LINGUIST List 4.129

Sat 27 Feb 1993

Confs: US Spanish; Georgetown; AI & NLP

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  1. Robert . Bayley, Conference announcement: US Spanish
  2. Helen Karn, Programs available: Pre-sessions of the Georgetown U. Round Table 1993
  3. Sandra Manzi, AI and NLP Symposium, Geneva Sept. 6-9, 1993

Message 1: Conference announcement: US Spanish

Date: Sun, 14 Feb 93 12:40:37 CSConference announcement: US Spanish
From: Robert . Bayley <rbayleylonestar.utsa.edu>
Subject: Conference announcement: US Spanish

 CALL FOR PAPERS

 EL ESPANOL EN LOS ESTADOS UNIDOS XIV

 Theme: The Languages of U.S. Hispanics

 University of Texas at San Antonio
 and the Institute of Texan Cultures

 October 8-11, 1993

 Call for papers on:

 U.S. Spanish and Hispanic Englishes, including, but not limited to
 phonology, morphology, syntax, lexicon, variation, language use
 patterns, literature of U.S. Hispanics, language maintenance and
 shift, code-switching, language and public life, etc.

Send a one page anonymous abstract by June 1, 1993. Put author(s) name(s),
affiliation(s), address & phone ##s on a 3X5 index card. Sorry, snail mail
submissions only, please.

 Mail Spanish abstracts to:

 MaryEllen Garcia
 Division of Foreign Languages
 University of Texas at San Antonio
 San Antonio, TX 78249
 Ph: 210/691-5233

 Mail English abstracts to:

 Robert Bayley
 Division of Bicultural-Bilingual Studies
 University of Texas at San Antonio
 San Antonio, TX 28249
 Ph: 210/691-5577
 email: rbayleylonestar.utsa.edu
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Message 2: Programs available: Pre-sessions of the Georgetown U. Round Table 1993

Date: Sat, 27 Feb 1993 01:32 ESTPrograms available: Pre-sessions of the Georgetown U. Round Table 1993
From: Helen Karn <HKARNguvax.acc.georgetown.edu>
Subject: Programs available: Pre-sessions of the Georgetown U. Round Table 1993


 Pre-Sessions: The Georgetown University Round Table
 on Languages and Linguistics 1993

 Tuesday, March 9, 1993 and Wednesday, March 10, 1993

 Intercultural Center, Georgetown University, Washington, DC

 Program information is now available for the 15 pre-sessions
of GURT 1993. On-site registration for the two-day pre-sessions is
$35.00. To request the program(s) of the following sessions, please
contact: Helen Karn, GURT 1993 Coordinator, 303 Intercultural Center,
Georgetown University, Washington, D.C. 20057-1067 or call (202)
687-5726, fax (202) 687-5712, or email gurtguvax.georgetown.edu (or)
gurtguvax.bitnet.

Tuesday, March 9, 1993

City Voices: Sociolinguistic Reports from the Field
 Organizer: Peter Patrick, Georgetown University

East Asian Software Symposium
 Organizers: Michael McCaskey and Patricia O'Neill,
 Georgetown University

Discourse Analysis: Written texts with special focus on
 intertextuality
 Organizer: Heidi Hamilton, Georgetown University

Issues in Slavic Linguistics
 Organizer: Victor Lychyk, Georgetown University

Applied Linguistics: Focus on Form - What is it?
 Organizer: Catherine Doughty, Georgetown University

Linguistic, Cultural, and Pedagogical Issues in Chinese
 Acquisition (Panel Discussion)
 Organizer: Weiping Wu, Georgetown University

Spanish Linguistics (Day 1)
 Organizers: Hector Campos and Eric Holt,
 Georgetown University

Wednesday, March 10, 1993

Corpus-based Linguistics
 Organizer: Catherine Ball, Georgetown University

Beyond Acquisition: Language Practices of Older Children
 Organizers: Susan Hoyle, Georgetown University and
 Carolyn Adger, University of Maryland

Spanish Linguistics (Day 2)
 Organizers: Hector Campos and Eric Holt,
 Georgetown University

Portuguese Linguistics
 Organizer: Clea Rameh, Georgetown University

Linguistic, Cultural, and Pedagogical Issues in Chinese
 Acquisition
 Organizer: Weiping Wu, Georgetown University

Teaching Business in the Foreign Language Classroom
 Organizer: Madeleine Soudee, Georgetown University and
 Elizabeth Martin, University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign

African Linguistics IV
 Organizer: Solomon Sara, Georgetown University

National Foreign Language Resource Center
 Organizer: Richard T. Thompson, Georgetown University

A Multi-media Sampling
 Organizer: Jackie Tanner, Georgetown University

Fourteenth Annual Meeting of the Academic Alliance of Greater
Washington
 Organizers: Maria Wilmeth, U.S.D.A. and Dorothy Goodman,
 Institute for Crucial Languages
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Message 3: AI and NLP Symposium, Geneva Sept. 6-9, 1993

Date: Fri, 26 Feb 1993 11:23:49 AI and NLP Symposium, Geneva Sept. 6-9, 1993
From: Sandra Manzi <sandradivsun.unige.ch>
Subject: AI and NLP Symposium, Geneva Sept. 6-9, 1993


 ************************************
 * First Announcement - Please post *
 * *
 * Symposium on AI and NLP *
 * September 6th -- 9th, 1993 *
 * Geneva, Switzerland *
 * *
 ************************************

To celebrate its 21st anniversary, ISSCO is to organize
a Symposium with the theme "Switzerland: AI and NLP"
(SwAN-21).

Contributions have been invited from past members of the
Institute, and speakers will include:

 Eugene Charniak Anne de Roeck
 Pat Hayes Mike Rosner
 Phil Hayes Roger Schank
 Rod Johnson Manfred Wettler
 Martin Kay Yorick Wilks

For further information, please contact:

 ISSCO (SwAN-21)
 54 route des Acacias
 1227 Geneva
 Switzerland

 tel.: (+41) 22 705 7115
 fax: (+41) 22 300 1086

 email: issco-admindivsun.unige.ch
 (please mention "swan-21" in the subject line)

 The 1993 IJCAI conference will take place the
 previous week in Chambery, which is approximately
 one hour and a half from Geneva by car or train.
 Intending participants may wish to take advantage
 of the temporal and geographical proximity of the
 two events by combining them into a single trip.

If you would like to receive more details, please write or
e-mail to the above address, and supply your address in
the following format:

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%I institution or company
%A address
%C city
%S country
%E email
%T telephone number
%F fax number
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