- — Peter Sokolowski (@PeterSokolowski)Fri, May 15 2015 18:45:41
- — Dictionary Society (@DictionarySocNA)Sun, May 24 2015 23:15:30
- — E. Briannica (@E_Briannica)Mon, May 25 2015 19:56:36
- — Dorota Lockyer (@dottylock)Fri, May 29 2015 22:46:50#DSNASHEL starts up at UBC Vancouver in less than a week. Looking forward to meeting many new people and listening to interesting talks! :-)
- — Peter Sokolowski (@PeterSokolowski)Thu, Jun 04 2015 02:02:25Dude with non-ironic bow tie boarding this Vancouver flight. Odds that he's also attending the @DictionarySocNA conference approx 10-to-1.
- — Peter Sokolowski (@PeterSokolowski)Thu, Jun 04 2015 16:53:51
- — E. Briannica (@E_Briannica)Thu, Jun 04 2015 18:44:59
- — Peter Sokolowski (@PeterSokolowski)Fri, Jun 05 2015 16:04:45Gilliver: Quotations for the dictionary still must come from "careful reading of the extended context by a human." Amen. #DSNASHEL
- — Alexandra D'Arcy (@LangMaverick)Fri, Jun 05 2015 18:36:14"I don't want to teach the history of the English language in a vacuum" — Anne Curzan on bring prescriptivism into the classroom. #DSNASHEL
Aspects of DSNA-20/SHEL-9, June 2015
Glimpses the 20th biennial meeting of the Dictionary Society of North America (DSNA-20) and the 9th conference of Studies in the History of the English Language (SHEL-9), held jointly at the University of British Columbia. Program and other details at http://events.arts.ubc.ca/dsna-20&shel-9/.
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