FW: [FUNKNET] Recursion in Human Languages

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>From: "Daniel L. Everett" <dlevere at ilstu.edu>
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>Subject: [FUNKNET] Recursion in Human Languages
>Date: Wed, 29 Nov 2006 14:52:58 -0600
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>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
>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/
>Honorary Professor of Linguistics
>University of Manchester
>Manchester, UK
>“The 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 — in their oddities — 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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