LINGUIST List 6.1743

Thu Dec 14 1995

Calls: Manchester Univ., Northwest Ling Confs

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  1. MFUX2JB1, Confs:5th Manchester University Postgraduate - Call for Papers
  2. Maria Galvao, NWLC 1996 - 2nd call

Message 1: Confs:5th Manchester University Postgraduate - Call for Papers

Date: Wed, 13 Dec 1995 17:39:14 Confs:5th Manchester University Postgraduate - Call for Papers
From: MFUX2JB1 <MFUX2JB1fs1.art.man.ac.uk>
Subject: Confs:5th Manchester University Postgraduate - Call for Papers

We would like to advise all Linglist subscribers of the 5th Manchester
University Postgraduate Linguistics Conference - a conference organised
by postgraduates for postgradutes.

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Time: 9.00 to 6.00
Registration Fee: Five pound sterling

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Up to 24 student papers of 20 minutes

Guest Speaker to be confirmed

Abstracts welcome in all areas of general and applied lingustics.

Deadline for submission of abstracts: 29th January 1996.

Abstracts should be 100-200 words submitted in hard copy to:
The Reading Committee
5th Postgraduate Linguistics Conference
Department of Linguistics
University of Manchester
MANCHESTER M13 9PL

registration forms are obtainable by writing to:
Karl Bernhardt or Cristina Capuzzo
at the above address.

or you can e-mail the conference on:
e-mail: pgcman.ac.uk

Please address all enquiries to the e-mail address given as:
pgcman.ac.uk not to this senders address. Thanks.
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Message 2: NWLC 1996 - 2nd call

Date: Tue, 12 Dec 1995 17:42:27 NWLC 1996 - 2nd call
From: Maria Galvao <mgalvaou.washington.edu>
Subject: NWLC 1996 - 2nd call


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		 NORTHWEST LINGUISTIC CONFERENCE 1996
			 (NWLC 96)

			 UNIVERSITY OF WASHINGTON
				 SEATTLE, WA

			 MARCH 30-31, 1996

Please submit 5 anonymous copies of a one page abstract with an additional
page for figures and references from all areas of linguistics for a 20
minute talk followed by a 10 minute discussion period by January 10th,
1996 to:

	University of Washington
 	Dept of Linguistics
	Box # 354340
	Attn: NWLC 96 Committee
	Seattle, WA 98195-4340

Sorry, no e-mail submissions will be accepted.

Attach to the anonymous abstract a 3x5" card with your name, affiliation,
address, phone number, fax number, and e-mail address.

Receipt of abstracts will be acknowledged via e-mail within 48 hours.

Northwest Linguistic students will be given preference in continuance with
previous years' tradition, however all abstracts from outside the area are
strongly encouraged.

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