LINGUIST List 11.2478

Thu Nov 16 2000

FYI: Onomasiology, PhD Courses/Holland, Translation

Editor for this issue: Lydia Grebenyova <lydialinguistlist.org>


Directory

  1. Joachim Grzega, Onomasiology Online 1 (2000)
  2. Frank.Drijkoningen, Ph.D.courses in Holland
  3. Applied Linguistics, Updated Database of 1000 Translation Agencies

Message 1: Onomasiology Online 1 (2000)

Date: Mon, 13 Nov 2000 05:04:46 -0500
From: Joachim Grzega <joachim.grzegaKU-EICHSTAETT.DE>
Subject: Onomasiology Online 1 (2000)

Dear linguists,

We're proud to present the first edition of Onomasiology Online
( http://www.onomasiology.de ). It contains the following articles:

HILKE ELSEN
The Structure of Meaning: Semasiological and Onomasiological Aspects of
Development

JOACHIM GRZEGA
Osservazioni etimologiche sulle espressioni per il lampone nella Romania
Gallica Cisalpina

JOACHIM GRZEGA
Sull'etimologia dell'emiliano _bega_ ed altre denominazioni cisalpine per
l'ape

Also, the bibliography of onomasiological works has been enlarged and a list
of onomasiological sources (linguistic atlasses and dictionaries) has now
been included on our website.

Looking forward to more articles to come in,
Joachim Grzega and Alfred Bammesberger, editors
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Message 2: Ph.D.courses in Holland

Date: Mon, 13 Nov 2000 16:21:08 +0100
From: Frank.Drijkoningen <Frank.Drijkoningenlet.uu.nl>
Subject: Ph.D.courses in Holland


The Netherlands Graduate School of Linguistics (LOT - a cooperation of the
research institutes UiL-OTS, CLS, ACLC and HIL) organizes a postgraduate
Winter School again. 

The winterschool will take place from January 15 - 26, 2001, in Amsterdam. 

The program offers eighteen different Ph.D. courses of different levels
(introductory and advanced), taught by various well-known professors.

The courses are taught in English, and most of them do not presuppose any
prior knowledge of Dutch.

The full program - containing detailed course descriptions - is available
on the web:

http://wwwlot.let.uu.nl/winterschool2001

We welcome Ph.D. students from other institutes.
Enrolment forms are also available on the web, both for registration and
for lodging. Deadlines are soon.
Questions can be addressed to lotlet.uu.nl

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Frank Drijkoningen
Email: Frank.Drijkoningenlet.uu.nl
Utrecht institute of Linguistics OTS,
Institute for Modern Languages,
Kromme Nieuwegracht 29, 3512 HD Utrecht, The Netherlands.
http://www.let.uu.nl/~Frank.Drijkoningen/personal
Tel: ++31 30 253-6214 / 6400 (secretary)
Home: Alfred Nobellaan 32, 3731 DW De Bilt, The Netherlands.
Tel: ++31 30 2203238
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Message 3: Updated Database of 1000 Translation Agencies

Date: Tue, 14 Nov 2000 21:57:00 -0600
From: Applied Linguistics <aplingbigfoot.com>
Subject: Updated Database of 1000 Translation Agencies

Dear fellow linguists!

Our database of 1000 translation agencies around the world has been updated
recently. Take a look at 
	http://members.aol.com/data4translators/147.htm

Happy translation job hunting!

Tom Bankov
Applied Linguistics & Research, Inc.
Database services for translation industry
http://members.aol.com/data4translators
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