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LINGUIST List 21.3557

Tue Sep 07 2010

Confs: Anthroling, Historical Ling, Socioling/Spain

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        1.    Joan Tort, 24th ICOS International Congress of Onomastic Sciences

Message 1: 24th ICOS International Congress of Onomastic Sciences
Date: 07-Sep-2010
From: Joan Tort <toponimiaonomastica.cat>
Subject: 24th ICOS International Congress of Onomastic Sciences
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24th ICOS International Congress of Onomastic Sciences
Short Title: XXXIV ICOS

Date: 05-Sep-2011 - 09-Sep-2011
Location: Barcelona, Spain
Contact: Joan Tort
Contact Email: infobarcelona.onomastica.cat
Meeting URL: http://barcelona.onomastica.cat/en/

Linguistic Field(s): Anthropological Linguistics; Historical Linguistics;

Meeting Description:

The International Council of Onomastic Sciences (ICOS) is the international
organization for anybody who has a special interest in the study of names
(place-names, personal names, and proper names of all kinds). The aim of the
Council is the advancement, representation and co-ordination of name-research on
an international level and in an interdisciplinary context.

The 24th International Congress of Onomastic Sciences will be held in Barcelona,
at the University of Barcelona.

The conference is organized under the auspices of ICOS, the Catalan Government
(Generalitat) and the University of Barcelona, and has the overall theme of
reference: 'Names in Daily Life'

Congress sections by theme:

1. Terminology
2. Onomastic Theory
3. Onomastics and Linguistics
4. Names in Society
5. Anthroponomastics
6. Toponomastics
7. Onomastics and History
8. Onomastics and Geography
9. Onomastics and Culture
10. Cartography and place names: New Platforms for Information Management
11. Onomastics and Standardization Process
12. Catalan Onomastics
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