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Mon Nov 24 2003

FYI: General, Applied, and Turkic Ling Summer School

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Message 1: Calls: Summer School in General, Applied, and Turkic Linguistics

Date: Fri, 21 Nov 2003 10:59:59 +0700
From: Viatcheslav Iatsko <slavaykhsu.ru>
Subject: Calls: Summer School in General, Applied, and Turkic Linguistics


PRELIMINARY ANNOUNCEMENT

Institute of Sayan-Altay Turkology and Computational Linguistics
Laboratory at Katanov State University of Khakasia are offering an
exciting summer school opportunity for a limited number of
participants: Summer School in General, Applied, and Turkic
Linguistics (GAT). The Summer School will be held from July 02 2004 to
July 26 2004 at Katanov State University of Khakasia located in
Abakan, Russia. Abakan is the capital of Republic of Khakasia, the
native population which speaks the Khakas language, one of the most
ancient Turkic languages. Khakasia is famous for ancient monuments of
Scythian and Turkic cultures 
( http://www.geocities.com/Athens/Parthenon/9860/khakas.html ). 
Fifteen participants will be selected to attend the following courses:

- Methods of Linguistic Research
- Applied Linguistics
- Practical Course of the Khakas Language
- Theoretical Grammar of the Khakas Language
- Lexical System of the Khakas Language
- Phonetics and Phonology of the Khakas Language

These courses are aimed at graduate and postgraduate students, PhD
students, lecturers, and academic researchers. Courses in the Khakas
language will be taught by native speakers and include an extensive
immersion course. ALL THE COURSES WILL BE TAUGHT IN ENGLISH. NO
PRELIMINARY KNOWLEDGE OF KHAKAS OR RUSSIAN IS REQUIRED.

Application deadline is May 30, 2004
APPLICATION INSTRUCTIONS, information about fees, syllabi, etc. will be 
available later on the Internet. Meanwhile those interested in the 
Summer School can contact Professor V.Iatsko at engkhsu.ru
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