�Pr�mio Georg von der Gabelentz� � Gram�ticas Referenciais - The Gabelentz Award 2009
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Segue info sobre o novo “Prêmio Georg von der Gabelentz” (Georg von der Gabelentz Award) para gramáticas referenciais. O Prêmio foi instituído pela “Association for Linguistic Typology” e vai premiar a gramática publicada entre 1º. de janeiro de 2005 a 31 de dezembro de 2008.
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1)Date: 22-Aug-2008From: Jean-Christophe Verstraete < jean-christophe.verstraete at arts.kuleuven.be >Subject: Gabelentz Award 2009 for a Published Grammar -------------------------Message 1 ---------------------------------- Date: Sat, 23 Aug 2008 19:44:26From: Jean-Christophe Verstraete [jean-christophe.verstraete at arts.kuleuven.be]Subject: Gabelentz Award 2009 for a Published GrammarE-mail this message to a friend:http://linguistlist.org/issues/emailmessage/verification.cfm?iss=19-2599.html&submissionid=187626&topicid=6&msgnumber=1 Georg von der Gabelentz Award 2009 At the 8th Biennial Conference in Berkeley (July 23-26 2009), theAssociation for Linguistic Typology will award its first Georg von derGabelentz Award for a grammar published between January 1st 2005 andDecember 31st 2008. The Gabelentz Award was established to encourage and honour achievements inthe field of documenting the world's linguistic diversity through thewriting of reference grammars. To be eligible, a grammar must provide asystematic, accessible, comprehensive, original, insightful andtypologically well-informed account of the workings of the language beingdescribed, generously exemplified with natural data. Though the normalexpectation is that it would deal with a hitherto little-describedlanguage, outstanding grammars of better-known languages or dialectsthereof may also be considered if they achieve major breakthroughs in acomprehensive understanding of the language. Grammars may be written in anymajor language, subject to the availability of a sufficient andgeographically balanced set of jury members able to read the language. Entries will be judged by a committee of half a dozen or more distinguishedlinguists, including a number of judges who have themselves written majorreference grammars but also typologists and other categories of grammarreaders. The chair for the 2009 award will be Nikolaus Himmelmann. Any grammar published between January 1st 2005 and December 31st 2008 willbe eligible provided that it meets the conditions above and that the authoris a member of the Association for Linguistic Typology. Grammars which havebeen submitted for the Panini Award can be submitted again for theGabelentz Award provided that they have been substantially revised andpublished by an academic publisher. Grammars which win the Panini Awardcannot be submitted at a later date for the Gabelentz Award. Allsubmissions for the Gabelentz Award need to be published by an academicpublisher. Entries are normally submitted as a PDF file with embedded fonts. Hardcopies can be sent in exceptional circumstances only (e.g. if the publisherdoes not agree to a PDF version being submitted or if the author is not ina position to make a PDF version, for whatever reason) and with prioragreement by the chair of the committee. The exact number of copies to besubmitted will vary according to the size of the committee, but a minimumof six copies is to be expected. Submitted copies remain the property ofthe members of the jury. The deadline for submissions is November 30th 2008. The address for submissions for the 2009 Gabelentz Award is: Nikolaus HimmelmannInstitut für Allgemeine SprachwissenschaftWestfälische Wilhelms-Universität MünsterAegidiistraße 5D-48143 MünsterGermany Email: nikolaus.himmelmann [@] uni-muenster.de Linguistic Field(s): Anthropological LinguisticsLanguage DocumentationTypology
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