LINGUIST List 5.798

Tue 12 Jul 1994

Qs: LING 101 syllabi, Morphology books, Kigogo tones, Anthro.

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  4. E Wayles Browne, Anthro. ling. course

Message 1: I need LING 101 syllabi

Date: Mon, 11 Jul 94 16:12:42 EDI need LING 101 syllabi
From: <katherine.lahtimail.cc.trincoll.edu>
Subject: I need LING 101 syllabi

Dear Fellow Linguists:

I will be teaching Linguistics 101 for the first time in the Spring of 1996
and want to collect syllabi for Linguistics 101 courses. Please forward
them to me at
 katherine.lahtimail.trincoll.edu

or Katherine Lahti
 Department of Modern Languages
 Trinity College
 Hartford CT 06106

My course will not be a part of a larger program in Linguistics, but will
serve majors in the languages, Anthropology, Cognitive Science and
Neuroscience. Any thoughts or advice will also be appreciated.

Thank you very much,
Katherine
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Message 2: GMT

Date: Mon, 11 Jul 1994 15:42:15 GMT
From: <>
Subject: GMT
 <Y.Verchermanchester-metropolitan-university.ac.uk>

Dear list,
A colleague and I are going to give an introductory course on
Morphology and Syntax to undergraduates from the BA Modern Languages
degree. The course is structured in two parts, one dealing with
general concepts in Morphology and Syntax, with reference to English,
and a second part where students can choose either German or Spanish
Morphology and Syntax. Now, our query is: are there any good
introductory books on German and Spanish Morphology, written in
English (preferably), German and Spanish? We've found a number
of good books on English Syntax and also a few Morphology books
dealing with a variety of languages, but nothing interesting in
German and Spanish. If you know any, please write to me. I'll post a
summary if I get enough responses.
Thanks a lot

Yolanda Vercher


Dr Y. Vercher
Department of Languages (Spanish)
Manchester Metropolitan University
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Message 3: Qs: Kigogo tones

Date: Tue Jul 12 11:13:48 1994
From: <Afrikanistik2uni-bayreuth.de>
Subject: Qs: Kigogo tones

Can anybody inform me of a proper tonological description on KiGogo?
Ralf Grosserhode
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Message 4: Anthro. ling. course

Date: Tue, 12 Jul 1994 11:24:20 Anthro. ling. course
From: E Wayles Browne <ewb2cornell.edu>
Subject: Anthro. ling. course

A colleague in Europe is planning a course in anthropological linguistics at
her university. 1) What textbooks can we recommend? (In English, also other
Germanic, Romance, or Slavic languages.)
2) Anyone who teaches such a course now: what topics do you have on your
syllabus?
Please reply to me at ewb2cornell.edu; I will summarize for the list if
there is interest. Thank you--
Wayles Browne, Cornell Univ. ewb2cornell.edu
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