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LINGUIST List 22.1327

Mon Mar 21 2011

$330: Raised by Sociolinguists so Far!

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Message 1: Challenge Updates
Date: 21-Mar-2011
From: linguist <linguistlinguistlist.org>
Subject: Challenge Updates
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Dear Subscribers,

We have a few challenges going on at this time!
Exciting times!

Grad School Challenge:
In the graduate school challenge, we have a
change in the lead! University of California,
Santa Barbara is now the leader. Will it stay
in that position or will another school claim
the top?

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https://linguistlist.org/donation/donate/donate1.cfm


Subfield Challenge:
The current standings are:
Lang Acq/Psycholing $2,110.00
sociolinguistics $1,130.00
syntax $710.00
Phonetics $560.00
Phonology $325.00
Historical Ling $270.00
Semantics $230.00
Discipline of Linguistics $200.00
Morphology $155.00
Computational Ling $110.00
Applied Ling $105.00
Anthropological Ling $100.00
Discourse Analysis $100.00
Pragmatics $95.00
Lang Documentation $75.00
Neurolinguistics $75.00
Linguistic Theories $50.00
Text/Corpus Ling $50.00
Ling & Literature $20.00
Typology $15.00
Lexicography $10.00

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Sociolinguistic Challenge:
Roger Shuy is challenging all other sociolinguists
to contribute a total of $1000 today and tomorrow.
If that goal if met, he will donate another
$500 himself, making Sociolinguistics the leader!

So far, sociolinguists have collected at total of
$330 for this challenge. Only another $700 to go
in order to get the $500 extra from Roger Shuy!

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https://linguistlist.org/donation/donate/donate1.cfm



Late last week we had a challenge for donors to
win some books from Peter Lang. The winners were:

Amanda Brown
Sabine Zerbian
Maria Cristina Cuervo
Ricardo Etxepare

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