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    * The 25TH ANNUAL MEETING OF THE BERKELEY LINGUISTICS SOCIETY * SPECIAL SESSION: CAUCASIAN, DRAVIDIAN, AND TURKIC LINGUISTICS * YILBASI BALOSUNU * INTENSIVE
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      * The 25TH ANNUAL MEETING OF THE BERKELEY LINGUISTICS SOCIETY
      * SPECIAL SESSION: CAUCASIAN, DRAVIDIAN, AND TURKIC LINGUISTICS
      * YILBASI BALOSUNU
      * INTENSIVE OTTOMAN TURKISH SUMMER SCHOOL IN TURKEY [IOSS]

      * The 25TH ANNUAL MEETING OF THE BERKELEY LINGUISTICS SOCIETY

      UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA, BERKELEY
      FEBRUARY 12-15, 1998
      CONFERENCE PROGRAM

      * SPECIAL SESSION: CAUCASIAN, DRAVIDIAN, AND TURKIC LINGUISTICS

      Fri Feb 12, 1999, Alumni House, UC Berkeley
      PARASESSION: LOAN WORD PHENOMENA
      Together with the General Session: Sat-Mon Feb 13-15, 1999, Room C230
      Cheit Hall, UC Berkeley
      Further info: http://www.linguistics.berkeley.edu/BLS/


      FRIDAY - FEBRUARY 12, 1999: SPECIAL SESSION

      8:00 REGISTRATION

      MORNING SESSION
      9:00 Word games and the hidden phonology of Tuvan
      K. David Harrison, Yale University
      9:30 Epenthesis-Driven Harmony in Turkish
      Abigail Kaun, Yale University
      10:00 TBA
      Johanna Nichols, University of California, Berkeley
      10:40 Language policy and reforms of Uighur and Kazakh writing systems in
      China
      Minglang Zhou, University of Colorado at Boulder
      11:10 Interpreting genitives in Turkish
      M�rvet Enc, University of Wisconsin, Madison

      11:40 ********** LUNCH **********

      AFTERNOON SESSION
      12:40 Suffix-order variability in Turkish: How it works and why one should
      care
      Jeff Good & Alan Yu, University of California, Berkeley
      1:10 Attractiveness and relatedness: Notes on Turkic language contacts
      Lars Johanson, Universit�t Mainz
      1:50 The phonology of the past tense in Tamil
      Caroline Wiltshire, University of Florida, Gainesville
      2:20 Analyzing contact-induced phenomena in Karaim
      Eva Agnes Csato, Uppsala University

      2:50 ********** BREAK **********

      LATE AFTERNOON SESSION
      3:00 Evidentiality in the Caucasus: The category 'Witnessed' in Tsez
      Bernard Comrie, Max Planck Institute for Evolutionary Anthropology
      & Maria Polinsky, UC San Diego
      3:30 Kannada gerund in adnominal positions: A functional perspective
      Mirjam Fried, UC Berkeley
      4:00 Indefinites, questions, and correlatives in a Dravidian language
      Hany Babu, Friedrich-Schiller-Universit�t Jena









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      PROGRAM INFORMATION- Ottoman Turkish Summer School

      ANNOUNCEMENT

      * INTENSIVE OTTOMAN TURKISH SUMMER SCHOOL IN TURKEY [IOSS]
      Alibey Adasi [Cunda]/Ayvalik-Turkey
      <July 1 - August 15, 1999>

      Harvard University and Bursa Uludag University (Turkey) announce
      the INTENSIVE OTTOMAN TURKISH SUMMER SCHOOL IN TURKEY [IOSS] to be held
      July-August of every year in Alibey Adasi/Ayvalik in Turkey.
      The school provides proficiency-based instruction in the reading
      and translation of Ottoman materials, both printed and hand-written, and
      in developing skills in paleography to prepare students to use the
      original archival documents written in divani, siyaqat and riq'a.
      In addition to daily four-hour instruction in Ottoman there will be
      daily one-hour conversation based on advanced reading of Modern Turkish texts.
      Formal course work will be supplemented by weekly seminars taught by
      leading scholars of Ottoman and Turkish philology.
      Courses in Ottoman have two level: INTERMEDIATE and ADVANCED. They
      will be conducted by the leading experts in Ottoman paleography. The course
      will equal a full-year course at any university in the world. The teaching
      language will be mainly modern Turkish, especially in advanced classes.
      This coming summer (1999) will be our third summer; previously we
      had 15 and 14 students in a row.

      OFFICIAL APPROVAL & FUNDING:
      The IOSS has been approved by the U.S. Dept. of Education.
      FUNDING: The prospective students who are already enrolled in
      MA and/or Ph D programs and/or who hold teaching or research positions
      at any academic institution may apply to various sources [FLASS, ITS
      <Institute of Turkish Studies, Washington, DC>, MELLON Foundation etc.]
      through their respective centers or departments, following their
      guidelines.
      BUDGET: Tuition: $ 3,500,oo, lodging: $ 300.oo, Teaching materials:
      $ 100.oo [Round trip airfare and meals are not included!]
      The total of $ 3,900.oo must be paid by the first week of May
      to the OTTOMAN STUDIES FOUNDATION: IS BANKASI, AYVALIK/TURKEY. Act. No.
      2120 301120 261 231. The payment should be notified immediately:
      Harvard University, NELC. Ottoman Summer School, 6 Divinity Ave.
      Cambridge, MA 02138/USA
      ADMISSION AND CONTACT: Send application form along with supporting
      documents to INTENSIVE OTTOMAN SUMMER SCHOOL IN TURKEY, Harvard University,
      NELC. 6 Divinity Ave. Cambridge, MA. 02138/USA; or call 617 495 5757 or
      fax 617 496 8904 or 781 585 8796 OR:
      E-Mail: stekin@...
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