Monthly Archives: February 2012

2012′s First LINGUIST of the Day: François Grosjean!

Each year during Fund Drive, LINGUIST List has the honor of bringing you the autobiographical accounts of how some of the field’s top scholars came to be linguists.  Every week, we’ll bring you a new tale of a linguist’s sagacity, … Continue reading

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You need LINGUIST; LINGUIST needs you!

Dear LINGUIST List Subscribers, I’m Anna Belew, and I’m still waiting to wake up from this beautiful dream where I’m employed by LINGUIST List. When I moved to Michigan in 2010, I anticipated doing one of the following things with … Continue reading

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A Chance to Get Involved

Limbo. The space between graduating undergrad and being accepted into a graduate school. During the time up until my acceptance, I didn’t know what part of the country I would be in. Whether I would be on the west coast, … Continue reading

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Fund Drive 2012: LINGQUEST Begins!

Dear friends, subscribers, and supporters, The LINGUIST homepage has been overtaken by a mystical tome emblazoned with mysterious golden lettering: LINGQUEST.  Welcome to Fund Drive 2012, a thrilling journey through the Lands of Linguistics.  Each week, the valiant heroes of the … Continue reading

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LL-MAP: Making scholarly maps for a digital medium

In the course of working on LL-MAP, I have learned that there are several differences between a traditional paper map as shown in a scholarly resource and a digital map that’s meant to be viewed on the LL-MAP interface; these … Continue reading

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LL-MAP/ICE article in Witness the Arctic newsletter now available

Witness the Arctic, the newsletter from the Arctic Research Consortium of the US (ARCUS), features a story in the winter 2011 edition on LL-MAP’s ICE (Integrating Cartographic Elements) project, which focuses on creating digital maps of polar regions. Read the … Continue reading

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LINGUIST around the world

Here at LINGUIST, we are proud of our worldwide readership (we currently have subscribers from 99 countries and visits to our website from over 180 countries), and we like to display pictures of our friends and supporters wearing their LINGUIST … Continue reading

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Interning at Linguist List: An intern’s perspective

Thinking about applying for the LINGUIST internship? When I was approaching my final year of undergraduate studies, I started thinking about my future in linguistics and the path I wanted to take. Years earlier, as a high school student, I … Continue reading

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