14.645, All: Mailing Lists, People, and more...

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LINGUIST List:  Vol-14-645. Thu Mar 6 2003. ISSN: 1068-4875.

Subject: 14.645, All: Mailing Lists, People, and more...

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Date:  6 Mar 2003 02:51:33 -0000
From:  linguist at linguistlist.org
Subject:  The Importance of Mailing List to LINGUIST

Date:  6 Mar 2003 03:10:00 -0000
From:  linguist at linguistlist.org
Subject:  The People and Organizations That Make Up the Linguistics Community

Date:  Wed, 05 Mar 2003 22:01:13 +0000
From:  linguist at linguistlist.org
Subject:  How to Donate to LINGUIST and Contributors So Far

-------------------------------- Message 1 -------------------------------

Date:  6 Mar 2003 02:51:33 -0000
From:  linguist at linguistlist.org
Subject:  The Importance of Mailing List to LINGUIST

Dear Linguists,

Maybe we're biased, but we think mailing lists have a very important
role in our community, and in academia in general.  With mailing
lists, you can keep up to date with news and events, find out about
and join in discussions, ask questions of your peers, and do countless
other things.  There must be many people who agree, because there are
so many linguistics mailing lists out there--some whose scope is
broad, like LINGUIST, and some aimed at specific subdisciplines or
languages. Some have a web site but others do not; some keep archives
but some do not; and they all have different ways to subscribe and
unsubscribe. It's almost impossible to keep track of them all!
Wouldn't it be easier if you could access them all from one place?
Wouldn't it be even better if that place enabled you to search them
all at once?

The LINGUIST Mailing List project does just this.  We archive any
linguistics-related list and make the messages available and
searchable from our site.  Even if a list loses its support elsewhere,
we will continue to maintain its archives.  Best of all is our
Multi-List search engine, which searches all 103 of our currently
archived lists at once, whether or not you are subscribed to them.
The Multi-List search is available at

It is an incredibly efficient research tool; why not check it out?

Because we feel that this is such a valuable resource, we want to
archive as many linguistics lists as we can.  If you run a list and
would like a permanent, searchable archive, please get in touch with
Michael Appleby at michael at linguistlist.org.  You do not need to make
any changes to the way you run your list; all you need to do is
subscribe an address that we will give you.  If you would like to
start a new list, we can even host it for you and provide software
support.  See http://linguistlist.org/service.html for more

We do not charge for any of these services.  However, as you can
imagine, it does cost money to keep them running, and we depend on
your support for that.  If our mailing list service is something you
use, won't you consider making a donation to LINGUIST? It's easy; it's
quick; and we'll be really grateful!

Thank you,

Michael Appleby
Listserv Manager


Please help us reach our target of $50,000. Even a small donation
really does make a difference. So far we have raised $3,855, still
some way to go!

To donate now using our secure web form, visit:


For instructions on how to donate, or how to make a pledge now and pay
later, see Message 3 in this issue or visit:


Thank you for your support.


-------------------------------- Message 2 -------------------------------

Date:  6 Mar 2003 03:10:00 -0000
From:  linguist at linguistlist.org
Subject:  The People and Organizations That Make Up the Linguistics Community

Dear Subscribers,

Are you aware of the web resources that you can browse in our People &
Organizations mini-site?  The site is not just home to the famous
subscriber-supported LINGUIST Cookbook; we also have links for
linguistic societies, project and research sites, and linguistic
funding sources.

You can find our listing of societies related to linguistics at:


There you can browse the listings of more than 140 societies
worldwide; you're sure to find something there that appeals to you.
For example, we have societies with the following specialties:
Lexicography, Cantonese, and the study of endangered languages, just
to name a few.  You can also add a linguistic society at:


While you are browsing our People & Organizations area, perhaps you
might want to look at the Projects & Research sites as well.
(http://linguistlist.org/sp/Projects.html) You can find about 190
projects sites on topics like Computational Linguistics, Discourse
Analysis, and Phonetics.  And finally, don't miss our listing of
funding sources, which can be found at:


We hope you can take advantage of the resources the People &
Organizations mini-site has to offer!  These valuable pages have been
made possible by readers like you, not only for the submission of
links, but also for your monetary support. We thank you for both!


Marie Klopfenstein


For detailed information on making a donation, please read the next
message in this issue, or visit:


Once again, thank you from all the LINGUIST List crew.

-------------------------------- Message 3 -------------------------------

Date:  Wed, 05 Mar 2003 22:01:13 +0000
From:  linguist at linguistlist.org
Subject:  How to Donate to LINGUIST and Contributors So Far

This year we hope to raise $50,000 to support the students who work on
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LINGUIST Contributors

ANGELS ($1000 and over)

  Blackwell Linguist List Plus

MAINSTAYS ($100 to $1000)
  Adam Werle
  Arienne M. Dwyer
  Catherine Walter
  Donna Christian
  elly van gelderen
  Linguistics Department - Cornell University
  Margaret Winters and Geoff Nathan
  Natasha Warner
  Pam and Allen Munro
  Robin Thelwall
  Shanley Allen
  Terry Langendoen
  Tokyo University of Foreign Studies - English Department
  University of Edinburgh- Department of Linguistics
  - Plus one anonymous donor

SUPPORTERS ($50 to $100)

  Catherine Rudin
  Christopher Johnson
  Claus D. Pusch
  Henrik Jørgensen
  James L. Fidelholtz, Rosa Graciela Montes
  Josep M. Fontana and Louise McNally
  Joseph F. Eska
  Kathleen M. Ward
  Laura J. Downing
  Northeastern University Linguistics Program
  Pius ten Hacken
  Richard Hudson
  Sharon M. Klein
  Stan Dubinsky
  Stefan Th. Gries
  Stefano Bertolo
  Suzanne Pauline Aalberse
  Thor Sigurd Nilsen
  Veronika Koller
  Zouhair Maalej
  - Plus one anonymous donor
DONORS (Up to $50)

  Alexander Brock
  Baden Hughes
  Barbara Need
  Bill Rockenbach
  Claudia Bubel
  Dafna Graf
  Dave Schneider
  e. van der linden
  Eva Monros
  Hortensia Cuerll
  Ivano Caponigro
  James Lavine
  James M. McCarthy
  Jila Ghomeshi
  Joan C. Beal
  John Halligan
  John Justeson
  John R. te Velde
  Jose Camacho
  Kent Johnson
  Line Mikkelsen
  Louisa Chiang
  Michael Horlick
  Nancy Hall
  Rene J. Valdes
  Simone Mueller
  Susanne Bartke
  Suzette Haden Elgin
  Ute Smit
  Will Fitzgerald
  - Plus 8 anonymous donors



  Cambridge University Press
  Continuum International Publishing Group Ltd
  John Benjamins
  Kluwer Academic Publishers
  MIT Press
  Oxford University Press
  Routledge (Taylor and Francis)


  CSLI Publications
  Cascadilla Press
  Evolution Publishing
  Graduate Linguistic Students' Assoc., Umass
  International Pragmatics Assoc.
  Linguistic Assoc. of Finland
  MIT Working Papers in Linguistics
  Multilingual Matters
  SIL International
  St. Jerome Publishing Ltd.
  Utrecht Institute of Linguistics



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Rhetorical Systems
Rutgers University
School of Oriental and African Studies
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University of Antwerp
University of Helsinki
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