|Start Date:||26-Sep-2013 - 28-Sep-2013|
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SinFonIJA stands for Syntax Phonology and Language Analysis (e.g. in Serbian: Sintaksa, fonologija i jezička analiza, with slight variation for other South Slavic languages). The idea of having a conference that would travel around the area of Central and South East Europe (ex-Yugoslavia and ex-Austro-Hungarian Empire) has been around for a long while, but it had to wait until 2008 to be implemented. After the initial meeting held in Nova Gorica in 2008, SinFonIJA travelled through Sarajevo (SinFonIJA 2, 2009), Novi Sad (SinFonIJA 3, 2010), Budapest (SinFonIJA 4, 2011) and Vienna (SinFonIJA 5, 2012). SinFonIJA 6, coming back to Serbia this year (after its success in Novi Sad 2010), can safely be announced as a regular annual conference on formal linguistics in this part of the world.
The theme of the SinFonIJA conference is wide and spans all areas of formal linguistics. The primary goal of SinFonIJA is to connect people from Central and South Eastern Europe, but it is open to participants from all over the world. It also aims at promoting the application of different theoretical models to language analysis.
The following invited speakers have already confirmed their presence:
Hamida Demirdache, University of Nantes
Peter Ludlow, Northwestern University, USA
Frantisek Kratochvil, Nanyang Technical University, Singapore
Lanko Marušič, University of Nova Gorica, Slovenia
Draga Zec, Cornell University, USA
|Linguistic Subfield:||General Linguistics|
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