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Langscape’s interactive map allows you zoom to any spot on the globe and see what languages are natively spoken there.

 

How to become a professor of inguistics (Kai von Fintel, MIT)

THE LINGUISTS at Sundance Festival

Disappearing Languages: Enduring Voices, Documenting the Planet's Endangered Languages

Enduring Voices YouTube Channel

 

Semantics Archive

Semantics etc.

Classics in Formal Semantics

Philosophy Links

Language Log

Language Log YouTube

Philosophy Bites

 

Barbara Partee

Geoffrey Nunberg

John Perry: Structured Procrastination

 

Corpora

COCA (Corpus of Contemporary American English):

425 million words, 1990-2011

BYU-BNC: BRITISH NATIONAL CORPUS (100 MILLION WORDS, 1980s-1993)

Corpus BYU

 

For Students

Is this a good time for formal semantics? Barbara Partee   

Why major in linguistics – What opportunities will I have with a linguistics degree?

Fachschaft Linguistik Düsseldorf (Facebook)

 

For Teaching Assistants

Teaching Materials (UC Berkeley Office of Educational Development)

Teaching Guide for Graduate Student Instructors (UC Berkeley)

Teaching Guide for Graduate Student Instructors (Columbia University)

 

“Native Language” – Resources for Introduction to Linguistics and Some Languages

The History of English in 10 minutes

The English Language in 24 Accents

 

Preparing a Presentation or a Paper

Rules for Giving a Talk

How to read a research paper, so that you will be able to use it later (by Jeffry Pelletier)

A handout on critical reading (by Emily Bender)

Leipzig Glossing Rules     .pdf file

Richtlinien zu Referaten und Hausarbeiten

 

Tools

The Lambda Calculator

The Scope Fieldwork Project

Field Linguist’s Toolbox

VU Amsterdam Metaphor Corpus Online

Regular Expressions Manual

 

OUP Oxford Word of the Year

OUP Blog: OUP Blog: Oxford Word of the Year 2012: Omnishambles

“Coined by the writers of the satirical television programme The Thick Of It, an omnishambles is a situation that

has been comprehensively mismanaged, and is characterized by a string of blunders and miscalculations.”

Some examples:

(1)   Between the car accident, the food poisoning and the lost keys, the holiday was an omnishambles.

(2)   The eurozone has been building up to an omnishambles moment throughout the debt crisis and it finally struck

      in a small island state in the Eastern Mediterranean.

(3)   Cyprus controls an “omnishambles”.

 

OUP Blog: Oxford Word of the Year 2011: Squeezed Middle

OUP Blog: Oxford Word of the Year 2010: Refudiate

OUP Blog: Oxford Word of the Year 2009: Unfriend

 

 

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