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Date: Tue, 19 Jul 1994 16:27:40 8th International colloquium on Latin Linguistics
From: <F.Heberleinku-eichstaett.d400.de>
Subject: 8th International colloquium on Latin Linguistics

 8TH INTERNATIONAL COLLOQUIUM OF LATIN LINGUISTICS
 Eichstaett, Bavaria April 24 - 28, 1995


Colloquium Organizers:
Departments of Classics and Comparative Linguistics
Coordinator: Friedrich Heberlein
University of Eichstatt, SLF
D-85071 Eichstatt
Fax: (0)8421/89912, Email: sla019

SECOND CIRCULAR

Outline of Programme
Sunday, April 23 afternoon and evening Informal gathering
 Registration
Monday, April 24 morning Opening session
 Working session
 afternoon Working session
 evening Reception by the president
 of university
Tuesday, April 25 morning Working session
 afternoon Working session
 evening Sightseeing tour in town
 and organ concert by the
 director of music of the
 cathedral
Wednesday, April 26 morning Working session
 afternoon Excursion
Thursday, April 27 morrning Working session
 afternoon Working session
 evening Round Tables
Friday, April 28 morning Working session
 Closing session
 afternoon Reception by the head of
 administration of the
 Landkreis Eichstatt
Saturday, April 29 (optional) "Post-Colloquium" excursion
 (see below)

The registration of participants will take place on Sunday afternoon
and all day on Monday.

PRESENTATION OF PAPERS AND ABSTRACTS

Participants wishing to read papers (of a maximum duration of 25
minutes) are requested to send the Coordinator by November 15th, 1994,
two copies of a camera-ready printout, according to the following
Outlines:
Format:
A4, 2,5cm margin on each side, type size 11pt.
header 1 (centered): name, affiliation and country
header 2 (centered): title
empty space of one line
text

The decision on the acceptance of a paper will be made by the
International Committee. You will be informed of acceptance by the end
of December.
As there is no "official" language of the congress, papers may be
delivered in any language preferred by the reader (However, experience
of the colloquium in Jerusalem has shown that English, French, Spanish,
and German are at least understood by a sufficient number of members;
of course, the same also applies to Italian.).


WORKSHOPS AND ROUND TABLES
We have received a variety of topics as proposals for round tables.
They are planned and moderated by the organizers listed below.
Participants interested in one of the following topics are requested to
contact the organizers:

Informatique et latin M. Absil, Facultes Universitaires,
 61, rue de Bruxelles, B-500 Namur

Latin Numerals Ph. Baldi, Classics Dpt.,
 108, Weaver Building, Penn State
 University, University Bark, PA 16802
 USA

Rhetorik und Stilistik G. Calboli, Universita di Bologna,
 Via Zamboni 34, I-40126 Bologna

Analyse de Texts E. Heilig, Kirchenweg 5, D-72810
 Gomaringen

The Vocabulary of the Latin E. Del Rio, Colegio Universitario de
Tragedy la Rioja, E-26005 Logrono

La prefixation: quelques aspects G. Serbat, 8 rue Politzer, F-94100
du phenomene St-Maur
 L. Nadjo, 15 Av. Nationale, F-91300
 Massy

REGISTRATION

Formal registration to the Colloquium is made by sending your name,
affiliation,address and participation fee to the coordinator
as soon as possible, at latest, however, until November 15th.

Participation Fees
 if paid before thereafter
 Nov. 15, 1994
Participants DM 100 DM 120
Students DM 80 DM 100
Accompanying DM 40 DM 60

Mode of Payment
You are requested to exclusively choose one of the following two modes
of payment (no bank transfers from foreign countries, please, because
of the extremely high fees.):
- Eurocheque in DM
- Cheque in any European currency or in Dollar to the order of
 The International Colloquium on Latin Linguistics

Mail to: Dr. F. Heberlein, Seminar fur Klassische Philologie,
Universitat Eichstatt, D-85071 Eichstatt.

In case of cancellation before March 15th, 1995, payment is refundable
minus processing charges.

VENUES
The lectures and round tables will take place on the campus of the
Catholic University of Eichstatt. Lunch and snacks are available at the
university's canteen and caferteria. Restaurants and coffee shops are
only a short distance away.

How to get to Eichstatt

1. by car:
from the north: Motorway (A7) Nurnberg to Munchen,
 Exit Altmuhltal
from the south: Motorway (A7) Munchen to Nurnberg,
 Exit Ingolstadt Nord
2. by train:
from Munchen or Nurnberg (approx. 60-70 minutes)
3. by plane:
via Munich Airport or Nuremberg Airport.


ACCOMMODATION AND RESERVATIONS
Following types of rooms are available:

1. Inns: single room, breakfast included
 DM 50 - DM 65.
2. Hotels: single room, breakfast included
 DM 85 - DM 90.
3. Holiday flat for 2-4 persons, self catering
 DM 50 - DM 90.
4. Room with shared shower/WC (only a limited amount of rooms
 available, preferably for younger participants)
 DM 34.

POST-COLLOQUIUM-EXCURSION

If sufficient participants are interested a one-day excursion on
Saturday, April 29 can be organized. Two possible options can be
offered:

1. Bavarian castles and Allgauer Alps
2. Romantic towns in Franconia (Wurzburg, Rotenburg o.d.T., etc.)

Please state on your registration form whether you are interested in
one of these excursions.

TIMETABLE

We ask all participants to keep to the following schedule to ensure that the
organization of the colloquium can go off smoothly.

15.11.1994 Registrations forms, abstracts and registration
 fees have to be sent in.
15.01.1995 Closing date for the booking of accommodation
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