LINGUIST List 30.3356

Thu Sep 05 2019

Confs: History of Linguistics/Georgia

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Date: 05-Sep-2019
From: Tinatin Bolkvadze <gashol.gegmail.com>
Subject: International Conference Ideology and Linguistic Ideas 2019
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International Conference Ideology and Linguistic Ideas 2019
Short Title: ILI 2019


Date: 12-Sep-2019 - 14-Sep-2019
Location: Tbilisi, Georgia
Contact: Tinatin Bolkvadze
Contact Email: < click here to access email >
Meeting URL: https://ideologyandlinguisticideas.wordpress.com/call-for-papers/

Linguistic Field(s): History of Linguistics

Meeting Description:

After the two successful conferences in 2015 and 2017, we are pleased to invite scholars interested in the history of linguistic ideas developed alongside with different ideologies in different times once more to Georgia.

200 years ago, in 1819, Rasmus Rask after his well-known work “Investigation of the Origin of the Old Norse or Icelandic Language” (1818), traveled to St. Petersburg and Tbilisi (1819).
During this travel he wrote a paper in German on the Languages and Literatures of Norway, Iceland Sweden and Finland (1819). After that Rasmus Rask travelled in Persia, India and Ceylon. He wrote very important works on the authenticity of the Zend language and on the method of expressing the sounds of the Indian Languages in European characters. These works of Rasmus Rask created the strong basis for the historical-comparative linguistics. Due to this reason our conference is dedicated to Rasmus Rask and 200 years history of comparative and areal linguistics.

Conference Organizers:

Giorgi Akhvlediani Society for the History of Linguistics
Ivane Javakhishvili Tbilisi State University
Royal Danish Academy of Sciences and Letters
St. Petersburg State University

The conference will be held on 12-14 September, 2019 at Ivane Javakhishvili Tbilisi State University (Tbilisi, Georgia).

Program:

September 12, Thursday, 2019

09:00-10:00:
Registration

10:00-10:15:
Opening of the Conference - Welcome Address

10:15-11:00:
Plenary Session
Chair: Tinatin Bolkvadze

Keynote speaker Leonid Chekin (AIRO-XXI Research Centre, Moscow),
Rasmus Rask in Tbilisi (November 8, 1819 – March 5, 1820)

11:00-12:00:
SESSION I

LINGUISTIC CONTRIBUTIONS OF LINGUIST PRACTITIONERS AND NONLINGUISTS

Chair: Vittorio S. Tomelleri

11:00-11:30:
Camiel Hamans (University of Amsterdam, Netherlands/Adam Mickiewicz University Poznań, Poland), An early historical
linguist: the Dutch merchant Lambert ten Kate

11:30-12:00:
Tinatin Bolkvadze (Ivane Javakhishvili Tbilisi State University, Giorgi Akhvlediani Society for the History of Linguistics,
Georgia), Theories on South Caucasian (Kartvelian) languages in the 19th Century

12:00-13:00: BREAK

13:00-14:00:
Plenary Session
Chair: Leonid Chekin
Keynote speaker Frans Gregersen (University of Copenhagen, Denmark), The role of nationalism in Rasmus Rask’s theory of language change

14:00-14:30: BREAK

14:30-16:30:
II SESSION

SOVIET AND EUROPEAN LINGUISTICS: THE INTERSECTION OF PATHS AND OPPOSITIONS

Chair: Camiel Hamans

14:30-15:00:
Bernhard Hurch (University of Graz, Austria), Hugo Schuchardt as a caucasiologist: The Western European connection

15:00-15:30:
Vittorio S. Tomelleri (University of Macerata, Italy), Hugo Schuchardt and Nikolay Marr. About and around the
correspondence

15:30-16:00:
Evgeniy Filimonov (St. Petersburg State University), Schuchardt and the Neogrammarian controversy

16:00-16:30:
Sébastien Moret (Lausanne University, Switzerland), Linguistics and Ideology, Sauvageot and Marr

16:30-17:00: BREAK

17:00-18:00:
III SESSION

SEMITIC PHILOLOGY AND JEWISH LANGUAGES

Chair: Bernhard Hurch

17:00-17:30:
Aharon Maman (The Hebrew University of Jerusalem, Israel), Ideology and Comparative Semitic Philology in 10th
Century Andalus

17:30-18:00:
Reuven Enoch (Ruben Enukashvili) (Ariel University, Israel) Why did the Georgian Jews Translate Tavsili: Language,
History and Ideology


September 13, Friday, 2019

10:00-11:00:
Registration of Conference Participants

11:00-12:00:
Plenary Session

Chair: Frans Gregersen

Keynote speaker Hans Basbøll (University of Southern Denmark, Odense), Rasmus Rask as segmental phonologist and prosodist: important influences from his early years, and some consequences for Rask’s views on speech and language

12:00-13:00:
IV SESSION

RASMUS RASK

Chair: Hans Basbøll

12:00-12:30:
Yuri Kleiner (St. Petersburg State University), Rasmus Rask and Jakob Grimm: Two Lautverschiebung Models 12:30-13:00 Marine Ivanishvili (Iv. Javakhishvili Tbilisi State University, Georgia), Rasmus Rask about Georgian writing and transliteration and the books bought by him in Tbilisi

13:00-14:00: BREAK

14:00-16:00:
V SESSION

LINGUISTIC AND CULTURAL CONTACTS AND POLITICAL MOVEMENT

Chair: Aleksey Andronov

14:00-14:30:
Sorin Paliga (University of Bucharest, Romania), A continuing problem: the substratum influence on Romanian and the ideological approaches

14:30-15:00:
Dan Ungureanu (Charles University, Prague, Czech Republic), The lexical substratum of Romanian: Two centuries of linguistic debates and patriotic fights

15:00-15:30:
Julie Christensen (George Mason University, Fairfax, VA, USA), The Wardrops and Autocephaly: From Georgian Language to Political Action
15:30-16:00 Tinatin Margalitadze (Ivane Javakhishvili Tbilisi State University, Giorgi Akhvlediani Society for the History of Linguistics, Georgia), Marika Odzeli (Ministry of Education, Science, Culture and Sport of Georgia), An Interesting Page in the History of English-Georgian Lexicography

16:00-16:30: BREAK

16:00-18:00:
VI SESSION

IDEOLOGY AND GRAMMAR

Chair: Yuri Kleiner

16:30-17:00:
Vladimir Kurdyumov (National Taichung University of Education, Taiwan), The Ordeals of Chinese Grammar in the Framework of Different Ideologies

17:00-17:30:
Kilu von Prince (Humboldt-Universität, Berlin, Germany), Marcin Kilarski (Adam Mickiewicz University, Poznań, Poland), Expressing ideologies through linguistic examples: The case of polysynthesis and recursion

17:30-18:00:
Aleksey Andronov (St. Petersburg State University), Evgenij Polivanov’s “The main features of the Dungan language” (1937): linguistic and ideological context of the unpublished manuscript


September 14, Saturday, 2019

11:00-12:00:
VII SESSION

GOTHIC AND ANGLO-SAXON WRITTEN SOURCES

Chair: Vladimir Kurdyumov

11:00-11:30:
Artemij Keidan (Sapienza University of Rome), Gothicism ideology and the discovery of the Codex Argenteus

11:30-12:00:
Tinatin Margalitadze (Ivane Javakhishvili Tbilisi State University, Giorgi Akhvlediani Society for the History of Linguistics, Georgia), George Meladze (Ivane Javakhishvili Tbilisi State University, Georgia) Online Reader of Gothic and Anglo-Saxon Written Records

12:00-13:00: BREAK

13:00-14:30:
VIII SESSION

LANGUAGE POLICY AND LINGUISTICS

Chair: Tinatin Margalitadze

13:00-13:30:
Merab Nachkebia (Sokhumi State University, Tbilisi, Georgia), Manana Tabidze (Saint Andrew the First-called Georgian University of the Patriarchate of Georgia, Tbilisi, Georgia), Cultural and Socio-Political Context of Language Reform (Language Reforms in Georgia)

13:30-14:00:
Tariel Sikharulidze (Ataturk University Erzurum, Turkey), Jujuna Sikharulidze (Ibrahim Cecen University, Turkey), The chronological devaluation of ideological stamps

14:00-14:30:
Tamar Makharoblidze (Ilia State University, Tbilisi, Georgia), Georgian tactile and the problems of Deaf-blind in Georgia

14:30-15:00: BREAK

15:30-17:00:
IX SESSION (German language session)

IDEOLOGICAL DISCOURSE AND LINGUISTIC METHODS

Chair: Konstantine Bregadze

15:00-15:30:
Konstantine Bregadze (Ivane Javakhishvili Tbilisi State University, Georgia), The Functioning of Ideological Discourse
in Official Texts under the Totalitarian Regime (based on the material from a collection of papers dedicated to Stalin’s 60 birth anniversary)

15:30-16:00:
Rusudan Zekalashvili (Ivane Javakhishvili Tbilisi State University, Georgia), Ideology and Soviet Era Georgian Lexicography

16:00-16:30:
Marina Andrazashvili, Natalia Basilaia (Ivane Javakhishvili Tbilisi State University, Georgia), Ideological Pressure, Dictate of Time or Wrongly Selected Methodological Basis? (Based on the results of the historical-contrastive analysis of Russian and Georgian equivalents of German to




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