LINGUIST List Daily Summary for Thu Jul 22 2004

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  15.2116, Qs: Gender and Prescriptive Speech

    1) From:     Yishai Tobin <yishai at>
       Subject:  Gender and Normativity in Spoken Language

  15.2117, Calls: Computational Ling; Phonology/Cognitive Science

    1) From:     Vasile Rus <vasile at>
       Subject:  FLAIRS 2005 - Special track on Natural Language based Knowledge Representations
    2) From:     geoffnathan at
       Subject:  Phonology in the Cognitive Grammar Worldview

  15.2118, Books: Sociolinguistics: Leitner

    1) From:     julia.ulrich at
       Subject:  Australia's Many Voices: Leitner

  15.2119, Books: Syntax: Morley

    1) From:     jjoyce at
       Subject:  Explorations in Functional Syntax: Morley

  15.2120, Calls: Computational Ling/Australia; Lang Acquisition

    1) From:     swan at
       Subject:  2004 Australasian Language Technology Workshop
    2) From:     kamil at
       Subject:  Generative Approaches to Language Acquisition--North America

  15.2121, Confs: Phonology/Potsdam, Germany

    1) From:     vijver at
       Subject:  Variation and Change in Phonology and Phonetics

  15.2122, Confs: General Ling/Debrecen, Hungary

    1) From:     rakosigy at
       Subject:  8th Symposium on Logic and Language

  15.2123, Confs: Computational Ling/Geneva, Switzerland

    1) From:     sakas at
       Subject:  Psycho-computational Models of Human Language Acquisition

  15.2124, Calls: Translation/London, Ontario, Canada

    1) From:     marco.fiola at
       Subject:  Canadian Association of Translation Studies Annual Conference

  15.2125, FYI: PhD Position in Applied Ontology, Trento, Italy

    1) From:     Jos Lehmann <joslehmann at>
       Subject:  PhD Position: Laboratory for Applied Ontology in Trento, Italy

  15.2126, FYI: Text, Discourse, and Corpora, Saarbruecken

    1) From:     michaela  mahlberg <m.mahlberg at>
       Subject:  Early Bird Registration: 4-day Corpus Linguistics

  15.2127, Review: Lexicography: Sterkenburg (2003)

    1) From:     Alina Villalva <alina_villalva at>
       Subject:  A Prectical Guide to Lexicography

  15.2128, Review: General Linguistics: Finch (2003)

    1) From:     Lynn Burley <lburley at>
       Subject:  How To Study Linguistics: A Guide to Understanding Language

  15.2129, Review: Applied Linguistics: Goldstein (2003)

    1) From:     Fernanda Ferreira <FFerreira at>
       Subject:  Teaching and Learning in a Multilingual School

  15.2130, Review: Applied Linguistics: Casanave (2002)

    1) From:     Charlotte Brammer <cdbramme at>
       Subject:  Writing Games: Multicultural Case Studies ...

  15.2131, Review: Typology/Syntax: Pica & Rooryck, ed. (2003)

    1) From:     Kleanthes Grohmann <kleanthes at>
       Subject:  Linguistic Variation Yearbook, Volume 2

  15.2132, Review: Semantics/Pragmatics: Cruse (2004)

    1) From:     Sanjukta Ghosh <san_subh at>
       Subject:  Meaning in Language: An Introduction to Semantics and Pragmatics

  15.2133, Review: Typology: Frajzyngier & Shay (2003)

    1) From:     Viatcheslav Iatsko <slavay at>
       Subject:  Explaining Language Structure through Systems interaction

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