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Calls: LINGUISTICS AND CLASSICAL LANGUAGES, WECOL

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  1. Jorge F. Pique', Call for Papers/LINGUISTICS AND CLASSICAL LANGUAGES
  2. Western Conference on Linguistics, WECOL final call for abstract

Message 1: Call for Papers/LINGUISTICS AND CLASSICAL LANGUAGES

Date: 05/11/94
From: Jorge F. Pique' <JORGEBRUFPR.BITNET>
Subject: Call for Papers/LINGUISTICS AND CLASSICAL LANGUAGES

FIRST MEETING ON LINGUISTICS AND CLASSICAL LANGUAGES
 (Greek, Latin and Sanskrit)

The Department of Linguistics, Classical and Vernacular Languages
invites to the First Meeting on Linguistics and Classical Languages
(I. ELLC) at Federal University of Parana (Curitiba, Brazil) on may
27th and 28th, 1994.

General Rules:
Duration of the papers: min. 10 min./ max. 1h
Deadline: may 15th.
(Note: Participation without physical presence will be possible to
North America and others continents only. In this case manuscripts
should be no longer than 3 pages double spaced, including tables.
Papers must be sent by E-mail and will be exposed in the halls of
the meeting. Everyone using this form of participation will receive
all other E-mails. Deadline to E-mails: may 26th).

Main topics of the meeting:

1. - Synchronic and Diachronic Linguistics of Classical Languages

1.1 Phonetics/Phonology/Metric
1.2 Morphology/Syntax/Syntax-semantics
1.3 Semantics/Lexicology
1.4 Stylistics

2.- Classical Linguistic and other Linguistics

2.1 Classical Languages and Indo-European Linguistics
2.2 Classical Languages and Romance, Germanic or Slavic Linguistics
2.3 Classical Languages and Portuguese

3.- Classical Languages and History of Linguistics

3.1 Theories on Language in the Antiquity
3.2 Traditional Greco-Roman Grammar
3.3 Comparative and Historical Linguistics in the XIX century
 and Classical Languages

4. Teaching of Classical Languages

Note: papers may refer to any other contact points between classical
languages (Greek, Latin , Sanskrit) and Linguistics.
Please send 1 copy of your paper to:

UNIVERSIDADE FEDERAL DO PARANA
Depart. de Linguistica, Letras Classicas e Vernaculas
(Cod: I. ELLC)
R. General Carneiro, n. 460, 11. andar
Curitiba-PR
 80001-870

or send an e-mail to:
ELLCBRUFPR.BITNET (only)

(For further information same address and E-mail)

Please send also this information:

Full Name:......................................................................
.................................
Directions:.....................................................................
.................................
E-mail:.........................................................................
.....................................
Occupation:.....................................................................
................................
Teacher / Student (grad. / post.)
Institution:....................................................................
.................................
Country:........................................................................
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Message 2: WECOL final call for abstract

Date: Wed, 11 May 94 17:52:51 -0WECOL final call for abstract
From: Western Conference on Linguistics <wecolBIOLOGY.UCLA.EDU>
Subject: WECOL final call for abstract

FINAL CALL FOR ABSTRACTS

 W E C O L '9 4

OCTOBER 21-23, 1994
UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA, LOS ANGELES

D E A D L I N E: J U N E 1, 1 9 9 4

The deadline is fast approaching for abstract submissions
for WECOL '94 at UCLA, as well as for the two workshops to
be held in conjunction with WECOL, entitled THEORETICAL
PERSPECTIVES ON THE ACQUISITION OF PHONOLOGY and FORMAL
ISSUES IN THE STUDY OF NEGATION. All submissions are welcome.

Abstracts may be submitted to:
 Chair, Abstracts Committee
 WECOL '94
 Department of Linguistics
 UC Los Angeles
 405 Hilgard Ave
 Los Angeles, CA 90024 USA

Specifications:
Abstracts are invited for 20-minute talks in all areas
of linguistic theory. The abstract should be anonymous,
and should be no longer than one page, with one inch
margins, in typeface no smaller than 12 characters per
inch. An additional page with examples and references
may be included.
Please provide 10 copies of the abstract. Authors should
identify themselves on a separate 3"x5" index card, and
should include the title and author's address, affiliation,
telephone number and electronic mail address.

For more information, contact:
 wecolbiology.ucla.edu
 izzy361mvs.oac.ucla.edu OR
 bulgerhumnet.ucla.edu

Don't forget! The deadline is JUNE 1, 1994.
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