End of ADS-L Digest - 22 Sep 1994 to 23 Sep 1994 ************************************************ There is one message totalling 104 lines in this issue. Topics of the day: 1. CALL FOR PAPERS ---------------------------------------------------------------------- Date: Sat, 24 Sep 1994 12:03:51 -0400 From: SKIESLING[AT SYMBOL GOES HERE]GUVAX.ACC.GEORGETOWN.EDU Subject: CALL FOR PAPERS *********** CONFERENCE CALL FOR PAPERS *** The Georgetown Linguistics Society announces "Developments in Discourse Analysis" February 17-19, 1995 Georgetown University ********** Deadline for Abstracts and Colloquium Proposals: November 18, 1994 THE GLS 1995 CONFERENCE invites you to submit abstracts and colloquim proposals representing original, unpublished work on all aspects of, and approaches to, discourse analysis. Abtracts and colloquium proposals will be accepted from any discipline, but should be based on natural language data. SUBMISSION OF ABSTRACTS: Individual papers will be 20 minutes long with 10 additional minutes for discussion. Send three copies of a typed double-spaced abstract no more than 250 words long. Do not put any identification on the abstracts. The submitter's name should be typed on a separate sheet with the paper title and submitter's address, phone, e-mail address and institutional affiliation. In addition, please submit a 100-word typed single-spaced summary for the conference program, headed by the name and affiliation of each presenter and the title of the paper. SUBMISSION OF COLLOQUIA PROPOSALS: Colloquia proposals are invited for two-hour colloquia. All abstracts for presentation in a colloquium must be submitted together, accompanied by a cover letter from the organizer bearing the organizer's name, address, phone and fax number, e-mail address and insitutional affiliation. The cover letter should explain how the individual presentations will relate to one another and to the theme of the colloquium. In addition, the organizer should include a 100-word description of the entire colloquium for the conference program. REGISTRATION: Please send your name and affiliation (as you wish them to appear on your conference badge), your mailing address, e-mail address, phone number, and a check or money order made payable to "Georgetown University" to the address below. Students Non-Students Early Pre-registration $15.00 $25.00 (through November 11, 1994) Pre-registration 20.00 30.00 (by February 16) On-site Registration 30.00 40.00 (February 17-19, 1995) So that the conference can provide for any special needs, we ask that you notify the GLS of these requirements no later than January 15, 1995. ADDRESS: Send abstracts, colloquium proposals, registration, and other correspondence to GLS Georgetown University Department of Linguistics 479 Intercultural Center Washington, D.C. 20057-1068 Questions may be directed to: modang[AT SYMBOL GOES HERE]guvax.georgetown.edu (internet) modang[AT SYMBOL GOES HERE]guvax.bitnet (bitnet) (202) 687-6166 (voice) PLEASE POST AND FORWARD THIS ANNOUNCEMENT TO YOUR FRIENDS AND COLLEAGUES. Thank you. *************