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Sat Sep 03 2011
Confs: Discipline of Linguistics/Norway
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1. Guri Bordal ,
Lost in Linguistics
Message 1: Lost in Linguistics
From: Guri Bordal <g.h.bordalhf.uio.no>
Subject: Lost in Linguistics
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Lost in Linguistics
Date: 10-Oct-2011 - 14-Oct-2011
Location: Oslo, Norway
Contact: Guri Bordal
Contact Email: < click here to access email >
Meeting URL: http://www.hf.uio.no/forskning/utdanning-og-karriere/gjennomforing/sprak/arr_sprak/linguistics.html
Linguistic Field(s): Discipline of Linguistics
Lost in linguistics - Current linguistic theories in a contrastive perspective
The aim of the course is to draw a comparative survey of the most important theoretical orientations within contemporary linguistic research. The course will consist of a general survey of the different theoretical views in the field and more specific lectures about the different subfields (phonology, morphology, syntax, semantics/pragmatics).
General survey: Giorgio Graffi
Phonology: Patrick Honeybone
Morphology: Geert Booij
Syntax: Giorgio Graffi
Semantics: To be announced
The lectures are open, but only formally enrolled PhD-students can obtain ECTS credits for the course. The lectures will take place at the University of Oslo.
Dates: Octobre, 10 - 14, 2011
The application should include:
- A half-page description of your PhD-project (including your theortical framework)
Application deadline: September 15, 2011
The application should be sent to: lost-in-linguisticshf.uio.no
No tuition fee. Travel and accommodation at own expenses.
NB! Regarding the accommodation, though, we are also trying to establish (free) 'hospitality network': we still don't know how many places we will be able to offer, but it is important to let us know as soon as possible if such a solution is desired, in order for us to be able to get an idea of the demand and the number of places needed.
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