LINGUIST List 7.498

Wed Apr 3 1996

Qs: Conf. in Prague, Japanese, I. Papadopoulos

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  1. Valeri Belianine, looking for conf. in Prague
  2. Valeri Belianine, japaneese
  3. Nick Nicholas, Q: Looking for a linguist

Message 1: looking for conf. in Prague

Date: Sun, 31 Mar 1996 14:51:00 +0300
From: Valeri Belianine <fortunaglas.apc.org>
Subject: looking for conf. in Prague

MSG: Dear Linguist members! I am looking for information about summer
conference in Prague about READING - International Reading
Association. I am working in the sphere of bibliopsychology and for me
it is rather important to get information about conference in Prague
that will take place this summer 1996. Thank you in advance. Valeri
Belianine. :) <end>
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Message 2: japaneese

Date: Sun, 31 Mar 1996 14:49:00 +0300
From: Valeri Belianine <fortunaglas.apc.org>
Subject: japaneese
To: Multiple recipients of list LINGUIST

MSG: Dear Linguist members! I am looking for Japanese investigator who
will be interested in cooperation with rather a young (40 y.o., male),
but full professor of psycholinguistics from Moscow. Some fund has
announced for studentship for Russian investigators to work in
Japan. I have a colleague in Japan (Tokyo) but it seems to me that he
has changed his address. And when I find him I shall get the
recommendation but it may bee too late. Will You please help me and
agree to cooperate.

SUMMARY: 17 years of varied experience in teaching foreigners Russian
language. Delivering lectures in methodology of teaching Russian as a
foreign language and psycholinguistics. More than 35 articles, a
scientific monograph, and two dictionaries are published. More than 45
speeches at different conferences. D.Litt (full doctor) in the theory
of linguistics (general linguistics, psycholinguistics). PROFESSIONAL
INTEREST: Psycholinguistics, cognitive linguistics, theory of
literature, bibliopsychology, language personality, psychiatric
linguistics, language game, lexicography, teaching of Russian as a
foreign language. LANGUAGE COMPETENCE: Russian (native), English
(fluent), Swahili (fluent), Spanish (average), Polish (poor). The
deadline is in May. Thank you in advance. Valeri Belianine. :) <end>
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Message 3: Q: Looking for a linguist

Date: Wed, 03 Apr 1996 01:26:10 GMT
From: Nick Nicholas <s_nickneduserv.its.unimelb.edu.au>
Subject: Q: Looking for a linguist
I'm looking for a linguist in the UK; my search through the various on-line
indices has proved unsuccessful. Her name is Iris Papadopoulos, and she
completed a PhD dissertation in 1995 on Modern Greek complementation
at the University of Essex. I've been
informed she's working somewhere in the UK, but I haven't found out where
yet. If anyone out there has an email or institutional contact address
for Dr Papadopoulos, I'd be very grateful.

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 Nick Nicholas. The Nonce and Future Linguist. University of Melbourne.
 s_nickneduserv.its.unimelb.edu.au <http://www.cs.mu.oz.au/~nsn>;
 (FORMERLY nsnspeech.language.unimelb.edu.au; please update!)
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