LINGUIST List 9.1017

Thu Jul 9 1998

Calls: HILP 4, ALT III

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  1. Jeroen van de Weijer, HIL Phonology 4 (HILP 4)
  2. Johan van der Auwera, ALT III

Message 1: HIL Phonology 4 (HILP 4)

Date: Thu, 9 Jul 1998 09:05:12 +100
From: Jeroen van de Weijer <vdweijerrullet.leidenuniv.nl>
Subject: HIL Phonology 4 (HILP 4)

Call for papers: The Fourth HIL Phonology Conference (HILP 4)
January 28-30, 1999

at Leiden University, The Netherlands
organized by the Holland Institute of Generative Linguistics

deadline for abstracts : 1 October 1998
contact : Harry van der Hulst and Jeroen van de Weijer
e-mail : hilp4rullet.leidenuniv.nl
web site : http://www.leidenuniv.nl/hil/confs/hilp4

Abstracts are invited in all areas of phonology, and 
particularly on the conference theme:

	"How phonetic is phonology?"
	- what is the input to the phonetic component, e.g.
		in terms of abstractness?
	- what is the role of phonology and what is the role 
		of phonetics, and how do they interact?

Besides the main conference, there will be three workshops. 
Workshop themes will be:
	- The role of paradigmatic relations in phonology
	- Lexical insertion and phonology
	- Iconicity

Please submit six copies of an abstract of maximally three pages 
(including examples and references) before 1 October 1998. 
Only one of the abstracts should identify the author and his/her
affiliation. The program will be announced on 1 November. 
Selected papers will be published in a reviewed volume of 
proceedings. The contents of earlier volumes (HIL Phonology 
Papers I, II and III) are listed on the web site: 
http://www.leidenuniv.nl/hil/various/publics/publics.htm

Please submit abstracts to:

	HILP 4 Committee
	HIL / ATW
	P.O. Box 9515
	2300 RA Leiden
	The Netherlands

Abstracts submitted by e-mail before 1 October will be accepted 
on the condition that a hard copy follows with a week.
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Message 2: ALT III

Date: Thu, 09 Jul 1998 12:02:19 +0200
From: Johan van der Auwera <auwerauia.ua.ac.be>
Subject: ALT III

ALT III: Announcement and Call for Papers

The third International Conference of the Association for Linguistic
Typology (ALT III) will be held at the University of Amsterdam, from
August 26 to August 29, 1999. The first day of the meeting will be
devoted to a workshop on creoles. The local organizer for ALT III will
be Casper de Groot, IFOTT/ATW, Spuistraat 210, NL-1012 VT Amsterdam, The
Netherlands.

Members and non-members wishing to present a paper at ALT III are asked
to send SIX copies of a one-page abstract to the chair of the program
committee, Scott DeLancey (address below), to reach him no later than
March 1, 1999. A second page (six copies) may be attached to the
abstract listing data. The program committee will, by May 1, 1999,
convey its decision on acceptance of papers to those submitting
abstracts.

Each abstract should include the author's name (or authors' names) and
mailing address (please, just one mailing address for multiple authors),
including telephone, fax, and e-mail address as available. Each abstract
should specify the amount of time requested for the presentation,
including discussion, which may be 30, 45, or 60 minutes. Members may
also submit abstracts for symposia, including the names of participants
and the amount of time requested (which may, of course, exceed 60
minutes).

Address for mailing abstracts:
Scott DeLancey
Department of Linguistics
University of Oregon
Eugene, OR 97403-1290, USA

For information on the Association for Linguistic Typology contact:
Johan van der Auwera
University of Antwerp (UIA)
Linguistics (GER)
B-2610 Wilrijk, Belgium
fax: +32-3-8202762
auwerauia.ua.ac.be
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