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FYI: Bolzano International School in Cognitive Analysis '96

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Message 1: BISCA 96

Date: Thu, 04 Jul 1996 06:56:00 EDT
From: Roberto Poli <polirisc1.gelso.unitn.it>
Subject: BISCA 96

 BISCA-96
 BOLZANO INTERNATIONAL SCHOOLS IN COGNITIVE ANALYSIS

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 SEMANTIC FIELDS
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 BOLZANO, 14-18 October 1996

Speakers:

Charles Fillmore
Semantic Frames vs. semantic Fields. Conflicts and Integrations

Peter Harder
Syntax, Semantics and Conceptualization

Dirk Geeraerts
The Structure of Lexical Variations

Zoltan Kovecses
The Domain of Emotion: The Conceptual Structure of a Semantic Field

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General information:

1. Attendance to the school will be limited to about 30 participants.
2. A hotel list will be sent upon notification of acceptance. Hotel costs in
Bolzano range between 70,000 and 250,000 Italian Liras per day, full board.
3. Each speaker will give 5 lectures, with ample time for discussion.
4. All lectures will be in English.
5. The lectures will be given at Castel Maretsch, downtown, starting October
14, at 9 a.m.
6. A small number of boursaries are available to qualified students to meet
the costs of participation.

People wishing to participate should write to Liliana Albertazzi,
Department of Sociology and Social Research, 26 Verdi st., 38100
Trento, Italy (call: (++39) 461 881 403; fax: (++39) 461 881 348), or
send an e-mail message to: albertarisc1.gelso.unitn.it
____________________________________________________________________

BISCA's board of directors includes: L. Albertazzi (Trento), R. Langacker
(La Jolla), J. Petitot (Paris), R. Poli (Trento) and L. Talmy (Buffalo)
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For further information see BISCA's home page at:
http://www.gelso.unitn.it/~poli/
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