LINGUIST List 4.123

Tue 23 Feb 1993

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  1. John Moyne, Directory of Electronic Mail Addresses for Linguists
  2. , California Linguistic Notes: New Volume, Back Issues Available

Message 1: Directory of Electronic Mail Addresses for Linguists

Date: Thu, 18 Feb 93 14:40:00 ESDirectory of Electronic Mail Addresses for Linguists
From: John Moyne <MOYGCCUNYVM.CUNY.EDU>
Subject: Directory of Electronic Mail Addresses for Linguists

An updated copy of the LSA directory of e-mail addresses for
linguists is now available on the LINGUIST listserv. To obtain
an electronic copy of the list, send the message:

get lsa lst linguist

to the address:

listservtamvm1 (bitnet)

or:

Listservtamvm1.tamu.edu (Internet)

A hard copy of this directory is available from the offices
of the Linguistic Society of America. It can be obtained
by request from the LSA office, at the following address:

 Linguistic Society of America
 1325 18th Street N.W., Suite 211
 Washington, D.C. 20036-6501

 E-mail: zzlsagallua.bitnet

The list was orginally compiled and maintained by John Moyne at CUNY
Graduate Center until Feb. 1993. All future inquiries, changes, and
updates should be sent to the Linguistic Society of America.
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Message 2: California Linguistic Notes: New Volume, Back Issues Available

Date: 21 Feb 1993 19:58:46 -0800California Linguistic Notes: New Volume, Back Issues Available
From: <AKAYEFULLERTON.EDU>
Subject: California Linguistic Notes: New Volume, Back Issues Available

Volume 24, No. 1 of California Linguistic Notes is now available.

Includes:
"Playing On or Around" by Geoffrey K. Pullum
"`One' and `Only' [in Uto-Aztecan]", "Arguing About `Quail'", and
 "Languages in America" by Alexis Manaster Ramer
"...Spinning Wheels, Wordwise" by Shale Dworan
"One Aspect of Lexicon: Conversion in Singapore-Malaysian English"
 by Stacey Marcus
"Japanese Compounds" by Mioi Ehara
"Derivational Reduplication in Basque" by Sean Brady
"The Definite Article in Five Germanic Languages" by Tom Harrison
"The Morphological Structure of Proper Names" by Lisa Chow

Reprints of articles about Chomsky, Laurence Urdang and dialects of
American English.

Language Identification Challenges; Linguistic Abstracts; Past and
Future Events; Calls for Papers; Book Reviews; Publications;
Opportunities.

* Back issues still available:

Volume 23, No. 2

Includes:
"Fieldwork and Field Methods in Linguistics" by Paul Newman
"Arabic and Biblical Studies: Chapters from the History of Semitic Studies
in England" by M. O'Connor
"Sapir's Psychological and Psychiatric Perspectives on Culture"
 by Michael Silverstein
"The Emergence of Sango" by Helma Pasch
"Chileno: A Maritime Pidgin Among California Indians" by Guillermo Bartelt
"Names for the Quail in Native California" by William Bright
"Tubatulabal 'Man' and the Subclassification of Uto-Aztecan"
 and "On the Nostratic Inclusive/Exclusive" by Alexis Manaster Ramer
"All in the Family: A Closer Look at Liquids and Glides" by Lori J. Altmann
"A Pragmatic Device in Electronic Communication" [The Smiley] by Andrew Wilson
"Actant-marking in the Verbal Complex" by U. J. Lueders
"Zellig S. Harris: An Appreciation" by Bruce E. Nevin.

Volume 23, No. 1

Includes:
"Putting the 'socio' back into the sociolinguistic enterprise"
 by Joshua A. Fishman
"A consonant-final pronominal stem in Tubatulabal" and
 "Tubatulabal takaah 'quail'" by Alexis Manaster Ramer
"The Lubbar Fend" by Carleton T. Hodge
"An Interview with Joseph Greenberg" by Paul Newman
"The you-guysing of America", "Another view of `You Guys'" and
 "Everybody Likes Pizza, Doesn't He or She?" by George Jochnowitz

 *

California Linguistic Notes (ISSN 0741-1391) publishes essays, squibs,
letters, and reviews on any linguistic topic; also past/future events
sections, abstracts, recent publications, jobs, and more. Manuscripts and
other material for publishing should be submitted, preferably on disk or
online, to the addresses below.

Subscription, $20.00 for USA subscribers; $30.00 overseas (airmail);
$10.00 per additional copy sent to the same address.

Send for a free sample:

Alan Kaye, Editor
Department of Linguistics
California State University, Fullerton
Fullerton, CA 92634-9480 USA

E-mail: akayefullerton.edu
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