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LINGUIST List 22.3981

Wed Oct 12 2011

Calls: Modern Greek, Sociolinguistics/Germany

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        1.     Theodossia-Soula Pavlidou , Gender and the Greek Language


Message 1: Gender and the Greek Language
Date: 11-Oct-2011
From: Theodossia-Soula Pavlidou <pavlidoulit.auth.gr>
Subject: Gender and the Greek Language
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Full Title: Gender and the Greek Language

Date: 03-Feb-2012 - 03-Feb-2012
Location: Berlin, Germany
Contact Person: Theodossia-Soula Pavlidou
Meeting Email: < click here to access email >

Linguistic Field(s): Sociolinguistics

Subject Language(s): Greek, Modern

Call Deadline: 11-Nov-2011

Meeting Description:

Ā«Gender and the Greek LanguageĀ» is the topic of a one-day symposium organized at the Institute of Greek and Latin Languages and Literatures (Chair for Modern Greek Studies) of the Free University in Berlin. The purpose is to bring together scholars who work on gender in connection with the Greek language and provide a forum for the systematic discussion of the issues that have arisen in this field of research over the years.

Call for Papers:

'Gender' is understood very broadly as an umbrella under which questions of social gender, grammatical gender, gender ideologies, sexuality, etc., can be discussed, without restrictions as to theoretical stances or paradigms. Priority is however given to contributions based on naturalistic data.

Submissions (in English) are invited on any aspect of gender in relationship to the Greek language. Please send your abstract (300 words) to pavlidoulit.auth.gr or to m.pechlivanosfu-berlin.de by November 11, 2011.



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