LINGUIST List 6.1694

Sat Dec 2 1995

Qs: Pragmatics, Language Maps, Native American Lang Courses

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  1. Kara Harp Okulu Yabanci Dil Bolumu , WRITTEN SOURCE ON PRAGMATICS
  2. Greg Iverson, Language maps
  3. "Jonathan B. Alcantara", Request for info about Native American language courses

Message 1: WRITTEN SOURCE ON PRAGMATICS

Date: Sat, 02 Dec 1995 14:21:00 WRITTEN SOURCE ON PRAGMATICS
From: Kara Harp Okulu Yabanci Dil Bolumu <yabdilata.kho.edu.tr>
Subject: WRITTEN SOURCE ON PRAGMATICS


 Does anyone know a transitional book(s)on the theory of
pragmatics, which is between Grice's classical theory and
Sperber&Wilson's "Relevance"?or How has the theory of pragmatics
changed from Grice to Sperber&Wilson?

 I would be grateful for those who may be of great help to
me. Thanks in advance.
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Message 2: Language maps

Date: Sat, 02 Dec 1995 08:52:36 Language maps
From: Greg Iverson <iversoncsd.uwm.edu>
Subject: Language maps


A colleague in Anthropology is wondering what maps might be available
showing the distribution of languages by family and region,
particularly for Africa. She would appreciate any tips on language
maps being directed by email to:

	yinkacsd.uwm.edu
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Message 3: Request for info about Native American language courses

Date: Sat, 02 Dec 1995 21:00:09 Request for info about Native American language courses
From: "Jonathan B. Alcantara" <jonling.demon.co.uk>
Subject: Request for info about Native American language courses

I am posting this message on behalf of a University of Cambridge
language student that is not on the list. He is looking for a course
or program in which he could learn a Native American language,
preferably taking place during school holidays. He is most interested
in Navajo, but will welcome any information offered. Do not respond to
the address of the poster but rather to:

 Richard Hudson : rph20hermes.cam.ac.uk

Thanks.
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