LINGUIST List 9.1341

Mon Sep 28 1998

Confs: NACCL-11

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  1. whu, NACCL-11 Conference Announcement

Message 1: NACCL-11 Conference Announcement

Date: Sun, 27 Sep 1998 22:53:26 -0400
From: whu <>
Subject: NACCL-11 Conference Announcement

The 11th North America Conference On Chinese Linguistics

Announcement 1
Naccl-11 Organizing Committee 
Chinese Lauguage Program 
Dept. of East Asian Languages & Civilizations 
Harvard University 

Dear Colleagues,

We are pleased to announce that Harvard University will be hosting the
Eleventh North American Conference on Chinese
Linguistics (NACCL-11), June 18-20, 1999. We hope that you will reserve
these dates on your calendar and join us for
another informative conference. 

NACCL-11 welcomes papers on a wide variety of topics, such as historical
linguistics, phonology, syntax, semantics,
discourse/pragmatics, sociolinguistics, computational-linguistics,
psycholinguistics, and language acquisition. Our goals are to
provide participants with an opportunity to present their works in
Chinese linguistics and to keep up with recent developments in
the field.

Please send your camera ready abstract to the Organizing Committee no
later than December 15, 1998; noting your name,
contact address (both mailing and email), and affiliation, plus four
anonymous copies. Abstracts may be written in English or
Chinese and should be limited to one page only with size 12 font. We
cannot accept abstracts sent by email or fax. Notifications
of acceptance of papers will be sent out by March 15, 1999.

Registration and a preliminary program will be sent out in January 1999,
and will be available to be downloaded from our
website at that time. The deadline for pre-registration is May 15, 1999,
US$55 (US$45 for students). The registration fees after
this date will be US$65 (US$55 for students). All submissions and
communications should be sent to:

NACCL-11 Organizing Committee
East Asian Languages and Civilizations
Harvard University
5 Bryant Street
Cambridge, MA 02138

We are looking forward to having this conference and the ensuing
exchange of ideas that will benefit the study of Chinese


He Baozhang
for the 1999 NACCL-11 Organizing Committee
Sep 16, 1998
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