Corpora: 1999 Linguistic Institute
Tue, 9 Mar 1999 20:20:06 +0200
>From: "Ivan A. Sag" <sag@csli.Stanford.EDU>
>Could I ask you to forward this notice to relevant email distribution lists in
>your part of the world? The computational linguistics courses are emphasized
>here (because they weren't included in the original Institute brochure), but a
>quick visit to the Institute's web site will reveal how broad the scope of
>this summer school really is...
>Thanks in advance,
>(Associate Director: 1999 Linguistic Institute)
>***********************1999 Linguistic Institute************************
>The University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign (UIUC) is proud to announce
>that it will host the 1999 Linguistic Institute, co-sponsored by the LSA, ACL
>and AAAI. The Institute will be held this summer from June 21 - July 30.
>Students, postdocs, faculty and non-academics who are interested in
>linguistics are invited to attend.
>We have an excellent faculty of over 80 of the top linguists in the world.
>Classes will be offered in the areas of
> COMPUTATIONAL LINGUISTICS:
> Intro to Computational Linguistics: Dan Jurafsky
> Computational Models of Spoken Language: Stephen Levinson
> Connectionist Models of Language Processing: Jeff Elman
> Corpus Linguistics: Michael Barlow
> The Lexicon in Computational Linguistics: Ann Copestake
> Machine Translation: Martin Kay
> Computational Linguistics and User Interfaces: Jerry Morgan
> Grammar Development in Constraint-Based Grammar Formalisms: Erhard Hinrichs
> OTHER RELEVANT COURSES include:
> The Architecture of the Language Faculty: Ray Jackendoff
> The Syntax-Phonology Interface: David Odden
> The Architecture of Morphology: Arnold Zwicky
> Construction-Based Approaches to Grammar: Adele Goldberg
> Morphosyntax in LFG/OT: Joan Bresnan and Rachel Nordlinger
> Wh-Constructions: Ivan Sag and Gert Webelhuth
> Situation Semantics for Constraint-Based Grammar: Shalom Lappin and
> Carl Pollard
> The Syntax-Discourse Interace: Ellen Prince
> The Psycholinguistics of Sentence Comprehension: Susan Garnsey
> Current Issues in Language Production: Kathryn Bock and Gary Dell
>And many additional courses in the areas of:
> Field Methods
> Semantic and Pragmatics
> Phonology and Phonetics
> Historical and Indo-European Linguistics
> Sociolinguistics and Second Language Acquisition
> African Linguistics
> Japanese Linguistics
> Korean Linguistics
> Native American Linguistics
> Semitic Linguistics
> South Asian Linguistics
>Satelite Workshops and Conferences include:
> Symposium on Computational Linguistics; Metaphor; Constructions;
> Theories of Categorization and the Acquisition of Phonology....
>Tuition for students is US $1,300 for 6-weeks, or US $1,000 for 4-weeks or
>less. Affiliates (linguistics who already hold PhDs) should register
>with the LSA; 6-week affiliate fee is $1035 or $835 for 4-weeks or less.
>(Affiliate fees are used to sponsor LSA student fellowships).
>For more information and applications please visit our website at
>We hope to see you this summer!
>Director, 1999 Linguistic Institute
>1999 Linguistic Institute, Department of Linguistics
>University of Illinois--Urbana-Champaign
>707 S. Mathews, Urbana, IL 61801
>tel (217) 333-1563 e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org