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Wed Sep 30 2009
All: LINGUIST Book Reviews Team Moves to U of Wisconsin-Madison
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LINGUIST Book Reviews Team Moves to U of Wisconsin-Madison
Message 1: LINGUIST Book Reviews Team Moves to U of Wisconsin-Madison
From: Anthony Aristar <aristarlinguistlist.org>
Subject: LINGUIST Book Reviews Team Moves to U of Wisconsin-Madison
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Dear LINGUIST Readers,
We are very sad to announce that Dr. Randall Eggert of the Department of
Linguistics at the University of Utah is stepping down as The LINGUIST List Book
Reviews Editor. Randy has done outstanding work during his time here at
LINGUIST, and we are very sorry to lose him. We'd like to thank Randy for his
excellent service, and we wish him well in the future.
As of 30th of September, stewardship of The LINGUIST List Book Reviews unit will
move from the University of Utah to the University of Wisconsin-Madison, where a
team of new Reviews Editors will take charge. This team is composed of Dr.
Joseph Salmons, Dr. Monica Macaulay, Dr. Eric Raimy and Dr. Anja Wanner. URLs to
their individual homepages are below.
Joseph Salmons http://www.joseph-salmons.net/
Monica Macaulay http://ling.wisc.edu/~macaulay/monica.html
Eric Raimy http://mendota.english.wisc.edu/~raimy/
Anja Wanner http://mendota.english.wisc.edu/~awanner/
The email address for LINGUIST reviews will remain the same,
reviewslinguistlist.org. To ensure continuity, Randy has volunteered to assist
the new Reviews Team in the next few weeks during the transition.
Details of the review process may be found on the Reviews page at the URL:
We will miss Randy very much as we bid him farewell.
- Anthony Aristar, Helen Aristar-Dry, LINGUIST List, Moderators
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