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Wed 07 Jun 1995

Calls: Andean linguistics, Working paper series exchange

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  1. Bruce Mannheim, Andean linguistics workshop
  2. Theoretical Linguistic Project, Institute of Linguistics of the Hungarian Academy of Sciences

Message 1: Andean linguistics workshop

Date: Fri, 2 Jun 1995 15:33:29 -Andean linguistics workshop
From: Bruce Mannheim <mannheimumich.edu>
Subject: Andean linguistics workshop

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 Call for Papers
 Andean Linguistics Workshop
 at the Linguistic Society of America Summer Linguistic
 Institute
 Thursday & Friday, July 13-14, 1995
 University of New Mexico
 Albuquerque NM, USA

Papers on Andean languages (including Andean varieties of
Spanish) in any area of linguistics will be considered.
Papers that link studies of language structure to related
areas (e.g., interactional, social, literary, cultural,
political, educational, and historical) are especially
encouraged. The Workshop will be organized to maximize
informal discussion of all papers.

If you wish to participate, send a paper title to:

e-mail:
Bruce Mannheim (mannheimquriurqu.anthro.lsa.umich.edu)
or
Garland Bills (gbillsbootes.unm.edu)

regular mail:
Andean Linguistics Workshop
c/o Bruce Mannheim
Department of Anthropology
1020 LSA
University of Michigan
Ann Arbor, MI 48109-1382
USA

Information on local arrangements is available by e-mail.
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Message 2: Institute of Linguistics of the Hungarian Academy of Sciences

Date: Fri, 2 Jun 95 15:34:32 cedInstitute of Linguistics of the Hungarian Academy of Sciences
From: Theoretical Linguistic Project <tlpnytud.hu>
Subject: Institute of Linguistics of the Hungarian Academy of Sciences

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The Institute of Linguistics of the Hungarian Academy of Sciences and
the Theoretical Linguistics Programme of Budapest University (ELTE)
Budapest I., Szinhaz u. 5-9.
P.O. Box 19, H-1250 Hungary

Call for Exchange

It is our intention to distribute the papers in our working paper series
in exchange for similar publications of other institutions.
Please feel free to contact us if you are interested in this
exchange - and\or if you know of any institution that you think might be
interested in such an undertaking. The e-mail address is tlpnytud.hu
The following papers have been published already:

Brody, M. Phrase Structure and Dependence
E.Kiss, K. Generic and Existential Bare Plurals and the Classification
 of Predicates
Kalman, L. Conditionals, Quantification and Bipartite Meanings
Banreti, Z. Modularity in Sentence Parsing: Grammaticality Judgments of Broca's
 Aphasics

New publication:

Szabolcsi, A. Strategies for Scope Taking

 The editors

Budapest, January 24. 1995
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