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Review of The Phonology of Portuguese
(LINGUIST List, 2001-06-09)
As noted by its publisher in LINGUIST 12.390, The Phonology of Portuguese (TPP) provides "an accurate description of the phonological system of Portuguese"-referencing both European and Brazilian varieties, and seeks ...
Fostering Engagement and Achievement in Lower-Division Courses
(Office of the Provost, 2012-08)
Successfully negotiating the first year of college is a key indicator of future academic achievement and degree completion. Unfortunately, many of our least experienced students are uncertain about how to transition ...
The variable elision of unstressed vowels in European Portuguese: a case study
(Linguistics & TESOL, 1994)
European varieties of Portuguese exhibit a process whereby unstressed vowels, particularly schwa, optionally undergo elision: an item such as idade ‘idea’ can be realized as [ida'd] and para Maria ‘for Maria’ may surface ...
College Life as Reality TV: Embrace Your New Alliance
(University of Texas at Arlington, 2012-08-22)
Faculty speaker’s remarks for the 2012 MavsMeet Convocation
Western Attitudes toward the Korean Language: An Overview of Late Nineteenth and Early Twentieth-Century Mission Literature
(University of Hawaii Press, 2002-06)
Descriptions of Korea’s linguistic situation written by Westerners during the nineteenth and early twentieth centuries not only reveal native and foreign attitudes toward the Korean language but also provide insight into ...
'Field linguistics' takes researchers to all parts of the globe
(The University of Texas at Arlington, Fall 2005)
Review of The Korean Alphabet of 1446
(Association for Asian Studies, 2003-05)
Perhaps the most noteworthy product of Korean civilization, han'guil is a source of pride among Koreans: not only does it embody a sense of national uniqueness, but it is also a valuable tool against illiteracy. While ...