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Wed Jan 26 2011

FYI: Orthographies for Unwritten Languages Symposium

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Message 1: Orthographies for Unwritten Languages Symposium
Date: 25-Jan-2011
From: Michael Cahill <mike_cahillsil.org>
Subject: Orthographies for Unwritten Languages Symposium
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The abstracts, handouts, and PowerPoints for the LSA Symposium on
Developing Orthographies for Unwritten Languages are now posted at:

http://www.sil.org/linguistics/2011LSASymposium/.

Papers were divided between general concept papers (non-linguistic factors
in orthographies, phonological depth and orthographies, tone and
orthographies), and specific case studies from different areas of the world
(Mexico, California, Nepal, and southeast Asia).

Mike Cahill

Editor-in-Chief, Academic Publications
SIL International

Linguistic Field(s): Writing Systems

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