6.1716, Confs: Language & cognition, Estonian prosody

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LINGUIST List:  Vol-6-1716. Thu Dec 7 1995. ISSN: 1068-4875. Lines:  158
 
Subject: 6.1716, Confs: Language & cognition, Estonian prosody
 
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Date:  06 Dec 1995 15:41:00
From:  P.A.Rowlett at mod-lang.salford.ac.uk
Subject:  Second announcement and programme: Language & Cognition
 
2)
Date:  Thu, 07 Dec 1995 10:55:35 EST
From:  jannedy at ling.ohio-state.edu (Stefanie Jannedy)
Subject:  Symposium on Estonian Prosody
 
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1)
Date:  06 Dec 1995 15:41:00
From:  P.A.Rowlett at mod-lang.salford.ac.uk
Subject:  Second announcement and programme: Language & Cognition
 
               SECOND ANNOUNCEMENT AND PROGRAMME
 
                       ONE-DAY WORKSHOP
 
                    LANGUAGE AND COGNITION
 
            Friday 12 January 1996, 10.00am-4.00pm
 
Venue: Monnet Suite, Research and Graduate College, Faraday
House, University of Salford, Greater Manchester, M5 4WT.
 
PROGRAMME:
 
10.00     Jacques Durand (Salford)
          "The psychological implications of current theories of
          phonology"
 
10.40     Philip Carr (Newcastle)
          "Linguistics, I-language and external behaviour"
 
11.20     Tea
 
11.40     Ronnie Cann (Edinburgh)
          "Functional categories: syntax, semantics and
          psychology"
 
12.20     Lunch
 
1.40      Richard Towell (Salford)
          "Complementary models of cognition within second
          language acquisition: how can their interaction be
          understood?"
 
2.20      Bernadette Plunkett (York)
          "Clausal architecture and the child's acquisition of
          questions"
 
3.00      Tea
 
3.20      Bonnie Schwartz (Durham)
          "tba"
 
It is intended that the workshop will give speakers and
participants an opportunity to discuss issues in an informal
atmosphere.
 
Pre-registration is not required, but we would be grateful if
participants would let us know that they plan to attend.
 
Organisers: Prof Jacques Durand and Paul Rowlett
European Studies Research Institute
Department of Modern Languages
University of Salford
Salford
Greater Manchester, M5 4WT
Tel: 0161 745 5614
Fax: 0161 745 5335
E-mail: P.A.Rowlett at mod-lang.salford.ac.uk
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Date:  Thu, 07 Dec 1995 10:55:35 EST
From:  jannedy at ling.ohio-state.edu (Stefanie Jannedy)
Subject:  Symposium on Estonian Prosody
 
 
                Symposium on Estonian Prosody
 
Aim:    to provide an opportunity for scholars who have been
        interested in Estonian prosody to meet each other and
        discuss their theories and findings.
 
Purpose: to see if it is possible to arrive at some kind of
        consensus as to what the Estonian three-way quantity
        system really means: what is its phonetic
        manifestation, which of several interpretations is most
        reasonable, and what can it contribute to linguistic
        theory.
 
Time:   October 29-30, 1996.
 
Place:  Institute of Estonian Language (Eesti Keele Instituut),
        Tallinn, Estonia.
 
Format: there will be four sessions of invited papers and a
        concluding panel.  Each paper will be followed by
        discussion.  Others besides the invited speakers are
        welcome to attend the symposium (upon payment of a
        small registration fee) and participate in the
        discussions. If you are interested in attending the
        symposium, please contact Jaan Ross before May l5,
        l996 (address below).
 
Language: the language of the conference will be English.
 
Publication: it is planned to prepare and publish a bilingual
        volume containing the presented papers, to appear in
        l997.  The printed version of the papers may be longer
        than the actual presentations;  they will be provided
        with an extensive (approximately five-page) summary in
        the other language.  The volume will be edited by
        Ilse Lehiste.
 
Further information: for questions concerning the program,
        please contact Ilse Lehiste (Ohio State University,
        Department of Linguistics, 222 Oxley Hall, l7l2 Neil
        Avenue, Columbus, OH 43210-1298, USA, e-mail
        ilsele at ling.ohio-state.edu, fax + 1 614 2924273)
        for questions concerning local arrangements, please
        contact Jaan Ross (Eesti Keele Instituut, Roosikrantsi
        6, EE 0001 Tallinn, Estonia, e-mail jankel at kki.ee,
        fax +372 2 442076).
 
 
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