Celebrating 50 years: 1959 – 2009
Linguistic Reporter Collection
As part of our resource archive project, CAL has created a public electronic archive of the Linguistic Reporter, our print newsletter published from 1959 to 1982 that reported on news, events, and research at CAL and nationwide in the field of applied linguistics. The articles and information contained in the Linguistic Reporter are still relevant, and we invite all of our Web visitors to freely browse the collection to learn about CAL's work in advancing the field of applied linguistics.
The Linguistic Reporter collection, provided in PDF format, is organized by volume, each of which comprises up to 10 issues. To access the collection, simply right click on the volume you would like to view and download the PDF. Please note that some of the PDF files are quite large and may take several minutes to download.
Each PDF is searchable, allowing you to move easily from issue to issue within a volume (e.g., search “Number 4” to go straight to issue number 4 of that volume) or to search by keyword for articles on a particular topic.
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