Fwd: Conference on Baltic linguistics at Stockholm University: Call for papers
ilja.serzants at UIB.NO
Thu Feb 25 10:43:42 UTC 2010
I just forward the info from Jenny Larsson:
Baltic Studies in the Nordic Countries
Call for papers
The conference The Baltic Languages - Structure and Contacts will be held June
11-12, 2010, at Stockholm University, Section for Baltic Languages.
We invite papers on all aspects of Baltic linguistics: description,
documentation, historical development, and structure of the Baltic languages.
We also welcome papers dealing with language contact – both past and present.
A period of twenty minutes will be allotted for each paper, followed by a
ten-minute discussion period. Abstracts must be received by March 1, 2010.
Abstracts should be no more than 1 page typewritten. Please attach a cover
sheet with your name, institutional affiliation, and accurate contact
information (mailing address and e-mail address). All abstracts will be
evaluated by an international committee.
Invited speakers are:
Prof. Pietro U. Dini, University of Pisa
Prof. Bonifacas Stundžia, Vilnius University
Prof. Giedrius Subačius, University of Illinois at Chicago
This conference is being arranged in commemoration of the first professorship
of Baltic Languages, established 1970, at Stockholm University. The chair,
placed at the Department for Slavic and Baltic Languages, was held by noted
scholar in Baltic linguistics Velta Rūķe-Draviņa (1917-2003) until her
retirement in 1983. A lecture will be given in her honour.
Conference fee: 30 €
Updated information about the conference can be found at:
Please address abstracts and inquiries to: Prof. Peteris Vanags,
peteris.vanags at balt.su.se or Ass. Prof. Jenny Larsson,
jenny.larsson at balt.su.se
Dept. of Baltic languages, Finnish and German
Section for Baltic Languages
SE- 106 91 Stockholm
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Tel.: + 47 555 88994; Fax: + 47 555 89660
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