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LINGUIST List 20.3175

Sun Sep 20 2009

FYI: Building a Directory of South Americanists

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        1.    Eduardo Ribeiro, Building a Directory of South Americanists

Message 1: Building a Directory of South Americanists
Date: 20-Sep-2009
From: Eduardo Ribeiro <karirigmail.com>
Subject: Building a Directory of South Americanists
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Etnolinguistica.Org is currently building a directory of linguists working
on South American indigenous languages. Each entry is an individual page
containing basic information on the researcher: name, institutional
affiliation, means of contact (email addresses are duly protected via
ReCaptcha), interest areas, and languages of interest.

The directory is cross-referenced with our ever-growing list of online
resources on South American languages (theses and dissertations,
open-access periodicals, conference proceedings and abstracts,
out-of-print books, etc.), in such a way that, by clicking on a given
language tag, one finds not only a list of online materials, but ways of
getting directly in touch with linguists working on that language as well.

The directory is available at the following address:

All interested colleagues are strongly encouraged to participate by filling
out the form available at the following address:

Linguistic Field(s): Anthropological Linguistics; Historical Linguistics; Language Documentation

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