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LINGUIST List 21.150

Sun Jan 10 2010

Calls: Anthropological Ling, General Ling/South Africa

Editor for this issue: Kate Wu <katelinguistlist.org>


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        1.    Bertie Neethling, 16th International Congress of the Names Society of Southern Africa (NSA): Homo Nominans: Mankind, the Namer

Message 1: 16th International Congress of the Names Society of Southern Africa (NSA): Homo Nominans: Mankind, the Namer
Date: 07-Jan-2010
From: Bertie Neethling <bneethlinguwc.ac.za>
Subject: 16th International Congress of the Names Society of Southern Africa (NSA): Homo Nominans: Mankind, the Namer
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Full Title: 16th International Congress of the Names Society of Southern Africa
(NSA): Homo Nominans: Mankind, the Namer
Short Title: Homo Nominans

Date: 26-Oct-2010 - 28-Oct-2010
Location: Western Cape, South Africa
Contact Person: Bertie Neethling
Meeting Email: bneethlinguwc.ac.za

Linguistic Field(s): Anthropological Linguistics; General Linguistics

Call Deadline: 28-Feb-2010

Meeting Description:

The 16th International Congress of the Names Society of Southern Africa (NSA)

Second Call for Papers

A second call for papers has gone out. Interested individuals should contact
Bertie Neethling at bneethlinguwc.ac.za for particulars regarding conference
registration, accommodation rates, and travelling.

All names scholars are cordially invited to the NSA Congress that will be held
at Club Mykonos, a seaside resort on the South African West Coast (Atlantic
Ocean) on 26,27 and 28 October 2010. The resort is about 120 kilometers
north of Cape Town (75 minutes by road). Cape Town International Airport is
well served by many airlines from all parts of the world.

Theme
Homo Nominans : Mankind, the Namer

Come and join us as we explore the world of naming and the irrepressible
urge of mankind to name entities. Naming takes place in many different
contexts and any contribution on naming will be considered.

The provisional deadline for paper proposals is 28 February 2010. The
proposal should be in the form of an abstract of 200-300 words. Such
proposals can be forwarded to Bertie Neethling at the following e-mail
address: bneethlinguwc.ac.za

Follow-up communication will be sent to all those who respond. Any early
queries around any aspect of the congress, e.g. travelling, accommodation,
attractions in the area and also in Cape Town, can be directed to Bertie
Neethling at the same e-mail address above. These queries will be responded
to immediately.
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