LINGUIST List 5.1402

Wed 07 Dec 1994

Qs: Welsh and the internet, Stylistics of email, Arabic

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  1. Gwyn Williams, Q: Welsh on the Internet
  2. Alla B. Eskina, WHO studies e-mail linguistically
  3. "Sebastian Adorjan Dyhr", Arabic studies

Message 1: Q: Welsh on the Internet

Date: Tue, 6 Dec 1994 18:26:47 +Q: Welsh on the Internet
From: Gwyn Williams <gwynipied.tu.ac.th>
Subject: Q: Welsh on the Internet


 I direct this query to those more in the know:

There is a producer in BBC Wales (the base for the Orchestra I work
for) who is looking to produce a programme discussing the Internet and
the like with reference to the Welsh language / culture.

I have been able to find plenty of references to Scots and Irish traditions,
but only one reference to Welsh in Patagonia.

Please respond to :
Jeremy Garside - BBC National Orchestra of Wales
GARSIJwales.bbc.co.uk
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Message 2: WHO studies e-mail linguistically

Date: Tue, 6 Dec 94 14:33:07 +0WHO studies e-mail linguistically
From: Alla B. Eskina <allaeskina.msk.ru>
Subject: WHO studies e-mail linguistically


I am doing a stylistic study of e-mail messages, but I have failed so far
to find any relevant publications. I would appreciate any references to
such publications as well as information on the existence and access to
any corpora of e-mail messages (commercial or scientific).

I know that two Canadians - Belmore and Callot - have done something
on e-mail, but I do not know how to get their publications from Moscow.
Please respond to me directly and will post a summary.
Many thanks in advance.

Alla Eskina
Department of Stylistics
Moscow Linguistic University

allaeskina.msk.ru
tel. 7 095 310 1296
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Message 3: Arabic studies

Date: Tue, 6 Dec 1994 12:44:01 MArabic studies
From: "Sebastian Adorjan Dyhr" <LINSADstud.hum.aau.dk>
Subject: Arabic studies

Dear Linguists.

 One of my fellow students would like to study modern Arabic
language and culture etc. in an Arabic speaking country for half
a year maybe one year. But she couldn't get any help from her Danish
university. Can anyone help us with names and adresses of
universities that take foreign students.
 Thanks in advance.
 Please answer directly to me.
 Sebastian
++++++++++++++++++++++++++ :-) (-| ;-} +++++++++++++++++++++++++++
+ linsadstud.hum.aau.dk Sebastian Adorjan Dyhr +
+ Department of Linguistics Ydunsvej 12 +
+ Aarhus University 8230 Aabyhoej +
+ Bygning 327 86 15 02 48 +
+ Nordre Ringgade +
+ 8000 Aarhus C +
+++++++++++++++++++++++++ :-) (-| ;-} +++++++++++++++++++++++++++
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