LINGUIST List 12.372

Mon Feb 12 2001

FYI: Summer School, Marathi, Online Ling Course

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


Directory

  1. CogSci Summer School, Summer School - Cognitive Science/ CogSci 2001
  2. Rajeshwari Pandharipande, Summer Course in Intensive Marathi/ U Illinois - Urbana-Champaign
  3. Suzette Haden Elgin, Online Linguistics Minicourse

Message 1: Summer School - Cognitive Science/ CogSci 2001

Date: Fri, 9 Feb 2001 19:56:12 +0200
From: CogSci Summer School <schoolcogs.nbu.acad.bg>
Subject: Summer School - Cognitive Science/ CogSci 2001

8th International Summer School
in Cognitive Science
Sofia, New Bulgarian University, July 9 - 28, 2001

Courses:

* Arthur Shimamura (University of California at Berkeley, USA) - Ecexutive
Control, Metacognition and Memory Processes
* Barbara Finlay (Cornell University, USA) - Development and Evolution of
the Brain
* Maurice Greenberg (New Bulgarian University, BG) - Introduction to
Connectionism
* Stella Vosniadou (University of Athens, GR) - Cognitive Development and
Conceptual Change
* Michael Thomas (NCDU, ICH, UK) - Connectionist Models of Developmental
Disorders
* Csaba Pleh (University of Seget, HU) - Language Understanding in
Children, Adults and Patients
* Robert Goldstone (Indiana University, USA) - Human learning and adaptive
systems
* Jeff Elman (University of California at San Diego, USA) - Connectionist
Models of Learning and Development
* Susan Epstein (City University of New York, USA) - Cognitive Modeling
and the Development of Expertise

Organised by New Bulgarian University, Bulgarian Academy of Sciences, and
Bulgarian Society for Cognitive Science

Endorsed by the Cognitive Science Society

For more information look at:
http://www.nbu.bg/cogs/events/ss2001.htm

Central and East European Center for Cognitive Science
New Bulgarian University
21 Montevideo Str.
Sofia 1635
phone: 955-7518

Guergana Erdeklian,
administrative manager,
CEECenter for Cognitive Science
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Message 2: Summer Course in Intensive Marathi/ U Illinois - Urbana-Champaign

Date: 8 Feb 2001 21:08:28 -0000
From: Rajeshwari Pandharipande <raj-panuiuc.edu>
Subject: Summer Course in Intensive Marathi/ U Illinois - Urbana-Champaign

MARATHI: A NEW COURSE IN THE SUMMER 2001 
at the Univerrsity of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign

Marathi, the language of the Maharashtra state, and Mumbai, the
financial capital of India, provides a new avenue to the linguistic,
historical, religious, and cultural heritage of India. 

Department of Linguistics at the University of Illinois at
Urbana-Champaign will offer a New Course on Intensive Marathi in the
summer of 2001. This (intensive) course will cover first year (two
semesters) of language instruction in eight weeks (June,11 -August 1,
2001) beginning at the introductory level. The course will be taught at
the UIUC campus in Champaign-Urbana. It is designed to teach basic
skills in reading, writing, and speaking Marathi. Additionally, the
course will familiarize students with the cultural context of India and
Maharashtra through audio-visual material. Students will be encouraged
to participate in group discussion to enhance their skills in spoken
Marathi. The language will be taught and supervised by native speakers
of Marathi. 

The course will provide one year (two semesters) of language credit (10
hours). It is divided into two sessions with two separate Call Numbers
given below. Each session will provide one semester (5 hours) credit. 
Students registered for both sessions will get the full (ten hours)
credit.

It is important to note that the courses are listed under the title,
Linguistics 304"Tutorials in Non-Western languages" (Sections A3 and A4)
in the list of the Summer Courses offered by the Department of
Linguistics. 

Session I (first semester of Marathi)
June 11-July 6 (2001)
Course number : Linguistics 304 (section: A3)
Call number : 01007
Session II (second semester of Marathi)
July 9- August 1 (2001)
Course number : Linguistics 304 (section : A4)
Call number : 01008
Students who want to learn Marathi without academic credit are also
welcome.

For further information, contact the coordinator of the course or the
Department of Linguistics at UIUC.
Coordinator : Professor Rajeshwari Pandharipande
Professor of Linguistics, Sanskrit, Religious Studies & Comparative
Literature
University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
4088 Foreign languages Building
707, South Mtthews Ave
Urbana, IL-61801 
Phone: 217-333-0946, 217-333-3563(Ling Off). Fax: 217-333-3466
	
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Message 3: Online Linguistics Minicourse

Date: Mon, 12 Feb 2001 08:23:23 -0600
From: Suzette Haden Elgin <oclsmadisoncounty.net>
Subject: Online Linguistics Minicourse

February 12, 2001

I've been working on an introductory linguistics course for nonlinguists,
written in cooperation with the Linguistics & Science Fiction Network
members (who have been telling me when the material is inadequate, unclear,
boring, overly difficult, pompous, or in any other way unsatisfactory).
_Very_ short lessons, posted roughly once a month, at
http://www.sfwa.org/members/elgin . Lesson One has been revised to a
faretheewell and is now posted in final form; Lesson Two has just been
posted in its trial version. Comments from Linguist List members would be
very welcome.

Suzette Haden Elgin


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