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Formal Approaches to Slavic Linguistics

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The Annual Workshop on Formal Approaches to Slavic Linguistics (often abbreviated FASL) is one of the most reputable international academic conferences in the field of formal Slavic linguistics. Each meeting is hosted by a United States or Canada university in May; the proceedings are published in the next year by Michigan Slavic Publishers of University of Michigan in Ann Arbor, MI.

Hosts

  • I 1992 University of Michigan
  • II 1993 Massachusetts Institute of Technology
  • III 1994 University of Maryland, College Park
  • IV 1995 Cornell University
  • V 1996 Indiana University (Bloomington) & Wabash College
  • VI 1997 University of Connecticut
  • VII 1998 University of Washington
  • VIII 1999 University of Pennsylvania
  • IX 2000 Indiana University (Bloomington)
  • X 2001 University of Michigan
  • XI 2002 University of Massachusetts Amherst
  • XII 2003 University of Ottawa
  • XIII 2004 University of South Carolina
  • XIV 2005 Princeton University
  • XV 2006 University of Toronto
  • XVI 2007 State University of New York at Stony Brook
  • XVII 2008 Yale University
  • XVIII 2009 Cornell University
  • Invited speakers: Barbara Citko, Molly Diesing, Jaye Padgett
  • XIX 2010 University of Maryland, College Park
  • Invited speakers: Hana Filip, James Lavine, Juan Uriagereka
  • XX 2011 Massachusetts Institute of Technology
  • Invited speakers: Ivona Kučerová, Donca Steriade, Sergei Tatevosov, Morris Halle
  • XXI 2012 Indiana University, Bloomington
  • Invited speakers: Željko Bošković, Guglielmo Cinque and Iliana Krapova, Tania Ionin
  • XXII 2013 McMaster University
  • Invited speakers: Maria Gouskova, Roumyana Pancheva, David Pesetsky
  • References

    Formal Approaches to Slavic Linguistics Wikipedia


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