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  • Barbara Partee
    Semantics of Under-Represented Languages Outside the Americas Short Title: SULA-bar Date: 04-May-2011 - 04-May-2011 Location: Manchester, United Kingdom
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      Semantics of Under-Represented Languages Outside the Americas
      Short Title: SULA-bar

      Date: 04-May-2011 - 04-May-2011
      Location: Manchester, United Kingdom
      Contact Person: Martina Faller
      Meeting Email: sula6.manchestergmail.com


      SULA-bar (The Semantics of Under-represented Languages outside the
      Americas) is a pre-event to SULA 6 (The Semantics of Under-represented
      Languages in the Americas, URL:
      http://ulwa.humanities.manchester.ac.uk/sula6/).

      SULA-bar aims to bring together researchers working on languages or
      dialects spoken outside of the Americas which do not have an established
      tradition of work in formal semantics. Research presented at this event
      should involve primary fieldwork or experimentation as well as high-level
      theoretical analysis.

      Invited speaker: Mary Dalrymple (Oxford University)

      SULA-bar is organized by Martina Faller and Andrew Koontz-Garboden at
      the Department of Linguistics and English Language at The University of
      Manchester.

      Call For Papers

      We invite submissions of abstracts for papers (20-minute presentation plus
      10-minute discussion) on any topic in the semantics of under-represented
      languages. Please only submit papers on languages outside the Americas
      to this event. Papers on languages of the Americas should be submitted to
      SULA 6. Submissions are limited to 1 individual and 1 joint abstract per
      author, or 2 joint abstracts per author.

      Abstracts must be at most two pages long (including data and references)
      on a A4 sheet with 2cm margins and typed in at least 11-point font.
      Abstracts are anonymous, so all authors' names must be absent from all
      pages. We will accept electronic submissions only. Abstracts must be
      submitted online via Easy Abstract at Linguist List at the following
      address:

      http://linguistlist.org/confcustom/SULAbar

      Submission deadline: 6 February 2011
      Notification of acceptance: 13 March 2011

      Registration fee:
      full-paying individuals: £15
      registered students: £10


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