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21A actualizacion de Lingmex

Boletín de AMLA
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Estimados amigos y socios del AMLA, recibimos el siguiente mensaje que puede ser de su interés.

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Con el gusto de saludarlos, les comunico que la 21ª actualización de Lingmex: Bibliografía Lingüística de México desde 1970, se encuentra en la siguiente liga: http://lingmex.colmex.mx/.
Para nosotros es muy importante que interactúen con la base para que se familiaricen con las novedades que ofrecemos. Les reitero nuestro interés por recibir sus publicaciones recientes, con la finalidad de seguir enriqueciendo nuestro acervo. Si cuentan con el pdf de dichas publicaciones, no olviden darnos su autorización para enlazarlos.
Cordialmente

Rebeca Barriga Villanueva

 rbarriga@colmex.mx

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Un saludo cordial de la Mesa Directiva,

Página web: http://www.amla.org.mx/
Julio César Serrano Morales, presidente (presidencia@amla.org.mx)
Frida Villavicencio Zarza, secretaria (fridavillavicencio@ciesas.edu.mx)
Karina Fascinetto Zago, prosecretaria (karinafascinetto@yahoo.com.mx)
Alma Luz Rodríguez Lázaro, tesorera (almaluzrl@cele.unam.mx)
Mary Rosa Espinosa Ochoa, protesorera (mrespinosao@gmail.com)
Marta Beatriz Poot Nahuat, vocal (marta.poot@uno.edu.mx)
Juan Antonio Hernández Mendoza, vocal página web (masinfo@amla.org.mx)
Betsy Fabiola Castillo Ríos, vocal revista Lingüística Mexicana (literaturacastillo@gmail.com)

Tel. Coordinación de Lingüística, UAM-Iztapalapa: 5804-4780 (11:00-15:00 hrs)

La Asociación Mexicana de Lingüística Aplicada (AMLA) es miembro de la Association Internationale de Linguistique Appliquée (AILA)

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