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LINGUIST List 27.1879

Fri Apr 22 2016

Fund Drive 2016: Donate Today for a Chance at Our Publisher Prizes!

Editor for this issue: Ashley Parker <ashleylinguistlist.org>

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Fund Drive 2016
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Date: 22-Apr-2016
From: LINGUIST List <linguistlinguistlist.org>
Subject: Fund Drive 2016: Donate Today for a Chance at Our Publisher Prizes!
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Dear Fellow Linguists, Colleagues and Subscribers,

There are still a couple hours left to donate if you want to enter in this week's Fund Drive publisher prize lottery (read the list of prizes here: https://linguistlist.org/issues/27/27-1765.html), so if you would like to qualify for any of those prizes, donate before 5 PM EST tonight to enter your name into the drawing.

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We are also introducing our next publisher prize bundle for Week 5 of our Fund Drive, again generously donated by our Supporting Publishers:

Bloomsbury Publishing is donating the book Discourse of Twitter and Social Media by Michele Zappavigna (http://goo.gl/7cSzz2); anyone interested in studying discourse analysis, corpus linguistics, or the language of Internet, this book is perfect.

Brill is donating TWO copies of I am a Linguist by R.M.W Dixon (http://goo.gl/nJFXQb), part autobiography, part examination of history of the linguistics field, if you are interested in the history of linguistics and the linguists who helped build it, this may be the book for you.

Cambridge University Press is donating The Cambridge Handbook of Pragmatics edited by Keith Allan and Kasia M. Jaszczolt (http://goo.gl/h21hh5); if you want to keep up on the current research in ever-growing field of pragmatics, donate and get a chance to win this valuable handbook!

De Gruyter is donating A Grammar of Daakaka by Kilu von Prince (http://goo.gl/2DVvA3), an endangered language of Oceania. If you are interested in Oceanic and Austronesian linguistics, language documentation and typology, consider donating to win!

From Elsevier, just as last week, we are giving away another ONE personal one-year electronic subscription to an Elsevier linguistics journal of the winner’s choice (complete list of their linguistic journals here: https://goo.gl/NaswSa). That’s right, we are giving away another subscription to you, so if you missed this one last week, you have another chance to win one!

The Association of Editors of the Journal of Portuguese Linguistics is donating one volume of the Journal of Portuguese Linguistics (http://goo.gl/rIJ7Ij) to everyone that donates $20 or more. That's right, with this prize, everyone donating more than $20 is a winner!

Springer is donating the book Languages for Specific Purposes in the Digital Era edited by Elena Bárcena, Timothy Read, and Jorge Arus (http://goo.gl/AnGUOR), a great resource for those who work in applied linguistics and language learning, as well as those interested in the application of computers in linguistics


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To win any of these fantastic prizes from this coming week’s prize bundle, you can donate to enter your name into the drawing, until Friday April 29th, at 5 PM EST. For every $10 you donate, your name will be entered into the lottery to win. So if you donate $50, your name goes into the drawing three times. Donate by the link below:

http://goo.gl/e656LG

In addition to the one-time donations to our Fund Drive, you can also become a recurring donor and support LINGUIST List on a long-term basis. Find out how by following this link:

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And as always, if you cannot donate monetarily, you can help us out in other ways, such as liking, sharing, and retweeting our Fund Drive posts on social media. If you like the LINGUIST List and have benefited from our free service, tell your friends about the LINGUIST List and our Fund Drive. Every little bit of support is appreciated!

There will be many more great prizes from our supporting publishers in the coming month, so stay tuned to our social media pages to hear about more prizes that you can win. Thanks and good luck!

Linguistically yours,
The LINGUIST List Crew





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