27.5105, Calls: Slavic Subgroup, Historical Ling, Syntax, Text/Corpus Ling/Austria

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Subject: 27.5105, Calls: Slavic Subgroup, Historical Ling, Syntax, Text/Corpus Ling/Austria

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Date: Tue, 13 Dec 2016 15:04:53
From: Sandra Birzer [sandra.birzer at uibk.ac.at]
Subject: Diachronic Slavonic Syntax 3: Traces of Latin, Greek and Church Slavonic in Slavonic Syntax

 
Full Title: Diachronic Slavonic Syntax 3: Traces of Latin, Greek and Church Slavonic in Slavonic Syntax 
Short Title: DSSL 3 

Date: 03-Nov-2017 - 04-Nov-2017
Location: Salzburg, Austria 
Contact Person: Sandra Birzer Imke Mendoza
Meeting Email: sandra.birzer at uibk.ac.at; imke.mendoza at sbg.ac.at

Linguistic Field(s): Historical Linguistics; Syntax; Text/Corpus Linguistics 

Language Family(ies): Slavic Subgroup 

Call Deadline: 01-Feb-2017 

Meeting Description:

The Department of Slavonic Studies, University of Salzburg, Austria, in
cooperation with the Department of Slavonic Studies, Innsbruck University,
Austria, will host a two-day workshop on diachronic Slavonic syntax, with
special reference to the traces of Latin, Greek and Church Slavonic in
Slavonic syntax. The workshop is part of the workshop series ''Diachronic
Slavonic Syntax (DSSL)''.

The workshop is dedicated to the study of the causes and mechanisms of
syntactic change in Slavonic languages, with a special focus on pattern
replications in literacy contact with Latin, Greek and Old Church Slavonic.
The aim is to promote recent developments in the field, be it empirical,
theoretical or methodological, as well as the dialogue between different
theoretical approaches and linguistic schools. 

The conference will feature keynote speeches by Hanne Martine Eckhoff (The
Arctic University of Norway, Tromsø) and Anna Abramovna Pičxadze (Russian
Academy of Sciences, Moscow)
Call for Papers: 


Call for Papers:

The workshop welcomes presentations including the following topics: 

- Pattern replication in literacy contact
- Syntactic change under contact conditions in Slavonic: structural
convergence, borrowing and shift-induced interference 
- The relation of internally motivated and literacy contact induced syntactic
change in Slavonic 
- Interplay of and differences between literacy contact and face-to-face
contact in Slavonic syntax

We especially welcome empirical contributions based on data from diachronic
corpora. 

Conference languages are English and Russian. 

Selected papers from the conference will be published in a conference volume. 

Abstracts in pdf, docx or txt should be submitted via
http://linguistlist.org/easyabs/dssl3 by February 1, 2017. Abstracts should
not exceed 300 words, excluding examples and references. We invite abstracts
for 20 minute talks (plus 10 minutes for discussion). 

The conference fee is 30 EUR, to be paid upon arrival at the conference venue.

Important Dates: 

February 1, 2017: Deadline for submission of abstracts 
February 20, 2017: Notification of acceptance 
November 3-4, 2017: Workshop




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