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Tue 15 Jun 1993

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  1. Dr A Littlejohn, Lancaster Seminar on Introspection
  2. Arnold Zwicky, Program: Workshop on Second Position Clitics

Message 1: Lancaster Seminar on Introspection

Date: Tue, 15 Jun 1993 22:32:17 Lancaster Seminar on Introspection
From: Dr A Littlejohn <eia037cent1.lancs.ac.uk>
Subject: Lancaster Seminar on Introspection

 **** LATE REGISTRATIONS AVAILABLE ****

 INTROSPECTION IN APPLIED LINGUISTICS RESEARCH
 LANCASTER 19-21 July 1993

 A seminar for researchers and students in the
 social science and humanities

 **** LATE REGISTRATIONS AVAILABLE *****

A few places are still available on the Third Annual
Seminar on Research Issues in Applied Linguistics, to be
held at Lancaster, from July 19th to 21st, 1993. The
theme for this year will be Introspective Research and
will cover techniques involved (such as think aloud
protocols, repertory grids, diaries, retrospective
interviews, video/audio playback, and questionnaires),
issues in data collection and in interpretation, research
ethics and social and cognitive aspects of introspective
research. The organizers are Dr Marilda Cavalcanti
(UNICAMP, Brazil) and Dr Andrew Littlejohn (Lancaster
University). Outside speakers/workshop leaders include
Celia Roberts of Thames Valley University and Dr Mike Scott
of Liverpool University. In addition to talks and
workshops, there will also be research and development
`clinics' for the discussion of individual participants'
research projects.

To date, participants are coming from a wide range of
countries including the UK, the USA, Hong Kong, Turkey,
Germany, Denmark, Korea, Brazil, Greece. The
registration fee, which includes ALL meals and two
nights accommodation with private bathroom is 130 pounds
sterling.

Registrations may be made by e-mail, by fax, or by post.
For further details and a registration form/format
contact: Dr Andrew Littlejohn, Dept of Linguistics,
Lancaster University, Lancaster LA1 4YT, England. Tel.
0524 65201 ext 2443/3045 Fax. 0524 843085. e-mail:
A.Littlejohnlancaster.ac.uk (or if that does not work
try: eia037central1.lancaster.ac.uk or
eia037lancs.ac.uk).
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Message 2: Program: Workshop on Second Position Clitics

Date: Tue, 15 Jun 93 20:42:28 EDProgram: Workshop on Second Position Clitics
From: Arnold Zwicky <zwickyling.ohio-state.edu>
Subject: Program: Workshop on Second Position Clitics


 Workshop on
 Second Position Clitics
 July 10 and 11, 1993
 The Ohio State University

Saturday the 10th

9:00 Welcome (Arnold Zwicky)

9:30-10:15 Dieter Wanner - Second Position Clitics in Medieval Romance

10:15-11:00 Pilar Barbosa - Clitic Placement in European
 Portuguese and the Position of Subjects

11:00-11:15 break

11:15-12:00 Chiyo Nishida - 2P Clitic Pronouns in Old Spanish and
 Categorial Grammar

12:00-1:30 lunch

1:30-2:15 Ljiljiana Progovac - Serbian/Croatian Clitics: The
 Mystery of the Second Position

2:15-3:00 Vesna Radanovic-Kocic - On the Placement of
 Serbo-Croatian Clitics

3:00-3:15 break

3:15-4:00 Eloise Jelinek - Definiteness and Second Position
 Clitics in Straits Salish

Sunday the 11th

10:00-10:45 Hans H. Hock - Who's on First? Syntactic and Prosodic
 Accounts for the P1 of P2 Clitics

10:45-11:30 Steven Schaufele - Now that We're All Here, Where Do
 We Sit? Phonological Ordering in the Vedic
 Clause-Initial String.

11:30-12:00 brunch (bagels, fruit, etc)

12:00-12:45 Mark Hale - Deriving Wackernagel's Law: Prosodic and
 Syntactic Factors Determining Clitic Distribution in
 the Language of the Rigveda

12:45-1:30 Ann Taylor - A Prosodic Account of Clitic Position in
 Ancient Greek

1:30-2:00 Closing remarks (Aaron Halpern)

(There will be registration on the spot, with a nominal registration
fee - of $10 - to cover the cost of catering.)

(We expect to arrange for a packet of the these papers, plus another
by Patrick McConvell, to be purchasable at cost at one of the campus-area
copy shops.)
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