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Full Title: 13th International Conference of the Association of Young Researchers in Historiography and History of the Spanish Language

      
Short Title: AJIHLE
Location: Salamanca, Spain
Start Date: 10-Apr-2013 - 12-Apr-2013
Contact: Pablo Postigo Olsson
Meeting Email: click here to access email
Meeting URL: http://ciajihle13.usal.es
Meeting Description: We are pleased to announce the 13th International Conference of the Association of Young Researchers in Historiography and History of the Spanish Language (AJIHLE), which will be held at the University of Salamanca (Spain) April 10-12, 2013.

The Association of Young Researchers in Historiography and History of the Spanish Language was founded in 1999 and its main purpose is to enhance the encounter and exchange between philologists and linguists who are beginning their research in the domains of historical linguistics as well as linguistic historiography. In order to serve this purpose, AJIHLE holds a yearly conference which allows for exchanges between participants and the establishment of networks between Spanish and international universities through their young scholars. Also, the conference is intended to enhance critical research and to reinforce the relevance and the need for both a diachronic study of the history of the Spanish language and the diffusion of scientific contributions in this field.
Linguistic Subfield: Historical Linguistics; History of Linguistics
Subject Language: Spanish
LL Issue: 23.4508


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