LINGUIST List 6.78

Fri 20 Jan 1995

Confs: SALA XVII Conference & CFP, HILP2 Amsterdam

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  1. David Magier, SALA XVII Conference & CFP
  2. steind, Announcing a Conference on Syntax and Varieties
  3. "Norval Smith, Times and places HILP2 Amsterdam

Message 1: SALA XVII Conference & CFP

Date: Thu, 19 Jan 95 13:04:02 ESSALA XVII Conference & CFP
From: David Magier <magiercolumbia.edu>
Subject: SALA XVII Conference & CFP

This event announcement is being forwarded to your list from The South
Asia Gopher Events Calendar. We apologize for any crossposting. If you
have any questions about the event listed, please contact event
organizers directly. I have no information on this event, beyond what
is posted here from the Calendar. Thank you.
David Magier
magiercolumbia.edu
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Message 2: Announcing a Conference on Syntax and Varieties

Date: Thu, 19 Jan 95 15:22:41 CSAnnouncing a Conference on Syntax and Varieties
From: steind <steindrz.uni-duesseldorf.de>
Subject: Announcing a Conference on Syntax and Varieties

Colloquium on Syntax and Varieties
University of Duesseldorf
6-8 July 1995

Synchronically, the dialectal and spoken colloquial varieties of
(at least the major European) languages seem to contain a range of
syntactic structures that are absent from the corresponding
(written-oriented) standard varieties. Historically, the history
of these languages shows a discontinuity in that structures
present in an earlier pre-standard, dialectal situation were not
taken over into the standard languages.

The purpose of this symposium is to determine to which extent it
is possible to identify factors in this selection process that are
independent of language specific structural histories (although
imbedded in them) but are rather dependent on the nature, function,
pragmatics, and ideology of dialects and standards.

Contributions should include the effect of "grammarians",
processes going on in present day varieties as well as historical
varietal "filtering" processes.

Please let me have a title and a one-page abstract.

Prof. Dr. Dieter Stein
Heinrich-Heine-Universitaet
Anglistik III, Englische Sprachwissenschaft
Universitaetsstr. 1
40225 Duesseldorf

Tel.: 49-(0)211-311-2963 Fax: 49-(0)211-311-3026
e-mail: dieter.steinuni-duesseldorf.de
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Message 3: Times and places HILP2 Amsterdam

Date: Thu, 19 Jan 1995 10:59 +01Times and places HILP2 Amsterdam
From: "Norval Smith <NSMITHALF.LET.UVA.NL>
Subject: Times and places HILP2 Amsterdam

HILP2 - Amsterdam Phonology Conference - Times and Venues

Most events take in the Bungehuis - one block behind the Royal Palace,
in the centre of Amsterdam. From the Royal Palace - on every tourist
map - you take the street on the left side of the front of the palace -
Paleisstraat - and go two blocks (crossing the Nieuwezijdsvoorburgwal).
The next street is the Spuistraat, and the Bungehuis is on the lefthan
corner across the street.

Day Time Event Address Room Floor Group

Tue 16 - 20 Registration Spuistr. 210 Canteen ground
Wed 9 - 18 Sessions Spuistr. 210 004 ground
 8.45-18 Info/Expo Spuistr. 210 101 first

Thur 9 - 13 Sessions Spuistr. 210 004 ground
 8.45-18 Info/Expo Spuistr. 210 101 first
 14 - 17 Spontaneous Voicing Locations:
 Spuistr. 210 004 ground big
 Spuistr. 210 015 ground medium
 Spuistr. 210 K03 basemnt medium
 Spuistr. 210 312 third tiny
 Spuistr. 210 308 third tiny
 Spuistr. 210 538 fifth small

 18 - 20 Session Spuistr. 134 (NB) 105 first
 20 - 22 Party Korte Prinsengracht 14

Fri 9 - 18 Sessions Spuistr. 210 004 ground
 8.45-18 Info/Expo Spuistr. 210 101 first
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