(Apologies if you have seen this before.)
EVOLUTION OF LANGUAGE:
Fourth International Conference, 2002.
Wednesday March 27th --- Saturday March 30th.
This is the fourth conference in the series, continuing from
Edinburgh/1996, London/1998, and Paris/2000.
WEBSITE for this conference: http://www.ling.ed.ac.uk/evolang2002/
LOCAL ORGANIZER: Tecumseh Fitch (Harvard University)
CONFIRMED PLENARY SPEAKERS:
Marc Hauser (Harvard University)
Ray Jackendoff (Brandeis University)
CALL FOR PAPERS
Papers are solicited on all aspects of the origin and evolution of
language, from any relevant discipline, including Anthropology,
Archaeology, Artificial Intelligence, Biology, Cognitive Science,
Computational or Mathematical Modelling, Ethology, Genetics,
Linguistics, Neuroscience, Palaeontology, and Psychology. It is
anticipated that papers will be presented in 25 minutes, with 5 minutes
for discussion. Papers will be accepted on the basis of submitted
abstracts, refereed by independent assessors. Some papers not accepted
as talks will be accepted as posters.
SUBMISSION OF ABSTRACTS
Deadline: October 31st, 2001.
Length limit: 1 single page, with reasonable margins (at least 1 inch (2.5cm)
all round, in print no smaller than 10pt, and preferably larger)
Format: A MSWord.doc file, modified from the template downloadable from
the website (see above).
Submission: Electronically --- attach your MSWord formatted abstract to
an email message sent to firstname.lastname@example.org . Do not attempt to
include your abstract in the body of your message.
Further information, about added plenary speakers, accommodation,
conference fees, etc. will be forthcoming from time to time. If this
message was not emailed directly to you, and you would like to be
included in further emailings, please subscribe to the EvoLang2002 email
list. You can do this by sending an email to email@example.com
with the following single-line message (not in the subject header):
Bernard Comrie (Max Planck Institute, Leipzig)
Jean-Louis Dessalles (Ecole Nationale Superieure des Telecommunications, Paris)
Tecumseh Fitch (Harvard University)
James R Hurford (University of Edinburgh)
Chris Knight (University of East London)
Alison Wray (Cardiff University)
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