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LINGUIST List 18.2351

Tue Aug 07 2007

FYI: Collecting Teaching Materials for Lexicology

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        1.    Joachim Grzega, Collecting Teaching Materials for Lexicology

Message 1: Collecting Teaching Materials for Lexicology
Date: 02-Aug-2007
From: Joachim Grzega <joachim.grzegaku-eichstaett.de>
Subject: Collecting Teaching Materials for Lexicology
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Marion Schöner and I (Joachim Grzega) are trying to make historical
lexicology more accessible to students of linguistics, whereby the use of
historical lexicology for a more general range of questions should become
more evident. We would therefore like to collect a series of introductory
e-books as teaching materials. We have composed the first for English and
General Historical Lexicology as example, accessible via

Anybody interested in writing such teaching materials for other languages
should contact us (contact addresses under http://www.onomasiology.de).

Joachim Grzega

Linguistic Field(s): Historical Linguistics

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