LINGUIST List 16.1911|
Tue Jun 21 2005
Qs: Japanese Corpora; Literary/Cultural Listservs
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Listservs for Literature/Cultural Studies?
Message 1: Japanese Corpora
From: Susan Macicak <macicakmail.utexas.edu>
Subject: Japanese Corpora
Dear List Members,
A doctoral student here at UT Austin is seeking Japanese Corpora, ideally
with a variety of genres (discursive prose and fiction included). I am
assembling a list of what I have identified, but in the interest of being
comprehensive seek your advice. Please reply with any specific corpora that
you know of and I will summarize for the list if there is interest.
Many thanks in advance.
Linguistics, Psychology and Sociology Librarian
University of Texas Libraries
The University of Texas at Austin
macicakmail.utexas.edu | http://www.lib.utexas.edu
Japanese Language Corpora:
Message 2: Listservs for Literature/Cultural Studies?
From: Richard Cameron <rcameronuic.edu>
Subject: Listservs for Literature/Cultural Studies?
Colleagues of mine in Spanish literature have asked me to ask members of
Linguistlist if they know of any comparable listserv for those interested
in literary or cultural studies.
In other words, is there a listserv somewhere for literary or cultural
studies that provides information like Linguistlist does for linguists?
Ling & Literature
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