LINGUIST List 4.331

Sat 01 May 1993

FYI: Exchange program with Australia, Haegeman

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  1. Mark Durie, Attn. people in France and Germany
  2. , Comments invited on Haegeman (1991)

Message 1: Attn. people in France and Germany

Date: 29 Apr 1993 11:15:48 +1000Attn. people in France and Germany
From: Mark Durie <mark_duriemuwayf.unimelb.edu.au>
Subject: Attn. people in France and Germany


Australia has a research exchange program with Germany and France,
whereby researchers from these two countries can get funding to visit
Australia for between 4 and 12 months. I believe that the grants
include salary as well as travel costs.

Award winners participate in a co-operative research program of their
choice. The research stay may be distributed over several periods.

Could scholars from Germany or France interested in visiting the
Department of Linguistics at Melbourne University during 1994, please
contact me on e-mail by May 15.

Mark Durie

[Our department has research expertise in language & society,
morphology, phonetics (incl. a phonetics lab), phonology,
grammaticization, lexical semantics, formal semantics, discourse
analysis, systemics, historical linguistics and prehistory,
pragmatics, gender studies, grammatical and phonological typology,
and discourse analysis. Main areal foci: Australian, Pacific, N.
American, SE Asian and Romance languages.

Staff: N. Evans, J. Mulder, L. Stirling, M. Durie, I. Pejros, J.
Hajek, W. McGregor, J. Fletcher.]

*The scheme is also available through other Australian Universities.*
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Message 2: Comments invited on Haegeman (1991)

Date: Wed, 28 Apr 1993 19:27:20 Comments invited on Haegeman (1991)
From: <Sten.Viknerrus.uni-stuttgart.de>
Subject: Comments invited on Haegeman (1991)

 Liliane Haegeman is preparing a revised edition of her textbook
 which will be out in March 1994. I would welcome suggestions for
 revisions and other feedback. Further information on the old and
 new editions are obtainable from Blackwell in the UK or the US.

 Thanks in advance
 Liliane <Haegemanuni2a.unige.ch>
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