Tuesday, January 4, 2011


Ok so here are some of the things I've written recently (within ten years) that could be organized into one or many works; some writing and revision are clearly necessary. Over break I've mostly been reconstructing it, but that has given me a chance to reorganize it; to do that I may have to examine it pretty carefully. I put it in its natural order at first, the order of reconstruction, but that order is not really the best order; for example, one section was ordered as most recent first, but that clearly wasn't right. Also, within them, we find some that are about changes wrought by technology, which is really another strain in my writing altogether. So the question is: what should I separate out? What should I put together? What should I do with this stuff?

language as a self-organized system

___ (2006). Principles of self-organized, emergent systems. Google docs. Available at https://docs.google.com/document/d/19qycnSQfOgxurzHtI4f_3AL0-2BpMHYFUhimUQAthAc/edit?hl=en#.

___ (2006). Principles of language change. Google docs; Available at: https://docs.google.com/document/d/1w-K6VnsbixP_oMwc4GhY0stIx5nDO8wRoO3bY94TJyA/edit?hl=en#.

___ (2006). Dialects and self-organization. Google docs; originally published at http://www.siu.edu/~cesl/z/sos/c7.html. Available at: https://docs.google.com/document/d/1kKXBFioV-1tMhySKjAuNZjmkgkmRwTe9osd34_R iI9U/edit?hl=en#.

___ (2007). Principles wanted. Google docs; originally published under the title “Principle Wanted” at http://www.siu.edu/~cesl/z/sos/pw.html. Available: https://docs.google.com/document/pub?id=1PHgAhpazDaAugkOhStXcaglmJJhmbPLL9_MrEsuCvLQ.

___ (2006). Human perception: change as the default option. Google docs, originally published at http://www.siu.edu/~cesl/z/sos/c3.html. Available at https://docs.google.com/document/pub?id=10nXY_gwMosxe_Gavol3RQauLspQeFLs9PCVr8WudQhA. (needs work)

language and acquisition

___ (2007). After Krashen, learn the rules of the road. Available https://docs.google.com/document/pub?id=17wF8EXdWp2n18XBoFyeTJbIFOfaLujYWqNJ435avJeM.

Leverett, T. (2008). Intermediaries. Available https://docs.google.com/document/pub?id=1tPoG0cYRRFuuSjsvkbg6WearHKvlcLv3A55SBA-hX8k.

Leverett, T. (2008). Present but not perfect. Available https://docs.google.com/document/pub?id=15kcI0pLF-FdOyvfxLl4pYN10tscrybahRIQZrYkti3o.

Leverett, T. (2008). Primacy is for primates. Available https://docs.google.com/document/pub?id=1UXCIgZLoszQf8C4e4I8CWpWFl2Qz_0QsfzCCwlizsDc.

Leverett, T. (2008). Principle Wanted: Introduction. Available https://docs.google.com/document/pub?id=1j5EmVVxmdla8mxUVRUdhvpQgVLINq4DE_39yR42Myxk.

___ (2008). Oh to be estar. Available https://docs.google.com/document/pub?id=1-rU89LIuLYiZs3kSdKA9EJ5MBu6CLd-rK3HhJK-mL_0.

___ (2008). Tale of two hypotheses. Available: https://docs.google.com/document/pub?id=1Y__AMfco4_CHxqKIoZvLsJONMxomVzA1JffzMqy4RdQ.

___ (2008). Grammar Wars. Available at https://docs.google.com/document/pub?id=1gytyWxj3_xro4mSgykL9vIgId69JH4Rg6P4LMLQkGE8.

___ (2008). Communicative theory rocks the 20th century. Available https://docs.google.com/document/pub?id=1cLotkxQwR3He_HvoyDw3zkYzaVr5aMYSz43h3j_F-yY.

___ (2007). After Krashen, reboot. Original introduction with some links, not an article. Now available at http://tomsources.blogspot.com/2011/01/after-krashen-reboot.html.


Leverett, T. (2007). Volume theory. http://tomsources.blogspot.com/2011/01/volume-theory.html. needs to be rewritten/renamed.

Leverett, T. (2004). Translation Plateau. Available: https://docs.google.com/document/d/124XX998qKL9VbKWLjx0oEbBCIUxPAj6kNvTlSKPIcp8/edit?hl=en#.

grammar & correction

Leverett, T. (2009, Mar.). Red ink and the OK Corral, written for Error correction frontier: The good, the bad and the ugly (Discussion, Writing IS,TESOL 2009, Denver CO USA). Available https://docs.google.com/document/pub?id=1JCPRiIt2yBGSGCMdwDTbaalPipTvGw1fw3JD52L7DYk

Leverett, T. (2009). Red ink and the mud-wrestler’s grasp. Available: https://docs.google.com/document/pub?id=1zpEfLQpYIdR2b682ggi0D9DUUTq5OZR6VLc6thAt2xw.

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