LINGUIST List 12.1063

Sun Apr 15 2001

FYI: Cross-Lang Name Search, Coyote Papers 10 & SWOT

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


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  1. Bill Kirtz, Cross-Language Name Search Beta Test Program
  2. Coyote Papers Publishers, Coyote Papers 10 & Proceedings of SWOT (1998)

Message 1: Cross-Language Name Search Beta Test Program

Date: Tue, 10 Apr 2001 21:37:05 -0400
From: Bill Kirtz <kirtzBELD.NET>
Subject: Cross-Language Name Search Beta Test Program

This may be of interest to people on the Linguist list. At the end of April
Sybase will begin conducting a beta test of our "Cross-Language Name
Search" product. We are seeking beta testers who are willing to supply
feedback and design critiques.

For details see:

http://www.sybase.com/xlsbeta/

If you are interested in participating in this program, please contact
Bill Kirtz <bill.kirtzsybase.com> or contact him by phone at 781-356-5109.
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Message 2: Coyote Papers 10 & Proceedings of SWOT (1998)

Date: Sat, 14 Apr 2001 10:11:20 -0700
From: Coyote Papers Publishers <coyoteemail.arizona.edu>
Subject: Coyote Papers 10 & Proceedings of SWOT (1998)

The Graduate Student Linguistics Circle at the University of Arizona is
happy to present the publications of:

* Coyote Papers Vol. 10 
* Arizona Phonology Conference Volume 6: PROCEEDINGS OF THE 1998
 SOUTHWESTERN WORKSHOP ON OPTIMALITY THEORY (SWOT).

Coyote Papers Volume 10: WORKING PAPERS IN LINGUISTICS. (2000) Edited by
Sean Hendricks, Sachiko Ohno, Amy Fountain, Deborah Cole, & Mizuki
Miyashita. $10.00

- Allyson Carter. Featural Morphology: Evidence from Muna Irrealis
 Affixation.
- Deborah Cole. Sound Symbolism as a Purposive Function of Culturally
 Situated Speech: A look at the use of ideophones in Tsonga.
- Dirk Elzinga. Fronting and Palatalization in Two Dialects of Shoshoni.
- Michael Hammond. There is no Lexicon!
- Jessica Maye. Trisyllabic Shortening and Two Affix Classes.
- B. A. Meek. Augmentation and Correspondence: A reanalysis of Nancowry
 Reduplication.
- Barbra Meek & Sean Hendricks. Anchoring and Reduplicative
 Identity: Cases from Nancowry and Koasati.
- Mizuki Miyashita. Sequential Grounding and Consonant-Vowel Interaction.


Arizona Phonology Conference Volume 6: PROCEEDINGS OF THE 1998
SOUTHWESTERN WORKSHOP ON OPTIMALITY THEORY (SWOT). Edited by Jessica Maye
& Mizuki Miyashita. $10.00
- Sean Hendricks. Shuswap Diminuitive Reduplication.
- Hidehito Hoshi. On Multiple Sympathy Candidates in Optimality Theory.
- Tivoli Majors. A Perceptually Grounded OT Analysis of Stress-Dependent
 Harmony.
- Mizuki Miyashita. Less Stress, Less Pressure, Less Voice.
- Kazue Takeda. Causative Formation in Kammu: Prespecified Features and
 Single Consonant Reduplication.
- Adam Ussishkin. Roots and Correspondence: Denominal Verbs in Modern
 Hebrew.

Orders for publications from the University of Arizona Linguistics Circle
should be sent to the following address:

Linguistics Circle
Department of Linguistics
Douglass 200E
University of Arizona
Tucson, AZ 85721
U.S.A.
 
Shipping & handling, per individual volume:
U.S. - $2.00; Canada - $5.00; Foreign: Air - $17.00, Surface - $3.00

Arizona residents please add 5% tax. Checks should be made payable to:
University of Arizona

If you have questions about ordering, please visit our web site at
http://wacky.ccit.arizona.edu/~ling/webpages/Coyote.html
or send email to the Coyote Papers publishers at coyoteu.arizona.edu.

Coyote Papers: Working Papers in Linguistics
Graduate Student Linguistics Circle
Department of Linguistics
University of Arizona
Tucson, AZ 85721

coyoteu.arizona.edu
http://wacky.ccit.arizona.edu/~ling/webpages/Coyote.html
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