LINGUIST List 14.448

Fri Feb 14 2003

Confs: Language Policy and Standardization

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Message 1: Language Policy and Standardization, Iceland

Date: Fri, 14 Feb 2003 06:15:41 +0000
From: aripk <aripkismal.hi.is>
Subject: Language Policy and Standardization, Iceland


Language Policy and Standardization

Location: Reykjavik, Iceland 
Date: 04-Oct-2003 - 04-Oct-2003 
Web Site: http://www.ismal.hi.is/Radstefna2003ENS.html
Contact Person: Ari P�ll Kristinsson
Meeting Email: aripkismal.hi.is
Linguistic Subfield(s): Sociolinguistics 

Meeting Description: 

Conference on Language Policy and Standardization, Reykjavik, 4 Oct
2003. Arranged by The Icelandic Language Council. Among invited
speakers: Ulrich Ammon, Deborah Cameron and Lars Vik�r.

Speakers:
Ulrich Ammon, Gerhard-Mercator-Universit�t Duisburg
Deborah Cameron, Institute of Education, London University
Lars S. Vik�r, University of Oslo
Gu�r�n Kvaran, Icelandic Language Council
Sigur�ur Konr��sson, Icelandic Language Council 
��ra Bj�rk Hjartard�ttir, Icelandic Language Council

Registration is open to everyone interested.
Conference registration by e-mail: aripkismal.hi.is

In addition to the speakers above there is room for THREE papers in
addition (20 min. + 10 min. discussion). Notice for submitting
abstracts (max. one page, A4-format) is to April 30. Send your
abstract to: �slensk m�lst�� [Icelandic Language Institute], Neshaga
16, IS-107 Reykjavik and e-mail to aripkismal.hi.is You will receive
an answer no later than 20 May if your paper has been accepted or not.

Conference languages are Danish, English, Faroese, Icelandic,
Norwegian, and Swedish. In the case of a lecture in English an
abstract will be translated into Icelandic. In the case of a lecture
in one of the Nordic languages an abstract in English is needed that
will also be translated into Icelandic.
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