LINGUIST List 7.1365

Wed Oct 2 1996

FYI: Hist of syntax, Hispanic ling at UofT URL, O-Hayo Sensei

Editor for this issue: Ann Dizdar <dizdartam2000.tamu.edu>


Directory

  1. Davisjosaol.com, History of syntax
  2. Jerzy Kowal, FYI: New Web Site: Hispanic Linguistics at UofT
  3. editorohayosensei.com, Teaching Jobs in Japan: O-Hayo Sensei #17 Now Available

Message 1: History of syntax

Date: Sat, 28 Sep 1996 15:42:58 EDT
From: Davisjosaol.com <Davisjosaol.com>
Subject: History of syntax

About a year ago (during the summer lull) I offered to mail out a
brief History of Syntax I've compiled of the original texts (with
translations of Greek and Latin) of some of the short gems or turning
points since antiquity. Here's a repeat offer. Just send a stamped
(if US) addressed envelope to Joseph Davis, 265 W. 93 St., Apt. 2, New
York, NY 10025. To be clear: these are just very brief quotations
from the classics (e.g., Aristotle, Thrax, Port-Royal, Saussure,
Chomsky, Diver). E-mail transmission is not possible because of
foreign characters. Joseph Davis
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Message 2: FYI: New Web Site: Hispanic Linguistics at UofT

Date: Sun, 29 Sep 1996 19:11:26 EDT
From: Jerzy Kowal <jkowalchass.utoronto.ca>
Subject: FYI: New Web Site: Hispanic Linguistics at UofT

			New Web Site.


The Linguistics Section of the Department of Spanish and Portuguese at
the University of Toronto (Canada) is pleased to announce that it has
just launched its new Web Site. Its new URL is as follows:


 http://www.chass.utoronto.ca/spanish_portuguese/hispling.html


The Department of Spanish and Portuguese at the University of Toronto
is the only Canadian university to offer graduate studies (MA and PhD)
in Hispanic Linguistics. The newly created web page for the linguistic
section provides information about its academic activities, graduate
programs and it is aiming to become a Canadian forum for Hispanic
Linguistics. Though basically concerned with linguistic topics related
to Spanish and other Iberic languages, this site also aims to broaden
theoretical horizons comprising the functional nature of language,
contact of Spanish with Amerindian languages, typological approaches
to one-language studies, and more! The Hispanic Linguistics site
offers an extensive set of links to other sites on the web, not only
in Hispanic Linguistics, but in Language Typology, Spanish Applied
Linguistics and Linguistics in General.

Come and visit us. Let us know if you would like to be linked to our web
pages. Your feedback is welcome at


 hisplingchass.utoronto.ca


We apologize if this announcement has been crossed-posted.



Jerzy Kowal
Spanish & Portuguese
University of Toronto
Toronto, Canada
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Message 3: Teaching Jobs in Japan: O-Hayo Sensei #17 Now Available

Date: Wed, 02 Oct 1996 07:35:10 -0800
From: editorohayosensei.com <editorohayosensei.com>
Subject: Teaching Jobs in Japan: O-Hayo Sensei #17 Now Available
The current issue (#17) of O-Hayo Sensei, the free bi-weekly
newsletter of (English) teaching jobs in Japan is now available.


Contents of 1996 #17 (10/1/96):

Sixteen New Teaching Positions
(Miyazaki Medical College, Oliya International House, K&F English
Academy, Aim English Studio, Oliya International House, Crossroads
Ltd. and others)

Fukuoka JALT Internet Workshop

Asia-Related Internet Resources

The Classifieds


The current issue is available free via e-mail as a text-only document
(about 34K), by sending a message with ONLY this EXACT text string in
the body:

 get issue 1996no17

to ONLY this address:

 issueohayosensei.com

O-Hayo Sensei will be e-mailed back within a few hours.


Or, visit the WWW site for a preview:
 http://www.ohayosensei.com


Good luck!


Lynn Cullivan
Editor, O-Hayo Sensei
editorohayosensei.com
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