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Date: Sat, 09 Jan 93 11:01 CST
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1993 Gaduate Conference on Language and Literature

I would like to call your attention to the 1993 Northern
Illinois University Graduate Conference on Language and Literature
to be held on Saturday and Sunday, 27-28 March at Northern
Illinois University, DeKalb, Il.

The objective of the conference is to promote graduate student parti
participation in the academic community and to provide an
opportunity for students to prepare for entrancy into the English
profession. The keynote address will be by Gary Saul Morson of
Northwestern University. It will include a discussion of the
philosophy of time and narrative, the mentality of the Russian
Intelligentsia, and some obiter dicta on current American
literary theory.

The call for abstracts ends of Friday 15 January 1993. Abstracts
are invited on all periods of American and British Literature,
creative writing, critical theory, film, linguistics, rhetoric and
composition, textual criticism and bibliography, and Mid-Western

The early registration fee is $12.00 for students and $22.00 for
faculty. For further information contact one of the conference
directors, Chuck Bowie or John Carlberg.

at one of the addresses below:

Telephone: 815-753-6630
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Message 2: ESCOL '93 - First Announcement

Date: Mon, 11 Jan 93 12:03:15 ESESCOL '93 - First Announcement
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Subject: ESCOL '93 - First Announcement

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 ESCOL `93


The Ohio State University, Columbus, Ohio.

August 6-8, 1993 (Immediately following the LSA Institute at OSU)

Invited Speakers include:

 Nirit Kadmon (Tel Aviv University)
 Janet Pierrehumbert (Northwestern University)
 Carl Pollard (Ohio State University)

Abstracts are invited for 20-minute talks (+10 minutes
discussion) in all areas of theoretical linguistics. In-
quiries may be addressed via e-mail to:

Requirements: Any individual may submit one individual and one
joint abstract. Abstracts must be no more than one standard page,
single-spaced (a separate sheet for data/references is accept-
able). Five copies of the abstract should be submitted.
Abstracts should be anonymous. Each submission should be accom-
panied by a 3x5 card containing:

 1. the author's name
 2. title of the paper
 3. the author's address and affiliation
 (incl. phone number)
 4. e-mail address (if available).

Abstracts must be received by:

 May 15, 1993.

Presented papers will be published in the Cornell Working Papers
in Linguistics.

Abstracts should be submitted to:

 ESCOL 1993
 Department of Linguistics
 The Ohio State University
 222 Oxley Hall
 1712 Neil Ave.
 Columbus, OH 43210
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