LINGUIST List 4.793

Mon 04 Oct 1993

Calls: Second Conference on Afroasiatics Languages

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  1. "Jacqueline Lecarme", Second Conference on Afroasiatics Languages

Message 1: Second Conference on Afroasiatics Languages

Date: Sun, 03 Oct 93 18:32:37 BSSecond Conference on Afroasiatics Languages
From: "Jacqueline Lecarme" <>
Subject: Second Conference on Afroasiatics Languages

 Sophia Antipolis, France
 16-18 June, 1994


The Second Conference on Afroasiatic Linguistics, organized by the CNRS
Laboratoire "Langues et Langage en Afrique Orientale", University of
Nice-Sophia Antipolis, in collaboration with the University of Geneva,
is to be held at Sophia Antipolis, France, June 16-18, 1994. The aim of
the Conference, the successor of the Colloquium "Journees d'Etudes
Chamito-semitiques", held in Paris in March 1992, is to promote research
in theoretical linguistics in relation to Afroasiatic languages.

Abstracts are invited for twenty minutes talks in all areas of syntax,
morphology and phonology. Abstracts should be no less than one page and
may not exceed two pages. Send three anonymous copies of the abstracts
and one copy with the name of author(s) and institution(s). Include a
card containing the following information: name of author(s), title of
the paper, address and affiliation, phone number, fax and e-mail address
(if available).

Abstracts must be received by February 1, 1994. E-mail or Fax
submissions are accepted. Send only one anonymous abstract in this case.
All abstracts will be anonymously reviewed. Send all material to:

 Second Conference on Afro-asiatic Languages
 Selection Comittee
 c/o Jacqueline Lecarme
 250, rue Albert Einstein
 06560 Sophia Antipolis

 Tel: +(33) 93 95 42 39
 Fax: +(33) 92 96 07 55

In cooperation with: Universite de Nice-Sophia Antipolis, Universite de
Geneve, Universite de Paris VII, Universite de Paris VIII, Ecole
Pratique des Hautes Etudes and the Journal Langues Orientales Anciennes
Linguistique et Philologie.
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