21.4787, Calls: Slavic Subgroup, Historical Linguistics, Sociolinguistics/Germany

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Subject: 21.4787, Calls: Slavic Subgroup, Historical Linguistics, Sociolinguistics/Germany

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Date: 27-Nov-2010
From: Hauke Bartels [bartels at serbski-institut.de]
Subject: German Influence on the Grammar of Slavic Languages
 

	
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Date: Mon, 29 Nov 2010 09:57:48
From: Hauke Bartels [bartels at serbski-institut.de]
Subject: German Influence on the Grammar of Slavic Languages

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Full Title: German Influence on the Grammar of Slavic Languages 

Date: 14-Oct-2011 - 15-Oct-2011
Location: Cottbus, Germany 
Contact Person: Hauke Bartels
Meeting Email: cottbus at serbski-institut.de

Linguistic Field(s): Historical Linguistics; Sociolinguistics 

Language Family(ies): Slavic Subgroup 

Call Deadline: 31-Dec-2010 

Meeting Description:

The main aim of the conference is to identify similar contact-induced language changes in system and usage of different Slavic languages that are or have been in more or less intensive contact with German. Is it possible to discover typical stimuli for contact phenomena under certain circumstances? What kind of similar or different effects can be observed?

Papers that point at the historical and/or sociolinguistic circumstances of language contact between German and Slavic languages are possible, too. 

The Sorbian institute (Serbski institut, Bautzen/Budy?yn & Cottbus/Chó?ebuz, Germany) invites submissions for papers to be presented at a conference on German-Slavic language contact in the field of grammar. 

Conference languages are all Slavic languages, English and German.

Abstracts (up to 300 words) should be submitted via e-mail together with short information about the author. The presentations will be allocated a 30-minute slot each, to include a 5-10 minute discussion.

You will be notified of the status of your submission by end of January.

Conference organizers: Hauke Bartels, Sonja Wölke
Please contact the organizers with any questions or concerns.




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