LINGUIST List 4.799

Thu 07 Oct 1993

Confs: Chinese, Morphology-Syntax Workshop, SLRF 94

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  1. Audrey Li, Chinese Linguistics
  2. Colin Phillips, Morphology-Syntax Workshop Announcement
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Message 1: Chinese Linguistics

Date: Sun, 3 Oct 93 20:51:38 PDTChinese Linguistics
From: Audrey Li <nacclmizar.usc.edu>
Subject: Chinese Linguistics

 THE SIXTH
 NORTH AMERICAN CONFERENCE ON
 CHINESE LINGUISTICS

 First Announcement: September 15, 1993

The department of East Asian Languages and Cultures and the department
of Linguistics of the University of Southern California are pleased
to annouce that the sixth North American Conference on Chinese
Linguistics will be held at the University of Southern California,
Los Angeles, California, May 13-15, 1994.

Papers are invited on all aspects of Chinese linguistics. Comparative
studies, including diachronic, cross-dialectal and cross-linguistic
(Chinese and Japanese/Korean in particular) are especially welcomed.
Abstracts should be camera-ready and not longer than one page. Send 6
copies, one with and the other five without the author's name and
affiliation centered under the title of the paper. Please also include
a 3x5 card specifying the title of the paper, the author's full name,
the affiliation, e-mail address, regular mail address, telephone number
and fax number, if applicable.

DEADLINE FOR RECEIPT OF ABSTRACTS: January 15, 1994

NOTIFICATION OF ACCEPTANCE: February 15, 1994

Please send all correspondence to

 NACCL, EALC, USC, LA, CA, 90089-0357 or
 NACCL, Linguistics, USC, LA, CA, 90089-1693
 e-mail address: nacclmizar.usc.edu
 telephone: (213)740-3707
 fax: (213)740-9295
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Message 2: Morphology-Syntax Workshop Announcement

Date: Mon, 04 Oct 93 19:23:47 EDMorphology-Syntax Workshop Announcement
From: Colin Phillips <cphillMIT.EDU>
Subject: Morphology-Syntax Workshop Announcement


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 # The Morphology-Syntax Connection #
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 # MIT #
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 # 4th-5th January, 1994 #
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Shortly before the 1994 LSA meeting in Boston, on January 4th-5th 1994,
the Department of Linguistics & Philosophy at MIT will host a workshop
entitled "The Morphology-Syntax Connection". Abstracts are invited
for talks relating to any aspect of the connection between morphology
and syntax.

Suggested topics include:

-- Access of syntax to morphophonological information

-- Derivational ordering of morphology and syntax

-- Derivational and Inflectional Morphology

-- Does syntax "build" or "check" the structure of words, or neither?

-- The effect of morphological paradigm structure on syntactic
 processes (eg. effects of "rich" morphology)

-- Underspecification in lexical entries of morphemes

-- Can syntactic variation be reduced to morphological variation?

-- Are there relations relevant only in just one area (eg. linear
 relations/adjacency)

-- Are there distinct domains which need connection at all?

-- Clitics in morphology and syntax

-- Learning issues in morphosyntax

-- More...

There will be 15 talks of 30 minutes each, with 10 minutes for questions
and discussion. Abstracts of no longer than 2 pages are invited.
Font no smaller than 11 point, please. Include Name, Paper Title,
Affiliation, Address, e-mail. Please send 5 copies to the address below,
to arrive no later than 10th November 1993.

Submissions by fax or e-mail are welcome, but please also send a camera-
ready hard copy of the abstract suitable for reproduction in the
workshop program.

Submitters will be notified of decisions shortly after the deadline.

Limited funds will be available to assist presenters with travel
expenses; priority for these funds will be given to students.

Please address all snail-mail abstracts and inquiries to:

 Heidi Harley & Colin Phillips
 (The Morphology-Syntax Connectives)
 20D-219, MIT
 Cambridge, Mass. 02139
 USA

Address e-mail abstracts and inquiries to:

 hharleymit.edu OR cphillmit.edu

Fax:
 617-253-5017

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Message 3: slrf94

Date: Wed, 06 Oct 93 18:12:39 ESslrf94
From: CZVM000 <CZVMmusica.mcgill.ca>
Subject: slrf94

Message-Id: <06OCT93.19476793.0060.MUSICMUSICA.MCGILL.CA>
To: <CZVMmusica.mcgill.ca>

PLEASE POST PLEASE POST PLEASE POST

 ****** CALL FOR SYMPOSIUM PROPOSALS******

 SECOND LANGUAGE RESEARCH FORUM 1994

 Concordia University - McGill University

 Montreal, Canada

 October 6-9, 1994


 SPECIAL THEME: Perspectives on Input in L2 Acquisition

 INVITED SPEAKERS: Elissa Newport, University of Rochester
 Neil Smith, University College London
 Merrill Swain, Ontario Institute for
 Studies in Education
 Lydia White, McGill University

===========================================================================

Proposals for symposia are invited on any area of second language
research. Each symposium will consist of four, thirty minute talks
(plus a ten minute question period), followed by a thirty minute
general discussion period. Send five copies of an anonymous 500 word
abstract outlining the theme and organization of the proposed symposium,
as well as five copies of an anonymous 500 word abstract for each of the
four talks. Also include a 3x5 card containing name, paper title,
affiliation, address, e-mail address, phone number and audio-visual
needs for each presenter. All materials should be sent to the following
address; please, no e-mail or fax submissions.

 SLRF 1994 Symposia
 Department of Linguistics
 McGill University
 1001 Sherbrooke St., W.
 Montreal, Quebec H3A 1G5
 CANADA

 PROPOSALS FOR SYMPOSIA MUST BE RECEIVED BY JANUARY 15, 1994

 A call for papers will be issued January, 1994


 For more information: e-mail F3SLmusicb.mcgill.ca
 phone: (514) 398-4222
 fax: (514) 398-7088

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