a request: exciting books?

Dan Tompkins pericles at temple.edu
Mon Jun 17 16:26:19 UTC 2002


Thanks.  As it happens I wrote about something else though I had a good
time looking around at the literature on this topic, so I  have nothing
to report. I continue to believe it is a very implortant matter.

Best,

Dan

Gina King wrote:

>
>
> Dear Mr. Tompkins,
>
> I wanted to follow up with you regarding your message on the language
> policy list serve.  My organization, AMIDEAST, publishes a quarterly
> newsletter for overseas U.S. education advisers.  'The plight and
> promise' of non-native speakers in American universities is a timely
> issue for us, and my editor may be interested in publishing excerpts
> of your essay, if you were interested in such an opportunity.  I will
> be leaving the office shortly, but you may contact her directly if you
> would like to pursue the matter further.
>
> Lia Hutton,
> The Advising Quarterly
> 202-776-9619
> lhutton at amideast.org
> www.advisingquarterly.com
>
> Best regards,
>
> Gina King
>
> Gina King
> Advising and Research Assistant
> AMIDEAST
> 1730 M St. NW Suite 1100
> Washington, DC 20036-4505
> Phone: (202) 776-9618
> Fax: (202) 776-7018
> Email: gking at amideast.org
> www.amideast.org
>
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Dan Tompkins [mailto:pericles at temple.edu]
> Sent: Tuesday, March 19, 2002 12:36 PM
> To: lgpolicy-list at ccat.sas.upenn.edu
> Subject: a request: exciting books?
>
> I've been asked to write an essay about exciting summer reading in
> higher education.  I'd like to do something on the plight and promise
> of non-native speakers in American universities if there is a really
> worthwhile recent book that deals with this. Knowing that this is not
> exactly the subject of this listserv, I am writing anyway, because I'm
> sure some folks on it will have advice. I'd love to hear from you.
>
> Dan Tompkins
> pericles at temple.edu

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