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Thu Dec 02 2010
Calls: Translation, General Ling/Czech Republic
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Society for Language and Languages, 20th Annual Meeting
Message 1: Society for Language and Languages, 20th Annual Meeting
From: Peter Oehl <oehlgesus-info.de>
Subject: Society for Language and Languages, 20th Annual Meeting
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Full Title: Society for Language and Languages, 20th Annual Meeting
Short Title: GeSuS e.V.
Date: 26-May-2011 - 28-May-2011
Location: Prague, Czech Republic
Contact Person: Martin Lachout
Meeting Email: < click here to access email >
Web Site: http://www.mup.cz/aktualita/cs/pha/20th-linguistic-days-in-prague-czech-republic/365
Linguistic Field(s): General Linguistics; Translation
Call Deadline: 28-Feb-2011
GeSuS is a non-profit organisation, which, among others, puts emphasis on supporting scientific exchange of opinions in the area of linguistics, not only with regard to general language, but also to specific language phenomena.
This invitation is open to all those who are involved with languages on a scientific level regardless of their place of work and whether or not they are a student or a university lecturer.
1. Language Didactics (Martin Lachout)
2. Literature and Literature Didactics (Naďa Heinrichová) (Naďa Heinrichová)
3. Translation and Interpretation - Theory, Practice and Didactics (Lenka Pánková))
4. Verbal Semantics (Volkmar Engerer)
5. (Comparative) Syntax and Morphology (Peter Öhl)
6. The Category of Case (Béla Brogyanyi)
7. Multidisciplinary Phonetics (Livia Adamcova)
8. Cognitive Linguistics (Beata Kasperowicz-Stążka)
9. Lexicology and Dialectology (Klaus Geyer)
10. Theolinguistics (Albrecht Greule & Elzbieta Kucharska-Dreiss)
11. Language and Law (Bianca Wieland)
12. Persuasive Communication (Marina Iakushevich & Astrid Arning)
Call for Papers:
All presentations, which specifically deal with linguistics, are very welcome at this conference. Apart from that you will also have a chance to meet your colleagues socially and enjoy a cultural event. A part of the conference is a guided tour of Prague on 26th May 2011 and a reception on 27th May 2011.
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