LINGUIST List 16.1721|
Tue May 31 2005
FYI: MITWP Deadline Extension; Classic SpecGram Online
Editor for this issue: Ann Sawyer
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MITWP on Endangered and Less Familiar Languages
Classic SpecGram Now Online
Message 1: MITWP on Endangered and Less Familiar Languages
From: Shannon Bischoff <bischoffemail.arizona.edu>
Subject: MITWP on Endangered and Less Familiar Languages
Call for Papers
DEADLINE EXTENDED: MIT Working Papers on Endangered and Less Familiar Languages
Volume on Salish
Papers are invited on any linguistic topic (syntax, phonology, language
maintenance, etc.), related to the languages in the Salish family.
Deadline for submissions: DEADLINE EXTENDED August 15, 2005
Paper should be sent as MS Word documents. If you use any nonstandard
fonts, please include them with your submission. Please visit
http://mit.edu/mitwpl/ and click "information for editors and
contributors" for formatting guidelines. All submissions must follow the
MITWPL style sheet to be considered.
Electronic submissions are preferred and should be sent to the following
address. Please send your inquiries and/or submission (as an attachment) to:
Linguistic Field(s): Anthropological Linguistics
Discipline of Linguistics
Message 2: Classic SpecGram Now Online
From: Trey Jones <TreySpecGram.com>
Subject: Classic SpecGram Now Online
A newly digitized issue of a classic journal from the linguists who bring
you Speculative Grammarian--the premier scholarly journal featuring
research in the neglected field of satirical linguistics--is now available
online for your browsing pleasure.
'World of Language', Vol 1, Num 2 of The Journal of the Linguistic Society
of South-Central New Caledonia, includes a ground-breaking study that
abandons the ''canard of linguistic equality,'' giving an objective rating
of the world's languages, and the famously infamous *Crossword for Linguists*!
Also, an all-new SpecGram will be online July 1st!
Managing Editor, Speculative Grammarian
Linguistic Field(s): General Linguistics
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