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Message 1: Conference sur temps et aspect

Date: Thu, 04 Nov 93 14:45:10 +0Conference sur temps et aspect
From: <aslaneli.ens-fcl.fr>
Subject: Conference sur temps et aspect

Le CELENS (Centre d'Etudes Linguistiaues de l'ENS) organise une journee de
conferences intitulee
 TEMPS ET ASPECT, ASPECTS DU TEMPS
le vendredi 26 Novembre 1993 de 9h30 a 17h30

Programme:
Robert MARTIN (Universite Paris IV, INALF) : Temps et aspects : theories et
concepts.
Jean CERVONI (Universite de Nantes) : Une approche psychomecanique : la
theorie guillaumienne.
Pierre LE GOFFIC (Universite Paris III) : Les temps et le temps.
Jacqueline AUTHIER (Universite Paris III) : Jeux meta-enonciatifs avec le
temps.

Lieu : ENS Fontenay-aux-Roses, Salle des Colloques, 31 avenue Lombart, 92260
Fontenay-aux-Roses.
Acces : RER B, direction Robinson.

Renseignements supplementaires : aslaneli.ens-fcl.fr
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Message 2: Child Language

Date: Thu, 4 Nov 93 09:28:25 PSTChild Language
From: Child Language Research Forum <clrfCSLI.Stanford.EDU>
Subject: Child Language

 CALL FOR PAPERS
 26th Annual
 STANFORD CHILD LANGUAGE RESEARCH FORUM

 STANFORD UNIVERSITY, APRIL 16--18, 1994

The 26th annual meeting of the Child Language Research Forum will be
held on April 15-17, 1994, at Stanford University. The Organizing
Committee welcomes abstracts for papers and posters on any topic
within first language acquisition, from sociolinguistic studies of
requests to the acquisition of consonant clusters, from
crosslinguistic studies of locatives to the factors governing pronoun
forms, or from constraints on lexical acquisition to the role of
prosody in the acquisition of syntax.

Abstract submissions should include:

Ten (10) copies of a one-page, double-spaced abstract of the paper,
preferably in 12-point font or type, with a title. OMIT name and
affiliation.

A 3" by 5" card with the title of the paper and the name(s) of the
author(s), address and email address, and specifying any necessary AV
equipment. We can provide projectors for slides or transparencies ONLY
if we know what you will need. A self-addressed, stamped postcard if
you wish to be notified that your abstract has been received.

Abstracts should be postmarked by January 10, 1994. PLEASE MAIL EARLY!
No late abstracts will be accepted.

Abstract Preparation Guidelines:

All research must be completed (ie. no promissory abstracts). No
papers already presented at other conferences will be accepted. Only
one paper per author or co-author will be accepted, although abstracts
for more than one paper may be submitted. Abstracts should contain: a
statement of the hypothesis, a brief account of the study performed,
data and results, and a summary of the conclusions reached.

Send abstracts to:

CLRF-94
Department of Linguistics, Building 100
Stanford, CA 94305-2150, USA
Phone: (415) 723-4284
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