LINGUIST List 13.453

Mon Feb 18 2002

FYI: Conference Calender, MA in Historical Ling

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  1. Roy Cochrun, Language Conference List (Calendar)
  2. A.R.Linn, New Masters degree in Historical Language Studies at Sheffield

Message 1: Language Conference List (Calendar)

Date: Sat, 16 Feb 2002 11:44:24 -0500
From: Roy Cochrun <royroyfc.com>
Subject: Language Conference List (Calendar)


The language conference list at http://www.royfc.com/confer.html now is 
being updated daily (including some weekends). While the list has 
contained conferences for linguists, translators, interpreters and 
teachers of languages worldwide through 2006, it had not been updated for 
over 12 months. That situation has been corrected. Presently there are 
over 300 conferences on the list. More are being added daily.

In addition to the chronological list of conferences, the site may be 
searched for conferences. Please see the instructions provided on the 
conference home page, URL as above.

 Thank you,
 --Roy Cochrun

Roy's Resources, comprising Roy's Russian Resource
http://www.royfc.com/
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Message 2: New Masters degree in Historical Language Studies at Sheffield

Date: Mon, 18 Feb 2002 15:38:42 -0000
From: A.R.Linn <A.R.Linnsheffield.ac.uk>
Subject: New Masters degree in Historical Language Studies at Sheffield

>From September 2002 the Department of English Language and 
Linguistics at the University of Sheffield intends to offer a new 
Research-Track MA in Historical Language Studies. This is 
intended primarily (but not solely) for people who are at least 
considering the possibility of PhD research in historical linguistics, 
the history of linguistics, the history of English, or an area of 
convergence between these subjects. As well as topic-based 
teaching, the course will provide a substantial research-training 
component. The MA will be taught by a team of staff from across 
the department, and the course co-ordinator is Dr Andrew Linn.

Please bring this new course to the attention of anyone who might 
be interested. For more information contact Andrew Linn at 
A.R.Linnshef.ac.uk or on +44 (0)114 222 0216.

General information is also available at 
http://www.shef.ac.uk/english/language.

__________________________________________________
Dr Andrew R. Linn
Department of English Language and Linguistics
The University of Sheffield
GB-Sheffield S10 2TN, England

Tel: +44 (0)114 222 0216
Fax: +44 (0)114 276 8251

http://www.shef.ac.uk/english/language/staff/andrew.html
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