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LINGUIST List 24.702

Thu Feb 07 2013

Calls: Anthro Ling, Socioling, Lang Doc, Applied Ling, Text/Corpus Ling/Germany

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

Date: 06-Feb-2013
From: Katharina Franko <katharina.frankolipp.lmu.de>
Subject: Endangered Languages
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Full Title: Endangered Languages
Short Title: 19th LIPP Symposium

Date: 10-Jul-2013 - 12-Jul-2013
Location: Munich, Germany
Contact Person: Katharina Franko
Meeting Email: < click here to access email >
Web Site: http://lipp-lmu.de/Gastprogramm/Symposium/19-LIPPSymposium

Linguistic Field(s): Anthropological Linguistics; Applied Linguistics; Language Documentation; Sociolinguistics; Text/Corpus Linguistics

Call Deadline: 17-May-2013

Meeting Description:

Over 2.500 of the world’s more than 6.500 existing languages are classified as endangered - not to mention dialects. This concerns mostly regional and minority languages. The numbers of active speakers is constantly decreasing as a result of natural circumstances, and the reasons for languages becoming endangered are diverse and interrelated.

The symposium, which is being held in the context of the Graduate School Language & Literature of the Ludwig-Maximilian University, focuses on three main topics:

1. The description and analysis of languages and their dialects which are distinguished from each other according to the degree to which they are threatened: In this connection, the ‘external’ conditions that influence languages and classify them as being ‘endangered’ will be presented and discussed, in addition to the ‘internal’ factors which are caused by the linguistic community itself.
2. The goals, intentions and methods of documentation of endangered languages and dialects: Not only classical methods will be presented but also what role the web 2.0 and other so-called new media are playing in this process will be considered in this part of the discussion.
3. Language policy measures which, from an institutional point of view, have a significant impact on the development and the degree of the vitality of a language.

Important Data:

The conference will be held in cooperation with the Bayerische Akademie der Wissenschaften.
Contact: symposium2013lipp.lmu.de
Conference dates: 10-12 July 2013
Location: Bayerische Akademie der Wissenschaften, Alfons-Goppel-Straße 11 (Residenz), 80539 Munich

Aegis:

Prof. Thomas Krefeld
Prof. Anthony Rowley
Prof. Elena Skribnik

Organizing Committee:

Patricia de Crignis
Melanie Eibl
Katharina Franko
Nikolas Koch
Zsófia Schön

Call for Papers:

Please send abstracts by email to symposium2013lipp.lmu.de, with the subject labeled ‘Symposium Abstract’ and put the details about the author (including name, email, affiliation and title of abstract) in the body of the email. The abstract should be 400-500 words in English or German, with the title of the paper and references (and data or diagrams if needed).

Deadline for abstract submission: 17 May 2013



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