LINGUIST List 14.1467

Wed May 21 2003

FYI: Cognitive Ling, Ethnomethodology Course

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  1. peet.morris, Cognitive Ling Website
  2. gjeffersindiana.edu>, Summer Workshop in Ethnomethodology & Conversation Analysis

Message 1: Cognitive Ling Website

Date: Mon, 19 May 2003 11:13:30 -0400 (EDT)
From: peet.morris <peet.morrisclg.ox.ac.uk>
Subject: Cognitive Ling Website



The Computational Linguistics Group (CLG) at the University of Oxford,
has its website up and running:
			
			http://www.clg.ox.ac.uk

Please check out the main part of our website - the 'CL Forums'
section. We're hoping that this will allow anyone interested in
Computational Linguistics, AI, Machine Learning etc to meet with, and
discuss their subject with likeminded individuals, and institutions.
So, please give it a try.

email: peet.morrisclg.ox.ac.uk

 addr: Computational Linguistics Group
 University of Oxford
 The Clarendon Institute
 Walton Street
 Oxford
 OX1 2HG

Peet Morris
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Message 2: Summer Workshop in Ethnomethodology & Conversation Analysis

Date: Tue, 20 May 2003 15:22:16 -0500
From: gjeffersindiana.edu> <gjeffersindiana.edu>
Subject: Summer Workshop in Ethnomethodology & Conversation Analysis

The Karl F. Schuessler Institute of Social Research at Indiana
University will sponsor a workshop in the summer of 2003 in
Bloomington, Indiana which may be of interest to linguists.

Ethnomethodology and Conversation Analysis
Doug Maynard, Instructor, July 21-25, 2003

Consider these program strengths:
 national reputation of instructors
 hands-on practice of methods in computing labs
 small classes, congenial environment
 competitive cost

We invite your participation in the workshop. We would appreciate it
if you would forward this message to others that you think might be
interested.

For comprehensive information visit our website at:
www.iub.edu/~isr/isrip/ or write jjamesindiana.edu
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