24.2033, Calls: Historical Ling, Anthropological Ling, Socioling/Germany

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Subject: 24.2033, Calls: Historical Ling, Anthropological Ling, Socioling/Germany

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Date: Mon, 13 May 2013 11:10:20
From: Marina Wienberg [mwienberg at uni-bremen.de]
Subject: Colonial and Postcolonial Linguistics

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Full Title: Colonial and Postcolonial Linguistics 
Short Title: CPL2013 

Date: 03-Sep-2013 - 08-Sep-2013
Location: Bremen, Germany 
Contact Person: Marina Wienberg
Meeting Email: culcc at uni-bremen.de
Web Site: http://www.cpl.uni-bremen.de/ 

Linguistic Field(s): Anthropological Linguistics; Historical Linguistics; Sociolinguistics 

Call Deadline: 31-May-2013 

Meeting Description:

This international conference dedicated to Colonial and Postcolonial Linguistics is going to take place at the University of Bremen September 3-8, 2013. It will be organised by the Creative Unit Language in Colonial Contexts under the leadership of Prof. Dr. Thomas Stolz and Prof. Dr. Ingo H. Warnke.

This international meeting brings together scholars of various backgrounds who study the relationship of language and colonialism. The goal of the conference is to initiate a new interdisciplinary research program that explores how language is affected by colonial and postcolonial conditions and how colonial and postcolonial constellations of facts are reflected, shaped and negotiated by language. Linguistics, cultural studies, anthropology, history, political science and other disciplines are invited to contribute to this project.

Plenary Speakers:

Sabine Ehrhart (Luxemburg)
Stefan Engelberg (Germany)
Josef Errington (USA)
Steven Fischer (New Zealand)
Rachael Gilmour (UK)
Rainer Enrique Hamel (Mexico)
Yasemin Karakasoglu (Germany)
Claire Moyse-Faurie (France)
Peter Mühlhäusler (Australia)
Nicholas Ostler (UK)
Thomas Stolz (Germany)
Ingo H. Warnke (Germany)
Klaus Zimmermann (Germany)

Plenary Speakers at Round-Table on Chamorro (Guam and Northern Marianas):

Joseph Artero-Cameron
Eric Forbes
Rosa Salas Palomo
Robert Underwood

Call for Papers:

Apart from the plenary lectures (60 minutes), there will be four sections devoted to:

a) Language, Linguistics and Colonialism
b) Language Contact and Creolization
c) Language, Migration and Identity
d) Language Minorities and Endangerment

Talks in sections are 20 minutes + 10 minutes discussion time. There also are poster sessions for each of the sections.

The conference language is English.

Deadline for abstract submission: May 31, 2013

You are invited to submit an abstract related to one of the sections of the conference with a short list of references. The abstract should be no longer than one page (500 words/3000 signs). Please specify if you intend to present your work as a paper or poster. Each proposal will be examined by members of the scientific committee.

Please submit your abstracts via email (in Word .doc or PDF format) to:

culcc at uni-bremen.de

Contact persons: Daniel Schmidt-Brücken, Susanne Schuster, Marina Wienberg

Specify in the body of the message:

- Name of author(s)
- Title of paper
- Institution

Should you require any assistance or clarification, please do not hesitate to contact us.







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