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Linguistic Semantics



Date Submitted: 13-Sep-2004
From: Bernadine Raiskums
Subject: Linguistic Semantics
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Institution/Organization: Union Institute and University

Notice: Dear fellow linguislist members,

I have been a member about one year since deciding to include linguistics -
specifically linguistic semantics - in my doctoral studies through Union
Institute and University www.tui.edu. You may recognize this as "the
university without walls" in which each learner must develop his/her own
curriculum and course/module syllibi. I am working on the linguistics module
and dearly need support from someone willing to review my draft module for
adequacy of doctoral-level scholarship, and subsequently to review my
demonstration of learning for adequacy. There is no allowance for monetary
compensation associated with this position. If someone out there is willing,
or even interested, to support me in this work (about one month time-frame)
please respond and I will send more information about myself and my program.

Sincerely,
Bernadine Raiskums in Anchorage, Alaska
berna@gci.net