LINGUIST List 12.452

Mon Feb 19 2001

FYI: Catalan Ling Bibliography, Summer/Critical Lang

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  1. Llorenc Comajoan, Catalan Linguistics Bibliography
  2. Danko Sipka, Courses in Critical Languages, Summer 2001

Message 1: Catalan Linguistics Bibliography

Date: Thu, 15 Feb 2001 07:44:03 -0600
From: Llorenc Comajoan <lcomajoaindiana.edu>
Subject: Catalan Linguistics Bibliography

Rosa M. Baya and myself are in the process of putting together the section
on Catalan Linguisitics in the Comparative Romance Linguistics Newsletter
(see http://www.csdl.tamu.edu/~crln ). If you have published something
regarding Catalan linguistics in 2000, I would appreciate it you sent me
the bibliographical reference to lcomajoaindiana.edu so that we can
include it in the bibliography. Thanks in advance. 

Llorenc Comajoan
lcomajoaindiana.edu
Indiana University
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Message 2: Courses in Critical Languages, Summer 2001

Date: Sun, 18 Feb 2001 18:21:10 +0100
From: Danko Sipka <sipkadanmain.amu.edu.pl>
Subject: Courses in Critical Languages, Summer 2001

LANGUAGE COURSES IN SUMMER 2001
at Arizona State University, Tempe, AZ

 The Russian and East European Studies Consortium (REESC) at Arizona State
 University offers intensive summer elementary and intermediate language
 instruction in underrepresented critical languages. The Critical Languages
 Institute (CLI) features highly qualified Arizona State University and East
 European faculty. Tuition costs are waived and Tatar students are
 competitively eligible for fellowship support. On-campus housing is available.

 The Russian and East European Studies Consortium is pleased to announce the
 languages for its Critical Languages Institute for the summer of 2001.
They are:

-Serbian-Croatian (Elementary and Intermediate, taught by Danko Sipka)
-Macedonian (Elementary and Intermediate, taught by Ljupco Spasovski)
-Tatar (Elementary and Intermediate, taught by Agnes Kefeli)

 The courses are eight week intensive study programs conducted from June 4
 through July 27. Arizona State University waives tuition, requiring
 instead only a very modest registration fee. Each course will provide one 
 semester of language credit (four hours) at ASU and may be transferable. 
 Students may also opt to take the classes without credit. There is an 
 optional three week practicum for Serbian-Croatian in Petrovac, Montenegro, 
 and for Macedonian in Ohrid, Macedonia (estimated costs are US$1,400, 
 excluding airfare). Individuals studying Tatar are eligible for fellowship 
 support on a competitive basis. More information is available at the REESC 
 web site,
 
 http://www.asu.edu/ipo/reesc/ .

Danko Sipka
Danko.Sipkaasu.edu
http://main.amu.edu.pl/~sipkadan/
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