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Tue 01 Feb 1994

Calls: Studies in Spanish, Workshop on Phonological Structure

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Message 1: Call for papers

Date: Mon, 31 Jan 1994 15:32:09 -0500 (CDT)
From: <DEDDINGTONACAD1.MTSU.EDU>
Subject: Call for papers
 SECOND CALL FOR PAPERS
 Experimental Studies in Spanish Linguistics
 Experimental studies are sought to be included in a volume entitled
_Experimental Studies in Spanish Linguistics_. Studies which treat some
aspect of contemporary theoretical analyses of Spanish will fall into
the scope of this volume. Of particular interest are experiments such
as those which deal with language processing, the productivity of rules,
lexical access phenomena, aphasia, speech errors, etc. This focus may
exclude some sociolinguistic and phonetic studies.
 Please send a one page abstract of your study to:
 David Eddington
 deddingtonmtsu.edu
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Message 2: Call for Papers

Date: Mon, 31 Jan 1994 09:20:28 +0000 (GMT)
From: Durham Linguist <Durham.Linguistdurham.ac.uk>
Subject: Call for Papers
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 INTERNATIONAL WORKSHOP ON PHONOLOGICAL STRUCTURE
 16-17 September 1994
 University of Durham
 United Kingdom
 CALL FOR PAPERS
The goal of this conference is to bring together phonologists working
on various aspects of phonological structure, from subsegmental features
through prosodic structures at the level of the utterance. Abstracts
are invited on all aspects of phonological structure, including its
interaction with other components of the grammar, such as syntax,
morphology and phonetics. Papers will be 30 minutes followed by 10
minutes of discussion.
In addition to a small number of invited speakers, there will be slots
for about sixteen papers.
Deadline for submission of abstracts: *POSTMARKED BY 1st MAY 1994*.
Abstracts submitted by fax or e-mail by 1st May will be considered, but
a hard copy version should be submitted subsequently.
Abstract submission: send 2 copies of a one-page abstract (1 anonymous;
1 camera-ready with name(s) and affiliation(s)) to:
 IWPS Coordinators
 Department of Linguistics and English Language
 University of Durham
 Elvet Riverside
 DURHAM, DH1 3JT
 United Kingdom
 Phone: (091)374-2641 (UK)
 (44-91)374-2641 (Elsewhere)
 Fax: (091)374-2685 (UK)
 (44-91)374-2685 (Elsewhere)
 E-mail: Durham.Linguistdurham.ac.uk
Please include a postcard with the following information:
 a. author(s) d. address(es) g. fax number
 b. affiliation(s) e. telephone h. audiovisual needs
 c. paper title f. e-mail address
IWPS is being organised by Mike Davenport and S.J. Hannahs with the
support of the University of Durham and the Department of Linguistics
and English Language. Queries should be sent to the address above.
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