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LINGUIST List 19.261

Tue Jan 22 2008

Qs: Writing Systems Syllabi

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        1.    Peter T Daniels, Writing Systems Syllabi

Message 1: Writing Systems Syllabi
Date: 21-Jan-2008
From: Peter T Daniels <grammatimverizon.net>
Subject: Writing Systems Syllabi
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I have been a scholar of writing systems for 20+ years, but I am not a
teacher. The opportunity has arisen to perhaps submit a proposal for a
textbook on writing systems, so I would appreciate the opportunity of
examining syllabi for one-semester (or one-quarter) courses on writing
systems that have been taught by linguists, and I am not aware of any
repository of such syllabi.

Thus: I would appreciate receiving any syllabus -- the more detailed the
better -- that has been used for a course in writing systems.

Thank you.

Linguistic Field(s): Writing Systems

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