LINGUIST List 5.785

Thu 07 Jul 1994

FYI: Liverpool linguistics ftp, Culioli

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  1. "Mr A.P. Berber Sardinha", Liverpool linguistics ftp
  2. Sheila Embleton, Culioli

Message 1: Liverpool linguistics ftp

Date: Mon, 4 Jul 1994 17:40:36 +Liverpool linguistics ftp
From: "Mr A.P. Berber Sardinha" <tony1liverpool.ac.uk>
Subject: Liverpool linguistics ftp

Hello,

This is to announce our linguistics ftp directory which contains
on-line papers in discourse analysis. The papers are
draft versions of work currently being done at the Department
of English of the University of Liverpool, UK. Comments are
welcome, and should be sent to the authors, whose
addresses appear in the papers themselves.

To fetch a paper, type

ftp.liv.ac.uk
anonymous
<type your email address here>
cd pub/linguistics
dir
(select the file(s) you want from the list)
binary
get <filename>
bye
gzip -d <filename>

If the file ends in .tar you need to type

tar -xvf <filename>

To print the file, type (or consult your local computer advisors)

lpr -Plaser <filename>

The files currently in the directory are listed below.

More details, please send me a message.
If you prefer, you can get any of the files below by eletronic
mail by sending an email message to tony1liv.ac.uk quoting
the papers you want. You'll receive the uncompressed
postscript files.

1 DIRECT Papers
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Message 2: Culioli

Date: Wed, 06 Jul 94 20:10:31 EDCulioli
From: Sheila Embleton <EMBLETONVM1.YorkU.CA>
Subject: Culioli

Not long ago, somebody posted a query about whether any of Culioli's work was a
vailable in English. I just found out yesterday about the forthcoming publicati
on of a book that would be very relevant. Michel Liddle (Lettres francaises, Un
iversity of Ottawa, CANADA) has translated Culioli's well-known DEA Seminar of
1983-84 plus various smaller publications pertaining to Antoine Culioli's Enunc
iative Model of language. This will be published, together with an introduction
 and commentary by Liddle, under the title "Cognition and Representation in Lin
guistic Theory", as volume 112 of the Current Issues in Linguistic Theory serie
s published by John Benjamins (Amsterdam and Philadelphia). According to the se
ries editor, Konrad Koerner (koerneracadvm1.uottawa.ca), it will appear before
 the end of 1994. The goal is to publish it shortly before September 30, 1994,
which is Culioli's 70th birthday.
Sheila Embleton
York University, Toronto, CANADA
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