LINGUIST List 21.1644

Mon Apr 05 2010

Calls: Pragmatics, Semantics, Syntax, Ancient Greek& Latin Lang/France

Editor for this issue: Kate Wu <>

        1.    Camille Denizot, Latin Quis, Grec τίς/τις : Deux Grammèmes Parallèles ?

Message 1: Latin Quis, Grec τίς/τις : Deux Grammèmes Parallèles ?
Date: 04-Apr-2010
From: Camille Denizot <>
Subject: Latin Quis, Grec τίς/τις : Deux Grammèmes Parallèles ?
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Full Title: Latin Quis, Grec τίς/τις : Deux Grammèmes Parallèles ?

Date: 21-Jan-2011 - 21-Jan-2011 Location: Rouen, France Contact Person: Emmanuel Dupraz Meeting Email:

Les propositions seront évaluées par le comité scientifique du colloque et fera parvenir les notifications d'acceptation début octobre 2010. Les actes de cette journée d'études feront l'objet d'une publication aux Presses Universitaires de Rouen et du Havre.

Dates Importantes : 30 juin 2010 : titre de la communication proposée 10 septembre 2010 : résumé de la communication proposée début octobre 2010 : notification d'acceptation
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