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Tue Nov 30 2010

Confs: Semantics/Belgium

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        1.     Will Harwood , Mini Course in Semantics

Message 1: Mini Course in Semantics
Date: 29-Nov-2010
From: Will Harwood <william.harwoodugent.be>
Subject: Mini Course in Semantics
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Mini Course in Semantics

Date: 28-Feb-2011 - 04-Mar-2011
Location: Gent, Belgium
Contact: Will Harwood
Contact Email: william.harwoodugent.be
Meeting URL:

Linguistic Field(s): Semantics

Meeting Description:

GIST (Gent University) is organising a mini course in semantics to be taught
by Rick Nouwen (UiL OTS, Utrecht University) for 5 days from Monday 28th
February until Friday 4th March 2011. The course will serve as an
introduction into the major issues and theories in formal semantics.

The main goal of the course is to provide a thorough understanding of
contemporary semantic theory. To this end, the focus will be on the
identification of entailment relations between sentences, while on the other
hand introducing the formal tools used to construct an explanatory model of
sentence meaning.

For more information on the specific time, location and content of the course,
please check the website. Those wishing to attend should register by sending
an email to william.harwoodugent.be
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