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LINGUIST List 20.3348

Sat Oct 03 2009

Calls: Uralic Lang, Typology/Estonia

Editor for this issue: Kate Wu <katelinguistlist.org>

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        1.    Anne Tamm, Uralic Typological Database Meeting

Message 1: Uralic Typological Database Meeting
Date: 02-Oct-2009
From: Anne Tamm <anne.tammunifi.it>
Subject: Uralic Typological Database Meeting
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Full Title: Uralic Typological Database Meeting
Short Title: UTDM2009

Date: 26-Nov-2009 - 27-Nov-2009
Location: Tallinn, Estonia
Contact Person: Anne Tamm
Meeting Email: anne.tammunifi.it
Web Site: http://uralictypology.pbworks.com/UTDM2009

Linguistic Field(s): Typology

Language Family(ies): Uralic

Call Deadline: 10-Nov-2009

Meeting Description:

Uralic Typological Database Meeting

Call for Papers

The purpose of the Uralic Typological Database Meeting in Tallinn is the following:
- to advance the scientific study of the Uralic languages (official languages as
well as variants) and define their structures within the context of
cross-linguistic diversity;
- to further mutual awareness, dialogue, and co-operation between the
international community of linguists specialized in the particular Uralic
languages and those interested in the Uralic data across theoretical frameworks
and subdisciplines;
- to provide a forum for the Uralic languages and for working towards a
database structure that is useful for linguists across linguistic frameworks, in
the spirit of linguistic typology;
- and by doing so, to identify the areas of critically missing research in the
Uralic linguistics

We are featuring talks, speed papers and posters on the topic of linguistic
databases and Uralic languages. Students are encouraged. Please send your
abstract (1 page) by Nov. 10, 2009 to svenerikeki.ee
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