LINGUIST List 7.344

Tue Mar 5 1996

Calls: Generative Grammar, Pacific Ancient & Modern Lang.

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  1. Sun Woong Kim, Call for Papers: Generative grammar
  2. Thomas F. Shannon, Call for papers PAMLA 96

Message 1: Call for Papers: Generative grammar

Date: Mon, 04 Mar 1996 10:54:00 +0900
From: Sun Woong Kim <swkimdaisy.kwangwoon.ac.kr>
Subject: Call for Papers: Generative grammar

Call for Papers

1966 Seoul International Conference on Generative Grammar in
Commeration of the 90th anniversary of Sookmyung Women's University

Organized by Language and Literature Research Institute, Sookmyung
Women's University and the Generative Grammar Circle of Korea

Theme: Morphosyntax in Generative Grammar
Time: July 1 (Mon) - July 6 (Sat)
Place: main Building, Sookmyung Women's University
Special Lectures: Michael Brody, Tanya Reinhart, Kenneth Wexler

Thirty-minute papers (including discussion) on any topic related to
morphosyntax in generative grammar are invited. Submit 3 copies of an
anonymous, one-page abstract; include a 3*5 card with your name,
affiliation, address, phone number (Fax number and E-Mail address are
optional), and the paper title.

Deadline for submission of Abstracts: April 30, 1996

Send abstracts to Prof. Hee-Don Ahn, Dept. of English, Konkuk
Univesity, 93-1 Mojin-dong Kwangjin-gu Seoul, S. Korea 143-701
Fax: 02-450-3335, E-Mail: hdahnkku.konkuk.ac.kr

All submitted abstracts will be reviewed by the official reviewers and
authors of selected papers will be notified by May 15, 1996.

TThe procedings of the conference will be published.
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Message 2: Call for papers PAMLA 96

Date: Mon, 04 Mar 1996 18:04:34 PST
From: Thomas F. Shannon <tshannongarnet.berkeley.edu>
Subject: Call for papers PAMLA 96
Dear colleagues,

As presiding officer of the Linguistics Session of the 1996 Annual
Meeting of the Pacific Ancient and Modern Language Association
(formerly PAPC), I would like to invite submissions of abstracts on
any topic of linguistic research. The meeting will be held November
8-10 at UC Irvine, and presentors must be PAMLA members. Brief
abstracts can be submitted to me until April 1. Just to make it clear,
this is the Pacific Coast regional division of the national Modern
Language Association.

Since Linguistics usually comes up short at such meetings, support
from linguists in language and linguistics departments would be
especially appreciated. If you can't submit an abstract, please
consider attending. Please also pass the word along to colleagues.

Thanks in advance for your support.

Thomas F. Shannon
Presiding Officer,
Linguistics Session, 1996 PAMLA

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