From: Mark O'Brien (email@example.com)
Date: Wed Nov 24 1999 - 08:21:25 EST
I also imagine the SIL site <http://www.sil.org> would have some stuff too.
At 01:55 PM 11/23/99 -0500, you wrote:
>At 06:41 PM 11/23/99 +0000, J.K. Aitken wrote:
>> Does anyone know of any webpages that have linguistics databases for
>>articles and books? Since we have some for biblical, theological and
>>classical studies, there must be some out there. I have only found ones
>>for computer language programming. I am particularly interested in
>>semantcis, pragmatics and syntax blbiographies.
>Try the following as starting points for information on Linguistics (as
>opposed to languages):
>The Linguist List: http://www.linguistlist.org/
>Human Languages Page http://www.june29.com/HLP/
>For dictionaries and grammars for a variety of languages, I like Robert
>Hope this helps!
>R&D Fellow, Software AG
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(Sydney College of Divinity), Western Australia
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