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Fri 11 Jun 1993

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  1. Shoichi Iwasaki, J/K Conference (correct information)
  2. , SSILA Summer Meeting

Message 1: J/K Conference (correct information)

Date: Fri, 11 Jun 93 00:52 PDT
From: Shoichi Iwasaki <IBENAUOUCLAMVS.bitnet>
Subject: J/K Conference (correct information)


The Fourth Japanese/Korean Linguistics Conference(Formerly The
Southern California Japanese/Korean Linguistics Conference)


October 15-17, 1993

Deadline for the Submission of Abstracts: June 15, 1993

Keynote Speakers:
Professor. Masayoshi Shibatani (Kobe University)
Professor Susumu Kuno (Harvard University)

Special Session: Contrastive Study of Japanese and Korean (This
year, the conference especially encourages the presentation which
take both languages into the domain of investigation and will set
aside special slots for such comparative research.)

 This conference aims to provide a forum for presenting
research in Japanese and Korean linguistics, thereby facilitating
efforts to deepen our understanding of these two languages which
have striking typological similarities. Potential topics include, but
are not limited to: syntax, semantics, phonology, morphology,
pragmatics, historical linguistics, typology, psycholinguistics,
sociolinguistics, language acquisition, and discourse. Presentations
are 20 minutes long, and will be followed by a short question period.
 Abstract submissions should be sent to one of the addresses
below by June 15, 1993. The abstract should include:

 1. Six (6) copies of a one-page abstract (no more than 500
words) with a title; Omit your name and affiliation from the abstract.
The one-page (500 words) limit should be strictly observed; a second
page may be used only for citing references.

 2. A 3" by 5" card with the title of the paper, the name of
the author(s), the mailing address of the author, and the author(s)
affiliation, phone number and e-mail address. If your address,
phone number and e-mail address will be different during summer,
be sure to include it as well.

 3. A self-addressed, stamped postcard if you wish to be
notified whether your abstract has been received. (A Very Good

Syntax, Formal Semantics,
Phonology, and Morphology
Professor Naoki Fukui
Dept. of Linguistics
School of Social Sciences
Irvine, CA 92717

Other topics:
Professor Noriko Akatsuka or
Professor Shoichi Iwasaki
Dept. of East Asian Lgs. & Cultures
405 Hilgard Ave.
Los Angeles, CA 90024

The proceedings of this conference will be published as
Japanese/Korean Linguistics vol. 4 by CSLI (The Center for the
Study of Language and Information) The proceedings of the
preveous conferences can be ordered either directly from the
University of Chicago Press, or through a local bookstore. UCP's
address: 11030 S. Langley Ave., Chicago, IL 60628. Orders may
also be placed by phone at 800-621-2736.
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Message 2: SSILA Summer Meeting

Date: Thu, 10 Jun 1993 15:58 PSTSSILA Summer Meeting
From: <>
Subject: SSILA Summer Meeting


 Summer Meeting in Conjunction with the Linguistic Institute
 Ohio State University, Columbus, Ohio, July 2-4, 1993

Friday Afternoon, July 2. SSILA 1. 1009 Smith Laboratory.

 1:45 p.m. Opening Remarks (Catherine A. Callaghan).
 2:00-2:30 Lyle Campbell (LSU), "Problems with the Pronouns in
 Proposals of Remote Relationships Among Native
 American Languages."
 2:30-3:00 Jack Martin (William & Mary), "The Representation of
 Sound, Speech and Thought in Creek."
 3:00-3:30 Robin Shoaps (U of Chicago), "The Image Schema of the
 Body in Fox."
 3:30-3:45 BREAK
 3:45-4:15 Debra J. Occhi, Roy H. Ogawa & Gary E. Palmer (U of
 Nevada-Las Vegas), "Like Hair or Intestines:
 Semantic Analysis of the Coeur d'Alene Prefix ne?-
 4:15-4:45 M. Dale Kinkade (UBC), "s- Prefixation on Upper Chehalis
 (Salish) Imperfective Predicates."
 4:45-5:15 Steve Egesdal (Missoula, MT), "Proto Salish *r

Saturday Morning, July 3. Hokan-Penutian Workshop. 1153 Smith Laboratory.

 8:45 a.m. Opening Remarks (Catherine A. Callaghan).
 9:00-9:30 Mauricio J. Mixco (U of Utah), "The Npmhuus Problem."
 9:30-10:00 Eric Elliott (Chula Vista, CA), "The Indefinite Prefix
 m- in Cupan and Yuman."
 10:00-10:30 Tsuyoshi Ono, Suzanne Wash & Marianne Mithun (UCSB),
 "The Function of a Glottal Stop Morpheme in Barbareno
 Chumash and Neighboring Languages."
 10:30-10:45 BREAK
 10:45-11:15 Amy Miller (UCSB), "Yuma Conjunctions."
 11:15-11:45 Margaret Langdon (UCSD), "The Contribution of J.P.
 Harrington to Kroeber & Harrington (1914)."
 11:45-12:15 Hokan-Penutian Business Meeting (Margaret Langdon).

Saturday Afternoon, July 3. SSILA 2. 1153 Smith Laboratory.

 2:00-2:30 Geoffrey Kimball (Tulane), "Comparative Difficulties
 of the 'Gulf' Languages."
 2:30-3:00 L. Brockman (Harvard), "Itzamna: Mayan Morphology and
 3:00-3:30 Eusebia Hermina Martin (Buenos Aires), "Formas nominales
 y sufijos en lengua chimane."
 3:30-3:45 BREAK
 3:45-4:15 Eloise Jelinek (U of Arizona), "Quantification in
 Progressive Sentences in Yaqui."
 4:15-4:45 Soren Wichmann (U of Copenhagen), "Tlapanecan
 4:45-5:15 SSILA Business Meeting (Marianne Mithun).

Sunday Morning, July 4. SSILA 3: Brazilian Languages 1153 Smith Laboratory.

 10:00-10:30 Sidney Facundes (U of Oregon), "OSV Basic Word Order
 in Apurina (Arawakan)."
 10:30-11:00 Vilacy Galucio (Museu Goeldi), "Preliminary Recon-
 struction of Proto-Tupari Phonemes."
 11:00-11:30 Luciana Storto (Penn State), "Basic Word Order in
 Karitiana (Arikem family, Tupi stock)."
 11:30-12:00 Raquel Guirardello (Museu Goeldi), "Case, Verb Type,
 and Ergativity in Trumai."

Sunday Afternoon, July 4. SSILA 4: Long-Range Comparison 1153 Smith

[An informal discussion of issues raised by long range comparative projects
in the Americas.]

 2:00-5:00 p.m. Chair: Lyle Campbell.

For information on transportation, lodging, or other practical details
contact: Catherine Callaghan, 222 Oxley Hall, OSU, 1712 Neil Ave., Columbus,
OH 43210. Phone: 614/292-5880 (days, early evenings, and most weekends),
614/292-4052 (for messages) or 614/278-9675. email: GOLLAV
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