15.2344, FYI: PhD Course: Grammatical Variation, Norway

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Subject: 15.2344, FYI: PhD Course: Grammatical Variation, Norway

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Date:  Fri, 20 Aug 2004 08:44:39 -0400 (EDT)
From:  Gunnar Hrafn Hrafnbjargarson <g.h.hrafnbjargarson at ilf.uio.no>
Subject:  PhD Course: Grammatical Variation

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Date:  Fri, 20 Aug 2004 08:44:39 -0400 (EDT)
From:  Gunnar Hrafn Hrafnbjargarson <g.h.hrafnbjargarson at ilf.uio.no>
Subject:  PhD Course: Grammatical Variation



Research Training Seminar and Workshop:


METHODS AND TOOLS FOR THE STUDY OF GRAMMATICAL VARIATION
November 29 - December 1, 2004 University of Oslo (in collaboration
with the University of Tromsø¸)


Teachers:
Leonie Cornips, Meertens Institute
Cecilia Poletto, CNR/University of Padova
Jan-Ola Östman, University of Helsinki


Organizers:
Janne B. Johannessen, University of Oslo
Øystein A. Vangsnes, University of Tromsø¸


The seminar is sponsored by Nasjonalt forskerutdanningsutvalg for
historisk-filosofiske fag.

The purpose of this research training seminar is to give PhD students
and other researchers insight into the methods and tools for the study
of grammatical variation that have been developed in recent
years. There will be a particular focus on the study of syntactic
variation, both from a sociolinguistic and a broader dialectological
perspective, and the teachers have all been recruited from ongoing
dialect syntax projects. Each teacher will give two lectures of
approximately two hours.

For information about the content of the lectures and other course
details, please consult the announcement on the homepage of the
Scandinavian Dialect Syntax Project (ScanDiaSyn,
http://scandiasyn.uit.no/)

If you are interested in participating in the seminar, please send an
email indicating your interest to Gunnar Hrafn Hrafnbjargarson
(g.h.hrafnbjargarson at ilf.uio.no). The deadline for registration is
November 1.


WORKSHOP

A small workshop will be held in connection with the seminar (November
30, in the afternoon). Participants in the seminar and others who
would like to present a paper thematically related to the topic(s) of
the seminar are invited to indicate their interest by sending an email
to Gunnar Hrafn Hrafnbjargarson (g.h.hrafnbjargarson at ilf.uio.no).


TRAVEL STIPENDS FOR PARTICIPANTS FROM THE NORDIC COUNTRIES, THE BALTIC
COUNTRIES AND NORTHWESTERN RUSSIA

The organizers have the opportunity to apply for travel stipends for
named PhD students and young researchers from the Nordic countries
(except Norway), the Baltic states, and Northwestern Russia (the
St. Petersburg area, Kaliningrad, and the Barents Sea
region). Prospecitve participants from this area who need financial
support to participate should therefore indicate their interest as
soon as possible and no later than 20 September (by e-mail to
g.h.hrafnbjargarson at ilf.uio.no).



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