LINGUIST List 7.584

Sat Apr 20 1996

FYI: Prof of Year, Russian texts

Editor for this issue: T. Daniel Seely <>


  1., U. S. Professor of the Year Nominations
  2. "Jurij R. Lotoshko", Russian texts (kirillik)

Message 1: U. S. Professor of the Year Nominations

Date: Wed, 17 Apr 1996 19:31:26 CST
From: <>
Subject: U. S. Professor of the Year Nominations
 Someone on this list might want to honor an outstanding
 postsecondary teacher by making a nomination for the U. S.
 Professor of the Year award sponsored by the Carnegie Foundation
 for the Advancement of Teaching.

 In this program a national outstanding professor is selected from
 each of four types of postsecondary institutions:

 Research and Doctoral Universities
 Master's Universities and Colleges
 Baccalaureate Institutions
 Community Colleges

 In addition to the National Professor of the Year, Carnegie
 intends to name a State Professor of the Year in all 50 states
 and the District of Columbia. The four National Winners will each
 receive a cash award of $5,000, plus travel to the awards
 ceremony and media events in Washington, DC.

 The 1995-96 National U. S. Professors of the year are:

 Mark Taylor, Williams College
 Diane Keenan, Cerritos College
 Michael Flachmann, California State University, Bakersville
 Howard Goldberg, University of Illinois, Chicago

 The program is administered for Carnegie by the Council for
 Advancement and Support of Education (CASE), which will supply
 entry information necessary to make a nomination upon request to
 Ms. Kim Hughes, at 202 387-4973 (fax), or at e-mail

 ELIGIBILITY: An undergraduate teacher. The primary criterion is
 "extraordinary dedication to undergraduate teaching." Nominees
 will be judged on their teaching; service to students,
 institutions, community, and profession; impact on and involvement
 with undergraduate students; and support from colleagues and
 current and former undergraduate students. DEADLINE: June 4, 1996.

 Note: This is a program of the Carnegie Foundation for the
 Advancement of Teaching. ACT's interest is in giving this
 excellent program higher visibility in the hope that more people
 will learn of and nominate deserving teachers of undergraduate

 Daniel Minchew
 ACT * American College Testing 202 223-2318 - Telephone
 One Dupont Circle, NW, # 340
 Washington, DC 20036-1170 202 293-2223 - Fax
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Message 2: Russian texts (kirillik)

Date: Fri, 19 Apr 1996 10:30:40 +0400
From: "Jurij R. Lotoshko" <>
Subject: Russian texts (kirillik)
If someone is interested in a history of Russian language, I can
offer your attention the following translations of hand-written
documents of Russian characters

1) Book transitive and barter... 1679-1684
2) Copy with hand-writing order 1684
2) Book money account... 1687
3) Sheet of Kas^in customs 1747
4) ????????? 17 century (in format Word 6.a)

These documents are appendices to graduation works of the
students (philological faculty of Tver state university).

These documents (except hand-writing order 1684 - we have the
hand-written COPY from this order) were nowhere published.

Text-files in format ASCII. The schedule is simplified.

Besides there are the textual files

5) M.E.Saltykov-Scedrin. The sirs Golovlevy (640 Kb)
6) M.E.Saltykov-Scedrin. The gubernatorial essaies.
7) Textual dust (anecdotes, stories and etc.)
Updating of my personal archive Is possible.

The all texts are adapted for IBM computers and DOS 6.22
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