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Fri Jul 23 2010

FYI: Podcasts of Recent RCLT International Workshops Available

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        1.    Randy LaPolla, Podcasts of Recent RCLT International Workshops Available

Message 1: Podcasts of Recent RCLT International Workshops Available
Date: 23-Jul-2010
From: Randy LaPolla <r.lapollalatrobe.edu.au>
Subject: Podcasts of Recent RCLT International Workshops Available
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From 14 to 16 July 2010, the Research Centre for Linguistic Typology at La
Trobe University (Australia) organized its 10th International Workshop,
“The Shaping of Language: The Relationship Between the Structures of
Languages and their Social, Cultural, Historical, and Natural
Environments.” Most of the talks of the Workshop are now available to the
general public through iTunes U.

The following speakers have agreed to have their talks posted: Peter
Trudgill, Randy LaPolla, Uri Tadmor, David Bradley, Lev Michael, Yoshiyuki
Asahi, Tonya Stebbins, Anna Martowicz, Bill Palmer, Kate Burridge, Jingyi
Du, Friedel Frowein, Ronny Meyer, and Michael Clyne.

If you have iTunes installed on your computer, you can download the talks
by clicking the following link:


Alternatively, you can go to the iTunes store (clicking on the link in
iTunes) and search for “The Shaping of Language”.

Linguistic Field(s): Anthropological Linguistics; Sociolinguistics; Typology

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