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Message 1: SCIL - Student Conference in Linguistics

Date: Tue, 16 Nov 93 09:24:24 ESSCIL - Student Conference in Linguistics
From: Chris Giordano <giordanoprodigal.psych.rochester.edu>
Subject: SCIL - Student Conference in Linguistics

Please post

 SIXTH ANNUAL MEETING OF THE
 STUDENT CONFERENCE IN LINGUISTICS

 SCIL 1994

 CALL FOR PAPERS

University of Rochester, Rochester, New York.

May 8-9, 1994 (Immediately following the "Semantics and
Linguistic Theory" (SALT) conference)

Abstracts are invited for 30-minute talks (+10 minutes discussion) in
all areas of theoretical linguistics, including psycholinguistics and
computational linguistics. Abstracts on the linguistics of signed
languages are particularly welcomed. The conference will be
interpreted in ASL. There will also be a poster session in the same
areas. Inquiries may be addressed via e-mail to:

 sciluhura.cc.rochester.edu

Requirements: Submission is limited to students. Any student may
submit one individual and one joint abstract. Abstracts will be
accepted either for a talk or for a poster presentation. Abstracts
must be no more than 700 words, on one standard page, single-spaced (a
separate sheet for data and references is acceptable). Five copies of
the abstract should be submitted. Abstracts should be anonymous, and
they should be accompanied 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. the author's e-mail address (if available)
 5. a brief indication of the specific area of linguistics the
 abstract is meant to contribute to (e.g. "Germanic syntax",
 "ASL phonology")
 6. an optional indication of whether the abstract should be
 considered only for the talk or only for the poster session
 (by default, abstracts will be considered for both)

E-mail submission in ASCII format will be accepted as well. In this
case, information about the author, title, affiliation, etc. should
precede the body of the abstract and be separated by 5 blank lines.
The body of the abstract must contain a maximum of 700 words,
excluding references.

Abstracts must be received by:

 February 1, 1994.

Papers presented in the talk format will be published in the MIT
Working Papers in Linguistics.

Abstracts sent by regular mail should be submitted to:

 SCIL 1994
 Department of Linguistics
 Hylan Building
 University of Rochester
 River Campus
 Rochester, NY 14627
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