LINGUIST List 15.1905

Wed Jun 23 2004

FYI: ELDP Call for Funding Applications; Ling Survey

Editor for this issue: Anne Clarke <annelinguistlist.org>


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  1. Ellen Potts, ELDP 2004 Call for Funding Applications
  2. Kim, Hee-Soo, Linguistics Survey for Non-Semanticists and Non-Syntacticians

Message 1: ELDP 2004 Call for Funding Applications

Date: Mon, 21 Jun 2004 12:19:13 -0400 (EDT)
From: Ellen Potts <ep21soas.ac.uk>
Subject: ELDP 2004 Call for Funding Applications


The Endangered Languages Documentation Programme (ELDP) is now
inviting applications for its third funding round. Full details of
the application procedure are on the website at: 
http://www.hrelp.org .

Deadlines, according to application type, are as follows:

Major Documentation Projects & Individual Postdoctoral Fellowships:
Preliminary applications - 7th August 2004; 
Full applications (by invitation) - 5th November 2004

Individual Graduate Studentship & Pilot Project Grants:
Full applications - 7th January 2005

Field Trip Grants (projects starting between 1st April 2005 & 31st
March 2006): 
Full applications - 7th January 2005 

Field Trip Grants (projects starting between 1st June 2005 & 31st May 2006): 
Full applications - 28th March 2005

Please address any queries to Ellen Potts at ep21soas.ac.uk 
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Message 2: Linguistics Survey for Non-Semanticists and Non-Syntacticians

Date: Wed, 23 Jun 2004 13:05:27 -0400 (EDT)
From: Kim, Hee-Soo <khsclaraumich.edu>
Subject: Linguistics Survey for Non-Semanticists and Non-Syntacticians


Dear colleagues:

Hello!

I am a PhD student in linguistics at University of Michigan, Ann
Arbor.

I am still looking for volunteers for a linguistics survey that is to
collect linguistic intuition about the interpretations of certain
structure patterns, and the results of which will be analyzed for my
PhD dissertation. The information gathered will also be summarized and
submitted, along with acknowledgement of those who contributed, to
LINGUIST in the form of a Summary.

You are a potential subject eligible for this study if you satisfy ALL
of the following conditions:

(1) You are a native speaker of English or Korean or Japanese.
(2) You are currently living in the USA.
(3) You are a linguistics graduate student or researcher.
(4) You are NOT a semanticist or syntactician.

In case you are interested in participating, please respond to me at
khsclaraumich.edu so that I can send you the details of this
project.

Thank you very much.

(PS. I am not telling you in this message what research I have
done. This is in order NOT to bias potential particiapnts of the
survey. I would appreciate your generous understanding on this
matter.)

Best wishes,

Kim, Hee-Soo
PhD Candidate in Linguistics
Univ. of Michigan, Ann Arbor 

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