LINGUIST List 3.91
Fri 31 Jan 1992
Confs: Chinese, Formal
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, NACCL4 announcement: please post
israel assoc of theor. ling., call for papers
Message 1: NACCL4 announcement: please post
Date: Wed, 29 Jan 92 06:42:54 ESNACCL4 announcement: please post
Subject: NACCL4 announcement: please post
The Fourth North American Conference on Chinese Linguistics
University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, Michigan
May 8-10, 1992
Abstracts are invited for 20-minute talks followed by 10-
minute discussions on all areas of Chinese linguistics.
Send five copies of a one-page abstract. Do not identify
yourself on the abstract, but attach a 3" x 5" card showing
your name, address, telephone number, e-mail address (if
available), affiliation, and the title of your paper.
Address abstracts and inquiries to:
Program in Linguistics
University of Michigan
1076 Frieze Building
Ann Arbor, Michigan 48109-1285
phone: (313) 763-3704
FAX: (313) 747-0157
PLEASE DUPLICATE, CIRCULATE, AND POST.
Message 2: call for papers
Date: Wed, 29 Jan 1992 15:37 ISTcall for papers
From: israel assoc of theor. ling. <hcursHUJIVM1.bitnet>
Subject: call for papers
CALL FOR PAPERS
The 8th annual meeting of the ISRAEL ASSOCIATION OF FORMAL LINGUISTICS will
be held on June 9th and 10th at Bar Ilan University in Ramat Gan, Israel.
The guest speaker will be Barbara H. Partee of the University of Massachusetts
Abstracts are solicited. Six copies of abstracts should be submitted
anonymously with an accompanying 3x5 card stating name, title of paper
affiliation, address, phone number and email address to:
Hebrew University of Jerusalem
Mt Scopus, Jerusalem 91905
abstracts may also be faxed to: anita mittwoch 972-2-322544
abstracts may be sent by email as well to: HCUMAHUJIVM1.BITNET
ABSTRACTS MUST BE RECEIVED BY THE 25TH OF MARCH.
abstract guidelines are as follows:
1. description of the theoretical framework
2. statement of empirical problem
3. description of the solution to the problem within the theoretical
framework. it is important to note that discussion of an interesting
problem or phenomenon is NOT sufficient. Rather, an explicit description
of the theoretical treatment the topic will receive is required.
Ideally, the solution should be included in the abstract in outline
4. it is helpful to mention alternative treatments that have appeared in the l
iterature. and to add a list of references.
Abstracts should be no less than one full page, two pages maximum, apart
from references and figures.
Questions regarding the conference should be addressed to: Roger Schwarzschild,