issue of the newsletter is dedicated to the memory of Charlene (“Charlie”)
Sato (see the article in the next column).
addition to the usual features, it includes a special report on
Melanesia, promised last time, and some detailed information on
l’Institut d’Etudes Créoles et Francophones,
which has much involvement in French-lexifier creoles and education.
to support from the Australian Research Council and the University
of New England, this newsletter is still free of charge. But as
a cost-cutting measure, future issues will be available by e-mail.
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again, thank you to all the contri-butors. Please keep the information
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Sorry for all the typos in the last issue!