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Message 1: updated call for papers console 4

Date: Wed, 3 May 1995 12:17:52 -updated call for papers console 4
From: Reuben Van de Vijer <rubenCsli.Stanford.EDU>
Subject: updated call for papers console 4


 CONSOLE 4
 7-9 DECEMBER 1995
 PARIS

The fourth meeting of the Student Organization of Linguistics in
Europe, Console 4, will be held in Paris from 7-9 December this year.
The object of SOLE is to give students of generative linguistics the
possibility of gaining international experience and to enhance
contacts and cooperation between students of generative linguistics in
Europe and in other parts of the world.

Abstracts in the field of generative linguistics (more specifically
but not limited to: phonology, morphology, semantics, sign language,
language acquisition and syntax) are solicited. If you are interested
please submit three copies of an anonymous abstract, maximally two
pages including examples, diagrams and references in a font of
minimally 10 pnt. State your affiliation on a seperate sheet.

Deadline for submission is 1 August 1995. Abstracts received after
this date will not be considered.

Your abstract can be submitted by e-mail untill 14 June. Abstracts
submitted after this date can only be send by regular mail. The
e-mail address is (for abstracts submitted before 14 June only):

 gueronidf.ext.jussieu.fr

The address for regular mail is (for submission after 14 June):

 Jacqueline Gueron
 Departement d'Anglais
 U. Paris X. Nanterre
 200 Avenue de la Republique
 92001 Cedex
 Nanterre
 France

or

 Alain Rouveret
 Departement des Sciences du Langage
 U. Paris VIII
 2 rue de la Liberte
 93256 Cedex
 Saint Denis
 France

If you have questions you can turn to Jacqueline Gueron, Alain
Rouveret at the above mentioned addresses or to Ruben van de Vijver at
rubencsli.stanford.edu.

With apologies for the inconvience.

Ruben van de Vijver
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Message 2: Biennial Conference of the BRITISH APHASIOLOGY SOCIETY

Date: Wed, 3 May 95 17:01:25 BSTBiennial Conference of the BRITISH APHASIOLOGY SOCIETY
From: <lumfestival.ed.ac.uk>
Subject: Biennial Conference of the BRITISH APHASIOLOGY SOCIETY

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 Biennial Conference of the
 BRITISH APHASIOLOGY SOCIETY

 September 12-14th,1995

 University of York
 U.K.

 CALL FOR ABSTRACTS

 Due date: May 31st, 1995

INVITED SPEAKERS

 Prof David Caplan - Massachusetts General Hospital

 Prof Andrew Ellis - University of York

 Prof Ruth Lesser - University of Newcastle

 Dr.Sylvia McLauchlin - Director General of the U.K. Stroke Association

There will be Free Paper sessions lasting 20 minutes with 5 minutes
for questions and two Symposia on "Sentence Processing" and "Social
Models of Aphasia".

GUIDELINES FOR PAPER SUBMISSIONS

The BAS Conference encourages papers on the subjects of aphasia and
the care of people with aphasia and so abstracts on academic, clinical
and social issues are welcome.

Authors should submit abstracts with a maximum length of a single side
of A4/US letter, by 30th April, 1995 to:

 Dr. Sue Franklin
 BAS Conference 1995
 Dept of Psychology
 University of York
 Heslington
 YORK YO1 5DD

 Telephone: +44 1904 44 3166
 Email: sef3york.ac.uk

FURTHER INFORMATION

Email:

 Sue Franklin sef3york.ac.uk

 or

 Carmel Lum Carmel.Lumed.ac.uk
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