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Message 1: IPPE now accepting papers on disk

Date: Fri, 04 Feb 94 20:10:03 +0IPPE now accepting papers on disk
From: <phil-preprints-admincogsci.l.chiba-u.ac.jp>
Subject: IPPE now accepting papers on disk

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IPPE Now Accepting Submissions on Diskette
========================================== Fri 28 Jan 94

Thanks to an increase in the size of our volunteer staff, the
International Philosophical Preprint Exchange is now able to accept
submissions of working papers and discussion pieces on diskettes
(submissions are, of course, still accepted through our ftp server as
well--see below for details).

We are able to accept submissions on MS-DOS and Macintosh diskettes of
all sizes, in all popular wordprocessor formats. As always, copyright
remains with the author, and works remain fully publishable. Works
submitted to the IPPE are made available for reading and browsing to
philosophers worldwide via the Internet, free of charge to both
submitters and readers (see below for access instructions).

To speed the appearance of your submission on the IPPE, please adhere to
the following simple guidelines:

1. Please begin your paper with a few lines giving your name, etc., in
 the following format:

 Your Name : Your Institution : Your email address
 The Title of Your Paper

2. In addition to the file containing your paper, please provide a short
 abstract in a separate file.

3. If possible, please provide your paper in several different file
 formats (your wordprocessor's format, Postscript, plain ASCII text,
 etc.).

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Accessing the International Philosophical Preprint Exchange:
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As always, the IPPE welcomes you to read and browse the working papers
we have available (at present, there are about 40 papers on the system).
Brief access instructions follow; for more information, or for
assistance, please contact Carolyn Burke by email at the address
cburkenexus.yorku.ca.

By gopher: "gopher apa.oxy.edu" or "gopher kasey.umkc.edu".
By ftp: "ftp Phil-Preprints.L.Chiba-U.ac.jp", or
 "ftp mrcnext.cso.uiuc.edu".
By email: "mail phil-preprints-servicePhil-Preprints.L.Chiba-U.ac.jp".

To place a paper or comment on the IPPE: see pub/submissions/README.
If you have questions: send mail to <cburkenexus.yorku.ca>.
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Message 2: FYI: Warsaw Summer School

Date: Fri, 04 Feb 94 14:40:06 CEFYI: Warsaw Summer School
From: Pawel Cichawa <WULSSPLEARN.bitnet>
Subject: FYI: Warsaw Summer School


SECOND WARSAW UNIVERSITY
LINGUISTIC SUMMER SCHOOL
JULY 18 - 31, 1994

We expect that the Second Warsaw University Linguistic Summer
School, similarly to the first Warsaw University Linguistic
Summer School (July 1992), will bring together in Warsaw
linguists from the East and the West. Let us note that the First
WULSS was attended by over 120 scholars and students who came to
Warsaw from Australia, Canada, Finland, Germany, Great Britain,
Greece, Italy, Korea, Macedonia, Poland, Russia, and the United
States.

The Organizing Committee

Elzbieta Gorska (Warsaw)
Pawel Cichawa (Warsaw), Managing Director
Agata Kochanska (Warsaw)

THE LIST OF COURSES

 Please note that the Second Warsaw University Linguistic
Summer School offers 15-hour courses only.

Course Codes:
I - Introductory, A - Advanced

GENERATIVE LINGUISTICS

1. Jerzy Rubach (Iowa/Warsaw)
 PHONOLOGICAL STRUCTURE OF SLAVIC (A)

2. Geert E. Booij (Amsterdam)
 MORPHOLOGY, SEMANTICS AND ARGUMENT STRUCTURE (A)

3. Andrew Spencer (Colchester)
 MORPHOLOGY-SYNTAX INTERFACE: INFLECTION AND VALENCY (A)

COGNITIVE LINGUISTICS

4. Eve Sweetser (Berkeley)
 Topic to be announced

5. Stig Eliasson (Uppsala)
 PHONOLOGY AND COGNITION (A)

6. Elzbieta Tabakowska (Krakow)
 COGNITIVE LINGUISTICS AND POETICS OF TRANSLATION (A)

HISTORICAL LINGUISTICS

7. Outi Merisalo (Helsinki)
 HISTORICAL LINGUISTICS: AN INTRODUCTION INTO THE USE AND
 INTERPRETATION OF SOURCE MATERIAL FROM EUROPE (I)

PHILOSOPHY OF LANGUAGE

8. Terence Moore (Cambridge)
 LOCKE'S THEORY OF LANGUAGE: ITS RELEVANCE TO
TWENTIETH-CENTURY THEORETICAL LINGUISTICS (I)

9. Jon D. Ringen (Iowa)
 PHILOSOPHY OF LANGUAGE IN THE USA (I)

SOCIOLINGUISTICS AND DIALECTOLOGY

10. Charles Mazer (Texarkana, Texas)
 INTRODUCTION TO SOCIOLINGUISTICS (I)

11. Catherine O. Ringen (Iowa)
 DIALECTS OF AMERICAN ENGLISH (I)

ACOUSTIC PHONETICS

12. Grzegorz Dogil (Stuttgart)
 INTRODUCTION TO ACOUSTIC PHONETICS (I)

Also evening lectures.

The final programme of the School will be distributed via
e-mail as well as by post. Please let us know of anyone
who might be interested in receiving the full info about
the 2nd WULSS.

For the organizing committee,

 Pawel Cichawa
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