LINGUIST List 7.217

Sat Feb 10 1996

Calls: ESCOL, Discourse in Old Age

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  1. "VIRGINIA MOTAPANYANE", escol 96 - call for papers
  2. "Heidi E. Hamilton", discourse in old age

Message 1: escol 96 - call for papers

Date: Thu, 08 Feb 1996 17:46:23 -0300
From: "VIRGINIA MOTAPANYANE" <MOTAadmin1.csd.unbsj.ca>
Subject: escol 96 - call for papers

CALL FOR PAPERS

Eastern States Conference on Linguistics (ESCOL '96)

Place: University of New Brunswick
 Saint John, New Brunswick

Date: August 31 - September 2, 1996

Invited speakers:
 Mark Baker (McGill University)
 Donka Farkas (University of California at Santa Cruz)
 Brian Joseph (Ohio State University)
 Keren Rice (University of Toronto)
 
Conference theme:
 Current Issues in the Semantics of Noun Phrases

Deadline for submitting abstracts:
 May 1, 1996

Abstracts of 20 minutes papers in all areas of formal linguistics are solicited
. Please
indicate "theme" at the beginning of your abstract if applicable. Submit 10 cop
ies of an
anonymous 500 word abstract along with a 3x5 card. An additional page may conta
in
examples and references. The card should contain the following information: tit
le of the
paper, name of author(s), address/affiliation, phone number, e-mail address.

Send the abstracts to the following address:
 Virginia Motapanyane
 Humanities and Languages
 P.O.Box 5050
 University of New Brunswick
 Saint John, NB
 Canada E2L 4L5

Information on registration and housing will be available in June.
For information, contact motaunbsj.ca , phone (506) 648-5645, fax (506) 648-56
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Message 2: discourse in old age

Date: Fri, 09 Feb 1996 13:34:43 EST
From: "Heidi E. Hamilton" <HHAMILTONguvax.acc.georgetown.edu>
Subject: discourse in old age
I'm putting together a symposium on the topic of "Discourse in Old 
Age" for the Georgetown Linguistics Society conference DISCOURSE AS 
MOSAIC to be held October 11-13, 1996 on the Georgetown University 
campus in Washington, DC. I have invited several speakers, but would 
like to hear from anyone working on naturally-occurring discourse with 
this population who would be interested in being part of 
our symposium. Please contact me to indicate an interest by March 1 
and I'll get back to you with specifics. Thanks.. Heidi Hamilton

 IN%"hhamiltonguvax.georgetown.edu"
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