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Wed 31 May 1995

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Message 1: One-day conference: language planning for Scots

Date: Mon, 29 May 95 11:26:39 BSOne-day conference: language planning for Scots
From: K Hardie <kjmhfestival.ed.ac.uk>
Subject: One-day conference: language planning for Scots

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ONE DAY CONFERENCE ON "FUTURES FOR SCOTS:
_________________________________________

This conference is organised by the Forum for Research into the
Languages of Scotland and Ulster.
It deals with LANGUAGE PLANNING FOR SCOTS.

The speakers are:

1.Alastair Allan, on Language planning for Scots;
2.Marace Dareau, on Scots as a subject for research;
3.Stuart McHardy, on The role of the SLRC [Scots Language Resource
Centre];
4.Kenneth MacKinnon, on Linguistic, social and market research
strategies;
5.Finlay MacLeod, on The lessons of Gaelicl;
6.Robbie Robertson, on The place of Scots in schools;
7.Kim Hardie, on Scots language: the Belgian Experience.

The date is 23 SEPTEMBER 1995. The conference will be held at the REGENT
LECTURE THEATRE, King's College, ABERDEEN UNIVERSITY.

The fee will be roughly 8 pounds which includes coffee and tea, but does
not include lunch.

For Further information please contact,

Dr.Derrick McClure,
Dept.of English
University of Aberdeen,
King's College,
Aberdeen
AB9 2UB.
SCOTLAND - EUROPE.
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Message 2: 1995 LSK ICL: 2nd Announcement & Paper deadline extended

Date: Wed, 31 May 1995 15:21:38 1995 LSK ICL: 2nd Announcement & Paper deadline extended
From: KIM Tae-ok <ktaeokccs.sogang.ac.kr>
Subject: 1995 LSK ICL: 2nd Announcement & Paper deadline extended

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Dear Colleague,

 The 1995 International Conference on Linguistics marking the
20th anniversary of the foundation of the Linguistic Society of Korea
is to be held July 3 to 7, 1995. This is to announce that the paper
deadline is extended to June 15. Anyone who wants to presents a paper
at the Conference is invited to submit a one-page abstract of the
paper NO LATER THAN JUNE 15, 1995. Abstract submissions should include
a 3" by 5" card with the title of the paper, full name(s) of the
author(s), and the address of the (primary) author, including e-mail
address if available. Each paper will be allotted 30 minutes for
presentation and discussion. The abstract can be sent via e-mail, which
should be made by plain DOS ASCII text. After the Conference, selected
papers will appear in _Korean Journal of Linguistics_ 20-3, this fall.

 The following linguists are invited to give lectures at the
Conference:

 Jeanette K. Gundel (University of Minnesota, USA)
 Roland R. Hausser (Universitaet Nuernberg-Erlangen, Germany)
 Paul Kiparsky (Stanford University, USA)
 Ivan Sag (Stanford University, USA)
 Joseph P. Stemberger (University of Minnesota, USA)
 Dong-Whee Yang (Korea)

One of the highlights at the Conference is the panel discussion on
Korean Linguistics. At each LSK meeting, a selected topic in Korean
linguistics is intensively dealt. At this time, the topic is
"Linguistics in North Korea: its Background and Current Trend".

For further information, please contact:

Prof. Young-Seok Kim
Department of English
Sogang University
Seoul, 121-742, Korea
E-mail: yskimccs.sogang.ac.kr
Phone: +82 2 705 8291
 +82 2 706 5526 (LSK office)
Fax: +82 2 705 8291
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