LINGUIST List 26.198

Wed Jan 14 2015

Summer Schools: Copenhagen Winter School in Sociolinguistics / Copenhagen, Denmark

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


Date: 09-Jan-2015
From: Louise Kammacher <louisekhum.ku.dk>
Subject: Copenhagen Winter School in Sociolinguistics / Copenhagen, Denmark
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Host Institution: University of Copenhagen
Coordinating Institution: University of Copenhagen
Website: https://phdcourses.dk/Course/37116#.VIrsZb42s_8

Dates: 16-Mar-2015 - 21-Mar-2015
Location: Copenhagen, Denmark

Focus: The LANCHART Centre and the Department of Nordic Research at the University of Copenhagen invite applicants for a PhD winter school in sociolinguistics.
Minimum Education Level: MA

Description:
The overall theme for the course is sociolinguistics, and the participants will gain insights into different research fields within contemporary sociolinguistics. Focus is on newer developments in sociolinguistics, and we will look into concepts like reflexivity, stance, authenticity, indexicality, and normativity. We will discuss these issues both from a theoretical and an empirical perspective.

Teachers will be:

Nik Coupland (University of Copenhagen, University of Technology Sydney, Cardiff University)
Scott Kiesling (University of Pittsburgh)
Marie Maegaard (University of Copenhagen)
Janus Spindler Møller (University of Copenhagen)
Valelia Muni Toke (the Institute for Research on Development, SeDyL, Paris)

For more information please visit:

https://phdcourses.dk/Course/37116#.VIrsZb42s_8
where you can also upload an application for the winter school.


Linguistic Field(s): Sociolinguistics

Registration: 01-Jan-2015 to 01-Feb-2015
Contact Person: Louise Kammacher
                Email: louisekhum.ku.dk

Apply on the web: https://phdcourses.dk/Course/37116#.VIrsZb42s_8

Registration Instructions:
Applications for the course should consist of a one-page presentation of your PhD-project, pointing out which questions/themes you would like to present and discuss as part of the winter school. Deadline for applications: February 1st, 2015.

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