9.1129, FYI: Journal, PhD Scholarships, Chomsky Celebration

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Subject: 9.1129, FYI: Journal, PhD Scholarships, Chomsky Celebration

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Date:  Tue, 04 Aug 1998 00:52:11 +0500
From:  Ennaji <estry at fesnet.net.ma>
Subject:  New Linguistics Journal

Date:  Sat, 08 Aug 1998 19:35:00 +1000
From:  Deborah Cao <D.Cao at gu.edu.au>
Subject:  PhD Scholarships in Chinese/English Translation Theory &   Practice

Date:  Wed, 29 Jul 1998 15:05:54 -0400 (EDT)
From:  Nancy De Pas <ndepas at email.gc.cuny.edu>
Subject:  Please Post--Chomsky celebration

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Date:  Sat, 08 Aug 1998 19:35:00 +1000
From:  Deborah Cao <D.Cao at gu.edu.au>
Subject:  PhD Scholarships in Chinese/English Translation Theory &   Practice

New PhD Scholarships in Chinese/English Translation Theory & Practice

The School of Languages & Linguistics, Faculty of Arts, Griffith
University (Brisbane, Australia) for the first time calls for
scholarship applications for MPhil & PhD studies in its new
Translation Studies programs. We are particularly intereted in
research projects in Chinese/English interpreting/translation theories
and practice. Griffith University and other scholarships are available
for these programmes. The School may offer teaching opportunities
depending on the School's teaching needs and the expertise of
candidates and may also offer other financial assistance for research
purposes. Scholarship application deadline: October 31, 1998.

For further information and application forms, please contact:
Associate Professor James Sneddon Head of the School of Languages &
Linguistics Griffith University Nathan, Brisbane, Australia 4111 Tel:
+ 61 7 3875 6754 Fax: + 61 7 3875 6766 E-mail:
a.roberts at mailbox.gu.edu.au

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Date:  Wed, 29 Jul 1998 15:05:54 -0400 (EDT)
From:  Nancy De Pas <ndepas at email.gc.cuny.edu>
Subject:  Please Post--Chomsky celebration


You are invited to celebrate Noam Chomsky's 70th birthday (December
7,1998) by contributing to a collection of essays by everyone whose
work over the years has been stimulated or inspired by Chomsky's


Noam is known to dislike ceremony, so this plan includes no parties,
no speeches, nothing but an elegantly printed list of all the
contributors. It will be on his desk, in a very quiet envelope, on the
morning of his birthday. We hope there will be so many contributions
that it will be clear to Noam that no one expects him to read them all
and respond to them. Please spread the word to all of your friends,
colleagues and students who may wish to participate.

To add your own contribution, simply go to the URL
http://mitpress.mit.edu/celebration and click on the contributor's
link and follow the instructions. For some guidelines as to how you
should frame your contributions, select the guidelines link.

We believe this way of expressing our respect and affection will be
the least intrusive. We specifically ask that you convey the need for
discretion. All you need pass along to others is the URL
http://mitpress.mit.edu/celebration, which will bring people to the
Webpage with full details for this project.

If you have any additional questions, comments, or suggestions for how
to improve on the plan, please contact Janet Fodor
(jfodor at email.gc.cuny.edu), Jay Keyser (keyser at mit.edu) or Amy Brand
(apierce at mit.edu). All communications should use the subject header

Everyone whose work has been influenced by Chomsky's, in any area of
scholarship, is welcome to contribute. Please pass on this message to
your colleagues and students, here and abroad. If everyone tells five
other people, we'll reach the whole world.

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