LINGUIST List 9.1543

Wed Nov 4 1998

Calls: Deseret Lang./Ling. Society, Theoretical Ling.

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  1. paul baltes, Deseret Language and Linguistic Society
  2. Jonathan Ginzburg, Israeli Theoretical Linguistics Assoc 15th Annual Meeting: 1st CFP

Message 1: Deseret Language and Linguistic Society

Date: Tue, 03 Nov 1998 11:59:33 -0700
From: paul baltes <>
Subject: Deseret Language and Linguistic Society

Call for Papers: 1999 Deseret Language and Linguistics Society

The 25th annual Deseret Language and Linguistics Symposium (DLLS)
invites papers in all areas of linguistics and language for our 1999
symposium to be held on February 18th and 19th, 1999. This year's
Plenary Speaker is John R. Searle, Professor Emeritus of Philosophy at
the University of California at Berkeley.

To apply, please submit a DLLS proposal form including an abstract for
review of no more than 250 words by email or regular mail by Friday,
December 11, 1998 to either


Alan Manning
Linguistics Department
2129 JKHB
Brigham Young University
Provo, UT 84602

More information about the society and the symposium (including the
proposal submission form) can be readily accessed at:
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Message 2: Israeli Theoretical Linguistics Assoc 15th Annual Meeting: 1st CFP

Date: Wed, 4 Nov 1998 14:20:56 +0200 (IST)
From: Jonathan Ginzburg <>
Subject: Israeli Theoretical Linguistics Assoc 15th Annual Meeting: 1st CFP

				IATL 15
				June 16-17 1999

INVITED SPEAKERS: Mark Aronoff (SUNY, Stony Brook) 
 (Second Speaker to be announced)

IATL 15, the 15th annual meeting of the Israeli Association for
Theoretical Linguistics, will be held in Haifa University, Haifa
on June 16-17, 1999.

Submissions are invited for papers presenting high quality, previously
unpublished research in all areas of theoretical linguistics. IATL
publishes a working papers-style proceedings in which all accepted and
alternate papers appear. 

Please send 7 copies of an anonymous abstract (maximum length 2 pages) 
accompanied by a card with author's name, affiliation, e/snail-mail, and
title of paper to: 

IATL 15,
Linguistics Programme,
Department of English, 
The Hebrew University, 
Jerusalem 91905 
Deadline: Feb 8, 1999.

Electronic submission (.ps format ONLY) is possible.

Not more than one single-authored abstract per person, plus one
co-authored abstract. 

Febuary 8, 1999: abstract submission deadline
March 25, 1999: notification to authors of acceptance
June 16-17,1999: IATL conference

Further information from:

IATL 15 will be held adjacently to PRAGMA 99 and to BIFSAI 6. PRAGMA 99,
to be held during June 13-15, 1999 at Tel Aviv University and the Hebrew
University of Jerusalem is an interdisciplinary international conference
on Pragmatics and Negotiation bringing together pragmaticists, linguists,
philosophers, anthropologists, sociologists and political scientists. 
Among the plenary speakers: Elinor Ochs (UCLA), Itamar Rabinovitch (Tel
Aviv University), Emanual Schegloff (UCLA), Thomas Schelling (University
of Maryland), Deborah Schiffrin (Georgetown University), Deborah Tannen
(Georgetown University), Ruth Wodak (University of Vienna).
For further information contact: 

BIFSAI 6 is the sixth biennial Symposium on the Foundations of Artificial
Intelligence, to be held on June 23-25, 1999 in Ramat Gan, Israel. The
symposium is international in scope, with invited lectures by leading
researchers and contributed papers on foundations of AI. The invited
speakers for BISFAI-99 include Stan Rosenschein of Stanford University and
Leo Joskowicz of Hebrew University. You may contact
for further information, or visit the BISFAI-99 website at This site is mirrored in the United
States at

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