LINGUIST List 21.5088|
Wed Dec 15 2010
Calls: General Linguistics, Ling Theories, Translation/Czech Republic
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20th Annual Meeting of the Society for Language and Languages
Message 1: 20th Annual Meeting of the Society for Language and Languages
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Subject: 20th Annual Meeting of the Society for Language and Languages
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Full Title: 20th Annual Meeting of the Society for Language and Languages
Short Title: GeSuS e.V.
Date: 26-May-2011 - 28-May-2011
Location: Prague, Czech Republic
Contact Person: Martin Lachout
Meeting Email: gesusmup.cz
Web Site: http://www.mup.cz/aktualita/cs/pha/20th-linguistic-days-in-prague-czech-republic/365
Linguistic Field(s): General Linguistics; Linguistic Theories; Translation
Call Deadline: 28-Feb-2011
GeSuS is a non-profit organisation, which, among others, puts emphasis on
supporting scientific exchange of opinions in the area of linguistics, not only
with regard to general language, but also to specific language phenomena.
This invitation is open to all those who are involved with languages on a
scientific level regardless of their place of work and whether or not they are a
student or a university lecturer.
1. Language Didactics (Martin Lachout)
2. Literature and Literature Didactics (Na?a Heinrichová) (Na?a Heinrichová)
3. Translation and Interpretation - Theory, Practice and Didactics (Lenka Pánková))
4. Verbal Semantics (Volkmar Engerer)
5. (Comparative) Syntax and Morphology (Peter Öhl)
6. The Category of Case (Béla Brogyanyi)
7. Multidisciplinary Phonetics (Livia Adamcova)
8. Cognitive Linguistics (Beata Kasperowicz-St??ka)
9. Interdisciplinary Dialectology (Klaus Geyer)
10. Theolinguistics (Albrecht Greule & Elzbieta Kucharska-Dreiss)
11. Language and Law (Bianca Wieland)
12. Persuasive Communication (Marina Iakushevich & Astrid Arning)
Call for Papers
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