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LINGUIST List 16.3085

Thu Oct 27 2005

FYI: Fourth RH Robins Prize of the Philological Society

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        1.    Paul Rowlett, Fourth R. H. Robins Prize of the Philological Society


Message 1: Fourth R. H. Robins Prize of the Philological Society
Date: 27-Oct-2005
From: Paul Rowlett <pubssecphilsoc.org.uk>
Subject: Fourth R. H. Robins Prize of the Philological Society


PhilSoc intends to offer a fourth R. H. Robins student Prize for an article
submission on a linguistic topic that falls within the area of the
Society's interests as defined by present and past publications in the
Transactions of the Philological Society.

The winner will receive a cash prize of £500 sterling. Additionally, the
prize-winning submission - revised where appropriate in line with referees'
comments - will be accepted for publication in the Society's journal, the
Transactions of the Philological Society (TPhS).

The closing date for submissions is 1 November 2006. Entries should be
addressed to the President of the Philological Society, Professor N.
Sims-Williams, School of Oriental and African Studies, Thornhaugh Street,
London WC1H OXG, United Kingdom.

For full details of entry criteria and previous Prize winners, please visit
http://www.philsoc.org.uk/prize.asp



Linguistic Field(s): Not Applicable


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