Monthly Archives: June 2013

Ask-A-Linguist: Sapir-Whorf Hypothesis

Answers for this blog excerpt were researched and provided by the Ask-A-Linguist panelists. For a full response, please see the Ask-A-Linguist FAQ section about the Sapir-Whorf Hypothesis. What is the Sapir-Whorf Hypothesis? The Sapir-Whorf hypothesis is the theory that an … Continue reading

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Summer Schools and Training Courses

Our posting area of Summer Schools and Training Courses was launched in December of 2012. This area contains an online registry where organizations and institutions may announce summer schools and short training courses relevant to linguistics. As of today, we … Continue reading

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The LINGUIST List Welcomes the Summer Interns

This summer, we are happy to welcome 10 interns for this summer! They will be put to work by working on various projects such as ELCat, LL-MAP, and MultiTree.  Congratulations interns on being selected for 2013! If you are interested in becoming … Continue reading

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Job Postings and the DOW Industrial Average

Ever wondered how the job market is faring for linguistic jobs? Here at the office we decided to answer that question for you by comparing the amount of annual job postings against the December 31st numbers for the DOW Jones Industrial … Continue reading

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