LINGUIST List Daily Summary for Wed Mar 02 2005

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LINGUIST List Summary: Issues Posted on Wed Mar 02 2005.

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16.599, Review: Syntax: Lechner (2004)

  1) From:      Lucia Grimaldi < grimaldi at >
     Subject:   Ellipsis in Comparatives

16.600, Review: Syntax/Ling Theories: Kuno & Takami (2004)

  1) From:      Wolfgang Schulze < W.Schulze at LRZ.UNI-MUENCHEN.DE >
     Subject:   Functional Constraints in Grammar

16.601, Review: Bilingual Education: Brisk et al. (2004)

  1) From:      Andrew Wilcox < andy at >
     Subject:   Situational Context of Education


  1) From:      Terence Langendoen < terry at >

16.603, Books: Ling Theories/Phonology: Ritt

  1) From:      Joyce Reid < jreid at >
     Subject:   Selfish Sounds  and Linguistic Evolution: Ritt

16.604, Books: Lang Desc, Tajik/Khamnigan Mongol: Ido/Janhunen

  1) From:      Ulrich Lueders < lincom.europa at >
     Subject:   Tajik: Ido

  2) From:      Ulrich Lueders < lincom.europa at >
     Subject:   Khamnigan Mongol: Janhunen

16.605, Books: Lang Desc/Hist Ling, Kikamba/Akkadian:Kioko/Izreel

  1) From:      Ulrich Lueders < lincom.europa at >
     Subject:   Theoretical Issues in the Grammar of Kikamba: Kioko

  2) From:      Ulrich Lueders < lincom.europa at >
     Subject:   Canaano-Akkadian: Izre'el

16.606, Books: Hist Ling, Eng/Afro-Hispanic: Smitterberg/Lipski

  1) From:      Eric van Broekhuizen < E.van.Broekhuizen at >
     Subject:   The progressive in 19th-century English: Smitterberg

  2) From:      Joyce Reid < jreid at >
     Subject:   A History of Afro-Hispanic Language: Lipski

16.607, Books: Lexicography, Plautdietsch/English: Neufeldt

  1) From:      Ulrich Lueders < lincom.europa at >
     Subject:   Plautdietsch - English. English - Plautdietsch: Neufeldt

16.608, Books: Ling & Lit, Standard Arabic: Abdul-Raof

  1) From:      Ulrich Lueders < lincom.europa at >
     Subject:   Consonance in the Qur'an: Abdul-Raof

16.609, Books: Syntax, Ibibio: Santos Duarte de Oliveira

  1) From:      Ulrich Lueders < lincom.europa at >
     Subject:   Perguntas de Constituinte em Ibibio e a Teoria de Tipo Oracional: Santos Duarte de Oliveira

16.610, Books: Text Linguistics, Slovak: Lifanov

  1) From:      Ulrich Lueders < lincom.europa at >
     Subject:   The Language of Eastern Slovak Publications in the USA: Lifanov

16.611, Calls: General Ling/Israel; Computational Ling/USA

  1) From:      Ariel Cohen < arikc at >
     Subject:   21st Annual Meeting: Israel Association for Theoretical Linguistics

  2) From:      Xiaofei Lu < xflu at >
     Subject:   2nd Midwest Computational Linguistics Colloquium

16.612, Calls: General Ling/UK; Socioling/Germany

  1) From:      Ruth Kempson < kempson at >
     Subject:   Foundations of Natural-Language Grammar

  2) From:      Elisabeth Burr < elisabeth.burr at >
     Subject:   Profession & Kommunikation - 36. Jahrestagung der GAL 2005 (German Association for Applied Linguistics)

16.613, Calls: Lang Acquisition/Japan; Computational Ling/Italy

  1) From:      Miki Shibata < mshibata at >
     Subject:   5th Annual Conference of the Japan Second Language Association

  2) From:      Silvia Rocchi < sirocchi at >
     Subject:   International Conference on Multimodal Interfaces

16.614, Calls: Translation/Italy; Lang Acquisition/Portugal

  1) From:      Nigel Armstrong < n.r.armstrng at >
     Subject:   Translating Voices, Translating Regions. Theory and Practice in the Practice of Translating Regionalised Voices

  2) From:      Joao Costa < jcosta at >
     Subject:   Lisbon Workshop on Production vs Comprehension in the Acquisition of Syntax

16.615, Calls: Discourse Analysis/Finland; Computational Ling/USA

  1) From:      Jan Lindstrom < jklindst at >
     Subject:   International Conference on Conversation Analysis

  2) From:      jill burstein < jburstein at >
     Subject:   2nd Workshop on Building Educational Applications Using Natural Language Processing

16.616, Confs: Psycholing/Tucson, Arizona, USA

  1) From:      Erin O'Bryan < cuny2005 at >
     Subject:   18th Annual CUNY Conference on Human Sentence Processing

16.617, Confs: Computational Ling/Cambridge, UK

  1) From:      Stefan Schulz < stschulz at >
     Subject:   1st Symposium on Semantic Mining in Biomedicine

16.618, Confs: Psycholing/Potsdam, Germany

  1) From:      Peter beim Graben < peter at >
     Subject:   Tandem Workshop on Advanced Methods of Electrophysiological Signal Analysis (Part A) and Symbol Grounding? Dynamical Systems Approaches to Language (Part B)

16.619, Support: Comp Ling: Student, IBM T.J Watson Research Center

  1) From:      Osamuyimen Stewart < ostewart at >
     Subject:   Comp Ling: Open Student, IBM T.J Watson Research Center, USA

16.620, Qs: Behaviour of 'Say'; Field Methods Resources

  1) From:      Joseph T. Farquharson < jtfarquharson at >
     Subject:   Behaviour of 'Say' as That-type Complementiser in Jamaican Creole

  2) From:      Muhammad-Reza Fakhr-Rohani < fxr41 at >
     Subject:   Field Methods Resources for Textbook

16.621, Jobs: Computational Linguistics: Post Doc, Saarland U

  1) From:      Jonas Kuhn < jonask at >
     Subject:   Computational Linguistics: Post Doc, Saarland University, Saarbruecken, Germany

16.622, Qs: Upspeak; Online Questionnaires

  1) From:      Mary O'Brien < mgobrien at >
     Subject:   Upspeak in Languages Other Than English

  2) From:      Michele Bishop < mishbish at >
     Subject:   Online Questionnaires

16.623, Review: Applied Linguistics: Seidlhofer (2003)

  1) From:      David Deterding < dhdeter at >
     Subject:   Controversies in Applied Linguistics

16.624, Diss: Phonetics/Phonology: Przezdziecki: 'Vowel ...'

  1) From:      Marek Przezdziecki < map18 at >
     Subject:   Vowel Harmony and Coarticulation in Three Dialects of Yoruba: Phonetics Determining Phonology

16.625, Jobs: Hebrew Lang & Culture: Lecturer, Portland State U

  1) From:      Nila Friedberg < nilafri at >
     Subject:   Hebrew Language and Culture: Lecturer, Portland State University, OR, USA

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