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Upcoming Meetings on African Languages / Linguistics


2006

March 17-19

34TH NORTH AMERICAN CONFERENCE ON AFROASIATIC LINGUISTICS. Seattle. Conference webpage: http://www.nacal.org.

April 6-9

ANNUAL CONFERENCE ON AFRICAN LINGUISTICS 37. University of Oregon. Abstract deadline: December 7, 2005. Contact: conference webpage http://www.uoregon.edu/~acal2006.

April 20-22

BANTU GRAMMAR: DESCRIPTION AND THEORY. SOAS, University of London. Abstract deadline: Dec. 19, 2005. 1 page A4 abstract 2 copies to Lutz Marten, Dept. of Africa, SOAS, Thornhaugh Street, Russell Square, London WC1H 0XG, England PDF or emailed to BantuConference@soas.ac.uk). Further information on the conference and abstract requirements: http://mercurv.soas.ac.uk/users/lm5/BantuConference.htm.

April 27-29

TYPOLOGY OF AFRICAN LANGUAGES. University of Colorado, Boulder. Abstract deadline Jan. 31, 2006 by email to Zygmunt.Frajzyngierfaicolorado.edu or Erin.Shay@colorado.edu. or paper abstracts arriving by Jan. 31, 2005 to Prof. Zygmunt Frajzyngier, Dept. of Linguistics, Box 295, University of Colorado, Boulder, CO, USA 80309.

May 26-27

THE BANTU-ROMANCE CONNECTION WORKSHOP. Hinsley Hall, Leeds (UK). Information on workshop webpage at http://www.modern.lang.leeds.ac.uk/BantuRom.

July 5-7

ANNUAL LINGUISTICS CONFERENCE SOUTH AFRICA. Durban, South Africa. Abstract deadline: March 15. 1-page abstracts in Word format not over 600 words, 12 pt. Arial emailed to SLLL2006@ukzn.ac.za. Further information on conference and abstract requirements at http://www. …

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