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  1. Maxim Stamenov, Conference on "Language and Consciousness"
  2. M. Rafael Salaberry, SLRF 95: deadline (call for papers) extended/change of conference date

Message 1: Conference on "Language and Consciousness"

Date: Sat, 11 Mar 95 09:52:04 BGConference on "Language and Consciousness"
From: Maxim Stamenov <MAXSTAMBGEARN.BITNET>
Subject: Conference on "Language and Consciousness"

 Pre-Announcement

 LANGUAGE AND CONSCIOUSNESS

 An International Symposium

The Institute of the Bulgarian Language, Bulgarian Academy of Sciences, will or
ganize September 12-15, 1995 in Varna (at the Black Sea coast) an international
 symposium on "Language and Consciousness". The call for papers and the list of
 the invited speakers will be posted early in April.

For further information write or call the organizer.

Organizer:
Maxim Stamenov
Institute of the Bulgarian Language
Shipchenski Prokhod St. 52, bl. 17
1113 Sofia, BULGARIA
Tel/fax (359-2) 732-217
E-mail: maxstambgearn.bitnet
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Message 2: SLRF 95: deadline (call for papers) extended/change of conference date

Date: Mon, 13 Mar 1995 08:57:04 SLRF 95: deadline (call for papers) extended/change of conference date
From: M. Rafael Salaberry <mrs4cornell.edu>
Subject: SLRF 95: deadline (call for papers) extended/change of conference date

S L R F '9 5 U P D A T E

** DEADLINE EXTENDED **
** CONFERENCE DATES CHANGED **

Deadline for Abstracts EXTENDED TO ** APRIL 15 **
Conference Dates Changed to ** September 29-October 1, 1995 **

CALL FOR PAPERS & POSTERS

Second Language Research Forum 1995 (SLRF 95)
Cornell University
Ithaca, New York

** NEW DATE: September 29 - October 1, 1995 **

PLENARY SPEAKERS: Suzanne Flynn (MIT)
 William Frawley (University of Delaware)
 John Schumann (UCLA)
 Bonnie Schwartz (University of Durham)

PAPERS:

Abstracts are invited for 30 minute talks on any area of second language
research. Each talk will be followed by a ten minute discussion period.

POSTERS:

The poster session is designed to provide more exposure to work in
progress. The posters, which consist of a summary and display of the
research (including title, hypotheses, procedures, results and discussion)
will be exhibited for the first two days of the conference; authors will be
available to discuss their work during a specified period on one of these
days. Authors of accepted posters will be given further instructions
regarding the preparation of materials. We will give special consideration
to poster submissions from graduate students.

ABSTRACTS REQUIREMENTS:

 1. Send SIX copies of an anonymous 300-400 word abstract. Abstracts
should be clearly titled and indicate whether submitted for a poster or a
paper.
 2. Send TWO copies of a 100-150 word abstract for inclusion in the
conference program if you are selected. This should also be titled and
include your name.
 3. Include a 3x5 card with this information: 1) name, 2) paper or
poster title, 3) affiliation, 4) mailing address, 5) e-mail address, 6)
phone
number, 7) audio-visual needs (for papers only).

NOTE: Authors may submit a maximum of one individual and one joint abstract.

Mail all abstract materials to the following address; we are unable to
accept fax or e-mail submissions.

SLRF 1995
Nuria Lopez Ortega, Abstracts Committee
Cornell University
Department of Modern Languages and Linguistics
Morrill Hall
Ithaca, NY 14853-4701

** EXTENDED DEADLINE FOR ABSTRACTS:
Abstracts MUST BE RECEIVED by APRIL 15, 1995 (5 PM) **

For additional information: e-mail SLRF95cornell.edu
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