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LINGUIST List 21.2928

Thu Jul 15 2010

Confs: Austronesian, Historical Ling, Lang Acquisition,Ling Theories/USA

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        1.    Greg Scontras, Austronesian Formal Linguistics Association XVIII

Message 1: Austronesian Formal Linguistics Association XVIII
Date: 14-Jul-2010
From: Greg Scontras <scontrasfas.harvard.edu>
Subject: Austronesian Formal Linguistics Association XVIII
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Austronesian Formal Linguistics Association XVIII
Short Title: AFLA XVIII

Date: 04-Mar-2011 - 06-Mar-2011
Location: Cambridge, MA, USA
Contact: Lauren Eby
Contact Email: lrebyfas.harvard.edu

Linguistic Field(s): General Linguistics; Historical Linguistics; Language
Acquisition; Linguistic Theories

Language Family(ies): Austronesian
Meeting Description:

The Department of Linguistics at Harvard University will host the 18th annual
meeting of the Austronesian Formal Linguistics Association. The conference
dates are March 4-6, 2011.

AFLA is an organization which promotes the study of Austronesian languages from
a formal perspective. We will elicit talks on all aspects of formal linguistics
(e.g. language acquisition, morphology, phonology, phonetics, semantics, syntax)
of Austronesian languages. Also, this year we will incorporate a historical
linguistics component. In addition to promoting the formal study of Austronesian
languages, we especially encourage work by speaker-linguists and junior scholars.
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