The Ideophone

January 25, 2008

If you haven’t done so yet, I recommend visting The Ideophone, a new blog written by Mark Dingemanse, a PhD student at MPI Nijmegen. So far he has mostly been writing substantial and interesting posts on African languages and expressivity. He has also just written a post on Zotero, a free bibliographic database program with nice web browser integration.


4 Responses to “The Ideophone”

  1. Mark Says:

    Hey, thanks for the mention!

  2. Anthony Webster Says:

    By the way, did you see the piece in IJAL on UNT ideophony? And do you know about the Phonosemantic discussion group?

  3. Mark Says:

    Anthony, no, I didn’t (thanks for alerting me to it!), and no, I don’t think I do (which one, where?).

  4. Anthony Webster Says:

    It’s a yahoo group. Janis Nuckolls got me involved, though it has been quiet recently. It’s called Soundsymbol:Phonosemantic.

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