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LINGUIST List 18.3238

Sun Nov 04 2007

Confs: General Linguistics, Spanish/Germany

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        1.    Johannes Kabatek, 17th International Congress of the German Association


Message 1: 17th International Congress of the German Association
Date: 04-Nov-2007
From: Johannes Kabatek <kabatekuni-tuebingen.de>
Subject: 17th International Congress of the German Association
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17th International Congress of the German Association
Short Title: 17 CAAH

Date: 18-Mar-2009 - 21-Mar-2009
Location: Tübingen, Germany
Contact: Johannes Kabatek
Contact Email: kabatekuni-tuebingen.de
Meeting URL: http://www.hispanistica.de

Linguistic Field(s): General Linguistics

Subject Language(s): Spanish (spa)

Meeting Description:

17th International Congress of the German Association of Hispanists will have
the general title 'Spanish as a global language: new horizons for Hispanic
studies' and offer the opportunity to discuss actual research results on the
Spanish language and Hispanic literature and culture

Never has the worldwide presence of Spanish been as intensive as in our days,
never so strong the interest in studies about the Spanish language and Hispanic
culture. This boom of the Spanish language is accompanied by a new role of
Hipanic studies, with a remarkable presence within the landscape of Humanities
and an always clearer inner differentiation of disciplines. Hispanic studies in
the German speaking countries are still embedded in the general context of
Romance Philology, a fact that gives Hispanic studies in these countries a
special profile. The international congress of the German Association of
Hispanists as largest meeting of Hispanists in the German speaking countries
offers an opportunity to present actual results of research on studies on the
Spanish language, Spanish and Latin American literature and culture and to open
new perspectives. At the same time, the congress is a place where the new role
of Hispanic studies will be discussed.


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