Deborah W. Anderson
alotz at aimnet.com
Fri Sep 20 13:33:18 UTC 1996
A new edition of the Indo-European Newsletter has just appeared. It
contains news, a list of new and forthcoming books and journals, brief
book reviews, newly-available IE electronic resources, a list of upcoming
conferences as well as essays.
Among the "Brief Communications":
--a summary by James P. Mallory on the "Conference on the Bronze Age and
Iron Age Peoples of Eastern Central Asia" held at the University of
Pennsylvania on April 19-21, 1996, a conference devoted to the mummies
found in Xinjiang, China and their archaeological, genetic, and possible
--a short summary of the Second German Linguistics Annual Conference
held at Madison, WI on April 26-28 by Christopher Stevens.
The essays in this issue include:
--two essays on recent developments in Insular Celtic, one on Celtic phonology
and morphology (by Kim McCone) and the other on syntax and other matters
(by Joseph Eska).
--a contribution by Craig Melchert on recent developments in Anatolian.
The newsletter is officially affiliated with the Indo-European Studies program
UCLA. Contribution levels (which pay for this bi-annual newsletter and support
IE activities) are $10 for students, $20 for others ($25 for those outside the
continental U.S.). Checks should be made payable to "FAIES/UCLA Foundation"
and sent to: FAIES, 2143 Kelton Ave., Los Angeles, CA 90025. VISA
and Mastercard are also accepted.
For further information, please contact: Deborah Anderson at
dwanders @violet.berkeley.edu (or: alotz at aimnet.com)
Visiting Scholar, Dept. of Linguistics
Berkeley, CA 94720
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