LINGUIST List 7.483

Fri Mar 29 1996

FYI: New Web Page (metaphor), East European lg courses

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  1. Zazie Todd, New Web Page (metaphor)
  2. ANNA FENYVESI, East European language courses, summer 1996

Message 1: New Web Page (metaphor)

Date: Fri, 29 Mar 1996 15:51:37 GMT
From: Zazie Todd <kztpsyc.nott.ac.uk>
Subject: New Web Page (metaphor)

The Metaphor and Metonymy Group at Nottingham has a web page at

http://www.psyc.nott.ac.uk/met/metaphor.html

As well as information about the group, it includes details of
conferences, abstracts of papers, and two documents by Brigitte
Nerlich giving an overview of the field. We hope people interested in
metaphor and metonymy (from a developmental, diachronic, cognitive,
rhetorical etc. perspective) can use our web site to exchange news and
views.

Zazie Todd

Zazie Todd "Ich stapfe durch den Dreck bedeutende
Dept of Psychology Metaphern
University Park Meta, Meta, Meta fuer meter
Nottingham NG7 2RD mit Gesten viel zu breit
UK fuer die Interimsliebenden."
Tel. 0115 951 5328 (EN)
email: kztpsyc.nott.ac.uk http://www.psyc.nott.ac.uk/met/metaphor.html
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Message 2: East European language courses, summer 1996

Date: Fri, 29 Mar 1996 11:34:59 -0400
From: ANNA FENYVESI <FENYVESIvms.cis.pitt.edu>
Subject: East European language courses, summer 1996
Dear LINGUISTS,

Please find information concerning summer intensive courses of East
European languages offered at the University of Pittsburgh this
summer.

NB: Please respond to the e-mail address given below, and not to my
address (although I can answer questions about the content of the
Hungarian course -- all other questions should be directed to the
address below.)

Thanks!

Anna Fenyvesi
Dept. of Ling., Univ. of Pittsburgh

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	University of Pittsburgh

S U M M E R L A N G U A G E I N S T I T U T E S

Six-week intensive courses in East-European languages,
June 24 - August 2, 1996:

- Beginning Bulgarian
- Beginning Croatian
- Beginning Hungarian
- Beginning Romanian
- Beginning Ukrainian
- Beginning, Intermediate Slovak
- Beginning, Intermediate Polish


Eight-week intensive Russian program, June 10 - August 2, 1996:

- Beginning (1st-year) Russian
- Intermediate (2nd-year) Russian
- Advanced (3rd-year) Russian
- Fourth-year Russian

* 5 hours daily, 5 days a week
* Air-conditioned dormitory and classrooms
* Modern coputer and audio labs
* Cultural and social activities

Classes are subject to minimum enrollment.
A limited number of scholarships is available.
Scholarship deadline: April 10, 1996.

For information and application materials:
	
	Dova Wilson, Coordinator
	Summer Language Programs
	Department of Slavic Languages
	1417 Cathedral of Learning
	University of Pittsburgh
	Pittsburgh, PA 15260
	(412) 624-5906
	slavic+pitt.edu
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