24.354, FYI: Malta Centre Opened at the University of Bremen

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Subject: 24.354, FYI: Malta Centre Opened at the University of Bremen

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Date: Mon, 21 Jan 2013 10:43:45
From: Benjamin Saade [ghaqda at uni-bremen.de]
Subject: Malta Centre Opened at the University of Bremen

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Dear Linguists,

We are very proud to announce the creation of the Malta Centre at the
University of Bremen. The centre serves as an information hub for linguists
interested in the Maltese language and strives to create online resources for
facilitating the study of Maltese.

As a cooperation between the University of Malta and the University of Bremen,
the centre aims to establish Maltese Linguistics as a discipline in its own
right on an international level. Another short term goal is to integrate the
study of Maltese into the regular curriculum of General Linguistics at the
University of Bremen as a compulsory subject.

As a first online resource the Malta Centre has started to compile the
Bibliography of Maltese Linguistics (currently over 700 titles) which tries to
collect all linguistic publications on the Maltese language. The current
version of the bibliogrpahy is fully seachable online. Other projects are the
Typological Database of Maltese and a student project on dialectal variation
in Malta.

If you want to know more about the Malta Centre or the Maltese language,
please visit our website: http://www.fb10.uni-bremen.de/maltacentre/ or
contact us at ghaqda at uni-bremen.de

Benjamin Saade, M.A.
Malta Centre / Malta-Zentrum / Iċ-Ċentru tal-Ilsien Malti
Universität Bremen
 



Linguistic Field(s): General Linguistics

Subject Language(s): Maltese (mlt)





 






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