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Message 1: Seeking Jim McCawley's Former Students

Date: Wed, 28 Feb 2001 13:52:28 -0500 (EST)
From: Rebecca Wheeler <rwheelercnu.edu>
Subject: Seeking Jim McCawley's Former Students

The late Professor James D. McCawley bequeathed his former students and
today's linguists a monumental and diverse scholarly legacy. In order to
memorialize him and his enduring works, we seek to undertake an edition of
essays authored by Jim's former students. We intend that the collection
represent the full range of McCawley's work.

As a first step, we seek current addresses (email and affiliation) of
McCawley's former students. The time frame would stem back to
1965, when McCawley first arrived at The University of Chicago. 

So, if you studied with McCawley (or know the current coordinates on
other linguists who did) please contact Rebecca Wheeler with that
information (rwheelercnu.edu) and help us get the ball rolling on this
project. Please include a note indicating (i) your scholarly focus while
you studied with Jim, and (ii) your current area(s) of research and
scholarship.

Thank you. We're looking forward to hearing from you.

Rebecca Wheeler

co-editors
Elaine Jones-Francis 
Salikoko Mufwene
Rebecca S. Wheeler

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Rebecca S. Wheeler, Ph.D. 
Assistant Professor 
Department of English 
Christopher Newport University 
1 University Place 
Newport News, VA 23606-2998 

Editor, Syntax in the Schools
The Journal of the Assembly for the Teaching of English Grammar (ATEG), 
an Assembly of the NCTE 
http://www.ateg.org/

phone: (757) 594-8891; fax: (757) 594-8870
email: rwheelercnu.edu

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