LINGUIST List 2.451

Mon 02 Sep 1991

Qs: Digression, Addresses, Ling and Computer Science

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  2. Barbara Need, Addresses needed
  3. Sheldon Harrison, Linguistics and Computer Science

Message 1: Digression

Date: Tue, 27 Aug 91 13:19-0400
From: <Greg.LessardQueensU.CA>
Subject: Digression
This is for a literary colleage of mine. Is anyone aware of any recent (or
even not-so-recent) work on digression? This could include formal analyses
of digression markers, or semantic or pragmatic analyses. My colleague has
found quite a few literary studies of the phenomenon, but not much in
linguistics.
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Message 2: Addresses needed

Date: Wed, 28 Aug 91 10:08:14 CDT
From: Barbara Need <barbara%sapir.uchicago.eduRICEVM1.RICE.EDU>
Subject: Addresses needed
Does any one know where the following linguists are now?
The only addresses I have are three years old.
Anne Lobeck, P. Hirschbuehler, F Dupuis, M.-O. Junker, M. Labelle, D. Valois,
Zhiji Lu, David Shaul, Rong Chen, Roger Woodard.
Thanx.
Barbara Need
Univesity of Chicago
barbarasapir.uchicago.edu
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Message 3: Linguistics and Computer Science

Date: Thu, 29 Aug 91 11:33:03 WST
From: Sheldon Harrison <harrison%cs.uwa.oz.auRICEVM1.RICE.EDU>
Subject: Linguistics and Computer Science
I am in need of information regarding linguistics programs that are
embedded within computer science departments and/or linguistics courses taught
within computer science departments. Information about the sort/range of
linguistics courses taught within such programs would also be of tremendous
value to me. Thanks in advance.
Shelly Harrison
Anthropology
University of Western Australia
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