LINGUIST List 5.202

Tue 22 Feb 1994

FYI: SIL IPA Fonts; Session at MLA

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  1. "Evan L. Antworth 214-709-3346", SIL IPA fonts 1.2
  2. Nancy M. Ide, Call for papers for ACH sessions at the MLA '94 Convention

Message 1: SIL IPA fonts 1.2

Date: Mon, 07 Feb 1994 16:39:44 SIL IPA fonts 1.2
From: "Evan L. Antworth 214-709-3346" <evan.antworthSIL.ORG>
Subject: SIL IPA fonts 1.2

Many people are writing to ask how to obtain the SIL IPA fonts.
So at the risk of repetition, here is the information. Note also
that users of version 1.0 may want to upgrade to version 1.2
which was released Nov. 1993. Please direct e-mail queries to
Margaret.Swaugersil.org.

--Evan Antworth
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Message 2: Call for papers for ACH sessions at the MLA '94 Convention

Date: 21 Feb 1994 18:01:43 -0500Call for papers for ACH sessions at the MLA '94 Convention
From: Nancy M. Ide <idecs.vassar.edu>
Subject: Call for papers for ACH sessions at the MLA '94 Convention

I am forwarding the following message posted by jdgoz.plymouth.edu (Dr. Joel
 Goldfield) on HUMANIST on Sat, 12 Feb 94 20:43:33 -0500

I would like to direct the attention of HUMANIST readers to two sessions
sponsored by the Association for Computers and the Humanities (ACH) at
the upcoming convention of the Modern Language Association to be held
in San Diego, California, Dec. 27-30, 1994. (Also see p. 26 of the Spring
1994 _MLA Newsletter_.)

1) Electronic Texts, Hypertexts, and the Study of Literature;

2) The Role of Electronic Texts Archives in the Study of Literature.
(Preference will be given to presentations reporting concrete results.)

In both cases, 500-word abstracts are due by 10 March 1994.
Joel Goldfield, Plymouth State College (NH, USA).
E-mail: Joel.Goldfieldplymouth.edu

 Regards,
 Joel Goldfield
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