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Thu Dec 18 2003

Confs: General Ling/Samoyedic/Hungary

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  1. szevers, 2nd Mikola Conference

Message 1: 2nd Mikola Conference

Date: Tue, 16 Dec 2003 10:35:42 -0500 (EST)
From: szevers <>
Subject: 2nd Mikola Conference

2nd Mikola Conference 

Date: 02-Sep-2004 - 03-Sep-2004
Location: Szeged, Hungary
Contact: Be�ta Wagner-Nagy
Contact Email: 

Linguistic Sub-field: General Linguistics 
Subject Language Family: Samoyedic

Meeting Description:

The 2nd Mikola Conference will be held in September 2-3, 2004, at the
University of Szeged (Hungary).

The aim of the conference is to pay a tribute to Prof Tibor Mikola
(1936-2000) from time to time he was the head of the Finno-Ugric
Department of the Szeged University from 1974 to his death. Normally,
it takes place once every three years at the University of Szeged, in
Hungary. The first conference was held in January, 2001. The central
topic is always determined by the Department of Finno-Ugric Studies.

The central topic of the next conference is Samoyedic languages and
culture, namely:
Morphologic, syntactic and semantic word-classes
Tense and aspect
Syntactic structures

There will be 30-40 minute talks by invited speakers followed by 20
minute discussions. The languages of the conference will be English,
German, and Russian.

If you want to participate in our meeting, please write a short letter
to the following address, or an email to the contact person. Tuition
fee: 5.000 HUF / 20 Euro.

Department of Finno-Ugric Studies
Egyetem u. 2-6.

Presentations will be given by the following invited speakers:
Alatalo, Jarmo (Helsinki, Finland); 
Dobzhanskaja, Oksana (Dudinka, Russia); 
Glushkov, Dergej (Tomsk, Russia);
Gusev, Valentin (Moskow, Russia)
Helimski, Eugen (Hamburg, Germany)
Katzschmann, Michael (G�ttingen, Germany)
Klumpp, Gerson (Munich, Germany)
K�rtv�ly Erika (Szeged, Hungary)
Leisi�, Larisa (Tampere, Finland)
M�gi, Kaur (Tartu, Estonia)
Pusztay, J�nos (Szombathely, Hungary)
Salminen, Tapani (Helsinki, Finland)
Szever�nyi S�ndor (Budapest, Hungary)
Wagner-Nagy Be�ta (Budapest, Hungary)

The final program of the conference will be completed expectedly by
spring, 2004.

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