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LINGUIST List 20.2460

Thu Jul 09 2009

Qs: Requesting Bibliographic References on Azerbaijani

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        1.    Paul Kerswill, Requesting Bibliographic References on Azerbaijani

Message 1: Requesting Bibliographic References on Azerbaijani
Date: 07-Jul-2009
From: Paul Kerswill <p.kerswilllancs.ac.uk>
Subject: Requesting Bibliographic References on Azerbaijani
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My student, Elaheh Almousavi, is studying dialect contact and variation and
change in Tabriz, Iran, and would like to put together a bibliography on
Azerbaijani, the language she is researching. Do please write to her (or
me) and she will post the result to the list.

Many thanks,
Paul Kerswill: p.kerswilllancs.ac.uk
Elahah Almousavi: e.almousavilancaster.ac.uk

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