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Message 1: conference: 1st call for papers [discourse]

Date: Wed, 1 Sep 93 17:01 N
From: <GELUYKENHEIIPO5.bitnet>
Subject: conference: 1st call for papers [discourse]
6th International Systemics Workshop on 'Spoken and Written Discourse'
with a special session on 'Business Discourse'
The Centre for Applied Linguistics [ICTL]
at the University of Antwerp, UFSIA (Belgium)
invites 1-page abstracts and suggestions for special workshop topics
for ISW6, to be held at UFSIA, 7-10 August 1994.
ISW6 will take place right after next year's Int Systemic-Functional
Conference, which will also be held in Belgium, at the University
of Gent.
Abstracts for both the general session and the special session should
not exceed one page in length, plus an optional page for examples,
references, and the like, and should reach the Convenor by January 15th,
1994, at the latest. Notification of acceptance by March 1st, 1994.
Suggestions for specific workshop sessions for both general and special
sessions are particularly encouraged.
For all further information, suggestions, and abstracts, please contact:
Dr. Ronald Geluykens [ISW6-convenor]
UFSIA (University of Antwerp)
ICTL - Centre for Applied Linguistics
Room D-133
Prinsstraat 13
B-2000 Antwerp, Belgium
Tel: +32.3.220.42.69 [office hours]
Fax: +32.3.220.44.20
E-mail: "ronnieprl.philips.nl"
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Message 2: CGSW9

Date: Wed, 01 Sep 1993 19:01:22 -0400 (EDT)
From: <epsteinHUSC.bitnet>
Subject: CGSW9
 NINTH WORKSHOP ON
 COMPARATIVE GERMANIC SYNTAX
 HARVARD UNIVERSITY
 January 5 & 6, 1994
The 9th Workshop on Comparative Germanic Syntax will be held at Harvard
University on January 5-6 (immediately before the annual meeting of the
Linguistic Society of America). Those who wish to present a paper (30
minutes + discussion) are hereby invited to submit an abstract no longer
than 2 pages BEFORE September 15, 1993. Preference will be given to
papers on parametric (synchronic or diachronic) variation within the
Germanic languages. Abstracts on comparative Germanic phonology will
also be considered. Five copies of an abstract should be sent anonymously,
accompanied by a camera-ready original with the name and address of the
author(s) to:
 9th Workshop on Comparative Germanic Syntax
 Department of Linguistics
 Grays Hall
 Harvard University
 Cambridge, MA 02138
 E-mail: epsteinhusc.harvard.edu
--
9th Workshop on Comparative Germanic Syntax Phone: (617) 495-4006 (Hoski)
Department of Linguistics, Grays Hall
Harvard University, Cambridge, MA 02138 e-mail: epsteinhusc.harvard.edu
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Message 3: Theoretical and Experimental Neuropsychology

Date: Mon, 6 Sep 1993 18:13:46 -0400 (EDT)
From: Whitaker Harry A. <whitakehere.umontreal.ca>
Subject: Theoretical and Experimental Neuropsychology
 CALL FOR PAPERS
 TENNET V
 May 29-31, 1994
The fifth annual conference on theoretical & experimental neuro-
psychology, TENNET V, will be on May 29, 30 and 31, 1994, in
Montreal,Quebec,Canada, at the Universite du Quebec a Montreal,
Pavillon Judith-Jasmin, Salle Marie-Gerin-Lajoie.
The basic conference structure is(a) two thematic symposia of 3
hours duration, followed by(b) refereed submitted poster papers,
about 20-25 each day, Sunday through Tuesday. The poster papers
are discussed after the second symposium, each afternoon. This
is the only North American neuropsychology conference that is
specifically focussed on theoretical and experimental issues.
Deadline for submission of abstracts: December 20, 1993
via E-mail, FAX or regular post.
===============================================================
 ****Information for Poster Submissions****
===============================================================
Poster presentations should deal with a well-defined topic or
problem in any domain of experimental or theoretical neuropsych-
ology, including history. Submissions are in two parts:
(a) A 200 word abstract in English which will be published in the
journal Brain & Cognition, if it is accepted by the Program Com-
mittee for presentation at TENNET V. Eight (8) copies are re-
quired if you submit by regular mail; if you submit by FAX or E-
mail, please do so only once.
(b) A detailed description of the paper, maximum two pages long,
in either English or French, which will be refereed by the Pro-
gram Committee. Authors who choose to have their descriptions
refereed blindly should prepare the abstact and two-page summary
accordingly, using a code you have identified to the chair of the
program committee. Eight (8) copies are required if you submit by
regular mail; if you submit by FAX or E-mail, do so only once.
Please make sure that your complete mailing address, with your
institutional affiliation if any, is included with your submiss-
ion, particularly if you submit by E-mail or FAX. This is need-
ed to properly prepare the program, if your paper is accepted.
Your submission should be sent by post, E-mail or Fax to arrive
by the December 20 deadline, to the chair of the Program Comm-
ittee: Please remember: 8 copies are needed EXCEPT if you send
it by FAX or E-mail!
If you present a poster at TENNET V, note that the poster frames
are approximately 4 feet by 8 feet. Please make the print size
on your poster large enough to be easily read so that several
people can ponder its significance at the same time.
Submissions should be sent to the Program Committee c/o:
 Dr. S. J. Segalowitz
 Department of Psychology
 Brock University
 St. Catharines, Ontario, Canada L2S 3A1
 Telephone: (416) 688-5550, X-3465
 FAX: (416) 688-6922
 E-mail: ssegalowspartan.ac.brocku.ca
For additional information, contact Local Arrangements c/o:
 Dr. Harry A. Whitaker
 Departement de Psychologie
 Universite du Quebec a Montreal
 Case postale 8888, Succursale A
 Montreal, Quebec, Canada H3C 3P8
 Telephone: (514) 987-7002
 FAX: (514) 987-7953
 E-mail: whitakehere.umontreal.ca
Registrants are asked to contact the hotel directly for reser-
vations; a block of rooms will be set aside for TENNET partici-
pants and held as long as possible; you should identify yourself
as part of the TENNET group to receive the best rates. A list of
other hotels in the area, from cheap to luxury is available.
HOTEL INFORMATION (regular participants)
 Hotel Lord Berri
 1199, rue Berri
 Montreal, Quebec, Canada H2L 4C6
 Phone: (514) 845-9236
 FAX: 514-849-9855
 Telex: 05 560244
HOTEL INFORMATION (students/overseas attendees and others who
are on limited (fixed) budgets)
 Hotel St. Denis
 1254, rue St. Denis
 Montreal, Quebec, Canada H2X 3J6
 Phone: (514) 849-4526
Note: As before, registration includes free breakfasts, free
coffee breaks, a stunning "macaron" historical souvenir and
the usual scintil-lating discussion. This is the best time of
the year to visit Montreal, un morceau de l'Europe en Amerique
du Nord...We look forward to seeing you!
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