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LINGUIST List 21.2713

Thu Jun 24 2010

Calls: Historical Linguistics, Slavic Subgroup/Czech Republic

Editor for this issue: Elyssa Winzeler <elyssalinguistlist.org>

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        1.    Ilona Janyskova, Etymological Symposium Brno 2011

Message 1: Etymological Symposium Brno 2011
Date: 22-Jun-2010
From: Ilona Janyskova <esiach.cz>
Subject: Etymological Symposium Brno 2011
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Full Title: Etymological Symposium Brno 2011
Short Title: ES2011

Date: 06-Sep-2011 - 08-Sep-2011
Location: Brno, Czech Republic
Contact Person: Ilona Janyskova
Meeting Email: < click here to access email >
Web Site: http://www.ujc.cas.cz/oddeleni/index.php?page=es2011_en

Linguistic Field(s): Historical Linguistics

Language Family(ies): Slavic Subgroup

Call Deadline: 30-Sep-2010

Meeting Description:

Etymological Department of the Institute of the Czech Language of the
Academy of Sciences of the Czech Republic holds an international scientific
conference Etymological Symposium Brno 2011: Theory and Empiricism in
Slavonic Diachronic Linguistics, Brno, 6 – 8 September 2011.

Contributions are expected to focus on theoretical aspects of the diachronic
linguistic research illustrated especially on the data from Slavonic languages, or
on empirical problems of diachronic Slavonic linguistics leading to general
theoretical conclusions. Please send in an abstract (1,500 characters at most)
of your contribution in Czech, English, French, German or Russian by 30
September 2010 to the above- mentioned e-mail address. The language of the
contribution is the choice of the author.

Your abstract will be anonymously reviewed by two independent reviewers. You
will be notified by 31 October 2010 whether your contribution has been accepted
for the conference. Written versions of the contributions, provided they are
accepted during another review process, will be published in the series Studia
etymologica Brunensia. The language of the contribution - accompanied by an
abstract in English and by a summary in a Slavonic language – will be English,
French, German or Russian.

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