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Message 1: Indo-European Studies Bulletin Vol 8:2, 1999

Date: Tue, 19 Oct 1999 10:29:04 +0000
From: dwanders <dwanderspacbell.net>
Subject: Indo-European Studies Bulletin Vol 8:2, 1999

A new issue of the Indo-European Studies Bulletin has just
appeared. The IES Bulletin is affiliated with the Indo-European
Studies Program at UCLA.

Volume 8, Number 2 August/September 1999 

Contents 

Articles: 
"A Review of Recent Baltological Research" by Rick Derksen 

"The Cimmerians - Their Origin and Expansion" by Andrzej Pydyn 

"TheUse of Computers in Historical and Comparative Linguistics" 
 by Javier Mart�nez and James Bisso

Reviews: 
The Mummies of �r�mchi by Elizabeth W. Barber (K. Jones-Bley) 

Noah'sFlood: The new scientific discoveries about the event that 
 changed history by William Ryan and Walter Pitman (J. P. 
 Mallory)

IndianEpigraphy, A Guide to the Study of Inscriptions in Sanskrit, 
 Prakrit, and the Other Indo-Aryan Languages by Richard 
 Salomon (H. Scharfe)

Conference Reports: 
Contacts between Indo-European and Uralic Speakers, Tv�rminne 
	Research Station, Finland, January 8-10, 1999 (J. P. Mallory)

SegundasJornadas de Micenolog�a de la Universidad de Alicante, 
 Orihuela-Alicante, Spain, February 17-19, 1999 (E. Lujan)

Notes and Brief Communications 
Electronic Resources for IE 
Upcoming Conferences 
New Books 
New Journals 
IE Dissertations 
Books for Review 

The IES Bulletin, affiliated with the Indo-European Studies Program at
UCLA, is published twice yearly by the Friends and Alumni of
Indo-European Studies. The Friends and Alumni of Indo-European Studies
is a support group for the Indo-European Studies Program at UCLA.
Contributions go toward the publication and mailing of the Bulletin,
prizes at the annual IE conference for Best Paper by a New Scholar, as
well as for bringing speakers to UCLA during the academic year and at
the annual conference.

The membership runs from 15 May-15 May. Contribution levels are $10
(student), $20 (regular member in US and Canada), $25 (regular member
outside US and Canada). Checks, made payable in US dollars to
"FAIES/UCLA Foundation" should be sent to: FAIES, 2143 Kelton Avenue,
Los Angeles, CA 90025. Credit cards are also accepted. For further
information on how to pay by credit card or for any other questions,
please contact D. Anderson at dwanderssocrates.berkeley.edu or FAIES,
2143 Kelton Ave., Los Angeles, CA 90025. Note: We are unable to accept
Eurochecks at this time.
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