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LINGUIST List 18.559

Tue Feb 20 2007

Confs: Historical Ling,English Lang/USA

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        1.    Bill Kretzschmar, Studies in the History of the English Language

Message 1: Studies in the History of the English Language
Date: 13-Feb-2007
From: Bill Kretzschmar <kretzschuga.edu>
Subject: Studies in the History of the English Language

Studies in the History of the English Language
Short Title: SHEL5

Date: 04-Oct-2007 - 06-Oct-2007
Location: Athens, GA, USA
Contact: Bill Kretzschmar
Contact Email: shel5english.uga.edu
Meeting URL: http://www.english.uga.edu/shel5

Linguistic Field(s): Historical Linguistics

Subject Language(s): English (eng)

Meeting Description:

The Studies in the History of the English Language Conference (SHEL) series has
become a biennial tradition, giving the field of Historical English Linguistics
both focus and recognition in North America and providing the critical
opportunity for scholars in the field to gather and share their research.

SHEL follows in the tradition of the biennial conferences known as ICEHL
(International Conference on English Historical Linguistics), traditionally
hosted at research centers throughout Europe. Papers treat any linguistic or
philological aspect of the history of English, from a range of linguistic and
philological subfields including phonetics, phonology, morphology, syntax,
semantics, pragmatics, sociolinguistics, stylistics, metrics, discourse
analysis, corpus linguistics, language acquisition, contact, and change, as well
as differing theoretical and methodological perspectives. Workshops and special
sessions may also be scheduled.
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