LINGUIST List 8.223

Mon Feb 17 1997

FYI: Studentships, Phonetic font

Editor for this issue: Ann Dizdar <annlinguistlist.org>


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  1. Li Wei, Studentships
  2. Henry Rogers, New Phonetic Font

Message 1: Studentships

Date: Mon, 17 Feb 1997 14:27:48 GMT0BST
From: Li Wei <Li.Weinewcastle.ac.uk>
Subject: Studentships

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Postgraduate Studentships
at Department of Speech
University of Newcastle upon Tyne, UK

Applications are invited for TWO full-time studentships for the MA in
Applied Linguistics & Bilingualism programme (12 months) and
competitions for PhD studentships (3 years). Full details can be found
at:

http://www.ncl.ac.uk/~nspeech/esrcphd.htm
an
http://www.ncl.ac.uk/~nspeech/esrcma.ht

For further details, please contact, Dr Li Wei, Director of 
Postgraduate Studies, Department of Speech, University of Newcastle 
upon Tyne, UK, NE1 7RU, Fax: +44 191 222 6518
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Message 2: New Phonetic Font

Date: Mon, 17 Feb 1997 10:03:35 +0000
From: Henry Rogers <rogerschass.utoronto.ca>
Subject: New Phonetic Font


IPAPhon is a family of four fonts with the full set of IPA symbols
(1996 revision). IPAPhon allows entry of regular text and phonetic
symbols without changing fonts. It is an attractive serif font with
roman, italic, and bold versions. An additional pi-font contains the
symbols of the extIPA and VoQS proposals for transcribing disordered
speech, as well as diacritics to fit narrow and wide symbols, and
other useful symbols. In total, there are almost 400
symbols. Extensive documentation makes it easy to find the symbol you
need. IPAPhon is available in Macintosh and Windows versions.

 http://www.chass.utoronto.ca/~rogers/


- 
Henry Rogers rogerschass.utoronto.ca
http://www.chass.utoronto.ca/~rogers
Dept. of Linguistics vox: (416-) 978-1769
University of Toronto	 fax: (416-) 971-2688
Toronto, Ont., M5S 3H1, Canada
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