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Thu Dec 03 2009

FYI: Course Proposals: 2011 Linguistic Institute

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        1.    Martha Palmer, Course Proposals: 2011 Linguistic Institute

Message 1: Course Proposals: 2011 Linguistic Institute
Date: 02-Dec-2009
From: Martha Palmer <lsa2011colorado.edu>
Subject: Course Proposals: 2011 Linguistic Institute
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The 2011 Linguistic Institute will take place on the campus of the
University of Colorado at Boulder, with major sponsorship by the Linguistic
Society of America and the University of Colorado. The theme of the 2011
Linguistic Institute is Language in the World. The Institute focus will be
on interdisciplinary, empirically based approaches to language that
acknowledge its dual nature, as both a real-time interactional strategy and
a product of interaction.

The Institute, which will take place from July 5 to August 5, 2011, is
seeking proposals for courses to be offered at the Institute.

We plan to provide a diverse array of courses that emphasize the
contributions of data-intensive research to theories of syntax, semantics,
pragmatics, morphology, phonetics, phonology and their interactions, and
provide training in an array of research tools, including acoustic
analysis, psycholinguistic experimentation, ethnography, computational and
statistical modeling, corpus analysis and various types of fieldwork.

The call for proposals is available at:

The Institute website: http://verbs.colorado.edu/LSA2011/index.html

The deadline for receiving course proposals is January 15, 2010. Web-based
submission for proposals will be available in mid December, 2009.

Linguistic Field(s): General Linguistics

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