LINGUIST List 6.1339

Mon Oct 2 1995

Qs: Post-grad courses, Naolanese, Navajo writing system

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  1. Salla K Kurhila, Post-grad. courses in Britain?
  2. Alexis Manaster Ramer, Q; Naolanese
  3. wachal robert s, Navajo writing system

Message 1: Post-grad. courses in Britain?

Date: Sat, 30 Sep 1995 13:57:52 Post-grad. courses in Britain?
From: Salla K Kurhila <skurhilacc.helsinki.fi>
Subject: Post-grad. courses in Britain?

Query for information about post-grad. courses in British universities

I would be very interested in doing some post graduate studying in the
UK next year. I'm interested in the communication between a native
speaker and a non-native speaker, and the method I'm most familiar with
is conversation analysis.

Are there universities in the UK which have good courses on the
intercultural communication, or which would do research on the interaction
between a native speaker and a non-native speaker?

I would be grateful of any information; kindly answer to
skurhilakruuna.helsinki.fi
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Message 2: Q; Naolanese

Date: Fri, 29 Sep 1995 09:12:59 Q; Naolanese
From: Alexis Manaster Ramer <amrCS.Wayne.EDU>
Subject: Q; Naolanese

In 1947 Weitlaner briefly described a language spoken in the village of
Naolan, Tamaulipas, Mexico, which Swadesh later sought to relate to
some of the "Gulf" and Hokan languages. I am wondering if anybody
knows anything else about this language.
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Message 3: Navajo writing system

Date: Sun, 01 Oct 1995 09:01:31 Navajo writing system
From: wachal robert s <rwachalblue.weeg.uiowa.edu>
Subject: Navajo writing system

Does Navajo have a writing system, and, if so, how old is it?

Bob Wachal

robert-wachaluiowa.edu
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