Author Archives: Anna Belew

Announcing the LINGUIST List Summer School Registry

For years, LINGUIST List has been keeping its readers informed about conferences, publications, jobs, and more in the world of linguistics.  We’re excited to announce that we’ve added another topic to that list: linguistic summer schools and training courses. Over … Continue reading

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Online conference registration service from LINGUIST List

Here at the LINGUIST List, we’re dedicated to providing useful services for the linguistics community. You may already be familiar with EasyAbstracts, a free service offered by LINGUIST to help conference organizers to accept and review abstracts online—but now we’d like … Continue reading

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Endangered Languages Project Administration Transitions to LINGUIST List

LINGUIST List is excited to announce that beginning September 21, the Endangered Languages Project website will be operated by LINGUIST List/ILIT.  We’re looking forward to working closely with the First Peoples’ Cultural Council, who have taken on leadership of the … Continue reading

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Introducing the 2012 LINGUIST List Summer Interns

This summer, we’re lucky enough to have nine terrific interns joining us here at LINGUIST List Headquarters.  This happens to be the largest group of interns that LINGUIST List has ever hosted (compared to 3-4 in past years), and we couldn’t be more pleased … Continue reading

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A Compendium of ELCat Press Coverage

The Endangered Languages Project, home of LINGUIST List and University of Hawai’i’s Catalogue of Endangered Languages (ELCat) project, has been getting far more press than we here at LINGUIST are accustomed to.  We’re very excited at the prospect of so much … Continue reading

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Announcing the Launch of the Endangered Languages Project!

The Catalogue of Endangered Languages (ELCat), a joint project by the LINGUIST List and the University of Hawai’i Manoa, launched as part of the Endangered Languages Project, developed by Google. (www.endangeredlanguages.com) The ELCat project aims to compile the most reliable, up-to-date source of information about the world’s … Continue reading

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Congratulations to the 2012 Golden Pig and School Spirit Award Winners!

Remember the LingQuest Graduate Tournament, wherein schools around the world contended for the honor of Top Donor of Fund Drive 2012?  You may recall that the University of Washington took top honors, with an astonishing $4205 in donations; the University … Continue reading

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LINGUIST List Summer Internships Begin!

The LINGUIST List has offered summer internships to linguistics students since 2007, when our now-Associate Project Manager Matt Lahrman was the first-ever LINGUIST intern (how far and how quickly he rose!).  Ever since, LINGUIST List has chosen a few  promising … Continue reading

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Announcing the LINGUIST List Amazon store!

http://linguistlist.org/store The LINGUIST List Amazon store has made its debut!  Users can browse linguistics books by category, as well as essential electronics like audio recorders and hard drives.  Best of all, every purchase you make through the LINGUIST List Amazon store … Continue reading

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Upcoming Events: LL-MAP Workshop, Presentation by Dr. Maƚgosia Ćavar

This Friday, LINGUIST List is hosting two special events: Friday, 4/13, 11 am – 1 pm: The LL-MAP Scholar’s Workbench Workshop will introduce attendees to using the LL-MAP interface and Scholar’s Workbench tool, including tutorials on how to map your own … Continue reading

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