24.4667, Confs: Historical Ling, Socioling, Language Documentation, General Ling/Netherlands

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Subject: 24.4667, Confs: Historical Ling, Socioling, Language Documentation, General Ling/Netherlands

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Date: Thu, 21 Nov 2013 11:11:01
From: Anne Rose Haverkamp [a.r.haverkamp at hum.leidenuniv.nl]
Subject: Colloquium on the Historicity of the Franconization

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Colloquium on the Historicity of the Franconization 

Date: 12-Apr-2014 - 12-Apr-2014 
Location: Leiden, Netherlands 
Contact: Michiel de Vaan 
Contact Email: M.A.C.de.Vaan at hum.leidenuniv.nl 
Meeting URL: http://www.hum.leiden.edu/lucl/research/conferences/upcoming-conferences/historicity-of-the-franconization.html 

Linguistic Field(s): General Linguistics; Historical Linguistics; Language Documentation; Sociolinguistics 

Meeting Description: 

Based on historical sources, toponyms, and linguistic variation in the dialect of the Dutch coastal provinces, Flanders, Zealand and Holland, we know that these coastal areas of the Low Countries used to be Frisian speaking in the Early Middle Ages, or rather, these dialects used to have an Ingveonic character. This colloquium aims to bring together several sub-disciplines, such as archeology, geography, history and linguistics, in order to discuss, how the Frankish, non-Inveaonic, language from the inland took over as the dominant language in the coastal provinces.

Please note that the colloquium will be mostly in Dutch. 

10:00 – 10:15
Opening 

10:15 – 11:00
Dr. Anthony Buccini (University of Chicago) 
De Frankisering in de Lage Landen en Noord-Frankrijk: 500-1000 A.D.: Taalcontact, Herstructurering en Taalformatie

11:00 – 11:45
Dr. Dries Tys (Vrije Universiteit Brussel) 
De historische Franken als etnisch construct: waren ze Barbaren of Romeinen, of beide?

11:45 – 12:30
Eerste plenaire postersessie 

12:30 – 13:30
Lunch 

13:30 – 14:15
Tweede postersessie 

14:15 – 15:00
Prof. em. dr. William TeBrake (University of Maine) 
Reclamation and Franconization in Holland: Cause and Effect or Interesting Coincidence? 

15:00 – 15:45
Prof. dr. Arend Quak (Universiteit Leiden) 
- titel volgt -

15:45 – 16:00
Slotwoord 

16:00 – 17:00
Koffie en verdere gelegenheid tot bekijken posters








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