14.535, Calls: Germanic Syntax/Indigenous Literature

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Subject: 14.535, Calls: Germanic Syntax/Indigenous Literature

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1)
Date:  21 Feb 2003 23:43:26 -0000
From:  s.j.hannahs at durham.ac.uk
Subject:  Comparative Germanic Syntax Workshop

2)
Date:  Thu, 13 Feb 2003 08:08:10 -0500
From:  "R. McKenna Brown" <mbrown at mail1.vcu.edu>
Subject:  Indigenous Literature Panel at the 2003 SLAS Conference Manchester, England

-------------------------------- Message 1 -------------------------------

Date:  21 Feb 2003 23:43:26 -0000
From:  s.j.hannahs at durham.ac.uk
Subject:  Comparative Germanic Syntax Workshop

Comparative Germanic Syntax Workshop 18

Short Title: CGSW 18
Location: Durham, United Kingdom
Date: 18-Sep-2003 - 20-Sep-2003
Call Deadline: 31-May-2003
	
Contact Person: Anders Holmberg
Meeting Email: anders.holmberg at durham.ac.uk
Linguistic Subfield(s): Syntax
Language Family: Germanic
	
Meeting Description:

Workshop on comparative Germanic syntax, including diachronic syntax
and language acquisition.

University of Durham, 18-20 September 2003
	
Papers are invited for the CGSW 18, to be held in Durham, England,
18-20 September 2003.
	
Invited speakers:
	
Ian Roberts (Cambridge)
Manuela Schönenberger (Konstanz)
Halldor A. Sigurdsson (Lund)
Peter Svenonius (Tromsoe)
Susan Wurmbrand (McGill)
	
The workshop will take place in St. John's College,
University of Durham. There is no conference fee, but participants pay
their own costs. Accommodation at a reasonable rate is provided at the
college: 40 GBP/night for full board. The workshop will start in the
evening of the 18th and end at 4pm the 20 September.
	
Papers (45 minutes inclusive) may concern any aspect of comparative
Germanic syntax, including diachronic syntax and language
acquisition. Abstracts (maximum 2 pages single spaced, 12 point, 2.5
cm. margins) to be sent to
	
Anders Holmberg
School of Linguistics and Language
University of Durham
Elvet Riverside
Durham DH1 3JT
UK
	
Abstracts may be sent electronically (Word or pdf) to:
	
anders.holmberg at durham.ac.uk
	
Deadline for abstracts: 31 May.
Results of the selection of papers will be announced three weeks later.
	


-------------------------------- Message 2 -------------------------------

Date:  Thu, 13 Feb 2003 08:08:10 -0500
From:  "R. McKenna Brown" <mbrown at mail1.vcu.edu>
Subject:  Indigenous Literature Panel at the 2003 SLAS Conference Manchester, England

The 2003 Annual Conference of the Society for Latin American Studies will
take place at Hulme Hall, University of Manchester, from 11 to 13 April 2003.

A panel on indigenous literature is currently being organised, and
contributions from all perspectives are welcome to explore topics such as:
particular writers, texts or genres; emerging and re-emerging literatures
in both oral and written media; literatures within their social, political
and cultural contexts, including revitalization movements; issues of access
and control, including literacy and translation; and the encounter of the
indigenous and non-indigenous worlds in indigenous texts.

The conference organisers very much hope that the conference will cover the
spectrum from arts and cultural studies to history and the social sciences;
interdisciplinary, transdisciplinary and post-disciplinary symposia are
also welcome. We particularly welcome, too, proposals that might offer
space to current PhD students alongside academics.

Anyone interested in submitting an abstract should contact the panel
convenor, R. McKenna Brown immediately at:

mbrown at saturn.vcu.edu

Final abstract deadline: February 24.

R. McKenna Brown, PhD
Associate Professor of Foreign Languages and
Director, International Studies Program
Virginia Commonwealth University
310 North Shafer Street, Room 201
PO Box 843080
Richmond, Virginia 23284-3080
804.827.1671  fax 804.225.3479
http://www.has.vcu.edu/int/
voice mail 804.278.0216

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