LINGUIST List 5.658

Wed 08 Jun 1994

Confs: Langues et Grammaire, Lang in Ireland, Athabaskan Lang

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  2. , Language in Ireland Conference
  3. Bill Poser, Athabaskan Languages Conference Final Program

Message 1: Langues et Grammaire Conf. Practical Information

Date: Thu, 2 Jun 94 18:38:36 +02Langues et Grammaire Conf. Practical Information
From: <sdluniv-paris8.fr>
Subject: Langues et Grammaire Conf. Practical Information


 Dear Colleagues,

 Here is some practical information about the conference.
The Conference will be held at the University of Paris 8 at Saint Denis
Acces: From Paris Metro line 13, direction SAINT DENIS BASILIQUE
station SAINT DENIS BASILIQUE, then Bus No 255 stop Universite Paris-8.

 Accomodation : two Hotels near the University have set aside
a block of rooms each:
Hotel Campanile : Tel. +33+1+48.20.29.88 Fax +33+1+48.20.11.04
single room 372 FrF including Breakfast
Double room 200 per person/night including Breakfast.

Hotel Fimotel : Tel : +33+1+48.09.48.10 Fax : +33+1+48.09.85.14
Single room 330 FrF
Double room (Twin beds) : 380 FrF
To make a reservation : contact directly the hotels BEFORE JUNE 10.

Registration Fees : 150FrF (+50 FRF For the proceedings, (optional)) Students
100 FrF (+50 FrF for the Proceedings, (optional)).
For more information contact us at sdluniv-paris8.fr.
Information will also be sent out by regular mail.

 HOPE TO SEE YOU IN JUNE
Georges Tsoulas Lea Nash.
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Message 2: Language in Ireland Conference

Date: Mon, 6 Jun 94 10:50 BST
From: <FEBH23ujvax.ulst.ac.uk>
Subject: Language in Ireland Conference

"International Conference on Language in Ireland, 22-25 June 1994"
To be held at University of Ulster at Jordanstown.
Keynote Speakers: Ken Hale (MIT), James McCloskey (UCSC), John Harris (UCL)

Prospective delegates are urged to send in their booking forms as soon as
possible. Anyone who has not received information, and requires details
of booking, please e-mail to this address or fax +44 232 362806, mark
"attn Dr M Ball, Dept Communication).
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Message 3: Athabaskan Languages Conference Final Program

Date: Mon, 6 Jun 94 11:07:13 -07Athabaskan Languages Conference Final Program
From: Bill Poser <posercrystals.stanford.edu>
Subject: Athabaskan Languages Conference Final Program


Here is the final program for the Athabaskan Languages Conference to
be held shortly in Stoney Creek, British Columbia.

Thursday, June 16, 1994

10:00 a.m. Registration

10:45 Welcome

11:00-11:30 Mary Ann Willie, University of New Mexico and Eloise Jelinek,
 University of Arizona
 "Subjects in Navajo 'Psych' Verbs"

11:30-12:00 Elder - Mary John

12:00-1:30 Lunch
 Slide Presentation - Chunlac Village Massacre - George
 LaBrash

1:30-2:00 Ferninand deHaan, University of New Mexico
 "Negation and Scope in OV Languages: Evidence from Navajo"

2:00-2:30 Elder-Sophie Thomas

2:30-3:00 Alice Taff, University of Washington
 "Deg Xinag Verbs: Hypercard Language Learning Project"

3:00-3:30 Elder-Madeline Johnny

3:30-4:00 Leslie Saxon and Jacqueline deBruin, University of Victoria
 "Dogrib First Person dual Subject Inflection"

4:30-5:00 Elder-Alex Johnny

5:00-6:30 Dinner

6:30-7:00 Stoney Creek Dancers


Friday, June 17, 1994

9:30-10:00 A.M. James Kari, Asaska Native Language Centre
 "Local vs. Regional Place Naming-Conventions in
 Athabaskan Languages"

10:00-10:30 Elder-Scott Antoine

10:30-11:00 Sharon Hargus, University of Washington
 "D-Classifiers in Witsusit'en"

11:00-11:30 Elder-Francisca Antoine

11:30-12:00 Bill Poser, Stanford University
 "The Latin Hymns in the Carrier Prayer Book"

12:00-12:30 Chris Gunlogson, University of Washington
 "A Comparative Look at Agreement in Athabaskan Language"

12:30-2:00 Lunch
 Jim Wilson - Software Demonstration

2:00-2:30 Elder

2:30-3:00 ?

3:00-3:30 Elder

3:30-4:00 Dagmar Jung, University of New Mexico
 "Functions of the Nominalizer -i in Jicarilla Apache"

4:00-4:30 Siri G. Tuttle, University of Washington
 "metrical Evidence for the Full-reduced Vowel Distinction in
 Galice Athabaskan"

4:30-5:30 Travel to Fort St. James

5:30-7:00 Supper

7:00-9:00 Tour of Fort St. James Historical Site

For more information on housing etc., contact Alison McDonald
(604)960-5517 or Marlene Erickson at (604)562-2131, extension 460.

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