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Date:  Sat, 22 Mar 2003 00:54:11 +0200
From:  linguist at linguistlist.org
Subject: Important Message - Please Read

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Dear Lingliters,

Please take a moment to read this message...

We know that by the very nature of your subscription, you do not like
your inbox cluttered with too many messages and we truly hope that by
sending you these Fund Drive highlights we cause no offense.

We wouldn't be writing if it wasn't a necessity! This year we have to
raise $50,000 to keep LINGUIST running. So far we have raised
$17,563.33 in three weeks, so we haven't toppled the half-way mark yet!

This total was contributed by 309 people - The LIST has over 17,000
subcribers! That's less than 2% of subscribers who have donated. If
you are one of these 309, we thank you from the bottem of our
hearts. If you are not, please consider making a donation to LINGUIST.

If every one of our 17,000+ subscribers donated $5, that would be
$85,000 - and we are 'only' asking for $50,000. Please make a donation
and keep LINGUIST List operating.

You can donate now via our secure credit card form at:

http://linguistlist.org/donate.html

You might prefer to make a pledge and send the payment later. For more
information on different ways to donate, see the end of this message
or visit:

http://linguistlist.org/donation.html

Thank you for reading this far...read on for the highlights of this
weeks Fund Drive issues; these are just some of the many good reasons
to donate to LINGUIST.

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~From Monday (http://linguistlist.org/issues/14/14-758.html)

Jobs on LINGUIST - Another Key Service from LINGUIST

Before we dive into the wonderful world of Jobs on LINGUIST, Happy St
Patrick's day!

One day it was lovely and sunny
So Paddy went courting his honey
The Blarney Stone he did kiss
To convince her of this:
"Give LINGUIST List all your money..."

And we sure have all kissed the Blarney Stone as well in the hope that
the following messages will be as persuasive and eloquent as
possible. So may you have the luck of the Irish and Céad Mile Fáilte
to our tour of Jobs on LINGUIST.

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Dear Linguists,

It's that time again, our yearly Fund Drive! And you, our valued
subscribers, may be wondering why we bombard you with all of these
letters from us here at LINGUIST. Well, it's simple really -- we want
you to know how we are using your donations, and how grateful we are
for them.

One of the many (and varied) uses of your donations is the Jobs
facility. The Jobs section is one of the most widely viewed areas on
our site; this section alone is visited, on average, around 600 times
a week! The Jobs area of the website allows users to browse current
job listings, search the jobs in the database, read archived issues,
and submit job announcements. This is a very versatile site, assisting
both people who are looking for a job as well as people who have a job
to post. Also, every job posted goes out in our daily mailing to tens
of thousands of subscribers.

In December, I 'inherited' the position of Jobs Editor. Until then, I
had never realized the volume of Jobs that we post. 557 Job
announcements were posted in 2002! As Jobs Editor, I see every
announcement that comes in (at least since December!). I think it is a
good experience for me, getting to see all the jobs that are available
to linguists, since, one day, I'll be looking for one. And, I will
certainly know where to look! LINGUIST posts jobs from all around the
world, in every sub-field of linguistics. It feels good to be able to
help the discipline out in this manner--perpetuating it. And by
donating to LINGUIST, this is what you are doing. You are helping us
provide the Linguistic community with valuable resources, helping to
perpetuate and expand the discipline.

Even the smallest donation goes a long way in helping us reach our
fund-drive goal, and I would like to encourage those of you who are
thinking about donating to do so. You can get a cool tee-shirt, or a
cookbook...But the most rewarding thing about donating (besides the
cookbook) is knowing that you are helping to support the field that
you love.

I would also like to thank everyone who has already donated, as well
as all the Publishers, Institutions, and individuals who donate
throughout the year. You are what keeps us here.


Sarah Murray
Jobs Editor

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~From Wednesday (http://linguistlist.org/issues/14/14-792.html)

Dear Linguistics,

*** The LINGUIST List Publisher Prize Draw ***

To give all of our wonderful subscribers an incentive to to donate,
many of our Supporting Publishers have genoursly donated some amazing
linguistic prizes. As a donor you will automatically be entered into
this prize draw. Please spread the word....

http://linguistlist.org/prizedraw.html

Look what's on offer:

The wonderful people at Cascadilla Press has generously offered two prizes:

~WCCFL 18-21 Proceedings on CD-ROM. Each CD-ROM contains the complete
 year's Proceedings of the West Coast Conference on Formal Linguistics,
 with all the papers in PDF format. The CD-ROM works on MacOS and
 Windows. For tables of contents, see
 http://www.cascadilla.com/wccfl.html. This set of 4 CD-ROMs is worth
 $80.00.

~Many Morphologies, edited by Paul Boucher. This new book contains
 original peer-reviewed articles by leading researchers such as Luigi
 Burzio and Joseph Emonds, and could give you fresh insights into
 research problems you've long wanted to answer. For a table of
 contents, see http://www.cascadilla.com/manym.html. This paperback is
 worth $28.95.


Our good friends at Elsevier Science have donated this super subscription:

~Free access to ScienceDirect (http://www.sciencedirect.com/) for a
 year. With over 17,000 journals online and millions of peer-reviewed
 articles, this is the world's best resource for research journals,
 abstract databases and reference works.


The MIT Press is offering the following subscriptions - thanks guys!

~A year's subscription to Linguistic Inquiry.

~A year's subsciption to Computational Linguistics.


Suomen kielitieteellinen yhdistys (The Linguistic Association of
Finland) have kindly donated this subscription - kiitoksia oikein
paljon.

~A year's subscription to the SKY Journal of Linguistics.


For more information and rules, visit:

http://linguistlist.org/prizedraw.html

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Make a donation now and you're in with a chance of winning one of
these great prizes.

http://linguistlist.org/donate.html

For instructions on how to donate, or how to make a pledge now and pay
later, see the last massage in this issue or visit:

http://linguistlist.org/donation.html

Thank you for keeping LINGUIST alive.

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~From Friday (http://linguistlist.org/issues/14/14-831.html)

The Continuing Saga of Percival - The LINGUIST List Cat

No Cat is an Island...

Percy, that naughty LINGUIST List cat and superbrain behind all that
we do, has sent us another postcard from his travels. If you would
prefer to read this online, and see the photos he has sent us, visit:

http://linguistlist.org/percy.html

We desperatly need Percival back! Without him we do not know how we
are going to reach our fund drive total of $50,000. If he were here,
we know that his shrewd and cunning wit would come up with lots of
ways to inspire you to make a donation. Please tell your friends to
keep a look out for him - he may be in your area as we speak. Print
this poster and put it up where everyone can see it:

http://linguistlist.org/percy-poster.html


And now, for the next installment of this epic tale, read on...

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The Continuing Saga of Percival - The LINGUIST List Cat

Postcard 3: No Cat is an Island


Hey peeps,

Percy here, checking in with you guys; I hope all is well on the List
and Fund Drive is doing good.

As you can see from the photo, I decided to head for the sandy beaches
of Cat Island in the Bahamas - and man is life sweet or what! I have
been here for two days already, and I think I could live here for the
rest of my life. The sun, the sea, palm trees, a cold saucer of milk
on the beach at sunset... this is heaven. I tell you after the party I
had in Barcelona I needed some relaxation time. Also, that pesky
detective of yours must have gotten his brain into gear because he
almost caught me - better luck next time guys!

Of course, you know me, I'm never far from the action. Last night me
and a group of laid back island cats decided to spilligate and we sure
did show sef to dem ladies. The fishing here is great, and I'm told
that the diving is second to none. The island also has an amazing
history: did you know that the pirate Arthur Catt was a frequent
visitor here, so I'm not the first delinquent kitty to hide out in
this neck of the woods.

Anyway, must dash now, I'm meeting a very friendly feline who wants to
cook me cuckoo soup, whatever that is. I'd like to tell you that I'll
be home terreckly, but me no tink so.

Percy da Cat.

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Help us get Percival back - without him LINGUIST cannot operate! We
have so much work for him to do. Make a donation now to the 'Get Percy
Back Fund' at:

Http://linguistlist.org/donate.html

For detailed information about how to make a donation, read the last
message in this issue, or visit:

http://linguistlist.org/donation.html

Percy - come back all is forgiven! You can have the delux kitty
blanket and the grade A catnip no problems!

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How to Donate to LINGUIST and Contributors So Far

*** Please add your name to this list ***

This year we hope to raise $50,000 to support the students who work on
LINGUIST List and keep the list running. Thank you from all the crew
for your support.

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and as such can receive donations through the EMU Foundation, which is
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Many companies also offer a gift matching scheme, such that they will
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This is generally a simple administrative procedure that doubles the
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U.S.A.

WIRE TRANSFER:
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PLEDGE NOW, PAY LATER:
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LINGUIST Contributors

ANGELS ($1000 and over)

  Blackwell Linguist List Plus
  John Benjamins


MAINSTAYS ($100 to $1000)

  Adam Werle
  Akira Yamamoto
  Andrea Schalley
  Arienne M. Dwyer
  Barbara H. Partee
  Benny Lee
  Bernard Spolsky
  Bernd S. Mueller
  Billy Clark
  Brent de Chene
  Carolyn Hartnett
  Catherine Walter
  Dan Slobin
  Donna Christian
  Dr. MJ Hardman
  E. Wayles Browne
  Earl M Herrick
  Elizabeth D. Liddy
  Elizabeth Riddle
  Elliott Moreton
  elly van gelderen
  Ernest N. McCarus
  Gerardo Augusto Lorenzino
  James J.Jenkins
  Jean Ann and Bruce Peng
  jeanette gundel
  John Kingston
  Julie Auger
  Keren Rice
  Laura Wagner
  Linda Rashidi
  Linguistic Society of Hawai'i
  Linguistics Department - Cornell University
  Ljiljana Progovac
  Margaret Winters and Geoff Nathan
  Marianna Pool
  Michael Silverstein
  Michael Swan
  Monica Macaulay, Joe Salmons
  Natasha Warner
  Pam and Allen Munro
  Paul Chapin
  Pauline Jacobson
  Rebecca Larche Moreton
  Robin Thelwall
  Rudolph Troike
  Sally McConnell-Ginet
  Sarah Ross
  Shanley Allen
  Terry Langendoen
  Theo Vennemann
  Tokyo University of Foreign Studies - English Department
  University of Edinburgh- Department of Linguistics
  - Plus 4 anonymous donors

SUPPORTERS ($50 to $100)

  Akira Ishikawa
  Alice Faber
  Anja Wanner
  Anthony Davis
  Astra Ozols
  Ayako Yamagata
  Betty Phillips
  Bonnie D. Schwartz
  Boyd Davis
  Carol A. Klee
  Carolyn Sobel
  Catherine Rudin
  Charles Gribble
  Charles Scott
  Chauncey C. Chu
  Christopher Johnson
  Claus D. Pusch
  Cornelia Tschichold
  Cory R C Sheedy
  Diane Brentari
  Diane Massam, Yves Roberge
  Donna L. Lillian
  Doug Whalen
  Douglas Dee
  Ed McDonald
  Elizabeth Cowper
  Elizabeth T. Blount
  Eugenia Casielles
  F. Dubert
  Gail Stygall
  geoffrey nunberg
  George Aubin
  Gerald McMenamin
  Giancarlo Buoiano
  Henrik Jørgensen
  Humphrey P. van Polanen Petel
  Igor Z. Zagar
  James L. Fidelholtz, Rosa Graciela Montes
  Jeff Kaplan
  Jeff Siegel
  Joana Rosselló
  Josep M. Fontana and Louise McNally
  Joseph F. Eska
  Judy Fuller
  Kate Kearns
  Kathleen M. Ward
  Katy Carlson
  Kurt Gjevnoe
  Languages, Literatures, Linguistics at Syracuse University
  Larry LaFond
  Laura Callahan
  Laura J. Downing
  Laurie Zaring
  Maite Taboada
  Mariko Kondo
  Martha Ratliff
  Mary Bucholtz
  Matt Goldrick
  Meredith Doran
  Meyer, Wolfgang J.
  Mike Cahill
  Neil Olsen
  Northeastern University Linguistics Program
  Pius ten Hacken
  Raffaella Folli
  Ray Hudson
  Richard Hudson
  Robert Englebretson
  Ross Clark
  Sanford Steever
  Scott McGinnis
  Seizi Iwata
  Sharon L. Shelly
  Sharon M. Klein
  Stan Dubinsky
  Stefan Th. Gries
  Stefano Bertolo
  Susan Burt
  Susan Fischer
  Suzanne Pauline Aalberse
  Tadashi Nomoto
  Thor Sigurd Nilsen
  Tim Stowell
  Tom Wasow
  Tomoko Yasutake
  Trudi A. Patterson
  Trudy Smoke
  Veronika Koller
  Virginia LoCastro
  Wannie Carstens (on behalf of School of Languages, Potchefstroom
                   University, South Africa)
  Yi-ching Su
  Zenzi M Griffin
  Zouhair Maalej
  - Plus 8 anonymous donors

DONORS (Up to $50)

  Adrienne Bruyn
  Aimee Johansen Alnet
  Alexander Brock
  Alexis Dimitriadis
  Alice S. Horning
  Amanda LaFleur
  Amanda Seidl
  Andrea G. Osburne
  Anna-Maria De Cesare
  Anne Reboul
  Baden Hughes
  Barbara Need
  Benedetta Bassetti
  Bill Rockenbach
  Brook Danielle Lillehaugen
  Caren Brinckmann
  Carlos Benavides
  Carol Myers Scotton
  Caroline Heycock
  Catherine Kawahata
  Claudia Bubel
  Cynthia Edmiston
  Dafna Graf
  Dan Everett
  Dave Schneider
  David Gaatone
  Deborah Chen Pichler
  Dee Allen-Kirkhouse
  Dirk Noél
  Domahs, Frank
  Don Rubin
  Douglas Lightfoot
  Dr. Melanie Malzahn
  e. van der linden
  Elena Bashir
  Eva Lavric
  Eva Monros
  Gary Holton
  George A. Senf
  Hortensia Cuerll
  Hugo Quene
  Irene Barberia
  Irene Checa-García
  Istvan Kecskes
  Ivano Caponigro
  Jacques Lamarche
  James Lavine
  James M. McCarthy
  Jason Conklin
  Jean Waldman
  Jean-Marc Dewaele
  Jeff Good
  Jila Ghomeshi
  Joan C. Beal
  Job M. van Zuijlen
  Johanna Laakso
  John Halligan
  John Justeson
  John R. te Velde
  Jorge Porras
  Jose Camacho
  Jose-Luis Mendivil
  Joyce McDonough
  Katharine Beals
  Keira Gebbie Ballantyne
  Kent Johnson
  Kristen N. Asplin
  Lan-Hsin Chang
  LECARME Jacqueline
  Line Mikkelsen
  Lisa Davidson
  Lista 'Etnolinguistica'
  Louisa Chiang
  Luis Gonzalez
  Mary Grantham O'Brian
  María, Paula, Santalla, del Río
  Matthew H. Ciscel
  Max W. Wheeler
  Mayrene Bentley
  Meltem Kelepir
  Mengistu Amberber
  Michael Horlick
  Michael L. Mazzola
  Michael Newman
  Michael Parrish Key
  Mikael Parkvall
  Mira Kawaletz
  Morris Salkoff
  Nancy Hall
  Nancy J. Stenson
  Ora Matushansky
  Paul Fallon, Christina Kakava
  Rachael Allbritten
  Rene J. Valdes
  Robert L., Clara B. Trammell
  Robin Shoaps
  Ron Artstein
  Sara Meilijson
  Sarah Cummins
  Sarah Harmon
  Sebastian Ross Hagebaum
  Simone Mueller
  SNEDDON, James
  Stefan Rijnhart
  Steven Donahue Miami-Dade Community COllege
  Susan Fiksdal
  Susanne Bartke
  Suying Hsiao
  Suzette Haden Elgin
  Tania Ionin
  Test Test
  Tomislav Stojanov, Zagreb, Croatia
  Ute Smit
  Viktor Tron
  Vincent De Rooij
  Will Fitzgerald
  WIM VANDENBUSSCHE, VRIJE UNIVERSITEIT BRUSSEL
  Xose L. Regueira
  Z. Bond
  Zaida A. Cintron
  - Plus 21 anonymous donors

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MAJOR SUPPORTING PUBLISHERS

  Blackwell Publishing
     http://www.blackwellpublishing.com
  Cambridge University Press
     http://www.cup.org
  Continuum International Publishing Group Ltd
     http://www.continuumbooks.com
  John Benjamins
     http://www.benjamins.com/
     http://www.benjamins.nl
  Kluwer Academic Publishers
     http://www.wkap.nl/
     http://www.kluweronline.com
  Lincom GmbH
     http://home.t-online.de/home/LINCOM.EUROPA/
  MIT Press
     http://mitpress.mit.edu/
  Mouton de Gruyter
     http://www.degruyter.de/hling.html
  Oxford University Press
     http://www.oup-usa.org/
  Rodopi
     http://www.rodopi.nl/
  Routledge (Taylor and Francis)
     http://www.routledge.com/


OTHER SUPPORTING PUBLISHERS

  CSLI Publications
     http://csli-publications.stanford.edu/
  Cascadilla Press
     http://www.cascadilla.com/
  Evolution Publishing
     http://www.evolpub.com
  Graduate Linguistic Students' Assoc., Umass
     http://server102.hypermart.net/glsa/index.htm
  International Pragmatics Assoc.
     http://ipra-www.uia.ac.be/ipra/
  Linguistic Assoc. of Finland
     http://www.ling.helsinki.fi/sky/
  MIT Working Papers in Linguistics
     http://web.mit.edu/mitwpl/
  Multilingual Matters
     http://www.multilingual-matters.com/
  Palgrave Macmillan
     http://www.palgrave.com
  SIL International
     http://www.ethnologue.com/bookstore.asp
  St. Jerome Publishing Ltd.
     http://www.stjerome.co.uk/
  Utrecht Institute of Linguistics
     http://www-uilots.let.uu.nl/

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INSTITUTIONS

Bowne Global Solutions
Brigham Young University
Butler Hill Group
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City University of Hong Kong
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Disetronic Medical Systems AG
Idilia Inc.
Indiana University
McGill University
National Tsing Hua University
Rhetorical Systems
Rutgers University
Scansoft Belgium
School of Oriental and African Studies
Seoul National University
StreamSage
The University of Texas at Arlington
University of Alberta
University of Amsterdam
University of Antwerp
University of California, Santa Cruz
University of Essex
University of Helsinki
University of Kansas
University of Macau
University of Muenster, Germany
University of Ottawa
University of Rostock
University of South Florida
University of Tilburg
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Uppsala University
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