LINGUIST List 9.743

Mon May 18 1998

FYI: Harvard ISOKL, Distance-learning

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  1. Ik-Hwan Lee, Harvard Internation Symposium on Korean Linguistics (Harvard ISOKL)
  2. alan harris, SEMCOM:Re: update requested (fwd)

Message 1: Harvard Internation Symposium on Korean Linguistics (Harvard ISOKL)

Date: Fri, 15 May 1998 20:59:54 +0900
From: Ik-Hwan Lee <ihleebubble.yonsei.ac.kr>
Subject: Harvard Internation Symposium on Korean Linguistics (Harvard ISOKL)




 Dear Colleague:

We are pleased to inform you that an internet website has been
established for the Harvard Internation Symposium on Korean
Linguistics (Harvard ISOKL), which provides you with information about
its organization, history, future conference schedule, and style
sheet. Website: http://suny.yonsei.ac.kr/~ihlee/main_harvard.html

We will appreciate your encouraging comments and advice for the improvement of
the Symposium.

Best Wishes,
Ik-Hwan Lee/ ihleebubble.yonsei.ac.kr
Susumu Kuno/ kunohusc.harvard.edu
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Message 2: SEMCOM:Re: update requested (fwd)

Date: Sat, 16 May 1998 21:50:20 -0700 (PDT)
From: alan harris <vcspc005email.csun.edu>
Subject: SEMCOM:Re: update requested (fwd)

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SEMCOM >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>
==================================//online bulletin of the Commission on
Semiotics and Communication, National Communication Association//
[If you would like to be included in the SEMCOM list, please reply or send
a note to alan.harriscsun.edu with the command, "add SEMCOM", in the
body. tia, a.] 
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From: Simpkins Scott Keith <scottsunt.edu>

SEMIOTICS ON THE WEB

	Scott Simpkins's distance-learning course, "Critical Semiotics,"
is fully completed and student enrollment in the course is now being
accepted. It is sponsored by the Cyber Semiotic Institute which can be
accessed via the webpage of _The Semiotic Review of Books_
(http://www.chass.utoronto.ca/epc/srb).
	For enrollment or additional information, contact the instructor
at scottsunt.edu, or by phone at 940-565-2161, or by mail at:

Scott Simpkins
Department of English
P. O. Box 311307
University of North Texas
Denton, TX, USA 76203-1307

	Complete information about this course and the others offered by
the CSI can be found at the CyberRegistrar's office, also accessed at
the web address above.


Course Description - "Critical Semiotics"

	This graduate-level, distance-learning course introduces
semiotics by examining contemporary critiques of it. The lectures build
on an overview of "basic" concepts of semiotics by discussing several
prominent critics of modern semiotics. An analysis of James Thurber's
short story, "The Catbird Seat," is used as a conclusion to demonstrate
potential applications of the techniques and principles associated with
semiotic analysis.
	The lectures discuss M. A. K. Halliday, Umberto Eco,
James Carse, John Stewart, Jean-Francois Lyotard, Michel Foucault, Jacques
Derrida, Robert Hodge and Gunther Kress, Roland Barthes, Julia Kristeva,
Deleuze and Guattari, A. J. Greimas, Floyd Merrell, and others.


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 Alan C. Harris, Ph. D. TELNOS: main off: 818-677-2853
 Professor, Communication/Linguistics direct off: 818-677-2874
 Department of Communication Studies
 California State University, Northridge home: 818-366-3165
 COMMS-8257 CSUN FAX: 818-677-2663 
 Northridge, CA 91330-8257 INTERNET email: ALAN.HARRISCSUN.EDU 
 WWW homepage: http://www.csun.edu/~vcspc005
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