LINGUIST List 9.616

Sun Apr 26 1998

Confs: 6th Manchester Phonology Meeting

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Message 1: 6th Manchester Phonology Meeting - programme

Date: Fri, 24 Apr 1998 10:16:24 GMT0BST
From: Wiebke Brockhaus <mflstwbfs1.art.man.ac.uk>
Subject: 6th Manchester Phonology Meeting - programme

 PROVISIONAL PROGRAMME
 The North-West Centre for Linguistics and the Universities of
 Toulouse-Le Mirail and Paris X-Nanterre
 present
 The 6th Manchester Phonology Meeting

 University of Manchester (UK)
 Thursday 21 May to Saturday 23 May 1998

The provisional programme for the 6th Manchester Phonology Meeting is
now available on our web site

(http://www.art.man.ac.uk/german/6mfm/prog.htm). 

There are 18 papers and 15 posters, including presentations by Jacques
Durand (Universite de Toulouse-Le Mirail), John Harris (University
College London), Francis Katamba (University of Lancaster), Glyne
Piggott (McGill University), John Rennison (University of Vienna) and
Norval Smith (University of Amsterdam).

If you would like to attend, please contact us by e-mailing

Wiebke.Brockhausman.ac.uk 

before 8 May 1998. Details of conference fee, travel and accommodation
arrangements etc. can be accessed from the above web page.

Best wishes,

The Organisers:
Wiebke Brockhaus (University of Manchester)
Jacques Durand (Universite de Toulouse-Le Mirail)
Bernard Laks (Universite Paris X-Nanterre)
Nigel Vincent (University of Manchester)
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