23.168, FYI: 2013 LSA Institute: Call for Course Proposals

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Subject: 23.168, FYI: 2013 LSA Institute: Call for Course Proposals

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Date: 09-Jan-2012
From: Andries Coetzee [coetzee at umich.edu]
Subject: 2013 LSA Institute: Call for Course Proposals


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Date: Tue, 10 Jan 2012 11:42:28
From: Andries Coetzee [coetzee at umich.edu]
Subject: 2013 LSA Institute: Call for Course Proposals

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The 2013 Linguistic Institute will take place on the campus of the  
University of Michigan in Ann Arbor, with major sponsorship by the  
Linguistic Society of America and the University of Michigan. The  
theme of the 2013 Linguistic Institute is ''Universality and Variability.''  
The Institute theme reflects the unusual synergies currently emerging  
in our field tied to exploring and modeling what is invariant about  
human language while also working to understand the complexities of 
linguistic variability. 

The Institute, which will take place from June 24-July 19, 2013, is  
seeking proposals for courses. Specifically, we seek courses for the  
Institute devoted to new lines of inquiry, with an emphasis on inter- and 
intra-disciplinary investigation and methodological best practices as  
linked to the Institute theme. 

The call for proposals, with detailed instructions, is available at: 
http://lsa2013.lsa.umich.edu/call-for-course-proposals.html. 

Proposals should be sent electronically to lsa2013 at umich.edu. The 
deadline for receiving course proposals is 5 pm, February 17, 2012. 

More information about the Institute is available on the Institute website 
at The Institute website: http://lsa2013.lsa.umich.edu/. 



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