24.478, Calls: Celtic Languages, Sociolinguistics/Poland
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Subject: 24.478, Calls: Celtic Languages, Sociolinguistics/Poland
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Date: Sat, 26 Jan 2013 14:12:44
From: Marta Marecka [mmarecka at wa.amu.edu.pl]
Subject: Sociolinguistics of the Celtic Languages
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Full Title: Sociolinguistics of the Celtic Languages
Date: 29-Aug-2013 - 01-Sep-2013
Location: Poznan, Poland
Contact Person: Karolina Rosiak
Meeting Email: karolka at wa.amu.edu.pl
Linguistic Field(s): Sociolinguistics
Subject Language(s): Breton (bre)
Gaelic, Scottish (gla)
Call Deadline: 15-Feb-2013
The aim of this panel is to provide a platform for the discussion of recent research relating to language policy and planning of the six living Celtic languages. The recently published results of the 2011 Census for England and Wales have revealed that although the total population of Wales has increased, both the number and the percentage of Welsh speakers have fallen down to 562,000 and 19% respectively. The census results for Ireland and Scotland will be published later this year. Research is welcome on a wide range of topics, including the possible consequences/future challenges in the area of language policy and planning of Welsh, Irish and Scottish Gaelic, Manx, Cornish and Breton. We are particularly interested in discussions addressing the complexity of language maintenance and revitalization efforts, the situation of the Celtic languages in urban settings and challenges faced by researchers in the field of minority languages especially.
Call for Papers:
The Department of Celtic Languages and Literatures at the Faculty of English, Adam Mickiewicz University in Poznań, Poland is pleased to invite submissions for a special Celtic Studies Session organized as part of the 44th Poznań Linguistic Meeting. The organizers invite established scholars as well as young researchers working in the field of the sociolinguistics of the Celtic languages to submit paper proposals (max. 300 words plus bibliography) for talks of 20 minutes plus ten minutes of discussion. Please submit your paper proposals using the EasyChair system at https://www.easychair.org/conferences/?conf=plm2013 (click at New Submission and select the ‘Recent Work in the Sociolinguistics of the Celtic Languages’ track) or directly to the session organizer dr Karolina Rosiak. The deadline for submissions is 15 February 2013.
Talks on other issues in the sociolinguistics of the Celtic languages as well as comparisons with non-Celtic minority languages will also be considered. All accepted papers will be considered for publication in the journal Res Celticae, published by the Department of Celtic Languages and Literatures, AMU, Poznań.
More information about the conference can be found at http://wa.amu.edu.pl/plm/2013/. Should you have any further queries, please do not hesitate to contact the session organizer:
dr Karolina Rosiak (karolka (at) wa.amu.edu.pl)
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