19.1879, Confs: Syntax/Italy

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Subject: 19.1879, Confs: Syntax/Italy

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Date: 13-Jun-2008
From: Marika Lekakou < marika.lekakou at meertens.knaw.nl >
Subject: European Dialect Syntax III


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Date: Fri, 13 Jun 2008 13:12:02
From: Marika Lekakou [marika.lekakou at meertens.knaw.nl]
Subject: European Dialect Syntax III
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European Dialect Syntax III 

Date: 18-Sep-2008 - 21-Sep-2008 
Location: Venice, Italy 
Contact: Marika Lekakou 
Contact Email: edisyn at meertens.knaw.nl 
Meeting URL:

Linguistic Field(s): Syntax 

Meeting Description: 

European Dialect Syntax Workshop in Venice 

The Edisyn (European Dialect Syntax) Project is an ESF-funded project running at
the Meertens Institute in Amsterdam. It aims at establishing a European network
of dialect syntacticians using similar standards with respect to data
collection, storage and retrieval.
In collaboration with Cecilia Poletto (University of Venice), Edisyn is
organizing a workshop in Venice to be held in 18-21 September 2008. The
workshop, entitled ''European Dialect Syntax III'', is the third in a series of
meetings (the first in Padua, the second in Amsterdam) dedicated to dialect syntax. 

The program can be found here:
The general goal of the workshop is to bring together scholars with experience
in the field of dialect syntax and scholars that have recently started, or are
planning to set up, a data gathering project. As can be judged from the program,
the workshop has three distinct topics: 1) progress reports from dialect syntax
projects that have recently started 2) presentations about syntactic variation
in Eastern European countries and 3) sessions on methodology, tagging and databases.
Those interested in attending the workshop are of course welcome. Please send us
an email in advance (edisyn(AT)meertens.knaw.nl) and no later than 1 September.

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