From: Tamar Khizanishvili <tamarkhuni-bremen.de>
Subject: Advances in Kartvelian Morphology and Syntax
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Full Title: Advances in Kartvelian Morphology and Syntax
Short Title: Kartvelian
Date: 29-Sep-2009 - 30-Sep-2009
Location: Bremen, Germany
Contact Person: Tamar Khizanishvili
Meeting Email: tamarkhuni-bremen.de
Web Site: http://www.fb10.uni-bremen.de/kartvelian/
Linguistic Field(s): Morphology; Syntax
Call Deadline: 11-May-2009
The goal of the workshop is to discuss recent developments in the study of
morphology and syntax of the Kartvelian language family. Abstracts for 20 minute
talks (plus 10 minute discussion) will be considered on topics relating to the
synchronic or diachronic study of Kartvelian languages from any theoretical
perspective. Submissions from any scholar (including graduate students) working
on Kartvelian morphology and syntax are welcome.
Call for Papers
Nino Amiridze (Utrecht University)
Tamar Khizanishvili (University of Bremen)
Manana Topadze (Univerity of Pavia)
- Winfried Boeder (University of Oldenburg)
- Alice C. Harris (SUNY Stony Brook)
- Kevin Tuite (Université de Montréal)
Submissions are invited for the workshop Advances in Kartvelian Morphology and
Syntax, which is the tenth in the series of international conferences entitled
Caucasian Language Issues (Kaukasische Sprachprobleme). The previous event in
this series, Kaukasische Sprachprobleme IX, was held in 2001 in Oldenburg,
Germany. The present workshop will take place in Bremen, Germany, September
29-30, 2009 during the Festival of Languages.
Anonymous abstracts (in English, maximum 2 pages, including data and references)
have to be submitted electronically as portable document format (.pdf) or
Microsoft Word (.doc) files via the EasyChair conference management system:
Each abstract will be anonymously reviewed by independent reviewers.
Abstract submission: Monday, May 11, 2009.
Notification of acceptance/non-acceptance: Monday, June 8, 2009.
If after the workshop there will be interest in publishing either a proceedings
or a special journal issue, then the organizers will take responsibility of
finding a suitable forum and will act as editors.
until 1/7/2009: Full rate 100 E / Student rate 50 E
after 1/7/2009: Full rate 150 E / Student rate 75 E
This workshop is part of the "Conference Marathon" within the three-weeks
programme of the Festival of languages in Bremen
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