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LINGUIST List 21.846

Fri Feb 19 2010

Calls: Psycholing, Socioling/United Kingdom

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

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        1.    Robert McColl Millar, Language Attrition; Dialect Attrition

Message 1: Language Attrition; Dialect Attrition
Date: 17-Feb-2010
From: Robert McColl Millar <r.millarabdn.ac.uk>
Subject: Language Attrition; Dialect Attrition
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Full Title: Language Attrition; Dialect Attrition

Date: 04-Dec-2010 - 04-Dec-2010
Location: Perth, Scotland, United Kingdom
Contact Person: Robert McColl Millar
Meeting Email: r.millarabdn.ac.uk

Linguistic Field(s): Psycholinguistics; Sociolinguistics

Call Deadline: 31-May-2010

Meeting Description:

For its annual symposium, the Forum for Research on the Languages of Scotland
and Ulster wishes to turn to the topic of 'Language Attrition; Dialect
Attrition'. Although the primary focus will be on the languages -- past and
present -- of Scotland and Ireland, we welcome and encourage the presentation of
findings in analogous areas.

Call for Papers

The FRLSU symposia encourage greater engagement and commitment than is the case
with many other conferences; papers generally last 45 minutes. Selected papers
will be published in the Forum's peer-reviewed on-line series.

300-500 word proposals for papers should reach Robert McColl Millar
(r.millarabdn.ac.uk) by 31 May 2010.
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