LINGUIST List 7.1816

Mon Dec 23 1996

Qs: Parsers, Discourse lists, PIE /a/

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  1. Anne Sing, parser addresses
  2. pkbdg, wanted maillists for CA, discourse analysis, ethnomethodology
  3. Steven Schaufele, presence/absence of /a/ in PIE

Message 1: parser addresses

Date: Fri, 20 Dec 1996 16:29:41 -1000
From: Anne Sing <anneshtdc.org>
Subject: parser addresses

Aloha,

I'm interested in linguistics and NLP. Could anyone advise addresses
of parsers on the web?
Thanks and happy holidays.
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Message 2: wanted maillists for CA, discourse analysis, ethnomethodology

Date: Sat, 21 Dec 1996 09:20:12 GMT
From: pkbdg <pkbdgibm.net>
Subject: wanted maillists for CA, discourse analysis, ethnomethodology

Dear Linguist-Listers,
does anyone know of or is subscribed to maillists or newsgroups, which
specially deal with
sociolinguistics,
conversational analysis,
discourse analysis,
ethnomethodology and/or
questions of inter/crosscultural communication.
Hints to respective webpages are also much appreciated.
Thanks

Peter Kistler
German Department, Faculty of Letters,
Universitas Padjadjaran
Bandung, Indonesia
pkbdgibm.net
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Message 3: presence/absence of /a/ in PIE

Date: Sun, 22 Dec 1996 17:48:57 -0600 (CST)
From: Steven Schaufele <fcoswsprairienet.org>
Subject: presence/absence of /a/ in PIE


(I'm posting this query in the Indo-European and the
historical-linguistics lists as well. Apologies for duplication)

Has anything been published since Lubotsky's 1989 paper on whether
Proto-Indo-European had a low vowel (/a/)? I've just recently become
concerned about this issue, but not being a phoneticist/phonologist have
probably missed something.

Please reply to me directly; in case of sufficient interest, i'll
summarize in LINGUIST.

Best,
Steven
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Dr. Steven Schaufele
712 West Washington
Urbana, IL 61801
217-344-8240
fcoswsprairienet.org
http://www.prairienet.org/~fcosws/homepage.html

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