LINGUIST List 11.808

Sat Apr 8 2000

FYI: Gesture and Lang, Summer School/General Ling

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  1. Robin Allott, Gesture and Language - New Source
  2. LOT, General Ling - LOT Summerschool in Tilburg, The Netherlands

Message 1: Gesture and Language - New Source

Date: Thu, 6 Apr 2000 11:38:47 +0100
From: Robin Allott <RMAllottpercepp.demon.co.uk>
Subject: Gesture and Language - New Source

In connection with the relevance of work on babysigning for theoretical
discussion at the conference of the relation of gesture and language, I
should add to my previous posting recommendation of the work in this
field of Linda Acredolo and Susan Goodwyn (acknowledged by Joseph Garcia
in his book). Their book will be published later this year:

Acredolo, Linda and Susan Goodwyn. [Forthcoming] How to Talk to Your
Baby before Your Baby Can Talk. [ http://www.babysigns.com ] 

Robin Allott email: RMAllottpercepp.demon.co.uk
 http://www.percepp.demon.co.uk
 tel/fax: +44 1323 492300
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Message 2: General Ling - LOT Summerschool in Tilburg, The Netherlands

Date: Fri, 07 Apr 2000 15:35:41 +0200
From: LOT <lotlet.uu.nl>
Subject: General Ling - LOT Summerschool in Tilburg, The Netherlands

Dear all,

The course descriptions, schedule and enrolment form 
for the Netherlands Graduate School of Linguistics (LOT) 
Summerschool 2000 (Tilburg, The Netherlands, June 19-30) 
are now available from our website! A lodging form and
general information about the Tilburg venue will be 
available very soon.

You are most welcome at: 

http://wwwlot.let.uu.nl/zs2000.html	

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Landelijke Onderzoekschool Taalwetenschap 
Netherlands Graduate School of Linguistics 

 Trans 10 
 NL - 3512 JK Utrecht
 Phone: +31 30 2536006
 Fax: +31 30 2536000
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