LINGUIST List Daily Summary for Wed Oct 24 2007

Thu Oct 25 03:50:10 UTC 2007

LINGUIST List Summary: Issues Posted on Wed Oct 24 2007.

Moderators: Anthony Aristar, Eastern Michigan U. <aristar at>
            Helen Aristar-Dry, Eastern Michigan U. <hdry at>
Reviews (reviews at 
        Randall Eggert 


The LINGUIST List is funded by Eastern Michigan University, 
and donations from subscribers and publishers.

Use the URL given after a heading to retrieve the issue via the
World Wide Web.

18.3113, Review: Morphology: Rowicka and Carlin (2006)

  1) From:      Randall Eggert < randy at >
     Subject:   Review: Morphology: Rowicka and Carlin (2006)

18.3114, Support: Various: PhD Student, University of Utah

  1) From:      Edward Rubin < erubin at >
     Subject:   Various: PhD Student, University of Utah, Salt Lake City, USA

18.3115, FYI: M.A in Applied Ling & Second Language Studies

  1) From:      Bill VanPatten < aliasbvp at >
     Subject:   M.A in Applied Ling & Second Language Studies

18.3116, Calls: Applied,General Ling,Lang Acquisition,Socioling/USA

  1) From:      Sai Emrys < conlangs at >
     Subject:   3rd Language Creation Conference

18.3117, Qs: Sign Language and Theory of Accessibility

  1) From:      Simone Groeber < s.groeber at >
     Subject:   Sign Language and Theory of Accessibility

18.3118, Jobs: Modified: Arabic & General Ling: Rank Open, Seoul National U

  1) From:      Seungho Nam < nam at >
     Subject:   Modified: Arabic, Standard & General Linguistics: Rank Open, Seoul National University, South Korea

18.3119, Confs: General Linguistics/Germany

  1) From:      Udo Klein < udo.klein at >
     Subject:   Workshop on Differential Case Marking

18.3120, Jobs: Applied Ling & TESOL: Asst/Assoc/Full Prof, CUNY Hunter College

  1) From:      Jessica Quiles < jquiles at >
     Subject:   Applied Linguistics & TESOL: Assistant, Associate or Full Professor, CUNY Hunter College, NY, USA

18.3121, Jobs: Spanish & Applied Ling: Asst Prof, U of Alabama at Birmingham

  1) From:      Sheri Spaine Long, PhD < espanol at >
     Subject:   Spanish & Applied Linguistics: Assistant Professor, University of Alabama at Birmingham, USA

18.3122, Jobs: Spanish & Applied Ling/Second Lang Acq: Asst Prof, Denison U

  1) From:      Eduardo Jaramillo < jaramillo at >
     Subject:   Spanish & Applied Linguistics or Second Language Acquisition & Pedagogy: Assistant Professor, Denison University, Granville, OH, USA

More information about the Linglite mailing list