LINGUIST List 5.828

Wed 20 Jul 1994

FYI: LINGUIST over WWW, Mandarin syllables, GSIL publications

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  1. Graham Katz, LINGUIST available over the World Wide Web
  2. Angus Grieve-Smith, Mandarin syllables
  3. Jose Camacho, New USC Linguistics Dissertations Available

Message 1: LINGUIST available over the World Wide Web

Date: Tue, 19 Jul 1994 10:38:43 LINGUIST available over the World Wide Web
From: Graham Katz <katzling.rochester.edu>
Subject: LINGUIST available over the World Wide Web


The Department of Linguistics at the University of Rochester
now provides a WWW server for the LINGUIST list. The server's
URL is http://www.ling.rochester.edu/linguist/contents.html

Those of you who have access to Mosaic, Lynx or one of the other
web browsers can now access recent articles from this list using
these programs.

Graham Katz
University of Rochester
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Message 2: Mandarin syllables

Date: Tue, 19 Jul 1994 12:16:40 Mandarin syllables
From: Angus Grieve-Smith <grvsmthsapir.uchicago.edu>
Subject: Mandarin syllables


 Thanks to all who corrected my estimate of the number of
possible syllables in Mandarin. Most of the corrections show 400
ignoring tone differences, about 1100 with.

 I would like to stress that the estimate I posted earlier of
30,000 was an off-the-cuff estimate made by a colleague in casual
conversation. Neither of us are in any way experts on Chinese
languages, and I did not mean to give the impression that the
estimates were in any way authoritative.

 I will post a full summary soon.

--
 -Angus B. Grieve-Smith
 grvsmthuchicago.edu
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Message 3: New USC Linguistics Dissertations Available

Date: Tue, 19 Jul 1994 18:35:03 New USC Linguistics Dissertations Available
From: Jose Camacho <gsilchaph.usc.edu>
Subject: New USC Linguistics Dissertations Available


 GSIL Publications List
 Effective August 1, 1994

 Graduates Students in Linguistics (G.S.I.L.)
 Department of Linguistics
 University of Southern California
 Los Angeles, CA 90089-1693 U.S.A.

Titles available:
Dissertations:

1 Authier, J-M. Syntax of unselective binding (1988)
2 Franco, J. On object agreement in Spanish (1993)
3 Heggie, L. Syntax of copular structures (1988)
4 Katada, F. The representation of anaphoric relations in
 logical form (1990)
5 Russell, K. A Constraint-based approach to phonology and morphology (1993)
6 Roberts, I. The representation of implicit and dethematized subjects
 (1985)
7 Martinez-Gil, F. Topics in Spanish historical phonology: a non-linear
 approach (1990)

NEW TITLE:

8 Yoshimura, N. Scrambling and ahapora in Japanese (1992)

For e-mail information, please contact gsilscf.usc.edu

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