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  1. Reinhard Koehler, International Quantitative Linguistics Association (IQLA)
  2. Jan Don, announcement LOT summerschool Amsterdam

Message 1: International Quantitative Linguistics Association (IQLA)

Date: Tue, 4 Apr 1995 09:38:40 +International Quantitative Linguistics Association (IQLA)
From: Reinhard Koehler <koehlerldv01.Uni-Trier.DE>
Subject: International Quantitative Linguistics Association (IQLA)

About the International Quantitative Linguistics Association (IQLA):

On the occasion of the Second International Conference on Quantitative
Linguistics, QUALICO-2, which was held in Moscow, Russia, at Moscow State
University, in September 1994, the International Quantitative Linguistics
Association (IQLA) was founded.

The purpose of the IQLA is to promote the development of theoretical and
applied quantitative linguistics and to stimulate worldwide communication
of scientists working in these fields. In order to realize these
objectives, the Association publishes a newsletter, holds international
conferences, establishes chapters, and sponsors other activities consistent
with its objectives.

At present, the IQLA Council consists of:
R. Koehler, University of Trier, Trier, Germany (President);
A. Polikarpov, Moscow State University, Moscow, Russia (Vice-President);
S. Embleton, York University, Toronto, Canada (Treasurer);
P. Schmidt, University of Trier, Trier, Germany (Secretary-General);
N. Dar^cuk, O.O. Potebnya Institute of Linguistics, Kiev, Ukraine;
Ju. Krylov, St. Petersburg Electrotechnical University,
St. Petersburg, Russia;
A. ^Sajkevi^c, Institute of Russian Language,
Russian Academy of Sciences, Moscow, Russia;
G. Sil'nickij, Smolensk Pedagogical Institute, Smolensk, Russia
(Council Members at large).
The IQLA Founding Assembly voted for the Journal of Quantitative
Linguistics to be the official organ of the Association:
 The Journal of Quantitative Linguistics
 Swets & Zeitlinger, P.O. Box 825,
 NL-2160 SZ Lisse, The Netherlands

IQLA membership includes subscription to The Journal of Quantitative
 Linguistics. The actual IQLA annual fees are:

 60 US $ (including JQL) for non-student memebers
 20 US $ for students
 200 US $ (including JQL) for institutions

(special fees for former Socialist countries and developing countries)

For further information on the IQLA, please contact:

IQLA, Universitdt Trier, FB II, LDV, D-54286 Trier, Germany
e-mail: koehlerldv01.Uni-Trier.de

For further information on The Journal of Quantitative Linguistics,
please contact the above address.

Contributions to JQL should be sent to:

 Prof. Dr. Reinhard Kvhler, Universitdt Trier, FB II, LDV,
 D-54286 Trier, Germany (Editor)
 e-mail: koehlerldv01.Uni-Trier.de

or to: The Journal of Quantitative Linguistics, Editorial Office,
 Swets & Zeitlinger /SPS
 P.O. Box 164, NL-2170 SZ Sassenheim, The Netherlands

or The Journal of Quantitative Linguistics, Editorial Office,
 Swets & Zeitlinger /SPS
 P.O. Box 613, Royersford, PA 19468, USA
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Message 2: announcement LOT summerschool Amsterdam

Date: Tue, 4 Apr 1995 11:45:24 Gannouncement LOT summerschool Amsterdam
From: Jan Don <Jan.DonLET.RUU.NL>
Subject: announcement LOT summerschool Amsterdam

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 Program LOT-Summerschool 1995
 University of Amsterdam

 June 12 -15 & 19-23 1995

The Dutch Graduate School in Linguistics (LOT) invites you
to participate in the Summerschool which will be held in June 1995
at the University of Amsterdam.

The following courses will be given:

First Week:
E. Clark (Stanford)
 First Language Acquisition
L. Oversteegen, Spooren (Tilburg) & Sanders (Utrecht)
 Discourse Relations: Temporal, Causal and Contrastive
C. de Groot & D. Bakker (Amsterdam)
 Syntax in Functional Grammar
A. Goldberg (San Diego)
 Construction Grammar
F. Hinskens & R.van Hout (Nijmegen/Tilburg)
 Language Variation
R. Schoonen (Amsterdam)
 Methods and Techniques of Empirical Research
M. Rooth (Stuttgart)
 Corpus Methods for Theoretical Linguists
R. Heim (MIT)
 Syntax-Semantics Interface: Ellipsis
P. Werth (Amsterdam)
 Text Worlds: Representing Conceptual Space in Discourse

Second Week:
G. Piggott (Montreal/Leyden)
 Syllable Structure and Segmental Licensing
M. Brody (London/Budapest)
 Minimalist Theory: Properties of Chains
S. Thomason (Pittsburgh)
 Language Contact and Language Change
S. Anderson (Yale)
 The Morphology-Syntax Interface
J.R. Hayes (Carnegie Mellon University)
 Motivation and Affect in Writing
L. Boves (Nijmegen)
 Spoken Language Dialogue Systems
R. Kager (Utrecht)
 Prosody and the Phonology-Morphology Interface
A. Neeleman (Utrecht)
 Flexibility in Syntax
Snoeck Henkemans/Van Rees (Amsterdam)
 The Analysis of Argumentative Discourse

Course descriptions and enrollment forms will be sent by E-mail on request.
Enrollment forms should be returned before 1 May.
Costs: 350,= DFL. per week (approx. $200).

Further information/enrollment:
 E-mail: lotlet.ruu.nl
 Phone: 31-30-536006
 Fax: 31-30-536000
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