LINGUIST List 9.1739

Tue Dec 8 1998

Qs: Color Terms, Anthropological Linguistics Text

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  1. tatyana venkel, Colour terms in English and American literature
  2. Hassan Rashid Shuqair Abd-el-Jawad, Anthropological Linguistics Text

Message 1: Colour terms in English and American literature

Date: Sat, 05 Dec 1998 08:08:25 PST
From: tatyana venkel <tavenkhotmail.com>
Subject: Colour terms in English and American literature


I'll be very grateful to everyone who shares the information or
references on the problem of using colour terms in the English and
American literature of the 19th-20th century (especially detective
stories). I'll readily share all the information and research results
I've already obtained on this problem. Please contact with me on the
following address: tavenkhotmail.com
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Message 2: Anthropological Linguistics Text

Date: Tue, 08 Dec 1998 12:28:08 +0400
From: Hassan Rashid Shuqair Abd-el-Jawad <hshuqairsqu.edu.om>
Subject: Anthropological Linguistics Text

Dear Colleagues,
I am an associate prof. in linguistics, currently teaching at the
department of English/ Sultan Qaboos Univ., in OMAN. I am asked to teach
(in the Spring term) an undergraduate course in "Anthropological
linguistics" but I have little material for the course. In fact, I am
looking for a suitable text and/or a collection of articles, studies,
etc. which may fit. I will appreciate it if you can kindly provide me
with your suggestions, publications, or any relevant information.Thanks,

Hassan
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