extended deadline 30 December 2012- Panel on linguistics at Euroseas in Lisbon -July 2012

Antonia Soriente asoriente at UNIOR.IT
Tue Jan 8 16:39:21 UTC 2013

The deadline for paper proposal at the EUROSEAS conference has been 
extended to 30 December 2012. Notification of acceptance of papers will 
be sent by January 10th.

Call for papers for Panel at 7th EUROSEAS conference to be held in 
Lisbon on 2-5 July, 2013


Across Southeast Asia, especially since many nations gained political 
independence in the post second world war period, the languages of, 
generally speaking, the dominant ethnic groups have tended to become 
superordinate in many respects (as media of State education, 
broadcasting, the law, among the others). This is the case of Malay and 
Indonesian, Khmer, Thai and Vietnamese among the others. This panel 
examines the effects of the rise of superordinate languages on minority 
endangered languages such as language loss, borrowings as a result of 
external influence, bilingualism, language policy and its links with 
social position. Papers will deal with any subfield of linguistics and 
different approaches and persuasions on the minority languages of South 
East Asia that are facing decline at an unprecedented speed and in 
particular will report on what is being done in terms of documentation 
and conservation.


Send an abstract of a maximum of 400 words by November 30th to the panel organizer:

Antonia Soriente
asoriente at unior.it

Submitters of accepted papers will be notified by  January 10 2013

Antonia Soriente
Indonesian Language and Literature
Department of Asia, Africa and the Mediterranean
University of Naples 'l'Orientale'
Piazza San Domenico Maggiore
Napoli 80134 - Italy
emailasoriente at unior.it

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