LINGUIST List 16.162

Wed Jan 19 2005

Qs: Coosan Linguistics; OT Approaches to L2 Syntax

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        1.    Scott Kegley, Coosan Linguistics
        2.    Gavin Austin, OT Approaches to L2 Syntax



Message 1: Coosan Linguistics

Date: 18-Jan-2005
From: Scott Kegley <scottkegleyhotmail.com>
Subject: Coosan Linguistics


I am interested in the Coosan languages (Hanis and Miluk), once spoken
 around Coos Bay in Oregon. I am looking for the following:
 (a) materials (published or otherwise) on these languages,
 (b) names of linguists who have published research on these languages.
 
 If anyone out there can help me find materials or other researchers, I
 would appreciate it.
 
 Scott Kegley
 scottkegleyhotmail.com 
 
 Linguistic Field(s): Language Description
 
 Subject Language(s): Coos (COS)
                      Miluk (IML)

Message 2: OT Approaches to L2 Syntax

Date: 18-Jan-2005
From: Gavin Austin <gaustin2une.edu.au>
Subject: OT Approaches to L2 Syntax


Dear fellow linguists,

I recently posted a message concerning theses which deal with OT approaches
to L2 syntax. I would also be interested in details of any other resources
in this area, particularly journal articles and book chapters published
since around 2000. A summary bibliography will of course follow. 

Thanks in anticipation,

Gavin Austin
U of New England (Australia) 
gaustin2une.edu.au 

Linguistic Field(s): Language Acquisition
                     Syntax
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