together a volume of papers. The
volume is to be published by Kluwer. Our aim is to focus on
learnability in phonology with an emphasis on the issues
raised by current research on phonological theory. In this we
are aiming for a synthesis of empirical and experimental
studies and theoretical studies. We invite papers which
address issues in the acquisition and learnability of
phonology. In the process of putting the book together we
will encourage discussion and commentary of papers between the
authors.
In order that we may assess interest please reply immediately
to:
 Toni Borowsky: - SURF126kub.nl (before 30/7/91)
 - genlingalf.let.uva.nl
if you are interested in submitting a paper or have any
questions, suggestions, ideas. Please pass this message on to
anyone else you think may be interested.
 Sincerely,
 Toni Borowsky, Elan Dresher, Harry van der Hulst
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