LINGUIST List 9.946

Wed Jun 24 1998

FYI: Spanish conf, New journal, New discussion list

Editor for this issue: Brett Churchill <brettlinguistlist.org>


Directory

  1. Ana Roca, Spanish in the United States Conference Preliminary Announcement
  2. Sharon Denness, Announcement - Le Journal
  3. Andres Pablo Salanova, New mailing list for South American indigenous languages

Message 1: Spanish in the United States Conference Preliminary Announcement

Date: Tue, 23 Jun 1998 07:27:29 -0700
From: Ana Roca <anarocaherald.infi.net>
Subject: Spanish in the United States Conference Preliminary Announcement

Preliminary Announcement

The SPANISH IN THE UNITED STATES CONFERENCE is being planned for the
following dates: March 11,12,13, 1999, to take place in Miami-Dade
County, in Coral Gables and Miami.

Hotel and other conference arrangements are currently underway with the
David Williams Hotel in cooperation with The Biltmore (Coral Gables).

Please mark your calendars. A formal "Call for papers" will be issued
soon and all on the mailing list who attended this year's conference at
the University of New Mexico will be receiving the hard copy of the
"Call for Papers" in the regular mail.

Professor Ana Roca
Department of Modern Languages
Florida International University
Miami, FL 33199
305-348-2046
rocaafiu.edu
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Message 2: Announcement - Le Journal

Date: Tue, 23 Jun 1998 13:51:50 +0100
From: Sharon Denness <sharon.dennessequipe.co.uk>
Subject: Announcement - Le Journal

We are pleased to announce that Le Journal, the record of Human
Language Technologies is now live on the web and can be accessed at

		http://www.linglink.lu/lejournal/ 

Applying technology to solve problems is the focus of Le Journal.
This e-journal will inform you of the landscape, where innovation
meets market need. Highlighting the application of LT and related
business opportunities, Le Journal will provide new insight for
developers and marketers of language-enhanced products and services.

There is a button on the home page for any comments you may wish to
send us. In the meantime, we hope you find the journal useful,
instructive and enjoyable.

Julie Ellis
Production co-ordinator
Julie Ellis
Production co-ordinator
Le Journal - Tracking Language Technology news
http://www.linglink.lu/lejournal/
phone/fax +44-01342 327 709


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Merlin Place, Milton Road, Cambridge CB4 4DP, UK
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Message 3: New mailing list for South American indigenous languages

Date: Wed, 24 Jun 1998 20:17:44 -0300 (EST)
From: Andres Pablo Salanova <kaitireunicamp.br>
Subject: New mailing list for South American indigenous languages


 ==== LING-AMERINDIA ====
 DISCUSSION LIST FOR SOUTH AMERICAN INDIGENOUS LANGUAGES

	The LING-AMERINDIA list was proposed at the Indigenous langages 
workgroup at the XIII National Congress of the Brazilian Association of 
Graduate Programs in linguistics. It is intended for open discussion of 
problems in the description and analysis of syntax, morphology, 
phonology and lexicon of South American indigenous languages.
	Postings should preferably be in Spanish or Portuguese. All 
postings will be archived and will shortly be accessible through
anonymous FTP and WWW.

	To subscribe, send an e-mail message with SUBSCRIBE in the first 
line of the body to LING-AMERINDIA-requestunicamp.br. Postings should be 
sent to LING-AMERINDIAunicamp.br.


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