LINGUIST List 8.1597

Fri Nov 7 1997

FYI: New List for Slavic, New List for Spanish Langs

Editor for this issue: James German <jameslinguistlist.org>


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  1. Danko Sipka, New list: Formal Desription of Slavic Languages
  2. jherron, new linguistics list - CA/DA in Spanish, Catalan

Message 1: New list: Formal Desription of Slavic Languages

Date: Thu, 6 Nov 1997 11:58:25 +0100 (MET)
From: Danko Sipka <sipkadanhum.amu.edu.pl>
Subject: New list: Formal Desription of Slavic Languages

Slavic Department of the Adam Mickiewicz University
has started a new discussion list

FDSL (Formal Description of Slavic Languages)

The list is intended to be a forum for linguists specializing in
formal description of Slavic languages. Participants are kindly asked
to keep within this topic. In particular one should restrain from
chatting, complaining about their job status, status of their
Department, expressing their political views or attitudes, etc. If the
group stays within its intended topic, there will be no need to
moderate it.

To subscribe:

send to: LISTSERVmath.amu.edu.pl
in the body of your message: SUBSCRIBE FDSL Name Surname


The discussion list FDSL (Formal Description of Slavic Languages)
operates under Listserv. In order to get the list of commands you
can 

send to: LISTSERVmath.amu.edu.pl
in the body of your message: HELP

All messages are archived and they are available at:

http://www.amu.edu.pl/siec/listserv/fdsl

If you have any problems with any of these commands or you have
questions about the list, send mail to:

sipkadanhum.amu.edu.pl or D.Sipkatranexp.com (Danko Sipka)


Danko Sipka
Slavic Department
Adam Mickiewicz University, Poznan, Poland
sipkadanhum.amu.edu.pl
http://www.amu.edu.pl/~sipkadan/ja.htm
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Message 2: new linguistics list - CA/DA in Spanish, Catalan

Date: Thu, 6 Nov 97 10:37:45 -0500
From: jherron <jherronumich.edu>
Subject: new linguistics list - CA/DA in Spanish, Catalan

I wanted quickly to call the attention of the members of Linguist to a
new general discussion list, <conversa>, for people working in
conversation analysis or discourse analysis in Spanish, Catalan, and
Galego. A more detailed description of the list is included below.
Please note the list discussions are conducted in Spanish and,
sometimes, Catalan.

Persons interested in joining <convsersa> should message me at
jherronumich.edu and I will add them.

Sincerely,

James Herron
Department of Anthropology
University of Michigan

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La lista de discusion electronica <conversa> esta dirigida a
promocionar la comunicacion entre personas interesadas en el estudio y
analisis de la interaccion conversacional cara-a-cara en castellano
(espanol), catalan y galego/portugues. Sus objetivos son:

- Promocionar el conocimiento mutuo de los proyectos de investigacion
que se desarrollan en distintos lugares y ambitos dentro del campo de
estudio.

- Promocionar la difusion de los trabajos que se realizan, la
colaboracion y el intercambio entre personas de distintintas
disciplinas, lugares geograficos y orientaciones
teorico-metodologicas, que comparten el inter es por este campo de
estudio.

- Desarrollar y estimular debates teoricos y metodologicos relativos a
estos tipos de analisis.

- Establecer una red de apoyo y asesoria mutua para las personas que
se estan iniciando en este campo.

- Difundir informacion sobre publicaciones, reuniones y congresos,
etc., relativas a este campo de estudio.

<Conversa> esta abierta

- a cualquier perspectiva teorica y metodologica para el estudio y
analisis de la interaccion conversacional cara-a-cara:
etnometodologicas, etnograficas, sociolinguisticas, pragmaticas, etc.;

- al estudio de la interaccion conversacional en todo tipo de ambito:
conversacion cotidiana, entornos institucionales abiertos o cerrados,
datos 'naturales' o de situaciones en las que interviene el
investigador, etc.

- a la participacion de cualquier persona interesada,
independientemente de su estatus academico, origen disciplinar o
posicion en cuanto a los temas de interes.

Precisamente uno de los objetivos principales de la lista es
reflexionar y discutir sobre la diversidad, desde la diversidad.

Los idiomas que se hablan en <conversa> son el castellano (espanol),
el catalan y el gallego/portugues, admitiendose excepcionalmente
contribuciones en otras lenguas."
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