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Message 1: IALL '95 at Notre Dame (fwd)

Date: Thu, 9 Feb 1995 14:16:00 -IALL '95 at Notre Dame (fwd)
From: ( <clasonvela.acs.oakland.edu>
Subject: IALL '95 at Notre Dame (fwd)

Having read today's postings regarding the conferences to be held in the
summer, I was wondering if you would be interested in posting this one as
well. I believe that there may be a number of participants in our list
who would benefit from this news regrding L2 learning technology.

Thanks!
Chris Clason
Oakland University

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)
) IALL (The International Association for Learning Laboratories) announces
) its fourth biennial conference, to be held at the University of Notre Dame
) in May 1995.
)
) IALL members are the directors of language and media labs, and foreign
) language teaching professionals, primarily at colleges and universities but
) also at high schools, around the world.
)
) IALL '95 will feature sessions on using multi-media in the foreign language
) classroom; designing and renovating language and media centers; on managing
) time, money, people, and resources; managing digital information; making
) use of Internet resources, distance learning, virtual labs, and much much
) more.
)
) Two pre-conference workshop days will provide hands-on learning
) opportunities for data management, desktop publishing, and classroom
) presentation software.
)
) The theme of the conference is "Language Labs on the Leading Edge" and it
) is our aim to provide insight into the very latest in equipment, software
) and thinking, with a special(but not exclusive) focus on foreign languages.
)
) The location for conference sessions is DeBartolo Hall, a building
) designed with the technologically well-equipped classroom in mind.
)
) Plan to join us at Notre Dame for IALL '95!
)
) May 22 - dorm check-in (inexpensive!)
) May 23 and 24 - pre-conference workshops, May 24 - opening dinner
) May 25, 26, 27 - conference sessions and exhibition
) May 28 - Board and Council meetings
)
)
) To get your name on the IALL '95 at Notre Dame mailing list, send an e-mail
) message to IALL95nd.edu with your name and address information. Or call
) the IALL '95 at Notre Dame hotline at (219) 631-4269 and leave voicemail.
) Detailed conference announcements and registration forms will be mailed in
) February.
)
) IALL '95 at Notre Dame
) May 23-28
)
) Ursula Williams, Conference Coordinator and Host
) John Huy, Chair, Program Committee
) Pete Smith, Chair, Exhibits Committee
)

Could you please inform friends and colleagues of this conference, one at
which the latest in language learning technology becomes the topic of
conversation, where the one loses one's "technophobia" among a group of
very nice people, and where one finds out how to incorportate interesting
things into one's language programs!

Chris Clason
Oakland University
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Message 2: Program for Spanish Presession GURT

Date: Thu, 09 Feb 1995 13:21:03 Program for Spanish Presession GURT
From: <CATALANNguvax.acc.georgetown.edu>
Subject: Program for Spanish Presession GURT

 2nd Presession on Spanish Linguistics
 GURT 1995
 Georgetown University
 Intercultural Center (ICC) 115
Monday, 6 March
8:30 Refreshments
8:45 Welcome, opening remarks
9:00-9:30 Susan Garrett, University of Pennsylvania
 Rethinking Spanish stress and syllable structure
9:30-10:00 John M. Lipski, University of New Mexico
 Syllabic sonorants in Southwest Spanish; patterns of
 feature reassignment
10:00-10:30 Angel Alonso-Cortes, Univ Complutense de Madrid and UC Berkeley
 Spanish diphthongization;arguments for a nonderivational theory
10:30-10:50 BREAK
10:50-11:20 Sonia Colina, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
 Spanish noun truncation: The emergence of the unmarked
11:20-12:00 INVITED SPEAKER, Jose I. Hualde, Univ. of Illinois, U-Champaign
 Rules vs. constraints in Spanish syllabification
12:00-2:00 LUNCH
2:00-2:40 INVITED SPEAKER, Paul M. Lloyd, University of Pennsylvania
 Aspects of the cause of syntactic change and the
 evolution of the -ra form in Spanish.
2:40-3:10 Jose del Valle, Miami University, Ohio
 Reviewing Spanish historical linguistics:
 A critique of Ram n Men ndez Pidal's Convergence Model
3:10-3:40 Karen Dakin, UNAM and Claudia Parodi, UCLA
 Hispanisms in American Indian languages:
 Evidence for Old Spanish phonological reconstruction
3:40-4:00 BREAK
4:00-4:30 Chinatsu Aone, Hatte Blejer, Graciela Rosenblat,
 Systems Research and Applications Corporation and
 Carol Van Ess-Dykema, Department of Defense
 Corpus-based discourse analysis for a Spanish text
 understanding system
4:30-5:00 Sarah E. Blackwell, University of Georgia, Athens
 The use of anaphoric NPs in Spanish narrative discourse:
 A Neo-Gricean pragmatic approach
5:00-5:30 Matilde Mansilla and Jose Ramon Losada, Univerisdade de Vigo
 Asymmetry of the future present in the independent sentences
 of Spanish and English.
5:30-5:40 BREAK
5:40-6:20 INVITED SPEAKER, Jorge Guitart, SUNY, Buffalo
 On the semantic role "Theme" in Spanish grammar
6:30-8:30 Reception, Intercultural Center (ICC) 5th Floor Faculty Lounge

Tuesday, 7 March
8:30 Refreshments
8:40-9:20 INVITED SPEAKER, Juan Uriagereka, Univ. of MD, College Park
 Dependencias paratacticas
9:20-9:50 Javier Ormazabal, University of the Basque Country (EHU)
 Infinitival complements in Romance and English:
 A comparative study
9:50-10:20 Maria Luisa Jimenez, Georgetown University
 Semantic and pragmatic conditions on movement
10:20-10:40 BREAK
10:40-11:10 Violeta Demonte and Soledad Varela, UAM
 Spanish event nominal-infinitives
11:10-11:40 Antxon Olarrea, University of Washington, Seattle
 Person agreement and word order in Spanish
11:40-12:10 Jon Franco, Univ of Deusto and Alaxne Landa, Univ of the Basque
 Country and University of Deusto
 An analysis of AgrO projections for Spanish cuasatives
12:10-2:00 LUNCH
2:00-2:40 INVITED SPEAKER, James F. Lee, Univ. of Illinois, U-Champaign
 Do forms have meaning for second language learners? Not really
2:40-3:10 Juana Munoz-Liceras, Univ. of Ottawa and L. Diaz, Univ. Pompeu
 Fabra
 On the nature of Spanish interlanguages: a role for principles
 of universal grammar, parametric transfer and re-structuring
 options
3:10-3:40 Joyce Bruhn-Garavito, McGill University
 Verb complementation, coreference and tense in the second
 language acquisition of Spanish
3:40-4:00 BREAK
4:00-4:30 Ana Teresa Perez-Leroux, Pennsylvania State University
 Inversion in child Spanish
4:30-5:00 Teresa Satterfield, University of Iowa
 Toward a new minimalist account of null subjects
5:00-5:15 BREAK
5:15-5:45 Paula Kempchinsky, University of Iowa
 Existential predicates in Romance
5:45-6:15 Alicia Cipria, Ohio State University, Georgia Southern Univ.
 and Craige Roberts, Ohio State University
 Spanish _imperfecto_ and _preterito_: Truth conditions and
 aktionstart effects
6:15 Closing Remarks

Alternates
Igone Arteagoitea, Georgetown University
Tense variation in Spanish narrative: Using language corpora towards
incorporating native speaker norms in language teaching

William Byrne, UC San Diego
VP-internal subjects in Spanish: Consequences for the Mapping Hypothesis

Joaquim Camps, Georgetown University
Some remarks on "de"-phrases in Spanish

David Eddington, Middle Tennessee State University
Unstressed diphthongs in Spanish derivational morphology

Javier Gutierrrez, UCLA
Universal quantifiers and the interpretation of questions

Viola Miglio, University of Maryland, College Park
Evidence for language change: The "demise" of the passive in Mexican Spanish
during the Colonial period
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