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The Chameleon Newsletter is a great opportunity for members to give and receive news about research projects, successful grants, new members, upcoming conferences and seminars, even the latest books on historical linguistics and language change. The newsletter is published on the web which is ideal for linking to other sites and relevant documents, and can be printed at the readers' convenience (saving our environment).

 

We publish the Newsletter only occasionally throughout the year, depending on the amount of news we are informed of —so please send news articles, book notices, and any comments/suggestions to the Chief Editor Dr. Cynthia Allen <cynthia.allen@anu.edu.au> and we will include them in our next edition.

Our latest edition (January 2012) is available in pdf form at:

http://crlc.anu.edu.au/newsletter/edition13.pdf (pdf)

Previous editions are also available (in html format unless otherwise specified):

http://crlc.anu.edu.au/newsletter/edition12.pdf (pdf)

http://crlc.anu.edu.au/newsletter/edition11.pdf (pdf)

http://crlc.anu.edu.au/newsletter/edition10.pdf (pdf)

http://crlc.anu.edu.au/newsletter/edition9.pdf (pdf)

http://crlc.anu.edu.au/newsletter/edition8.html

http://crlc.anu.edu.au/newsletter/edition7.html

http://crlc.anu.edu.au/newsletter/edition6.html

http://crlc.anu.edu.au/newsletter/edition5.html

http://crlc.anu.edu.au/newsletter/edition4.html

http://crlc.anu.edu.au/newsletter/edition3.html

http://crlc.anu.edu.au/newsletter/edition2.html

http://crlc.anu.edu.au/newsletter/edition1.html

 

 

© Chameleon mascot and CRLC logo are copyright of the CRLC, designed by Pascale Jacq. The Greek character Delta and the chameleon symbolise change, and the chameleon’s flicking tongue symbolises language/linguistic change.

 


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