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Tue 19 Nov 1991

Confs: Semantics and Theory, SCIL 5, WCCFL XI

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  1. Chris Barker, Call for papers: Conference on Semantics and Linguistic Theory
  2. Student Conference in Linguistics, Site for SCIL V
  3. Luc Moritz, WCCFL XI: LAST CALL FOR PAPERS

Message 1: Call for papers: Conference on Semantics and Linguistic Theory

Date: Mon, 18 Nov 91 14:49:51 EST
From: Chris Barker <barkershs.ohio-state.edu>
Subject: Call for papers: Conference on Semantics and Linguistic Theory
 ANNOUNCEMENT AND CALL FOR PAPERS
 SALT II
The second annual meeting of the conference on SEMANTICS AND LINGUISTIC
THEORY will be held at OHIO STATE UNIVERSITY from 1 MAY TO 3 MAY 1992.
Invited speakers include:
 JEROEN GROENENDIJK, University of Amsterdam
 LAURENCE R. HORN, Yale University
 ANGELIKA KRATZER, University of Massachusetts at Amherst
 WILLIAM A. LADUSAW, University of California, Santa Cruz
 ANNA SZABOLCSI, University of California, Los Angeles
Submitted papers are welcome on any topic relevant to the semantic
analysis of natural language within a formal linguistic theory.
Anonymous abstracts one to three pages in length (less than 1200 words)
MUST BE RECEIVED BY 15 JANUARY, and the conference program will
be announced in mid-February. Submitted papers will receive 30
minutes for presentation and 10 minutes for discussion. The local
organizing committee (Chris Barker, David Dowty, and Craige Roberts)
gratefully acknowledges the sponsorship of the College of Humanities,
the Department of Linguistics, and the Center for Cognitive Science,
all at Ohio State University. Correspondence via e-mail is encouraged,
including submission of abstracts. Please indicate whether you would
like to receive further announcements through e-mail or through postal
mail, whether you plan to submit an abstract, and whether you plan to
attend the conference. E-mail should be sent to saltling.ohio-state.edu;
postal mail should be sent to SALT / Center for Cognitive Science /
208 Ohio Stadium East / 1961 Tuttle Park Place / Columbus, OH 43210;
phone: 614/292-3503; FAX: 614/292-0321.
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Message 2: Site for SCIL V

Date: Sun, 17 Nov 91 22:33:46 EST
From: Student Conference in Linguistics <scilling.ohio-state.edu>
Subject: Site for SCIL V
Hello everyone,
let us first take this opportunity to remind all students that the deadline
for next year's SCIL conference is coming up in a month and a half and also
to encourage you to send in abstracts. Below you'll find another call for
papers. The other reason that we're posting this message is to see
who might be interested in hosting SCIL V in 1993.
After hosting the first three conferences, the folks at MIT thought it
was time to take a break and to let someone else take over. So in 1992, it's
OSU's turn. Ideally, we should have a different place hosting SCIL every
year (with the proceedings centrally published through MIT).
So, if there are students at departments in North America who would like to
host SCIL in 1993, they should contact us sometime before the next business
meeting at the conference in April.
 --Andreas Kathol
 (for the organizing committee)
please post
		 STUDENT CONFERENCE IN LINGUISTICS
 SCIL IV
 CALL FOR PAPERS
The Student Linguistic Association at the Ohio State University
is pleased to announce that it will host the fourth annual
Student Conference in Linguistics, to be held April 4-5, 1992.
Any student who will not have a Ph.D. by April 1992 is welcome
to submit a paper in any area of linguistic study, written in any
theoretical framework. All papers accepted will be published
in the MIT Working Papers in Linguistics.
Speakers will be allowed 30 minutes for presentation and 10 minutes
for questions. To submit an abstract, send five copies of an
anonymous one-page proposal by
	January 1, 1992
Abstracts should be accompanied by a single 3 x 5 card with:
1. title of the paper
2. the author's name
3. the author's affiliation
4. address and phone number
5. e-mail address
Send inquiries or entries to:
	SCIL IV
	Department of Linguistics
	204 Cunz Hall
	1841 Millikin Rd.
	Ohio State University
	Columbus, OH 43210
	USA
Or send e-mail to:
	SCILling.ohio-state.edu
Accomodation for participants of the conference will be provided.
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Message 3: WCCFL XI: LAST CALL FOR PAPERS

Date: Mon, 18 Nov 91 09:09 PST
From: Luc Moritz <IZZYBR3UCLAMVS.bitnet>
Subject: WCCFL XI: LAST CALL FOR PAPERS
Thanks for posting the following message:
The last minute to send your abstracts for WCCFL XI at UCLA is getting
dangerously close. This is a final reminder of the call for papers:
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 * WCCFL XI/1992 AT UCLA *
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 * CALL FOR PAPERS *
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You are invited to submit abstracts for 20 minute papers to be presented at
the Eleventh West Coast Conference on Formal Linguistics (WCCFL XI) which
will be held at UCLA, February 21-23, 1992. Papers representing all aspects
of formal linguistics will be considered.
Abstracts should be anonymous, no more than one page, single spaced, with
all margins at least one inch wide, and typed in 12 point type or larger. An
additional page with examples and references may be included. Submissions
are limited to 1 individual and/or 1 collective abstract per person. Ten
copies of the abstract along with a 3" by 5" card with paper title, name of
author(s), affiliation, address, phone number and e-mail address should be
sent to:
WCCFL XI Abstract Committee
UCLA Dept. of Linguistics
405 Hilgard Avenue
Los Angeles, CA 90024-1543
Deadline for receipt of abstracts is November 30, 1991.
Late abstracts will only be reviewed if postmarked by november 25, 1991.
No abstract arriving after December 6, 1991 will be reviewed.
Conference schedule and further announcements to be issued later. Inquiries
may be addressed via e-mail to : wccflcognet.ucla.edu
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