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Wed 17 May 1995

FYI: **ROOM CHANGE** Optimality in Syntax Workshop

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  1. David Pesetsky, MIT Optimality in Syntax Worskhop - NEW LOCATIONS
  2. Paul A Hagstrom, **ROOM CHANGE** Optimality in Syntax workshop

Message 1: MIT Optimality in Syntax Worskhop - NEW LOCATIONS

Date: Tue, 16 May 95 09:36:20
From: David Pesetsky <pesetskMIT.EDU>
Subject: MIT Optimality in Syntax Worskhop - NEW LOCATIONS
A special thanks to all those who responded to our request by notify
us that you will be coming. We have found new locations for Friday's
and Sunday's sessions that can accomodate the number of people we are
now expecting.
Please inform any acquaintances who may be coming to the workshop but
do not read Linguist:
IS THE BEST GOOD ENOUGH?
WORKSHOP ON OPTIMALITY IN SYNTAX
NEW WORKSHOP LOCATIONS: PLEASE READ!
Friday May 19
Stratton Student Center
Mass. Ave. across from MIT's main entrance
Sala de Puerto Rico - second floor
Saturday May 20
Building 10, room 250 ("10-250")
[as previously announced]
Enter MIT's main entrance, go straight (the "infinite corridor") until you are
in Bldg. 10.
Sunday May 19
same location as Friday
Our WWW site contains a map with Workshop locations, as well as the most recent
schedule with clickable abstracts:
http://web.mit.edu/afs/athena.mit.edu/org/l/linguistics/www/GoodEnough.html
This same map will be available in postscript and in gif format on our
ftp site broca.mit.edu, directory pub/good-enough. Check
pub/good-enough/incoming if you do not find it in the lower directory.
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Message 2: **ROOM CHANGE** Optimality in Syntax workshop

Date: Tue, 16 May 1995 14:14:08 EDT
From: Paul A Hagstrom <hagstromMIT.EDU>
Subject: **ROOM CHANGE** Optimality in Syntax workshop
Due to an unexpectedly large response to the upcoming workshop
on optimality in syntax, we have had to relocate the Friday
and Sunday sessions to a larger room. Although the schedule
which we had previously send out remains the same, the Friday
and Sunday sessions will take place in the Sala de Puerto Rico,
on the second floor of the MIT student center. The Saturday
session will still take place in room 10-250.
The MIT Stratton student center is located on Massachusetts
Avenue just across the street from 77 Mass. Ave, the main
entrance to MIT. If driving up Massachusetts Avenue from
Boston, the student center will be on your left about 2
blocks in from the river. If coming by T, there is a map
as you exit the Kendall Square Red Line stop.
Thanks for your response, and we look forward to seeing
you this weekend..!
 The organizing committee
 for the optimality in syntax workshop
 good-enoughmit.edu
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