27.3551, Calls: Historical Ling, Socioling, History of Ling/USA

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Subject: 27.3551, Calls: Historical Ling, Socioling, History of Ling/USA

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Date: Fri, 09 Sep 2016 13:56:33
From: Nicholas Wolf [nicholas.wolf at nyu.edu]
Subject: Historical Sociolinguistics Network 2017

 
Full Title: Historical Sociolinguistics Network 2017 
Short Title: HiSoN 

Date: 06-Apr-2017 - 07-Apr-2017
Location: New York, NY, USA 
Contact Person: Nicholas Wolf
Meeting Email: hison2017 at gmail.com
Web Site: http://hison2017.info/ 

Linguistic Field(s): Historical Linguistics; History of Linguistics; Sociolinguistics 

Call Deadline: 01-Nov-2016 

Meeting Description:

The 2017 international meeting of the Historical Sociolinguistics Network
(HiSoN) will be held April 6-7, 2017, to be co-hosted by the City University
of New York's Graduate Center and New York University. This year’s conference
will feature plenaries by three noted scholars in the field: 
- Anita Auer: Professor of English Linguistics at the Université de Lausanne
- Nils Langer: Professor of North Frisian and Minority Issues at the
University of Flensburg
- Donald Tuten: Associate Professor of Spanish and Linguistics at Emory
University. 

For more information about the Historical Sociolinguistics Network, visit
http://hison.sbg.ac.at/.

Organizing Committee:

Nicholas Wolf, New York University
José del Valle, CUNY Graduate Center
Allison Shapp, New York University
Laura Villa, CUNY Queens College


Call for Papers:

The conference welcomes submissions for roundtables, panels, individual
presentations, and workshops on themes addressed by researchers working in
historical sociolinguistics. We take a broad view of the field that includes
the reconstruction of linguistic variation and change, the ideological
analysis of linguistic history, the cultural and social history of languages,
the relation between language and literary history, and the analysis or
collation of linguistic corpora of various languages and historical periods.
Scholars working with or on language within disciplines and theoretical
frameworks other than those typically associated with sociolinguistics-such as
linguistic anthropology, literary analysis, cultural studies or history-are
encouraged to submit proposals.

Individual paper proposals should be 250 words in length, and should include a
brief (50-word) bio of the submitter. 

Panel and roundtable submissions should include 3 to 4 participants. Panel and
roundtable proposals should be 500 words total in length and include a
description of the session as well as brief descriptions of each paper and
short bios (an additional 50 words) for each participant. 

The deadline for abstracts is 1 November 2016. Please upload proposals at
http://hison2017.info/submissions.html. For questions, please contact the
conference organizers at hison2017 at gmail.com.




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