LINGUIST List 7.1565

Wed Nov 6 1996

Calls: Eurosla 7 in Barcelona, Optimality Theory Workshop

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Message 1: Eurosla- 7 annual meeting in Barcelona

Date: Mon, 04 Nov 1996 21:11:29 GMT
From: diaz_lourdestrad.upf.es <diaz_lourdestrad.upf.es>
Subject: Eurosla- 7 annual meeting in Barcelona
Item Subject: Texto Mensaje
THE EUROPEAN SECOND LANGUAGE ACQUISITION ASSOCIATION
		EUROSLA 7- BARCELONA

			VII th. ANNUAL CONFERENCE on
 Acquisition, use and processing of language in situations
where more than on language is involved.

Universitat pompeu fabra, barcelona
thursday, May 22nd. to Saturday, May 24th. 1997


CALL FOR PAPERS:

Plenary Speakers:
	Juana M. Liceras (U. of Ottawa)
	Michael Long (U. of Hawaii)
	J|rgen M. Meisel (U. of Hamburg)
	M.Teresa Turell (U. Pompeu Fabra)

Venue and Postal Address:
	Facultat de Traduccis i Interpretacis
	Universitat Pompeu Fabra
	Rambla 30-32
	E-08002- Barcelona, Spain
	e-mail: euroslaupf.es

Abstracts of papers are invited on any aspect of SLA
including:
	- Second Language Acquisition
	- Bilingual Acquisition
	- Language Loss
	- Use and processing of language in situations where more
than one language is involved.

If you wish to give a paper:
	1) send 4 anonymous abstracts of max. one page A4.
	2) Put the title of the talk together with your name and
mail/e-mail addresses, telephone and fax numbers on a
separate sheet.
	3) send it to the above address no later than DECEMBER 20th,
1996.

FOR FURTHER INFORMATION, CONTACT:
	Lourdes Dmaz - Carmen Pirez
	Eurosla-7 Barcelona, UPF
	Dept. Traduccis i Filologia
	Universitat Pompeu Fabra
	e-mail: euroslaupf.es
	Rambla, 30-32
	Barcelona 08002, Spain
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Message 2: Optimality Theory Workshop Announcement

Date: Tue, 05 Nov 1996 14:25:32 EST
From: h-ot-97vonneumann.cog.jhu.edu <h-ot-97vonneumann.cog.jhu.edu>
Subject: Optimality Theory Workshop Announcement
 Hopkins Optimality Theory Workshop/
 University of Maryland Mayfest 1997

 Baltimore's Inner Harbor
 May 9-12, 1997

SPEAKERS

 SYNTAX (May 9-10) PHONOLOGY (May 11-12)

 Judith Aissen (UCSC) Jill Beckman (Iowa)
 Joan Bresnan (Stanford) Laura Benua (Maryland)
 Hye-Won Choi (USC) Luigi Burzio (Hopkins)
 Jane Grimshaw (Rutgers) Edward Flemming(Stanford)
 Geraldine Legendre (Hopkins) Adamantios Gafos (UMass)
 David Pesetsky (MIT) Sharon Inkelas (Berkeley)
 Luigi Rizzi (Geneva)* Junko Ito (UCSC)
 Vieri Samek-Lodovici (Konstanz) Michael Kenstowicz (MIT)
 Peter Sells (Stanford) Linda Lombardi (Maryland)
 Margaret Speas (UMass) John McCarthy (UMass)
 Sten Vikner (Stuttgart)* Armin Mester (UCSC)
 Colin Wilson (Hopkins) Jaye Padgett (UCSC)
 Ellen Woolford (UMass) Alan Prince (Rutgers)
 Paul Smolensky (Hopkins)
 ACQUISITION & PROCESSING (May 10) Moira Yip (UCI)
 Cheryl Zoll (MIT)
 Robert Frank (Hopkins)
 Peter Jusczyk (Hopkins)*
 Joseph Pater (UBC) *Participation not yet confirmed
 Suzanne Stevenson (Rutgers)
 Bruce Tesar (Rutgers)

SITE

 Radisson Plaza Lord Baltimore Hotel, 20 W. Baltimore St, Baltimore
MD 21201 (800) 333-3333; (410) 539-8400

 This restored old hotel is located in downtown Baltimore adjacent to
the Inner Harbor. A block of rooms has been reserved for the nights
of May 8-12 at a special rate of $119/night (for one or two beds;
roll-aways can be added for $10/night). Participants should call the
hotel directly, BY APRIL 5, to make reservations.

REGISTRATION

 To pre-register, BY APRIL 5 send your physical and electronic mail
addresses, your phone number, and the dates you expect to participate
to the address at the bottom of this announcement. Please enclose $25
(for faculty/postdocs; $15 for others) to help defray the cost of
printing, morning and afternoon coffee breaks, and a workshop
party. (Registration at the door will also be possible at a somewhat
higher rate). Checks should be payable to Johns Hopkins University.

CALL FOR POSTERS

 The workshop will feature contributed poster sessions on all aspects
of OT. Interested participants are invited to submit BY FEB. 1, 1997
four copies of a one-page abstract (not including data, references,
and tableaux) to the Hopkins address listed at the bottom of this
announcement. Abstracts should be anonymous; include a 3x5 card
containing your name, submission title, institutional and email
addresses, and phone. We regret that email and fax submissions cannot
be accepted. Poster format will be the same as for the LSA Annual
Meeting, and poster abstracts will be provided to workshop attendees.

ORGANIZERS

 Geraldine Legendre 	Laura Benua
 Paul Smolensky 	Linda Lombardi
 Cognitive Science Department Linguistics Department
 Johns Hopkins 	University of Maryland

SPONSORS
 Johns Hopkins University
 Office of the Provost
 College of Arts & Sciences
 Center for Language and Speech Processing
 Cognitive Science Department
 University of Maryland, College Park
 Linguistics Department
 College of Arts and Humanities

CONTACT ADDRESS

 H-OT-97
 Cognitive Science Department
 Johns Hopkins University
 Baltimore, MD 21093-2685
 (410) 526-5250
 h-ot-97cogsci.jhu.edu
 http://www.cogsci.jhu.edu/h-ot-97/


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