LINGUIST List 7.190

Tue Feb 6 1996

Calls: Formal Ling Society of Midamerica

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  1. Michael Calcagno, Second CFP: FLSM VII

Message 1: Second CFP: FLSM VII

Date: Mon, 05 Feb 1996 16:05:49 EST
From: Michael Calcagno <calcagnoling.ohio-state.edu>
Subject: Second CFP: FLSM VII
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	 Formal Linguistics Society of Midamerica

			 FLSM VII

			The Ohio State University
			 Columbus, Ohio
			 May 17-19, 1996

CALL FOR PAPERS: Abstracts are invited for 25-minute talks (with 10
minutes for questions) in all areas of Formal Linguistics. Papers
from all disciplines and theoretical perspectives are encouraged.

INVITED SPEAKERS: Donca Steriade (UCLA), Angelika Kratzer (UMass,
Amherst), and Brian Joseph (Ohio State).

REQUIREMENTS: Those interested in presenting a paper at the meeting
should submit ten copies of a Long Abstract, a Short Abstract, and an
Affiliation Card by February 21, 1996.

LONG ABSTRACT: The long abstract is anonymous. Please send 10 copies
of a one 8 1/2" X 11" page abstract with 1 inch margins. A second
page containing only references and examples may follow.

SHORT ABSTRACT: The short abstract should contain no more than 100
words and (if accepted) will be included in the conference program.

AFFILIATION CARD: All submissions must be accompanied by a 3X5 card
which should include title of the paper, author's name, author's
affiliation, address to which notification of acceptance/rejection
should be mailed, author's home and office phone, and author's e-mail
address.

Submission of abstracts by e-mail (in plain ASCII or self-contained
LaTex) is permitted. Please do not submit abstracts by fax. All
submissions must be received on or before February 21, 1996.
Abstracts should be sent to:

			FLSM Committee
			Department of Linguistics
			222 Oxley Hall
			1712 Neil Avenue
			Columbus, Ohio 43210
			flsm96ling.ohio-state.edu

For further information please contact the FLSM committee at the above
address, or consult the FLSM homepage

		 http://ling.ohio-state.edu/
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