LINGUIST List 15.452

Wed Feb 4 2004

FYI: Berber Course; MSc in Developmental Ling

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  1. Thomas Stolz, Berber Course for Linguists at the University of Bremen
  2. Mits Ota, MSc in Developmental Linguistics

Message 1: Berber Course for Linguists at the University of Bremen

Date: Mon, 02 Feb 2004 12:40:56 +0100
From: Thomas Stolz <stolzuni-bremen.de>
Subject: Berber Course for Linguists at the University of Bremen


The Linguistics Department of the University of Bremen/Germany
organises a one-week-long intensive course of Berber (Tarifit variety)
for linguists. The course starts on April 1st and lasts until April
7th, 2004. Language of instruction is German. The teacher is
Prof. Mohand Tilmatine (C�diz, Spain) who offers 6 hours daily of
grammar, practical language training, and lectures on Berber language
history. Participants who pass the final written exam are entitled to
receiving a special certificate. Participants will also receive
credits. The fee is 200 Euros for non-students, 100 Euros for
university students. Deadline for applications is March 5th,
2004. For more information contact:

Frau Dr. Christel Stolz
Universit�t Bremen
FB 10: Linguistik
PF 330 440
D-28 334 Bremen, Germany

Tel. 	++49-(0)421-218-7565
Fax	++49-(0)421-218-7801
email	cstolzuni-bremen.de


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Message 2: MSc in Developmental Linguistics

Date: Wed, 4 Feb 2004 05:34:07 -0500 (EST)
From: Mits Ota <mitsling.ed.ac.uk>
Subject: MSc in Developmental Linguistics


 MSc in Developmental Linguistics
 
 Theoretical and Applied Linguistics
 School of Philosophy, Psychology & Language Sciences
 University of Edinburgh, UK


We are now accepting applications for this one-year taught master's
for the academic year 2004-2005.

The aim of our programme is to provide (a) an advanced understanding
of current research on first & second language acquisition, attrition
and language change from the perspectives of linguistics and cognitive
psychology, and (b) the methodological skills needed to conduct novel
research in these fields.

The programme consists of two semesters of coursework and a supervised
dissertation.

Students will have access to our excellent laboratory and
computational facilities, and a teaching staff drawn from one of the
largest concentrations of language researchers studying the formal,
computational, and psychological aspects of language.


For further information, including application procedures, please
visit our website:

http://www.ling.ed.ac.uk/teaching/postgrad/mscdl/

or contact the programme director:

Mitsuhiko Ota
Theoretical & Applied Linguistics
University of Edinburgh
Adam Ferguson Building
Edinburgh EH8 9LL
UK

tel: +44 (0)131-650-3949
email: mitsling.ed.ac.uk 
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