LINGUIST List 6.79

Fri 20 Jan 1995

Qs: E.H. Tuttle, German /tS/, Nupe, Undergraduate outside U.S.

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  1. "Xulio C. Sousa Fernandez", About E.H. Tuttle
  2. "Larry Trask", Query: German /tS/ (tsch)
  3. Annabel Cormack, Nupe
  4. Mary Des Chene, Query: Undergraduate linguistics outside U.S.

Message 1: About E.H. Tuttle

Date: Thu, 19 Jan 1995 17:25:30 About E.H. Tuttle
From: "Xulio C. Sousa Fernandez" <fgxsousausc.es>
Subject: About E.H. Tuttle

I'm looking for information about E. H. Tuttle, a deceased Yale
University professor. He wrote an article in Modern Philology n.4 (1906):
"Galician G".
Who was E. H. Tuttle?
How did he know the Galician Language?
Did he write other articles or books?

Thanks in advance.

Xulio Sousa F.
University of Santiago
Galicia, Spain
E-mail: fgxsousausc.es
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Message 2: Query: German /tS/ (tsch)

Date: Thu, 19 Jan 1995 11:17:42 Query: German /tS/ (tsch)
From: "Larry Trask" <larrytcogs.susx.ac.uk>
Subject: Query: German /tS/ (tsch)

Is German /tS/, as in (tschu"s) and <deutsch>, best regarded as a
single segment or as a sequence? The sources I've consulted are
mostly noncommittal, and the two that do take a position disagree.

Larry Trask
COGS
University of Sussex
Brighton BN1 9QH
England

larrytcogs.susx.ac.uk
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Message 3: Nupe

Date: Thu, 19 Jan 1995 10:58:07 Nupe
From: Annabel Cormack <annabellinguistics.ucl.ac.uk>
Subject: Nupe

Wanted: Native speaker of NUPE (Northern Nigeria) to help with syntactic
research. The closer to London (England) the better.
Please contact: Neil Smith (Neilling.ucl.ac.uk)
 or: Annabel Cormack (Annabelling.ucl.ac.uk)

 Yi e wa nupenci ebo yi a ma nupe yi ta
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Message 4: Query: Undergraduate linguistics outside U.S.

Date: Thu, 19 Jan 1995 21:17:06 Query: Undergraduate linguistics outside U.S.
From: Mary Des Chene <mdeschencc.brynmawr.edu>
Subject: Query: Undergraduate linguistics outside U.S.

I have a student doing an independent major in linguistics who wants to do
a semester abroad (i.e., outside U.S.) in the fall of 1995. She is
especially interested in a university with significant offerings in
sociolinguistics. Any suggestions? Please respond directly to
mdeschencc.brynmawr.edu

Mary Des Chene
Dept. of Anthropology
Bryn Mawr College
Bryn Mawr PA 19010
mdeschencc.brynmawr.edu
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