LINGUIST List 15.955

Sun Mar 21 2004

Qs: Vowels Online; South Asian Languages

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  1. Cari Sisson, vowels
  2. tkbhatia, Re: Works on SA languages/lingiustics by scholars residing in North America

Message 1: vowels

Date: Fri, 19 Mar 2004 02:54:29 -0800
From: Cari Sisson <new_caledoniahotmail.com>
Subject: vowels

Hello,

I am doing a phonology project on Baole (Ivory Coast) and I am having
trouble with the differences between IPA vowels. Do you know of a
website where I can listen to the different vowels?

Thanks,
Carol Sisson
McGill University

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Message 2: Re: Works on SA languages/lingiustics by scholars residing in North America

Date: Fri, 19 Mar 2004 09:04:21 -0500
From: tkbhatia <tkbhatiamailbox.syr.edu>
Subject: Re: Works on SA languages/lingiustics by scholars residing in North America


Dear Colleagues,

I'm in the process of writing a regional report on SA languages and
linguistics in North America. The report will include linguistic
research on South Asian languages which has appeared since 2001, and
was conducted by scholars residing in North America.

I would be grateful if you could send me the following information:

1. The bibliographic details of your published works on South Asian
languages and linguistics since 2001.

2. Some salient features your findings.

Work on any South Asian language and from any branch of linguistics -
sociolinguistics, descriptive, theoretical, historical,
pedagogical/second language acquisition--is welcome.

Please email me directly:
tkbhatiasyr.edu


Thanks very much for your consideration.

Tej Bhatia
- 
Tej K. Bhatia
Professor
Linguistics & Cognitive Sciences


312 HBC, Syracuse University
Syracuse, New York 13244-1160
email: tkbhatiamailbox.syr.edu
http://www.maxwell.syr.edu/southasiacenter/Faculty/Tej/Default.htm
Tel: 315-443-5374 (off.)
Fax: 315-443-5376
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