LINGUIST List 6.1522

Tue Oct 31 1995

FYI: WWW pages, Colloquium

Editor for this issue: T. Daniel Seely <dseelyemunix.emich.edu>


Directory

  1. Gregor Hens, Germanic Philology WWW
  2. "Caoimhin P. ODonnaile", European minority languages WWW page
  3. Mark Brand, Colloquim Announcement

Message 1: Germanic Philology WWW

Date: Sun, 29 Oct 1995 14:48:45 Germanic Philology WWW
From: Gregor Hens <hens.1osu.edu>
Subject: Germanic Philology WWW

NEW WEB SITE:

The Society for Germanic Philology (SGP) has established a World Wide
Web site with the following URL:

http://www.cohums.ohio-state.edu/german/sgp/

The SGP embraces all areas of and approaches to Germanic linguistics
and philology, from formal syntax and phonology, semantics and
morphology, through historical linguistics to textual editing and
paleography. We welcome scholars interested in Modern German,
Netherlandic, Yiddish and Scandinavian, and, of course, the older
Germanic dialects. Visit our web site to find out more!

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Message 2: European minority languages WWW page

Date: Sun, 29 Oct 1995 22:22:13 European minority languages WWW page
From: "Caoimhin P. ODonnaile" <caoimhinsmo.uhi.ac.uk>
Subject: European minority languages WWW page

Sorry, to anyone who tried and failed to access our
"European minority languages" page. The addresses I gave should have been:

 http://www.smo.uhi.ac.uk/saoghal/mion-chanain/Failte_en.html (English)
 http://www.smo.uhi.ac.uk/saoghal/mion-chanain/ (Scottish Gaelic)

i.e. hyphen (-) in place of underline (_).

 Kevin Donnelly (feeling really stupid)
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Message 3: Colloquim Announcement

Date: Mon, 30 Oct 1995 19:55:51 Colloquim Announcement
From: Mark Brand <brandmacf2.NYU.EDU>
Subject: Colloquim Announcement

New York University Department of Linguistics
Fall 1995 Colloquium Series

October 20	Katya Zubritskaya, NYU
	"Internal and External Factors in Sound Change"

November 6	Pieter Muysken, University of Amsterdam
	"Bilingual Verbs: Selection or Adjunction?"
	 5:00 pm

November 10	Friederike Moltmann, CUNY
	"Quantifier Domains and Intensional Verbs"

November 17	Stephen Seegmiller, Montclair State
	"The Structure of American Sign Language"

December 1	Susan Pintzuk, University of York
	"Grammatical Competition in the History of English"

December 8	Edwin Williams, Princeton
	"Ellipsis"

Location: 	NYU, Dept. of Linguistics
		719 Broadway, 5th Floor

Time:	Friday, 4:00 pm (except for Prof. Muysken's talk on Monday, November
6th at 5:00 pm)

Directions: Located on Broadway between Waverly Place and Washington Place,
2 blocks east of Washington Square Park. Enter from street at 715 Broadway,
take right elevator bank to 5th floor.

>From Penn Station or Port Authority Bus Terminal, take A, C, or E downtown.
>From Grand Central Station, take 6 downtown.

Nearby subway stops:	6 to Astor Place station
		R to 8th St. station
		A, C, E, B, D, F, Q to West 4th St. station
		1, 9 to Sheridan Square station.

Information: 	 212-998-7950	E-mail: linguisticsnyu.edu
Mark Brand <brandmacf2.nyu.edu>
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