23.5, Calls: English, Historical Ling, History of Ling/Turkey

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Subject: 23.5, Calls: English, Historical Ling, History of Ling/Turkey

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Date: 20-Dec-2011
From: Joan Beal [j.c.beal at shef.ac.uk]
Subject: History of the English Normative Tradition


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Date: Tue, 03 Jan 2012 14:06:50
From: Joan Beal [j.c.beal at shef.ac.uk]
Subject: History of the English Normative Tradition

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Full Title: History of the English Normative Tradition 

Date: 04-Sep-2012 - 08-Sep-2012
Location: Istanbul, Turkey 
Contact Person: Joan Beal
Meeting Email: j.c.beal at shef.ac.uk
Web Site: http://www.esse2012.org/en/ 

Linguistic Field(s): Historical Linguistics; History of Linguistics 

Subject Language(s): English (eng)

Call Deadline: 31-Jan-2012 

Meeting Description:

Interlinguistic contact between codes never occurs 'in the void', but in the relations between members of different speech communities, either directly through the spoken medium, or indirectly through the written one. In both cases, speakers/writers carry linguistic norms and realize them in language usage. In 18th/19th-century Britain, these norms were codified through dictionaries, grammars and language manuals; language usage - dialectically related to such norms - may find its expression in diverse forms of text and discourse. 

Call for Papers:

This seminar invites papers that examine the way pronouncing or lexical dictionaries, on the one hand, and grammar books and manuals on the other, have prescribed, over the centuries, norms for a 'proper' pronunciation and a 'correct' use of English. Please note that authors of seminar papers will be expected to give an oral presentation of not more than 15 minutes' duration, rather than simply reading their papers aloud. Reduced versions of the papers will be circulated among all speakers in advance of the seminar.

Please send abstracts of no more than 200 words to Joan Beal (j.c.beal at shef.ac.uk); Massimo Sturiale (msturial at unict.it) and Giovanni Iamartino (giovanni.iamartino at unimi.it).





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