LINGUIST List 7.789

Thu May 30 1996

Calls: Romance lgs, Semantics and ling theory

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  1. Laboratorio Linguistica, Call: Linguistic Symposium on Romance Languages
  2. Henriette de Swart, call Salt-97 (Semantics and Ling Theory)

Message 1: Call: Linguistic Symposium on Romance Languages

Date: Mon, 31 May 1993 16:07:59 GMT
From: Laboratorio Linguistica <lablinalphalinguistica.sns.it>
Subject: Call: Linguistic Symposium on Romance Languages

CALL FOR PAPERS

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Linguistic Symposium on Romance Languages - LSRL 27
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Place: University of California, Irvine

Date: February 20-22, 1997

Deadline for receipt of abstracts: October 15, 1996

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Abstracts for 20-minute talks are invited for the 27th LSRL to be held
at the University of California, Irvine, on February 20-22, 1997.

Abstracts on any aspect of Romance linguistics and from any
theoretical perspective are welcome.

Send 9 copies of a one-page (letter size, 1-inch margins), unreduced,
anonymous abstract. An additional copy should list the author's name
and affiliation (this copy will be reproduced in the Meeting
Handbook). Include a 3" X 5" card with the title of the paper,
author's name, affiliation, address, telephone number, e-mail, and
primary area of linguistics addressed in the paper.

LSRL-27 Organizing Committee
Department of Linguistics
University of California, Irvine
Irvine, CA 92717, U.S.A.
(Note: Effective July 1, 1996, zip code will change to 92697-5100)

Phone: 714/824-7504
E-mail: lsrlorion.oac.uci.edu

Note: e-mail submissions or faxed abstracts cannot be accepted.

Travel grants: Students whose abstracts are selected will be eligible
for a modest travel grant. Please specify on the 3" X 5" card whether
you are a student interested in such a travel grant.

Conference supported by the Office of Research and Graduate Studies,
the School of Social Sciences, the School of Humanities, the
Department of Linguistics, the Department of Spanish and Portuguese,
and the Department of French and Italian.
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Message 2: call Salt-97 (Semantics and Ling Theory)

Date: Thu, 30 May 1996 10:40:26 PDT
From: Henriette de Swart <deswartaletta.Stanford.EDU>
Subject: call Salt-97 (Semantics and Ling Theory)

 SALT-97
 First call for Papers

 SEMANTICS and LINGUISTIC THEORY
 Seventh Annual Meeting

 Stanford University
 Stanford CA

 March 21-23, 1997



SALT VII invites submissions for 30-minute presentations (with 10
additional minutes for discussion) on any topic in the semantic
analysis of natural language emphasizing the connection to linguistic
theory. Authors should submit 10 copies of abstracts (one with name
and affiliation), no more than 2 pages (1000) words long. Authors'
names, addresses, affiliations, phone numbers, e-mail addresses, and
paper titles should accompany the abstracts on a 3x5 card. No Fax or
E-mail submissions will be accepted.

 Abstract deadline: November 22, 1996

 Abstracts should be sent to:

 SALT-97 Committee
 Department of Linguistics
 building 460
 Stanford University
 Stanford CA 94305-2150
 phone: (415) 723-4284


The program will be completed by the second half of January, at which
time conference information will be made available. For inquiries,
write to the address above or email to "salt7csli.stanford.edu".


The Proceedings of SALT are generally published by DMLL, Cornell
University. The page limit for invited speakers is 25 pages; for
others it is 18.

Proceedings of SALT I, III, IV and V are available at:
booksplab.dmll.cornell.edu. Proceedings of SALT VI will also be
published by Cornell.

For Proceedings of SALT II, write to lingadmling.ohio-state.edu







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