LINGUIST List 7.303

Tue Feb 27 1996

Qs: XVth Lx Congress, Gender& Conflict talk, Lx Encyclopedia

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  1. Tom Mylne, Q: Proc of XVth Lx Congress
  2. Ingrid Kristine Hasund, gender and conflict talk
  3. John Verhaar, Linguistics Encyclopedia

Message 1: Q: Proc of XVth Lx Congress

Date: Mon, 26 Feb 1996 20:38:04 +1000
From: Tom Mylne <mylnelingua.cltr.uq.oz.au>
Subject: Q: Proc of XVth Lx Congress

Can anyone tell me if the Proceedings of the XVth International
Congress of Linguistics, Quebec, 1992 are yet available, and if so,
where from? All I have is a reference to the proceedings as
`forthcoming'. Please reply to mylnelingua.cltr.uq.oz.au.

Tom Mylne
University of Queensland
Brisbane, Australia
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Message 2: gender and conflict talk

Date: Tue, 27 Feb 1996 10:07:34 +0100
From: Ingrid Kristine Hasund <ingrid.hasundeng.uib.no>
Subject: gender and conflict talk

Dear fellow linguists,

I am doing research on gender differences in conflict talk, with focus
on the verbal disputes of London teenage girls. I would like to
receive information about ongoing research on this subject. I am also
interested in current literature on gender and conflict talk
(published after 1990).

All responses are gratefully received.


Ingrid Kristine Hasund email: ingrid.hasundeng.uib.no
English department
University of Bergen
Norway
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Message 3: Linguistics Encyclopedia

Date: 27 Feb 1996 01:08:40 EST
From: John Verhaar <101457.3114compuserve.com>
Subject: Linguistics Encyclopedia

Would anyone have information on the following?

In the late 80s I was invited by the Editor of a Linguistics
Encyclopedia to do a paper on "Copula". I did, with a paper "Copulas
and congeners". In July 1991 I was sent proofs by Allied Publishers in
New Delhi, who were producing the book. I did the proofs, returned
them, and never heard anything from either Editor or Publisher,
although I have written to them several times over the last few years.
	Did this Encyclopedia ever appear? I would be grateful for any
information, at my email address. anyone may have.

John Verhaar
verhaarrullet. leidenuniv.nl
or (better)
101457,3114compuserve.com
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