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  1. David Magier, SALA XVII Conf. (corrected repost)
  2. Shuly Wintner, First Israeli Seminar on Computational Linguistics

Message 1: SALA XVII Conf. (corrected repost)

Date: Sat, 21 Jan 95 7:11:38 ESTSALA XVII Conf. (corrected repost)
From: David Magier <magiercolumbia.edu>
Subject: SALA XVII Conf. (corrected repost)

[I am sorry that my earlier posting of this info was incomplete. Here
is the complete version. -dm]

This event announcement is being posted to your list from the Events
Calendar of The South Asia Gopher. Please contact event organizers
directly for any further information on this event.

SALA XVII: The Seventeenth South Asian Languages Analysis Roundatable

"Verbal Constructions in South Asian Langauges"

2-4 June, 1995
The University of Texas at Austin

CALL FOR PAPERS:

Proposals for papers are invited on any topic related to subordination
and clause connection, including:

* The morphology/syntax interface
* Case frames
* Phonological processes
* Role in discourse structure
* Discourse structure

In addition, proposals for panels and papers will be accepted in other
areas of Language and Linguistics, including syntax, semantics,
phonology, teaching South Asian languages, language acquisition,
sociolinguistics, translation theory, poetic theory, and diachronic
linguistics.

Keynote Speaker: Edgar C. Polome'
This year's SALA meeting will be held in honor of Edgar Polome, who has
for a half-century contributed to teaching and scholarship in Sanskrit,
Indo-European and South Asian Linguistics.

Proposed Panels:
* Meeting of South Asian Language Teachers (SALTA)
* Teaching of First-year Sanskrit (Patrick Olivelle, jpouts.cc.utexas.edu)

Abstracts will be considered for acceptance immediately. Abstracts (one
page plus data and references) and panel proposals (including one-page
abstracts for each paper and a cover letter) should be sent to the
Organizing Committee:

 Rodney Moag (moag.rodutxvm.bitnet)
 and
 Herman van Olphen (lyhhvutxdp.dp.utexas.edu)

Organizing Committee, SALA XVII
Department of Asian Studies
WCH 4.134, G9300
University of Texas
Austin, Texas 78712, USA

512-471-5811
512-471-4469 fax

FINAL DEADLINE FOR SUBMISSION OF ABSTRACTS IS MARCH 15, 1995.
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Message 2: First Israeli Seminar on Computational Linguistics

Date: Sun, 22 Jan 1995 19:23:44 First Israeli Seminar on Computational Linguistics
From: Shuly Wintner <shulyCS.Technion.Ac.IL>
Subject: First Israeli Seminar on Computational Linguistics

 Call for Participation

 First Israeli Seminar on Computational Linguistics
 Laboratory of Computational Linguistics
 Department of Computer Science
 Technion, Haifa
 February 16, 1995

The Seminar is intended to bring together researchers and
practitioners in all areas of Computational Linguistics (or Natural
Language Processing), and also in related areas such as Formal
Linguistics, Theoretical Linguistics, Cognitive Science etc. Its main
objective is exposition of the kind of work that is carried out in both
academia and industry in Israel in those fields. It is hoped that as
a result from such a gathering, more cooperation among different sites
will emerge; resources will be shared; and the entire field will
become more prominent. The Seminar will also serve as a means to
introduce the area to graduate students who are attracted to it but
are unaware of the possibilities of majoring in it.

In this first Seminar the format of future meetings will be
defined. Hopefully, it will be the first in a series of periodic
gatherings. Some speakers will survey various ongoing activities in
Israel; some projects will be described in more details. The
possibility of creating a more formal organization will be discussed.

 Programme (tentative)

13:00 -- 13:30 Coffee
13:30 -- 13:45 Opening remarks
13:45 -- 15:00 I
 Nissim Francez, Technion
 Uzzi Ornan, Technion
 Dani Cohen, Tovna Ltd.
15:00 -- 15:30 Break
15:30 -- 16:45 II
 Yaacov Choueka, Bar Ilan University
 Michael Elhadad, Ben Gurion University
 Ido Dagan, Bar Ilan University
16:45 -- 17:30 Discussion

For more details please contact:
 Shuly Wintner
 Department of Computer Science, Technion
 32000 Haifa
 phone: 04-294315 fax: 04-294353
 email: shulycs.technion.ac.il
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