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LINGUIST List 18.286

Fri Jan 26 2007

Confs: Historical Ling,Greek Lang/Italy

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        1.    Pierluigi Cuzzolin, Greek Morphology Between Typology and Diachrony

Message 1: Greek Morphology Between Typology and Diachrony
Date: 23-Jan-2007
From: Pierluigi Cuzzolin <pierluigi.cuzzolinunibg.it>
Subject: Greek Morphology Between Typology and Diachrony

Greek Morphology Between Typology and Diachrony

Date: 13-Sep-2007 - 15-Sep-2007
Location: Cagliari, Italy
Contact: Ignazio Putzu
Contact Email: igputzutin.it
Meeting URL: http://www.linguisticagreca.it

Linguistic Field(s): Historical Linguistics; Morphology; Typology

Subject Language(s): Greek (ell)
Greek, Ancient (grc)

Meeting Description:

The VII International Meeting of Greek Linguistics will be held on 13th-15th
September 2007 in the "Aula Verde" of the "Cittadella dei Musei", 1, Piazza
Arsenale. Work will start at 9.00 on the 13th and finish at 13.00 on the 15th.

The VII International Conference on Greek linguistics is devoted to the
morphology of the Greek language along its history from Ancient Greek to Modern
Greek. Special attention will be paid to historical and typological aspects but
other topics of general as well as theoretical relevance are also welcome.

Meeting format:
There will be 20 talks of 20 minutes plus 10 minutes of question time. The talks
will be held every morning and on Thursday afternoon.
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