LINGUIST List 21.4942

Tue Dec 07 2010

Calls: Celtic, Historical Ling, Socioling, General Ling/USA

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        1.     Brian Joseph , Celtic Studies Association of North America

Message 1: Celtic Studies Association of North America
Date: 05-Dec-2010
From: Brian Joseph <joseph.1osu.edu>
Subject: Celtic Studies Association of North America
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Full Title: Celtic Studies Association of North America Short Title: CSANA
Date: 19-May-2011 - 22-May-2011 Location: Columbus, Ohio, USA Contact Person: Michael Meckler
Meeting Email: < click here to access email >

Linguistic Field(s): General Linguistics; Historical Linguistics; Sociolinguistics

Language Family(ies): Continental Celtic; Hispanic Celtic; Insular Celtic

Call Deadline: 01-Feb-2011

Meeting Description:

This conference is the annual meeting of the Celtic Studies Association of NorthAmerica (CSANA), an organization devoted to the study of all aspects of thelife, language, history, folklore, literature, and culture of the various Celticpeoples.

Plenary speakers for this year's conference include Michelle Brown (Universityof London), Peredur Lynch (University of Bangor), and Gearóid Ó Crualaoich(University College, Cork).

Call for Papers:

Papers from all areas within Linguistics are welcome, with the only requirementbeing that they must deal in some way with data from one or more of the Celticlanguages, ancient or modern, either on their own or in conjunction with othertypologically, genealogically, or geographically related languages. Approaches toCeltic data of a sociolinguistic, historical, theoretical, descriptive, orpsycholinguistic nature, to name just a few, are encouraged.

Please send or email abstracts for 20-minute papers on any aspect of CelticStudies, to: Dr. Michael Meckler, Center for Epigraphical and PalaeographicalStudies, The Ohio State University, 190 Pressey Hallm Columbus, Ohio 43210-1002 (meckler.12osu.edu).




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