LINGUIST List 12.3039

Tue Dec 4 2001

FYI: Ling Website,Split-Linguist Program,Diachronica

Editor for this issue: Marie Klopfenstein <marielinguistlist.org>


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  1. Jouni Maho, NET: The Linguistics Association for SADC Universities (LASU)
  2. Ken Shan, split-linguist - Unpack digest messages from the LINGUIST mailing list
  3. Joseph Salmons, Editorial changes at Diachronica

Message 1: NET: The Linguistics Association for SADC Universities (LASU)

Date: Mon, 3 Dec 2001 13:14:40 +0100
From: Jouni Maho <jouni.mahoafrican.gu.se>
Subject: NET: The Linguistics Association for SADC Universities (LASU)

The Linguistics Association for SADC (South African Development Community) 
Universities (LASU) has just inaugurated its own webpage at:

 http://www.african.gu.se/lasu/

LASU's main aim is to foster cooperation with existing SADC structure 
by contributing to social development in the region through research 
in linguistics and language education, and to promote collaboration 
and coordination of research resources through the sharing of 
research materials between teachers and researchers.

LASU was established in November 1984 by the representatives from 
SADC universities. The current member states of SADC include Angola, 
Botswana, Congo-Kinshasa, Lesotho, Malawi, Mauritius, Mozambique, 
Namibia, Seychelles, South Africa, Swaziland, Tanzania, Zambia and 
Zimbabwe.

To contact LASU, email:

 Dr. Joyce T. Mathangwane
 The LASU Secretariat
 Department of English <br>
 Faculty of Humanities <br>
 University of Botswana <br>
 Private Bag UB 00703 <br>
 Gaborone <br>
 Botswana

 EMAIL: mathanjtmopipi.ub.bw
 FAX: +267 585098

or:

 Prof. David P. B. Massamba
 University of Dar es Salaam
 PO Box 35037
 Dar es Salaam
 Tanzania

 EMAIL: massambadavidhotmail.com
 FAX: +255 022 2410078
 FAX: +255 022 2410023

On behalf of LASU

Jouni Maho
Dept of Oriental and African Languages
Goteborg University
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Message 2: split-linguist - Unpack digest messages from the LINGUIST mailing list

Date: Mon, 3 Dec 2001 20:05:49 -0500
From: Ken Shan <kendigitas.harvard.edu>
Subject: split-linguist - Unpack digest messages from the LINGUIST mailing list

Hello,

I'd like to share with other LINGUIST readers a small utility program
I wrote. It takes a LINGUIST digest and splits it into multiple email
messages. I have found it useful as an incoming mail filter on my
Unix account. (The output of the program works particularly well with
threading features of mail readers such as Mutt.)

The program, "split-linguist", is self-documented and available at
http://www.digitas.harvard.edu/~ken/linguist/split-linguist

Any comments or suggestions would be appreciated!
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Message 3: Editorial changes at Diachronica

Date: Tue, 4 Dec 2001 07:59:36 -0600
From: Joseph Salmons <jsalmonsfacstaff.wisc.edu>
Subject: Editorial changes at Diachronica

On January 1, 2002, Brian Joseph will step down as Executive Editor 
of Diachronica. Joe Salmons (University of Wisconsin) will replace 
Brian in that role, while Martha Ratliff (Wayne State University) 
will replace Joe as Review Editor. We are happy to report that Brian 
will remain a member of the journal's editorial team, along with 
Sheila Embleton and Konrad Koerner.

Manuscripts and editorial correspondence should be sent to:
	Joseph Salmons
	Max Kade Institute
	University of Wisconsin
	901 University Bay Dr.
	Madison, WI 53706
	jsalmonsfacstaff.wisc.edu
	tel. (608) 262-7546, fax (608) 265-4640

Books for review and review correspondence should go to:
	Martha Ratliff
	802 S. Seventh St.
	Ann Arbor, MI 48103
	martha_ratliffwayne.edu
	tel. (313) 577-7646, fax (313) 577-0404
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