LINGUIST List Daily Summary for Fri Oct 16 2009

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20.3477, FYI: Funding Opportunity: MURI Call for White Papers, Due Dec 11

  1) From:      Dr. Joseph Myers < josephd.myers at >
     Subject:   Funding Opportunity: MURI Call for White Papers, Due Dec 11

20.3478, Jobs: Applied Ling; General Ling: Instructor, Chinese U of Hong Kong

  1) From:      Wendell Chau < wendell at >
     Subject:   Applied Linguistics; General Linguistics; French: Instructor, The Chinese University of Hong Kong, Shatin, N.T., Hong Kong

20.3479, TOC: Linguistica Occitana 7 (2009)

  1) From:      Daniela Mueller < daniela-mueller at >
     Subject:   Linguistica Occitana No 7 (2009)

20.3480, Books: Pragmatics: Capone (Ed)

  1) From:      Ulrich Lueders < lincom.europa at >
     Subject:   Perspectives on Language Use and Pragmatics: Capone (Ed)

20.3481, Books: Text&Corpus Ling/Disc Analysis/Pragmatics: Mellet, Longrée (Eds)

  1) From:      Paul Peranteau < paul at >
     Subject:   New Approaches in Text Linguistics: Mellet, Longrée (Eds)

20.3482, Jobs: General Ling; Applied Ling: Asst Prof, Indiana Purdue Fort Wayne

  1) From:      Rachel Cochran < cochranr at >
     Subject:   General Linguistics; Applied Linguistics: Assistant Professor, Indiana University Purdue University, Fort Wayne, IN, USA

20.3483, All: This week's LINGUIST Notice Board

20.3484, FYI: Valedictory Lecture by Hermann Niebaum

  1) From:      Charlotte Gooskens < c.s.gooskens at >
     Subject:   Valedictory Lecture by Hermann Niebaum

20.3485, Books: Pragmatics/Discourse Analysis: D'hondt, Östman, Verschueren (Eds)

  1) From:      Paul Peranteau < paul at >
     Subject:   The Pragmatics of Interaction: D'hondt, Östman, Verschueren (Eds)

20.3486, Calls: General Ling, French Lang/USA

  1) From:      Sylvie Bruxelles < sylvie.bruxelles at >
     Subject:   2nd World Congress of French Linguistics

20.3487, Calls: General Ling/Poland

  1) From:      Patrycja Jablonska < patrjabl at >
     Subject:   Generative Linguistics in the Old World

20.3488, Calls: Lang Acquisition, Phonetics, Phonology/Poland

  1) From:      Patrycja Jablonska < patrjabl at >
     Subject:   GLOW Workshop on Phonology and Phonetics

20.3489, Calls: Ling Theories, Syntax, Phonology, Semantics/Poland

  1) From:      Patrycja Jablonska < patrjabl at >
     Subject:   GLOW Workshop on Information Structure

20.3490, Calls: Lang Acquisition/Spain

  1) From:      Aurora Bel < aurora.bel at >
     Subject:   6th International Conference on Language Acquisition

20.3491, Calls: Lang Acquisition, Computational Ling, Psycholing/Lithuania

  1) From:      Basilio Calderone < basilio.calderone at >
     Subject:   Word Representational Dimensions

20.3492, Confs: Text/Corpus Linguistics, Sociolinguistics/Italy

  1) From:      Marina Bondi < marina.bondi at >
     Subject:   Corpus Linguistics and Language Variation

20.3493, Diss: Cognitive Science/Syntax: Harrison: 'Grammar, Gesture, and...'

  1) From:      Simon Harrison < smharrison at >
     Subject:   Grammar, Gesture, and Cognition: The case of negation in English

20.3494, Diss: Comp Ling: Drellishak: 'Widespread but Not Universal:...'

  1) From:      Scott Drellishak < sfd at >
     Subject:   Widespread but Not Universal: Improving the typological coverage of the grammar matrix

20.3495, Books: Translation/Ling&Literature: Braga Riera

  1) From:      Paul Peranteau < paul at >
     Subject:   Classical Spanish Drama in Restoration English (1660-1700): Braga Riera

20.3496, Books: Syntax/Semantics/Ling Theories: García

  1) From:      Paul Peranteau < paul at >
     Subject:   The Motivated Syntax of Arbitrary Signs: García

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