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LINGUIST List 18.3072

Sat Oct 20 2007

Confs: General Linguistics, Semitic, Arabic/Morocco

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Message 1: Comparative Arabic Linguistics
Date: 18-Oct-2007
From: Hakima Marouani <hakimarouaniyahoo.fr>
Subject: Comparative Arabic Linguistics
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Comparative Arabic Linguistics

Date: 06-May-2008 - 07-May-2008
Location: Kenitra, Morocco
Contact: Mohammed Rahhali
Contact Email: arabic.labogmail.com

Linguistic Field(s): General Linguistics

Subject Language(s): Arabic, Standard (arb)

Language Family(ies): Semitic
Meeting Description:

Arabic Planning Laboratory is pleased to announce that its first international
conference about Comparative Arabic Linguistics will be convened on the 6th and
7th of May 2008, at Ibn Tofail University. The conference seeks to present
syntactic, semantic, phonological and lexical studies of Arabic within its
comparative local linguistic environment, in addition to its comparative
universal environment that encompasses various natural languages with which it
shares a number of universal features.

Arabic Planning Laboratory
Ibn Tofail University
The Faculty of Arts and Humanities
Kenitra, Morocco

The first international conference of Arabic Planning Laboratory:

Comparative Arabic Linguistics

The conference aims to shed new lights on the study of linguistic variation,
both across adjacent dialects (micro-variation) and across closely related
languages in terms of different linguistic patterns that diverge, to some
extent, typologically and historically (macro-variation).

The conference devotes a special workshop to theoretical and applied
linguistics studies engaged in computational linguistics and lexicography.

A concise abstract with a list of references (written in Arabic, English or
French) are to be sent before the 30th of February 2008 to one of the following
addresses:

-Mohammed Rahhali,
Faculté des Lettres et des Sciences Humaines
P. B. 401, Kenitra, Morocco

-arabic.labogmail.com


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