LINGUIST List 25.564|
Mon Feb 03 2014
Calls: General Ling, Historical Ling, Morphology, Semantics, Syntax/Germany
Editor for this issue: Anna White
From: Taja Stoll <stoll.tajagmail.com>
Subject: Language Change and Innovation
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Full Title: Language Change and Innovation
Date: 02-Jul-2014 - 04-Jul-2014
Location: Munich, Germany
Contact Person: Taja Stoll
Meeting Email: < click here to access email >
Web Site: http://www.lipp.uni-muenchen.de/lehre/symposium/21_lipp_symposium/index.html
Linguistic Field(s): General Linguistics; Historical Linguistics; Morphology; Semantics; Syntax
Call Deadline: 26-Apr-2014
Language Change and Innovation
Motivation –Manifestations – Stages
The Graduate School Language and Literature Munich- Class of Language (previously called LIPP) is organising its 21st symposium, which will offer a framework for a synchronically and diachronically oriented treatment of the motivation, the phenomena and the stages of linguistic innovation. The symposium will be held from July 2nd until 4th 2014 at the Bavarian Academy of Sciences in Munich.
If you want to attend the conference without presenting a paper, we kindly request you to register via e-mail (symposium2014lipp.uni-muenchen.de) by June 10th 2014 at the latest. There is no participation fee.
In case you have further questions, please contact symposium2014lipp.uni-muenchen.de.
Prof. Ulrich Detges
Prof. Olav Hackstein
Prof. Anthony Rowley
Filip De Decker
Call for Papers:
The title “Linguistic Innovation” is understood in the sense of processes occurring during different stages of language change, such as grammaticalisation, lexicalisation, morphological innovation (paradigmatic levelling, analogy, etc.) and also reanalysis.
The symposium will offer treatment and discussion of mechanisms and types of language change in respect of to their motivation, which should include both language-internal (language economy, rhetorical efficiency, pragmatic aspects) and language-external factors (language contact, dialect mixture, migration as well as other sociological contexts favouring language change).
You are cordially invited to submit papers on the above mentioned topics.
Talks can be given in English or German, and should not exceed 20 minutes (plus 10 minutes for discussion). After the Symposium, presenters will be invited to submit a manuscript version of their talk for online publication in JournaLIPP http://lipp.ub.lmu.de/ (after review of the paper).
Please send your abstract (in English or German, maximum 400 words) as a Word and PDF file to symposium2014lipp.uni-muenchen.de by April 26th 2014 at the latest.
In your abstract, please do not reveal anything that could indicate the author’s identity but provide the following information in a separate file or in your e-mail:
1. Title of paper
2. Author's name(s) and affiliation(s)
3. Email address
Detailed information about the conference and about the programme will soon be available at http://www.lipp.uni-muenchen.de/lehre/symposium/21_lipp_symposium/index.html.
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