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Sun Nov 19 1995

Calls: Semantics and ling theory, Int'l Congress of Linguists

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  1. , final call for SALT6: Semantics and ling theory
  2. 16e Congres International des Linguistescil16cnrs-bellevue.fr, REQUEST FOR ANNOUNCEMENT: XVlth International Congress of Linguists

Message 1: final call for SALT6: Semantics and ling theory

Date: Fri, 17 Nov 1995 09:34:09 final call for SALT6: Semantics and ling theory
From: <SALT6zodiac.rutgers.edu>
Subject: final call for SALT6: Semantics and ling theory


 SALT VI
 Call for Papers
 SEMANTICS and LINGUISTIC THEORY
 Sixth Annual Meeting
 Rutgers University
 New Brunswick NJ
 April 26-28, 1996

			Invited Speakers
 Pauline Jacobson
 Fred Landman
 Manfred Pinkal
 Mats Rooth
 Robert Stalnaker

SALT VI invites submissions for 30-minute presentations (with 10
additional minutes for discussion) on any topic in the semantic
analysis of natural language emphasizing the connection to linguistic
theory. Authors should submit 10 copies of abstracts, no more than 2
pages (1000) words long. Authors' names, addresses, affiliations,
phone numbers and e-mail addresses, and paper title should accompany
the abstracts on a 3x5 card. No Fax or E-mail submissions will be
accepted.

 Abstract deadline: December 1, 1995

Abstracts should be sent to:

 SALT VI Committee
 Department of Linguistics
 Rutgers University
 18 Seminary Place
 New Brunswick, NJ 08903
 USA

The program will be completed by early February, at which time
conference information will be made available. For inquiries, write
to the address above or email to
 "salt6zodiac.rutgers.edu"
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Message 2: REQUEST FOR ANNOUNCEMENT: XVlth International Congress of Linguists

Date: Fri, 17 Nov 1995 15:47:11 REQUEST FOR ANNOUNCEMENT: XVlth International Congress of Linguists
From: 16e Congres International des Linguistescil16cnrs-bellevue.fr <cil16cnrs-bellevue.fr>
Subject: REQUEST FOR ANNOUNCEMENT: XVlth International Congress of Linguists


ANNOUNCEMENT
XVlth International Congress of Linguists
Organized by
Societe de Linguistique de Paris
under the auspices of the
Permanent International Committee of Linguists

Paris, July 20-25, 1997
ORGANIZING COMMITTEE
PRESIDENT: 	Jean PERROT
	Secretetaire of SLP, EPHE
VICE-PRESIDENTS:	Gilbert LAZARD
	EPHE, membre de l'lnstitut
	Pascal VERNUS
	President de la SLP, EPHE
SECRETARY GENERAL:	Bernard CARON
	Administrateur de la SLP, INALCO

GENERAL INFORMATION
Date and location
July 20-25, 1997.
Palais des Congres, Paris (Porte Maillot), France

Accommodation
Hotels in all price ranges and limited accommodation in University
residences. All applications must be sent to:

A.T.I. Congres
1, villa Boissiere
F-75116 Paris France
Tel.: (33-1) 47 27 15 15 ; Fax: (33-1) 47 27 05 87

REGISTRATION FEES
Before 30-04-96; From 1-05-96 to 31-12-96; From 01-011-97 to 20-07-97
Participants 1 200 FF; 1 450 FF; 1 750 FF
Accompanying 600 FF; 725 FF; 875 FF
Students 300 FF; 400 FF; 500 FF

Congress fees must be paid exclusively in French Francs, or Credit
Card. Contact Secretary for further information

OFFICIAL LANGUAGES:
All widespread languages are accepted for oral presentations in
parallel sessions. The summaries should, like the circulars, be
written both in French and in English.
Plenary sessions The topics of these sessions are:
1. The development of linguistics in the 2nd half
of the XXth century.
2. Language families, areas and types.
3. Linguistic structures and mental activities.
4. Linguistic structures and communication.

The topic of each plenary session will be developed by three
speakers. This will be followed by a general discussion.

PAPERS
Conference papers may take the form of oral presentations in parallel
sessions or posters. Oral presentations are scheduled to last twenty
minutes, including question period. Participants choosing the poster
session will be allowed two hours.

In its present state, the list of topics for parallel sections is:
1. History of linguistics.
2. Philosophy of linguistics.
3. Typology and invariants.
4. Language policies in the contemporary worid.
5. Dialectology and sociolinguistics.
6. Psycholinguistics and neurolinguistics.
7. Language acquisition and learning.
8. Phonetics and phonology.
9. Morphology.
10. Syntax.
11. Generative grammars and formal types of syntax.
12. Semantics.
13. Lexicology.
14. Pragmatics and text linguistics.
15. Pidgins, creoles and languages in contact.
16. Historical linguistics.
17. Reconstruction and etymology.
18. Computational linguistics and computer sciences.
19. Sign languages.
20. Boundaries and overlapping of the various fields of linguistics.

Participants wishing to present a paper will be requested to send an
abstract before October 1, 1996.

PANEL DISCUSSIONS

The Organizing Committee invites congressists to propose topics for
panel discussions by March 1, 1996, with a list of possible
participants. The persons whose topics is chosen will be responsible
for organizing their panel discussion. They must send the final list
of participants before January 1, 1997.

The second circular will be dispatched in June 1996.1t will be posted
to those who have registered or have contacted the Secretary by April
30, 1996.

ADDRESS ALL CORRESPONDANCE TO:

CIL 16
Bernard Caron
CNRS LLACAN
4 ter, route des Gardes - F-92190 Meudon (France)
Tel.: (33-1) 45 07 50 21 ; Fax: (33-1) 45 07 51 12
E-mail: cil16cnrs-bellevue.fr

16e Congres International des Linguistes
CNRS LLACAN
4 ter, route des Gardes
92190 MEUDON - FRANCE
tel : 1-45 07 50 21
fax: 1-45 07 51 12
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