Other linguistic approaches on the Web

Here is a selection of links to other sites devoted to linguistic approaches. In case you know of any other site that should be included please send us an e-mail.
  Autolexical Grammar (maintained by Eric Schiller)
  Categorial Grammar (CG) (University of Manchester)
  Construction Grammar
  Construction Grammar (University of California, Berkeley)
  Dependency-Based Approaches to Natural Language Syntax (Charles-University Prague)
  Dependency Phonology and Notional Grammar (DPNG) (University of Bremen)
  Distributed Morphology (University of Pennsylvania)
  Functional Grammar (FG)
  Head-Driven Phrase Structure Grammar (HPSG) (Stanford University)
  Head-Driven Phrase Structure Grammar (HPSG) (The Ohio State University)
  Integrationism (Roy Harris)
  Lexeme-Morpheme Base Morphology (LMBM) (Bucknell University)
  Lexical Functional Grammar (LFG) (University of Essex)
  Lexical Functional Grammar (LFG) (Stanford University)
  Link Grammar (Carnegie Mellon University, Pittsburgh)
  Minimalist Syntax (University of Arizona, Tucson)
  Neurocognitive Linguistics (Rice University)
  Optimality Theory (Rutgers Optimality Archive, Rutgers University, New Jersey)
  Role and Reference Grammar (RRG) (University at Buffalo)
  Systemic-Functional Linguistics (SFL) (maintained by Mick O'Donnell)
  Tagmemics (Bowling Green State University)
  Tree Adjoining Grammar (TAG) (University of Pennsylvania)
  Word Grammar (maintained by Dick Hudson)
More information on linguistics and languages can be found at the following sites:
  The Linguist List
  Ethnologue.com, maintained by SIL International (Summer Institute of Linguistics)
  Linguistics, Natural Language, and Computational Linguistics Meta-index (Christopher Mannings)
  Linguistik im Internet (Karlsruhe University Library) (in German)
  The Australian National University Library's linguistics page
  The University of Rochester Linguistics Department
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