LINGUIST List 10.1169

Thu Aug 5 1999

Qs: "Herstory" Origin, Italian Spoken Data Corpora

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  1. Rebecca Larche Moreton, Origin of the neologism "herstory"='history of women'
  2. mark.sharp, Italian Spoken Data Corpora

Message 1: Origin of the neologism "herstory"='history of women'

Date: Thu, 5 Aug 1999 11:16:09 -0500
From: Rebecca Larche Moreton <mlrlmsunset.backbone.olemiss.edu>
Subject: Origin of the neologism "herstory"='history of women'

Dear Listers:

Does anyone know who first used in print the neologism "herstory" for the
history of women? When and where was this? In what field was it first
used? Did it originate in spoken form first and circulate there before
being used in writing? Any information or leads will be appreciated.

Rebecca Larche Moreton
301 South Ninth Street
Oxford, MS 38655
USA
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Message 2: Italian Spoken Data Corpora

Date: Thu, 5 Aug 1999 20:14:08 +0100
From: mark.sharp <mark.sharptinyonline.co.uk>
Subject: Italian Spoken Data Corpora

Dear Linguists,
I'm about to start research for my undergraduate dissertation, and would
like to know if there are any corpora based on Spoken data in Italian.
I would be grateful for any suggestions as I'm not having much luck finding
any.
Mark Sharp
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