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  1. Mark Adderley, Language Quarterly
  2. Cecilia Kullman, -0400

Message 1: Language Quarterly

Date: Wed, 25 May 1994 12:15:15 Language Quarterly
From: Mark Adderley <adderleyquijote.lang.usf.edu>
Subject: Language Quarterly

Subscribers to this list may be interested in the contents of some recent
issues of "Language Quarterly:"

Vol. 32 Issues 1-2 (to be published in June):

 Dan Myers, "A Cognitive Semantics Approach to Translation"
 Antoinette Gange, Janet Flewelling, and Louise Lewin,
"Proficiency Testing: The Development of a Communicative Test for Future
FL Teachers"
 Paul Sladky, "Devices for Understanding: A Conversational
Analysis of Sequiturs"
 Nicholas Sobin, "Why We Should Reconsider Teaching Grammar: A
response to the Romantic Position"
 Philip A. Crant, "Autobiography and Interview"
 Jack Fellman, "Thoughts on the History and Revival of Hebrew"
 John Lind, "The Language of the Gulag: A Study of Soviet Prison Slang"

Subscription for individuals is $15.00 for one year (two double issues).
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Message 2: -0400

Date: Wed, 01 Jun 1994 17:19:26 -0400
From: Cecilia Kullman <ceciliaumiacs.UMD.EDU>
Subject: -0400


 Second International Conference on
 CONCEPTUAL STRUCTURES
 ICCS'94

 August 16-20, 1994
 University of Maryland
 College Park, MD
 USA

 ANNOUNCEMENT

In accordance with the theme of our 10th Anniversary meeting, of
focusing on future aspirations, we are offering an award of
$500 for the best proposal submitted describing a substantive
research project to be done using conceptual graphs (cgs).
Only bona fide students, that is, both graduates and undergraduates
currently registered at recognized educational institutions,
may make eligible submissions.

Proposals may deal with advances in theory, application, or
implementation. They ought to be substantive and thoughtful, including
enough detail to describe adequately the limits of the proposed project,
to a maximum of ten pages, preferably fewer. The planned research
is expected to be productive of significant results,
which may be measured or otherwise rigorously evaluated.

Five copies of each proposal must be sent to:

 ICCS'94
 UMIACS
 University of Maryland
 College Park, MD 20742
 USA
 phone: 301-405-6722
 FAX: 301-314-9658

by AUGUST 1, 1994, along with proof of current student status, for example,
a letter affirming student status, from an institutional advisor or officer.

All eligible proposals will be published along with the shorter papers
presented at the Conference. The name of the winner will be
announced at the Reception on the last night of the Conference.
Ineligible proposals will be returned to submitters without review.

If you have further questions, please contact the General Chair of
ICCS'94, Judy Dick at dickglue.umd.edu, or telephone 301-405-2048.

A small amount of grant money is available for aid in student travel.
Please send requests as soon as possible, giving proof of student status.
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