LINGUIST List 8.1266

Sun Sep 7 1997

Calls: GP Workshops

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  1. John R. Rennison, Conference Announcement

Message 1: Conference Announcement

Date: Sat, 6 Sep 1997 18:28:46 MET-1MEST
From: John R. Rennison <>
Subject: Conference Announcement


The GP workshop in Novi Sad now has been scheduled for the weekend of
6th December 1997. It will be 3 days in length, starting either on 5th
or 6th December. The provisional timetable allows for up o 24
presentations in 45-minute slots (i.e. 30 minutes' presentation and
the rest discussion) plus two "free" workshops (on the first two

The plans for the "free" workshops are still fairly flexible.
Suggestions so far are 1) brainstorming on "How do we replace
branching constituents?" and 2) general discussion of issues raised
dur the presentations. We are open to further suggestions, so please
feel free to make some!

Please submit (provisional) titles and name(s) of author(s) for
30-minute presentations as soon as possible. Also, please let us know
if you want to attend without giving a presentation. The list of
participants will be available via the Vienna Government Phonology
page, on

Note: You may need a visa for Yugoslavia. Please check with your
local consulate and tell us in good time if you need an official

The local organizers have asked us in Vienna to act as go-betweens in
organizing the meeting because their email is unreliable. Therefore
please address all correspondence to:


John Rennison
Institut f. Sprachwissenschaft
Berggasse 11
A-1090 Wien

Tel. +43 1 2903948/32
Fax +43 1 3155347


John Rennison
Dept. of Linguistics, University of Vienna

Inst. f. Sprachwissenschaft e-mail:
Berggasse 11
A-1090 Wien Fax: +43 1 3155347
Austria / Europe Tel.: +43 1 3103886/32
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