Recursion in Human Languages

Daniel L. Everett dlevere at ilstu.edu
Wed Nov 29 20:52:58 UTC 2006


The schedule for the conference, Recursion in Human Language, is now  
up for viewing: http://www.foreignlanguages.ilstu.edu/rechul/ 
schedule.htm


General conference information is at: http://www.llc.ilstu.edu/rechul/


Dan Everett



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Daniel L. Everett, Professor of Linguistics & Anthropology and Chair,
Department of Languages, Literatures, and Cultures
Campus Box 4300
Illinois State University
Normal, Illinois 61790-4300
OFFICE: 309-438-3604
FAX: 309-438-8038
Dept: http://www.llc.ilstu.edu/default.asp
Recursion: http://www.llc.ilstu.edu/rechul/
Personal: http://www.llc.ilstu.edu/dlevere/

and

Honorary Professor of Linguistics
University of Manchester
Manchester, UK
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β€œThe notion that the essence of what it means to be human is most  
clearly revealed in those features of human culture that are  
universal rather than in those that are distinctive to this people or  
that is a prejudice that we are not obliged to share... It may be in  
the cultural particularities of people β€” in their oddities β€” that  
some of the most instructive revelations of what it is to be  
generically human are to be found.” Clifford Geertz (1926-2006)



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