LINGUIST List 11.1132

Fri May 19 2000

FYI: ESSLLI XII,Russian-Circassian Lexical Parallels

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  1. Ahti-Veikko J Pietarinen, The Twelfth European Summer School in Logic, Language and Information
  2. Sergei V. Rjabchikov, Russian-Circassian Lexical Parallels

Message 1: The Twelfth European Summer School in Logic, Language and Information

Date: Tue, 16 May 2000 15:52:03 +0300 (EET DST)
From: Ahti-Veikko J Pietarinen <pietarincc.helsinki.fi>
Subject: The Twelfth European Summer School in Logic, Language and Information



 PRELIMINARY ANNOUNCEMENT
 
 ESSLLI XIII - 2001

 
 August 13 - 24, 2001
 Helsinki, Finland

 
 
This year, the twelfth European Summer School in Logic, Language and
Information (ESSLLI) will be held in Birmingham, England. For more 
information on how to register (early registration deadline: May 31), 
please refer to

 http://www.cs.bham.ac.uk/~esslli/
 
At their website you will also be able to obtain more information on 
the courses that will be taught, the time schedule, etc. 

Next year, the thirteenth ESSLLI will be held in Helsinki, Finland, 
from August 13 until 24.

Before the summer, a call for course proposals will be sent out by 
the Chair of the ESSLLI 2001 Program Committee, Marcus Kracht at
<krachtmath.fu-berlin.de>.
 
Anyone interested in organizing satellite events around ESSLLI 2001 
are invited to contact the ESSLLI 2001 organization at 
<sanduelo.helsinki.fi>.

The ESSLLI summer schools are organized under the auspices of FOLLI, 
the European Association for Logic, Language and Information:
 
 http://www.folli.uva.nl/


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Message 2: Russian-Circassian Lexical Parallels

Date: Thu, 18 May 2000 07:27:09 PDT
From: Sergei V. Rjabchikov <srjabchikovhotmail.com>
Subject: Russian-Circassian Lexical Parallels

Dear Linguists,

I have published some reflexes of the ancient Russian influence in the 
Circassian language in my "Tmutarakan', an Outlying Land" Home Page
http://www.openweb.ru/rongo/tmtrkn.htm

My best wishes,

Sergei V. Rjabchikov
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