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Mon Dec 05 2011

FYI: CFP: Anthropology of Language

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        1.     Svetlana Omelchenko , CFP: Anthropology of Language

Message 1: CFP: Anthropology of Language
Date: 03-Dec-2011
From: Svetlana Omelchenko <svetominbox.ru>
Subject: CFP: Anthropology of Language
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Dear Colleagues,

The Institute for Human Sciences (Russia) invites papers for the
almanac "The Anthropology of Language". We seek articles addressing
the following topics:

- methodology of anthropolinguistics
- major categories of anthropolinguistics
- anthropological aspect of the traditional linguistics problems
- studies of the lingual personality
- anthropological interpretation of text units
- anthropological factor in dictionaries and discourses
- interdisciplinary significance of anthropolinguistics

Please submit your papers in Russian or English (up to 22 pages) with
an abstract to the Institute’s address: yandex.ru> by
January 15, 2012. The text should be typewritten 1,5 spaced in Times
New Roman – 14. Contributor’s information should include first and last
names, academic degree, affiliation, mail and email addresses.

Contact information:

Prof. Svetlana Omelchenko
Institute for Human Sciences
Post Box 2679,
Volgograd, 400120, Russia
Email: ihs2009yandex.ru

Linguistic Field(s): Anthropological Linguistics

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