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Date: Tue, 1 Dec 92 13:31:37 EST1993 LINGUISTIC INSTITUTE AT THE OHIO STATE UNIVERSITY
From: Brian D Joseph <bjosephmagnus.acs.ohio-state.edu>
Subject: 1993 LINGUISTIC INSTITUTE AT THE OHIO STATE UNIVERSITY

1993 LINGUISTIC INSTITUTE AT THE OHIO STATE UNIVERSITY

The 57th Linguistic Institute, sponsored by the Linguistic Society
of America and co-sponsored by the Association for Computational
Linguistics and the American Association for Artificial Intelligence,
will be held this coming summer, from June 28th through August
6, 1993, in Columbus, Ohio, hosted by the Department of
Linguistics of The Ohio State University.


The theme for the Institute is "Interfaces". There will be 68
courses covering phonetics, phonology, morphology, syntax,
semantics, pragmatics, computational linguistics, historical
linguistics, psycholinguistics, and sociolinguistics, all at
introductory through advanced levels. In addition, there will be
courses on topics in the grammar of particular languages
(Albanian, Chichewa, Estonian, German, and Javanese) and a set of
advanced seminars on interfaces between different components of
grammar, e.g. on the morphology-syntax interface, the
phonetics-phonology interface, etc.


Besides these courses, a number of conferences and workshops have
been planned around the Institute. The 31st annual meeting of the
Association for Computational Linguistics will take place in the
week before the Institute, from June 22 to 26, the annual meeting
of the Society for the Study of the Indigenous Languages of the
Americas will take place during the first week of July, a conference
on Language and Gender will take place from July 16 to 18, the
24th Conference on African Linguistics will take place from July
23 to 25, and the 10th Eastern States Conference on Linguistics
will be held from August 6 to 8. Among the topics for workshops
scheduled for the Institute are Modality and Tense, Head-Driven
Phrase Structure Grammar, Greek Linguistics, Phonology, Second
Position Clitics, and Linguistic Pseudoscience.


A brief description of the Institute classes and activities, together
with application and fellowship forms, is to be found in the June
1992 issue of the LSA Bulletin, and a more detailed and complete
account (a 75-page booklet) with all relevant forms will be
available on December 7. For more information on the Institute or
to request a booklet, write to Linguistic Institute, Department of
Linguistics, The Ohio State University, Columbus, OH 43210, or send a
message by e-mail to linginstling.ohio-state.edu.
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