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Thu 26 Aug 1993

Calls: Italian, Chinese

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  1. "Leslie Z. Morgan", Call for papers
  2. "Audrey Li", address change & IACL

Message 1: Call for papers

Date: Wed, 25 Aug 1993 13:06 ESTCall for papers
From: "Leslie Z. Morgan" <MORGANLOYOLA.EDU>
Subject: Call for papers


There will be two sessions on Linguistics (topic open) at
the 1994 American Association of Teachers of Italian, to
be held April 7-10, in Madison, Wisconsin, USA.

You do not need to be American or an Italian teacher to
submit a proposal! You must, however, join AAIS if your
proposal is accepted, and all participants pay registration
and fees (lodging, etc.)

Talks must be 20 minutes (approximately 10 pp.) and can
be submitted after the conference for possible publication
in *Italian Culture* (a refereed publication).

Deadline for submissions: Nov. 26, 1993.
Address for submissions:

Leslie Z. Morgan
 Dept. of Modern Langs. and Lits.
 4501 N. Charles St.
 Baltimore, MD 21210-2699 Tel: 410-617-2926


Note: you MUST ATTEND. By-laws of the organization do not
permit reading of the paper by another person.

Please feel free to contact either organizer with your
questions. Last year a number of participants came due
to *Linguist*, and the sessions were of a very high caliber.
We hope you will again respond with such enthusiasm and
quality. Thank you.
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Message 2: address change & IACL

Date: Wed, 25 Aug 93 08:54 PDT
From: "Audrey Li" <AUDREYLUSCMVSA.bitnet>
Subject: address change & IACL


The newsletter for the International Association of Chinese
Linguistics is going into press soon. We are now soliciting
(i) information on job opportunities
(ii) abstracts for dissertations
related to the Chinese language and linguistics.

If you have any such information, please send it to or
Audrey Li, EALC, USC, LA, CA 90089-0357, U.S.A.

For dissertation abstracts, please include the name of the
university, the name of the advisor, the number of pages, and the
place(s) where copies of the dissertation are available.
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