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Fri 25 Feb 1994

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Message 1: slavic linguistics workshop

Date: Wed, 23 Feb 94 13:54:28 ESslavic linguistics workshop
From: <USERHEEMum.cc.umich.edu>
Subject: slavic linguistics workshop


3rd Annual Workshop on

FORMAL APPROACHES TO
SLAVIC LINGUISTICS

May 14-15, 1994

University of Maryland
College Park, MD

Guest speaker
IAN ROBERTS

Call for papers:
Abstracts are invited for 30-minute
presentations on topics dealing with
formal aspects of Slavic syntax,
semantics, morphology, phonology
and psycholinguistics.
Send three copies of a one-page
anonymous abstract and a card with
your name, address and title of paper
to:
David Lightfoot,
Department of Linguistics,
Marie Mount Hall 1401
University of Maryland,
College Park, MD 20742

ABSTRACTS MUST BE RECEIVED BY MARCH 21, 1994

Persons interested in attending are encouraged to register
their address
with David Lightfoot at DWLUMDD.BITNET
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Message 2: MLA '94--Lx and Lit sessions

Date: Wed, 23 Feb 1994 20:04:22 MLA '94--Lx and Lit sessions
From: "Suzanne Fleischman" <suzannegarnet.berkeley.edu>
Subject: MLA '94--Lx and Lit sessions

 Call for Absracts

The MLA Division on Linguistic Approaches to Literature will be offering
sessions at the '94 convention in San Diego (Dec. 27-30) on the
following topics:

--Reported speech and thought in literary and conversational narration
--Grammatical gender and natural gender in fiction
--Linguistic theories motivating literary writing

Those interested should send abstracts only (no papers, please) by March 15
to: Prof. Suzanne Fleischman
 Department of French
 University of California
 Berkeley, CA 94720

 e-mail: suzannegarnet.berkeley.edu

To participate in these programs you must be an MLA member as of April 1.
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