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LINGUIST List 22.4546

Mon Nov 14 2011

Calls: Latin,Historical Linguistics/Italy

Editor for this issue: Alison Zaharee <alisonlinguistlist.org>

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        1.     Piera Molinelli , Latin Vulgaire - Latin Tardif

Message 1: Latin Vulgaire - Latin Tardif
Date: 13-Nov-2011
From: Piera Molinelli <piera.molinelliunibg.it>
Subject: Latin Vulgaire - Latin Tardif
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Full Title: Latin Vulgaire - Latin Tardif
Short Title: LVLT 10

Date: 05-Sep-2012 - 09-Sep-2012
Location: Bergamo, Italy
Contact Person: Piera Molinelli
Meeting Email: < click here to access email >

Meeting URL: http://www.unibg.it/struttura/en_struttura.asp?cerca=en_dslc_lvlt10_intro

Linguistic Field(s): Historical Linguistics

Subject Language(s): Latin

Call Deadline: 15-Feb-2012

Meeting Description:

10th International Conference 'Latin Vulgaire - Latin Tardif'
Bergamo, 5-9 September 2012

After Lyon (2009), Oxford (2006), Sevilla (2003), Helsinki (2000), Heidelberg (1997), Caen (1994), Innsbruck (1991), Bologna (1988), Pécs (1985), the 10th International Conference on Latin Vulgaire - Latin Tardif (LVLT 10) will take place at the University of Bergamo, Italy, from Wednesday 5 September to Sunday 9 September 2012 (next year).

The academic organizer of this conference will be Professor Piera Molinelli (Dipartimento di Scienze dei Linguaggi, della Comunicazione e degli Studi Culturali, Università di Bergamo); the local organizers will be Piera Molinelli (coordinator), Giuliano Bernini, Pierluigi Cuzzolin, Federica Guerini, and Francesco Lo Monaco.

Six keynote speakers have been invited: Frédérique Biville (Lyon), Heiner Böhmer (Dresden), Gualtiero Calboli (Bologna), Gerd Haverling (Uppsala), Marco Mancini (Viterbo) and Daniela Urbanová (Brno).

As in the previous meetings, this conference will be held under the patronage of the Comité international pour l'étude du latin vulgaire et tardif:

Gualtiero Calboli (Bologna, Italia), Honorary President of the Committee
Frédérique Biville (Lyon 2, France), President of the Committee
Carmen Arias Abellán (Sevilla, España)
Louis Callebat (Caen, France)
Benjamín García Hernández (Madrid, España)
Gerd Haverling (Uppsala, Sverige)
Maria Iliescu (Innsbruck, Österreich)
Sándor Kiss (Debrecen, Magyarország)
Piera Molinelli (Bergamo, Italia)
Harm Pinkster (Amsterdam, Nederland)
Maria Selig (Regensburg, Deutschland)
Heikki Solin (Helsinki, Suomi)
Roger Wright (Liverpool, United Kingdom)

The cost per person, including conference fee, coffee breaks and a buffet meal, is 100 euros (50 euros for PhD students and partners). If you have any questions, please don't hesitate to contact us at the following email address: lvlt10unibg.it


If you wish to receive the next circular, you are kindly requested to send an email to lvlt10unibg.it before 30 November 2011, providing information about your name and surname, academic position and affiliation, and the email address to which the next circulars should be sent.

Call for Papers:

If you are interested in contributing with a presentation, please submit an abstract no longer than 30 lines by 15 February 2012 (extended deadline) to the following email address:


The local organizing committee will rate the abstract submitted and send out a response on them by the end of February.

Proposals will be discarded if they go beyond the chronological limit of the 10th century CE.

The abstracts should contain:

Name and surname of the author(s)
Title of the contribution
Affiliation and country

There will be presentations of 30 minutes (20 for presentation + 10 for discussion), arranged in parallel sessions. The conference languages are English, French, German, Italian, and Spanish.

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