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RE: Doctoral project on the Klingon language - bing thanks!

Steven Boozer (sboozer@uchicago.edu)



I found a preliminary abstract of her thesis at the University of Lancaster's page for current Ph.D. students in sociology:
http://www.lancs.ac.uk/fass/sociology/pgrprofiles/316/ 

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VoraghÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂ 
Canon Master of the Klingons

>-----Original Message-----
>toH, wIlaDlaH'a'?  nuqDaq vISuqlaH?
>
>SKI: So, can we read it?  Where can I get a copy?
>
>--Holtej
>
>
>On Aug 31, 2009, at 5:33 AM, Karolina Kazimierczak wrote:
>
>> Some of you may know me from personal correspondence. Other may (or
>> may not) remember my only message posted to this list over three
>> years ago when I was looking for help in my PhD project on invented
>> languages (especially Klingon language and Tolkien's Elvish
>> languages) and the communities of their users.
>> Since that first message, I have been silently lurking on this list,
>> reading your discussions and learning a lot about the Klingon
>> language and its scholarship.
>> Now Iâve come out of the shadow once again to let you know that this
>> year I finally finished my research at Lancaster University and
>> successfully defended my doctoral thesis, titled: ÅTranslating
>> Imaginary Aliens, Transgressing Imaginary Scholars: Invented
>> Languages and the Performances of Fan/Scholarshipâ.
>> I wanted to thank you all for accepting my presence on this list and
>> for allowing me to get a glimpse of what the community of
>> Klingonists and Klingon fans is (or is not).
>>
>> Best wishes to you all,
>> Karolina Kazimierczak






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