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Conference: 47th Annual Meeting of the Chicago Linguistic Society, April 7-9, Registration Deadline March 31

CLS 47 Preliminary Schedule

Pre-registration open! (until March 31)

Main Session

Sharon Inkelas, University of California, Berkeley
Angelika Kratzer, University of Massachusetts, Amherst
Norvin Richards, Massachusetts Institute of Technology

Experimental Methods in Linguistic Research

Yosef Grodzinsky, McGill University
Keith Johnson, University of California, Berkeley
Colin Phillips, University of Maryland

Each Spring scholars with diverse backgrounds and theoretical perspectives gather for three days of talks and discussion, followed by our annual CLS banquet. The conference is divided into a Main Session, comprised of talks on a broad range of linguistic issues, and one or more Parasessions, comprised of talks on more particular issues within a sub-field of the discipline.

The 47th annual meeting of the Chicago Linguistic Society will be held April 7-9, 2011 in the Ida Noyes Hall at the University of Chicago. The conference will include a general session as well as a parasession devoted to Experimental Methods in Linguistic Research.

Call for papers

Pre-registration

Travel information

Past meetings

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Funding: Travel Support for LCTLs Conference (April 30), Center for the Study of Languages, Deadline March 15

Dear CSL Community at UChicago,

Some of you may have already seen the preliminary announcement for the April 30 conference a tColumbia University on LCTLs. If you have an interest in attending the conference and would like to be considered for CSL travel support, please send a brief statement of interest to Steven Clancy <sclancy@uchicago.edu> by 5:00pm on Friday, March 11.

Application for CSL Travel Support for UChicago Faculty and Students

Name

Email

Department

LCTLs you teach

Short Paragraph expressing your interest in the conference and how it will be beneficial to your teaching, research, and professional work.

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