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LINGUIST List 23.2483

Thu May 24 2012

FYI: Language and Ecology Research Forum

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Date: 23-May-2012
From: Arran Stibbe <astibbeglos.ac.uk>
Subject: Language and Ecology Research Forum
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The Language and Ecology Research Forum has recently been
relaunched with a redesigned website and a new research network of 183
members. Members are linguists interested in the impact of language on
the ecosystems which support life, from analysis of how consumerist
discourses encourage ecological destruction to how nature poetry can
promote respect for the natural world. The Forum includes a dedicated
mailing list for the latest news from the world of ecolinguistics, an
extensive collection of articles on ecolinguistic topics, and other resources
for researchers such as bibliographies and course information.
Membership is free and the Forum can be found at www.ecoling.net

Linguistic Field(s): General Linguistics

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