Announcing Another Round of Prize of the Day Winners!
Editor for this issue: Anna Belew
Date: 28-Mar-2012 From: LINGUIST List <linguistlinguistlist.org> Subject: Who Was Lucky Enough to Snag the Blackwell Companion to Phonology? E-mail this message to a friend
Dear LINGUIST List Subscribers,
We've got a lot of winners to announce today-- we're very much enjoying giving away fabulous prizes every single day, and we hope you're enjoying receiving them! The following are the latest group of donors who were randomly chosen as winners of some recent Prizes of the Day:
*The rest of the winners of Many Morphologies, edited by Paul Boucher:
Andrew Hippisley (University of Kentucky) Gina-Anne Levow (University of Washington) Julie Medlin (University of South Carolina) Geri Popova (Goldsmiths, University of London) Manuela Schoenenberger (Universitaet Oldenburg)
*Thirteen of the twenty-five winners of the Speculative Grammarian magnet of their choice (stay tuned to learn who else won!):
Jessica Gardner (Kent State University) Emily Garnett (University of South Carolina) Emily Gasser (Yale University) Carolina Gonzalez (Florida State University) Grant Goodall (University of California San Diego) Dolgor Guntsetseg (Universitaet Stuttgart) Elizabeth McCullough (Ohio State University) Howard Oakley Mark Overstreet (University of Illinois at Chicago) Jeff Renaud (University of Iowa) Jeffrey Runner (University of Rochester) Susan Tamasi (Emory University) Igor Z. Zagar (Pedagoski Institut, Ljubljana)
*And, with much fanfare, the winner of the Blackwell Companion to Phonology, donated by Wiley-Blackwell and valued at nearly one thousand dollars:
Darcie Blainey (Tulane University)!
Congratulations, winners! Thanks to the above folks and to all of our donors for supporting LINGUIST-- we couldn't do what we do without you.
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