LINGUIST List 7.906

Tue Jun 18 1996

Calls: Portuguese, Lang acquisition

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  1. Gabriel Pereira Lopes, II Workshop Comp. Proc. Portuguese - new deadlines
  2. BLINDSEYSIUCVMB.SIU.EDU, Call for papers on Language Acquisition

Message 1: II Workshop Comp. Proc. Portuguese - new deadlines

Date: Mon, 17 Jun 1996 15:54:44 BST
From: Gabriel Pereira Lopes <gpldi.fct.unl.pt>
Subject: II Workshop Comp. Proc. Portuguese - new deadlines
Excuse me if you are receiving this message more than one time.

II WORKSHOP FOR COMPUTATIONAL PROCESSING OF WRITTEN AND SPOKEN
PORTUGUESE
		Curitiba, Brazil - October 22, 1996.

DEADLINES :

	Abstracts (up to 3-page) - June, 30
	Evaluation results - August, 20
	Extended abstract (up to 10-page) - September, 20
 	
ATTENTION:

	Abstracts should be submitted in hard copy and posted until
June 30.

	Additional electronic version is not mandatory, but it is
strongly recommended.

ADDITIONAL INFORMATION:

	http://www.cits.br/pcp

	lauradainf.cefetpr.br
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Message 2: Call for papers on Language Acquisition

Date: Mon, 17 Jun 1996 21:26:29 CST
From: BLINDSEYSIUCVMB.SIU.EDU <BLINDSEYSIUCVMB.SIU.EDU>
Subject: Call for papers on Language Acquisition
(I am posting this message for Usha Lakshmanan, who is out of the country
at this time and has no access to the Linguist list.)

 CALL FOR PAPERS

I have been invited by Kluwer Academic Publishers to edit a volume
entitled "A Minimalist Account of Language Acquisition: Functional
Categories and Case Checking." The purpose of the volume is to
publish a select number of papers (around 8 to 10) that explore the
application of the Minimalist Program, the latest version of the
Principles and Parameters approach to grammar, to issues central to
Language Acquisition. Crosslinguistic studies and papers on the
acquisition of less commonly researched languages are encouraged.

Four copies of papers of not more than 30 double-spaced pages should
be sent to:

 Dr. Usha Lakshmanan
 Department of Linguistics
 Southern Illinois University
 Carbondale, Illinois 62901.

Papers should be submitted by September 15, 1996. Papers submitted
will be peer-reviewed, and authors will be informed about the status
of their papers in December of 1996.

For further information, I may be contacted at the following e-mail
address (after August 10, 1996): GA3974SIUCVMB.BITNET
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