Donors around the World
LINGUIST List has subscribers in 108 different countries. Here we show that LINGUIST T-shirts are equally international - LINGUIST List donors can be found in all corners of the world.
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Dan Slobin reading in a guest room of the Max Planck Institute for Psycholinguistics in Nijmegen, The Netherlands.
Barbara Partee at the conference "Dialogue 2009" (Theoretical and Computational Linguistics) at the Bekasovo Spa, Naro-Fominsk, outside Moscow in May 2009, with the chair of the organizing committee, Vladimir Selegey, head of the linguistics group at ABBYY software, at the closing day shashlik-picnic. ABBYY is one of the sponsors of the annual Dialogue conference, and is also a Linguist List supporter! (photo by Vladimir Borschev)
Arienne Dwyer (holding a LINGUIST tote bag) in Jalalabad, Kyrgyzstan in May 2008 while assisting a Kyrgyz colleague with her fieldwork on language attitudes.
Jeff Allen and son Raphaël working at home in France on Haitian Creole analysis for language technology development as part of Haiti Disaster relief project (Feb 2010)
Steve Moran, former crew member, in Egypt.
Martin Warin , former crew member, featuring the LL shirt in Europe.
September of 2006, Mai Kuha helping present an informational, interactive display about local linguistic diversity issues at Unity in DiverCity 2006: The Many Faces of Culture, a community action project based in Muncie, Indiana.
Oliver Stegen: In my role as linguistic consultant for minority language projects in Northern Tanzania, I have been invited to Musoma to help research the Zanaki language (among others) which was the mother tongue of Tanzania’s first president, the late Mwalimu Julius Nyerere. On February 2, 2008, I was able to visit his birthplace in the village of Butiama where there is a museum dedicated to his memory. So that’s where the two pictures (above and below) were taken.
Former crew member Jeremy Taylor's dog (John Kerry) supporting The LINGUIST List in Ypsilanti, MI.
Okki Kurniawan in Bogor Botanical Garden, West Java, Indonesia.
Maggie Winters in Egypt.
Keith Slater and family on vacation in Krabi, Thailand, July of 2007.
Jo-Anne Ferreira, of The University of the West Indies, St Augustine near the village Langa Tabiki in Suriname, on the Maroni River, between Suriname and French Guiana on 3 August 2008. This was after Cayenne 2008, a joint conference of the Society for Caribbean Linguistics (SCL) and the Society for Pidgin and Creole Linguistics (SPCL).
Hunter Lockwood during a vacation trip to Florida.
E. Wayles Browne reading his Bosnian > English translations from the works of the Bosnian poet Sasha Skenderija. Skenderija and Browne held a reading at The Bookery II, Ithaca, NY, on Feb. 14, 2009. (Photo taken by Theresa Alt, Ithaca, NY)
Adam C. Schembri in Hong Kong
Ian Wilson's children standing in front of Tsuruga Castle, a historic landmark in their hometown of Aizuwakamatsu, Japan.
Maggie Stack's daughter, brushing up on her Optimality Theory while she's still in her critical period.
Crew member Maria Moreno-Rollins' daughter, Kayla, supporting The LINGUIST List on one of her visits to the office in Ypsilanti, MI.
John Beaven, with his children Alex and Emma, on top of Peña Oroel, near Jaca, Spain. August 2006.
Jeremy Taylor snowboarding in style at Mammoth mountain, California.
Geoffrey Nathan in Egypt.
Evelyn Richter, LINGUIST List editor, and her father, Wolfgang Richter, in their home near Annaberg-Buchholz, Germany, in summer 2009
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