LINGUIST List 8.1191

Sun Aug 17 1997

FYI: Language Australia, Obituary

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  1. Joseph Lo Bianco, new contact details
  2. A.F. GUPTA, John Pellowe -- obit

Message 1: new contact details

Date: Fri, 15 Aug 1997 11:57:02 +1000
From: Joseph Lo Bianco <joelnllia.gov.au>
Subject: new contact details

Dear colleagues,

Please note that Language Australia is now located with the new Research
Centre for Language and Literacy Policy at the Australian National
Univeristy. Address and contact numbers below.
Joseph Lo Bianco

PLEASE NOTE NEW CONTACT DETAILS BELOW:

Chief Executive
Language Australia: The National Languages and Literacy Institute of Australia
Professorial Fellow, Faculty of Education, University of Wollongong

Language Australia c/- The Australian National University Canberra ACT 0200

Tel: (61) 6 279 8978
Fax: (61) 6 279 8980

email: joelnllia.gov.au











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Message 2: John Pellowe -- obit

Date: Fri, 15 Aug 1997 14:35:54 GMT
From: A.F. GUPTA <engafgARTS-01.NOVELL.LEEDS.AC.UK>
Subject: John Pellowe -- obit

The sociolinguist Dr John Pellowe died of cancer on 12 August 1997, in 
Melbourne, Australia. His partner, Julie Bradshaw, has asked me to 
put this notice on the LINGUIST list for his many friends around the 
world who read it.

In the early 70s John was one of the founders of the Tyneside 
Linguistic Survey, based at the University of Newcastle upon Tyne. 
He has taught in a number of countries -- the UK, Libya, China, Singapore, 
and Australia, and was most recently at Hong Kong Polytechnic 
University. 

If we want to commemorate his death we might want to have a glass of 
wine in memory of him. He asked that any donations in his memory 
be made to Greenpeace.
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Anthea Fraser GUPTA : http://www.leeds.ac.uk/english/$staff/afg
School of English
University of Leeds
LEEDS LS2 9JT
UK
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