Fwd: Call for Workshop Proposals- ICHL22, 27-31 July 2015, Naples, Italy

Mingo Mendez domenec.mendeth at gmail.com
Fri Aug 22 13:30:26 UTC 2014


This is my suggestion for two Workshop Proposals at ICHL22.

Language and Identity
<http://livescripts.blogspot.com.es/2008_07_01_archive.html> compares the
lexicons of two different languages according to this criteria:

1. True Cognate (including Indo-European cognates) 2. Partial cognates (if
not sharing their main moneme) 3. False friends 4. (close set members) and
5. Dissimilar pairs of terms.

the research proves the viabilitity and profitability of about 15 bilingual
dictionaries among European Languages arranged not only by alphabetical
order, but also by means of morpho-semantic similarity and frequency of
use, either on paper, digital or as an App.

A. Therefore, i would suggest, first, complete this research with the
comparison of other pairs languages, including pedagogical listings of
modern Indo-European terms in all languages and the latest discoveries of
cross-cognates in world languages.

B. second, the design and implementation in Applied Linguistics and
Bilinguals Lexicography of these investigations whether on paper, digital
or as an App. i guess publishers and developers should be approached and
copyright agreements reached with all parties involved.

best wishes of success to everybody,

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From: Michela Cennamo <micennam at unina.it>
Date: Thu, Jul 17, 2014 at 9:36 AM
Subject: [Histling-l] Call for Workshop Proposals- ICHL22, 27-31 July 2015,
Naples, Italy
To: histling-l at mailman.rice.edu
Cc: Michela Cennamo <micennam at unina.it>


*Call for Workshop Proposals*

*The  22nd International Conference on Historical Linguistics (ICHL22)*

Date: 27-July 2015 - 31 July 2015

Location: Naples, Italy

Contact Person: Michela Cennamo

Email: micennam at unina.it

Web Site: www.ichl22.unina.it (under construction)

*Call deadline for workshop proposals: 20 September 2014*

Meeting Description:

The International Conference on Historical Linguistics is held every second
year under the auspices of the International Society of Historical
Linguistics. The most recent conferences took place in Nijmegen, the
Netherlands (2009), Osaka, Japan (2011), Oslo, Norway (2013).


*Call For Workshop proposals*

Workshop proposals are invited on any aspect of Historical Linguistics,
comprising (although not exclusively) the following topics:

- Methods and models in Historical Linguistics (e.g., the comparative
method, language phylogenies, areal-typological and formal approaches to
language change)

- Levels of analysis, e.g., phonetic/phonological, morphological,
syntactic, semantic change and reconstruction

- Discourse/pragmatics and change

- Contact-induced change

- Language acquisition, language attrition, cognitive processes and change

- Quantitative approaches to language change and diachronic corpus
linguistics

- Development of pidgins and creoles

- Social and cultural dimensions of language change

- In-depth studies of change in specific language families

- Grammaticalization

- Alia



*Deadline for workshop proposals: 20 September 2014*

*Notification of acceptance of workshop proposals: 20 October 2014*

*Deadline for submission of abstracts for general sessions and workshops:
30 January 2015*

*Notification of acceptance of papers for general sessions and workshops:
30 March 2015*








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