9.1640, Calls: Formal Linguistics (WCCFL)

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Subject: 9.1640, Calls: Formal Linguistics (WCCFL)

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Date:  Thu, 19 Nov 1998 13:56:42 -0700 (MST)
From:  Andrew Carnie <carnie at U.Arizona.EDU>
Subject:  Second Call: WCCFL18

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Date:  Thu, 19 Nov 1998 13:56:42 -0700 (MST)
From:  Andrew Carnie <carnie at U.Arizona.EDU>
Subject:  Second Call: WCCFL18

*****SECOND CALL******


West Coast Conference on Formal Linguistics

The University of Arizona
Tucson, Arizona
April 8-11, 1999

(abstracts due december 1, 1998)

Abstracts are invited for 20-minute talks in all
areas of formal linguistics from any theoretical
perspective. In addition to regular talks, there
will be a poster session. Pending approval of
funding, WCCFL 18 will also include three special
sessions with invited panelists. Abstracts may only
be submitted for the main session or poster

Special Sessions

 (pending approval of funding, the following
special sessions are tentatively planned)

1. Derivations vs. Constraints

2. Formal basis and acquisition of Syntactic

3. The Importance of the Study of Native American
Languages to Linguistic Theory: The Contributions
of Ken Hale Faculty.

 Abstract Requirements

Abstracts should be no more than one standard size
page in length with the option of including an
additional page for data and references. Abstracts
should be in at least 11-point type with 1-inch
margins, single-spaced. Please mail eleven
anonymous copies as well as a 3" x 5" index card
with the following information:

area (phonology, syntax, semantics...)
name of author(s)
contact phone number
mailing address
contact e-mail address
indicate main session, poster session or both

(Please be sure to indicate if you want to be
considered for the main session only, the poster
session only, or both.) Submissions are limited to
1 individual and 1 joint abstract per author.
Please do not send abstracts by e-mail. Abstract
submission guidelines & deadline will be strictly


Abstracts should be sent to:

Department of Linguistics, Douglass 200E
PO Box 210028
University of Arizona
Tucson, AZ 85721 USA

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