LINGUIST List 4.188

Mon 15 Mar 1993

Qs: Mongolian/Tibetan, e-texts, Navaho

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  1. rzewuski, Software for Mongolian (Old, Written) and Tibetan scripts.
  2. Gabriel Decio, query--texts on-line
  3. Richard Sproat, Query on Navajo

Message 1: Software for Mongolian (Old, Written) and Tibetan scripts.

Date: Mon, 15 Mar 93 20:11:54 CESoftware for Mongolian (Old, Written) and Tibetan scripts.
From: rzewuski <ORIENTUWPLEARN.bitnet>
Subject: Software for Mongolian (Old, Written) and Tibetan scripts.


A collegue of mine is looking for information on such software for IBM and
or Mac platform. She is also interested in establishing contacts with
people experienced in processing these languages and knowing about
electronic archives of ongolian and Tibetan texts. I will appreciate and
thank you in advance for sending her the relevant information. Since she
is not checking her mail very frequently, you also can sent to my e-mail
address below.
Her name is: Ms Agata Bareja, Dept. of Mongolian Studies, Institute of
Oriental Studies, Warsaw University, 00-927 Warszawa 64, Poland,
e-mail: BarejaPLEARN.Bitnet.
Yours
Eugeniusz Rzewuski
Warsaw University
RZEWUSKIPLEARN
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Message 2: query--texts on-line

Date: Sun, 14 Mar 93 21:07:40 ESquery--texts on-line
From: Gabriel Decio <deciomace.cc.purdue.edu>
Subject: query--texts on-line

I would like to know if there are English and Spanish texts available
on-line, and if so, how i can retrieve those texts. Even though I am
looking for non-technical discourse, any information about texts
on-line will be welcome.

Gabriel
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Message 3: Query on Navajo

Date: Mon, 15 Mar 93 16:47:49 -0Query on Navajo
From: Richard Sproat <rwshabanero.research.att.com>
Subject: Query on Navajo


I am seeking bibliographic information on Navajo. I need references to
recent theses, monographs and journal articles on Navajo phonology and
phonetics. Please reply directly to me, and I will summarize on the
list.

Richard Sproat
Linguistics Research Department
AT&T Bell Laboratories | tel (908) 582-5296
600 Mountain Avenue, Room 2d-451 | fax (908) 582-7308
Murray Hill, NJ 07974, USA | rwsresearch.att.com
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