24.561, Summer Schools: Second Pavia International Summer School for Indo-European Linguistics/Pavia, Italy

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Subject: 24.561, Summer Schools: Second Pavia International Summer School for Indo-European Linguistics/Pavia, Italy

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Date: Thu, 31 Jan 2013 11:21:56
From: Silvia Luraghi [luraghi at unipv.it]
Subject: Second Pavia International Summer School for Indo-European Linguistics/Pavia, Italy

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 Second Pavia International Summer School for Indo-European Linguistics/Pavia, Italy

Host Institution: University of Pavia
Coordinating Institution: University of Pavia
Website: http://lettere.unipv.it/diplinguistica/pagina.php?id=269

Dates: 09-Sep-2013 - 14-Sep-2013
Location: Pavia, Italy

Focus: The Second Pavia International Summer School for Indo-European Linguistics will be held from September 9 to September 14 at the University of Pavia. It will feature five courses and a poster session, in which students will be able to present their own research.

Minimum Education Level: MA


Description:
Courses and instructors:
Course 1 = Albanian (Brian Joseph, Columbus Ohio)
Course 2 = Mycenaean (Eugenio Lujan, Madrid)
Course 3 = Armenian (Hrach Martirosyan, Leiden)
Course 4 = Avestan (Alberto Cantera, Salamanca)
Course 5 = Evolutionary approaches to Indo-European linguistics (Michael Dunn, Nijmegen)

Participation in the Summer School, including active participation in the Poster Session, stands for 3 ECTS.

Admission: We invite PhD students, as well as Postdocs and other young
researchers. Advanced MA students will also be considered for admission, based
on a written statement of their motivation for attending the school. As all
courses will be taught in English, a good knowledge of English is a basic
requirement.


Linguistic Field(s): Historical Linguistics

Tuition: 70.00 EUR

Registration: 28-Jan-2013 to 01-Jun-2013

Contact Person: Silvia Luraghi
                Phone: 390382984685
                Email: luraghi at unipv.it

Apply by Email: luraghi at unipv.it

Registration Instructions:
Send request for application and CV to the organizer. Payment will be required
by July 30 (applicants will be contacted with payment instructions).



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