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LINGUIST List 17.3533

Wed Nov 29 2006

Qs: Rankings of Programs in Hispanic Linguistics

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        1.    Mark Richard Lauersdorf, Rankings of Programs in Hispanic Linguistics


Message 1: Rankings of Programs in Hispanic Linguistics
Date: 29-Nov-2006
From: Mark Richard Lauersdorf <lauersdorfuky.edu>
Subject: Rankings of Programs in Hispanic Linguistics


Are there any published evaluations/rankings of North American programs in
specifically Hispanic Linguistics? My searches for this have produced only
the standard NRC rankings as follows:

1) the NRC's 1994-1995 rankings for Spanish Language and Literature - which
evaluate overall Spanish PhD programs (presumably including the Hispanic
linguistics component)

http://www.nap.edu/dataset/pub/research_doctorate_programs_in_the_united_states/appendix_p/sthsll.xls

2) the NRC's 1994-1995 rankings for General Linguistics - which evaluate
Linguistics PhD programs (where Hispanic linguistics PhD students
could/would presumably do a portion of their linguistic graduate training)

http://www.nap.edu/dataset/pub/research_doctorate_programs_in_the_united_states/appendix_p/sthlin.xls

(New NRC information appears to be scheduled for publication in 2007.)

Inquiries with my immediate colleagues in the field have not turned up
anything further, so I am hoping that someone on the list will be able to
point me to some data.

Thank you.

Mark Lauersdorf
Associate Professor of Languages and Linguistics
University of Kentucky

Linguistic Field(s): Not Applicable

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