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Wed Feb 08 2006

FYI: Leiden Summer School in Indo-European Linguistics

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        1.    Alwin Kloekhorst, Leiden Summer School in Indo-European Linguistics

Message 1: Leiden Summer School in Indo-European Linguistics
Date: 08-Feb-2006
From: Alwin Kloekhorst <a.kloekhorstlet.leidenuniv.nl>
Subject: Leiden Summer School in Indo-European Linguistics

Dear Sir / Madam,

We are happy to announce the Leiden Summer School in Indo-European Linguistics
which will be held from 31 July - 11 August 2006 at the Faculty of Arts of
Leiden University.

The program will include courses for beginners (introductions to Tocharian,
Mycenaean, Old Prussian and PIE linguistics) as well as for advanced students
(Sanskrit Historical Phonology, Greek Dialect Inscriptions and Reading Tocharian
Texts), taught by internationally renowned specialists.

Parallel to the Indo-European program, an Indological and a Russian Summer
School will be held as well, which enables students to create their individual

For more information and registration, please go to

Yours sincerely,

Alwin Kloekhorst
Alexander Lubotsky
Department of Comparative Indo-European Linguistics
Leiden University

Linguistic Field(s): Historical Linguistics

Subject Language(s): Greek, Ancient (grc)
Prussian (prg)
Sanskrit (san)
Mycenaean Greek (gmy)
Tokharian A (xto)
Tokharian B (txb)

Language Family(ies): Indo-European

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