LINGUIST List 14.931

Sat Mar 29 2003

Confs: Congreso Internacional de Lenguajes Silbados

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Message 1: Congreso Internacional de Lenguajes Silbados

Date: Sat, 29 Mar 2003 04:49:13 +0000
From: fuchs <fuchsifi.unizh.ch>
Subject: Congreso Internacional de Lenguajes Silbados


Congreso Internacional de Lenguajes Silbados 

Date: 24-Apr-2003 - 25-Apr-2003
Location: Valle Gran Rey, La Gomera, Canary Islands, Spain
Contact: Mois�s Plasencia Martin
Contact Email: elipseelipse-eventos.com 
Meeting URL: http://www.elsilbo.info

Meeting Description:

Intercambiar, contrastar y divulgar el conocimiento del Silbo Gomero.
 
Intercambiar, contrastar y divulgar el conocimiento de otros lenguajes
silbados en el Mundo y otros lenguajes sustitutivos: lenguaje de
tambor, etc.

Intercambiar contrastar y divulgar las experiencias docentes de los
lenguajes silbados.

Promover la difusi�n y reconocimiento de los lenguajes silbados.

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