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Written By: daveski on April 2, 2009 1 Comment

Have you seen any new or old books out that are worth taking a look at? I’ve been keeping my eye on the LinguistList over the last several days and these look pretty interesting:

Language Teaching, edited by Michael Toolan. A collection of chapters in Roy Harris’ integrational linguistics tradition that says it debunks […]

Written By: daveski on March 7, 2009 No Comment

LinguistList announced today that there’s a new book coming out on translation that looks REALLY interesting:

Agents of Translation contains thirteen case studies by internationally recognized scholars in which translation has been used as a way of influencing the target culture and furthering literary, political and personal interests.

Maybe a partial answer to […]

Written By: daveski on February 11, 2009 No Comment

http://linguistlist.org/: A good mailing list and online resource for conference announcements, book announcements and discussion, job listings, language related questions of all sorts, and lots of other tools and resources. It apparently started as a mailing list out of the University of Western Australia and is now run out of Eastern Michigan University, […]

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