LINGUIST List 9.719

Fri May 15 1998

Confs: McWOP 4

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  1. San Duanmu, FOURTH MID-CONTINENTAL WORKSHOP ON PHONOLOGY (McWOP 4)

Message 1: FOURTH MID-CONTINENTAL WORKSHOP ON PHONOLOGY (McWOP 4)

Date: Wed, 13 May 1998 16:45:46 -0400 (EDT)
From: San Duanmu <duanmuumich.edu>
Subject: FOURTH MID-CONTINENTAL WORKSHOP ON PHONOLOGY (McWOP 4)


WHERE: University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, Michigan.

WHEN: Beginning afternoon on Friday, October 16, and ending Sunday
morning, October 18, 1998. 

WHAT: As in the three previous workshops, we intend this to be a fairly
informal gathering, open to students and faculty, but especially suitable
for graduate students presenting work in progress. We hope it will be
possible, as before, to accept all abstract submissions, but if the
number of submissions received exceeds the capacity of the workshop, we
will find a solution then. Presentations dealing with any of the various
areas of phonological investigation (broadly construed) are welcome.
Presentations are planned to be approximately 20 minutes in length with
an additional period of discussion. 


WHO: You, hopefully. 

WHAT TO DO TO PRESENT: provide us with a title which clearly indicates
the paper's topic and scope, your name and affiliation, and, if possible,
a brief (1-2 paragraph) summary of the content of the talk BEFORE
SEPTEMBER 20. E-mail submissions to the McWOP Organizing Committee at 
	MCWOP4umich.edu 

FURTHER INFORMATION: email to MCWOP4umich.edu
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