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LINGUIST List 25.364

Tue Jan 21 2014

Summer Schools: International Summer School in Language Documentation and Linguistic Diversity/ Stockholm, Sweden

Editor for this issue: Malgorzata Cavar <gosialinguistlist.org>

Date: 21-Jan-2014
From: Ljuba Veselinova <ljubaling.su.se>
Subject: International Summer School in Language Documentation and Linguistic Diversity/ Stockholm, Sweden
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International Summer School in Language Documentation and Linguistic Diversity

Host Institution: Stockholm University
Coordinating Institution: Stockholm University
Website: http://www.ling.su.se/summerschool2014

Dates: 23-Jun-2014 - 04-Jul-2014
Location: Stockholm, Sweden

Focus: The Summer School in Language Documentation and Linguistic Diversity (LDLD) offers courses focusing on various aspects of language documentation, description and support, from both theoretical and practical perspectives.

Minimum Education Level: BA

Description:
The Department of Linguistics at Stockholm University invites advanced students (PhD. or M.A. level) in linguistics and related fields to participate in The International Summer School in Language Documentation and Linguistic Diversity.

Courses cover a wide range of topics, from theoretical and methodological issues in language documentation, description and support to language typology, from areal linguistics to multilingualism, from social cognition to the documentation of semantic diversity. In addition, the Summer School offers practical training in fieldwork and documentation methods, audio and video recording techniques, software for language documentation (such as Toolbox, Flex, ELAN), and digital mapping. The Summer School will also host a Young Linguists' International Conference on Saturday 28 June 2014.

The school can be seen as the next in the series of 3L summer schools and it draws upon the extensive expertise of the five main organizing institutions:
Department of Linguistics, Stockholm University
Centre for Research on Bilingualism, Stockholm University
Endangered Languages Project, SOAS, University of London
Laboratoire Dynamique Du Langage (DDL), Université de Lyon
Leiden University Centre for Linguistics

Courses
Contact languages/ Instructor: Mikael Parkvall
Documentation and diversity: semantics/ Instructors: Maria Koptjevskaja Tamm, David P. Wilkins and Felix Ameka
Documentation, collaboration and revitalization in multilingual Central Asia/Instructor: Henrik Liljegren
Fieldwork on endangered languages: the variety of speakers, actors of revitalization and the role of linguists/ Instructors: Colette Grinevald and Michel Bert
Fragments of Ewe grammars of structure and use/ Instructors: Felix Ameka and Yvonne Agbetsoamedo
Language documentation and sociolinguistics/ Instructor: Julia Sallabank
Linguistic typology/ Instructors: Ljuba Veselinova and Maria Koptjevskaja Tamm
Migration-related linguistic variation in multilingual Sweden/ Instructor: Memet Aktürk Drake
Principles and Practices of Language Documentation/Instructor: Peter K. Austin
Social cognition and language diversity/Instructor: Henrik Bergqvist
TAME (Tense-aspect-mood-evidentiality)/ Instructor: Östen Dahl
Technology and language documentation/ Instructor: Anthony Jukes

Plenary talks
Felix Ameka: ''Moving Documentary Linguistics Forward''
Peter Austin: ''Interactions and interplays between language documentation and revitalisation''
Östen Dahl: “Language complexity”
Caroline Kerfoot: “Indexicalities of ‘race’, ethnicity and gender: analyzing data in multilingual contexts”
Johanna Mesch: “Creating resources for sign language: The Case of Swedish sign language”
Catrin Norrby: “Interaction and Variation in Pluricentric Languages. The Case of Swedish in Sweden and Finland”
Julia Sallabank: “Language documentation and language policy”

Training sessions
Databases, maps and mapping tools in linguistics/ Instructor: Ljuba Veselinova
Hands-on on recording techniques for linguistic research/ Instructor: Mattias Heldner
Praat and ELAN/ Instructor: Elisabet Eir Cortes
Toolbox/ Instructor: Peter Austin

Linguistic Field(s): General Linguistics

Tuition: 230.00 GBP

Tuition Explanation:

Students / unemployed:
early bird – £230 (GBP)
regular – £300 (GBP)

Full rate (postdocs, university teachers):
early bird – £280 (GBP)
regular – £350 (GBP)

Early bird registration closes April 30th

Registration: 20-Dec-2013 to 22-Jun-2014

Contact Person: Hanna Rönnquist
Email: summerschoolling.su.se

Apply on the web: http://form.jotform.co/form/33522681424855

Registration Instructions:
- Fill out the registration form at the url above.
- Pay the fee through the web store (link from the school url), no later than one month after registration.
- If you wish to pay the lower student fee, you need to provide a proof of your student status. Please do so by sending us a digital copy to us by e-mail to summerschoolling.su.se no later than one month after registration.
- You will receive a confirmation of your registration by e-mail within 2 weeks of registration.
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