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Thu Dec 01 2011
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1. Razaul Faquire ,
Migration and Its Linguistic Consequences in South Asia
Message 1: Migration and Its Linguistic Consequences in South Asia
From: Razaul Faquire <bangla1999hotmail.com>
Subject: Migration and Its Linguistic Consequences in South Asia
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Full Title: Migration and Its Linguistic Consequences in South Asia
Short Title: MMM15
Date: 05-Aug-2013 - 10-Aug-2013
Location: Manchester City, United Kingdom
Contact Person: Razaul Faquire
Meeting Email: < click here to access email >
Web Site: http://www.nomadit.co.uk/iuaes/iuaes2013/panels.php5?PanelID=1467
Linguistic Field(s): Anthropological Linguistics; Sociolinguistics
Call Deadline: 31-Jan-2012
The aim of the 17th IUAES2013 session titled 'Issues of Migration and Its Linguistic Consequences in the Different Regions of South Asia throughout the History' is to explore the issues of linguistic consequences, e.g. language shift and creation of lingua francas which occurred due to the immigration and internal migration of various speech communities in the different regions of South Asia throughout the history.
The immigration of various speech communities occurred in South Asia in different phases throughout the history. It frequently occurred with the incidence of conquest and colonization. The immigration of the Aryans and Central Asians, and the colonization by the British (and partly by the Tibetans), shaped the linguistic composition of South Asia. Therefore, the language situation which now persists in South Asia has been gradually created through language contact between the languages of immigrants' speech communities and indigenous communities. The pattern of language contact, however, changed over time with the occurrence of each major flow of migration. Regardless of this pattern, the immigrants' languages always played dominant roles, changing the languages of both immigrant and native speech communities and creating a few lingua francas in the different regions of South Asia. Accordingly, the proposed panel will address the following issues relating to the linguistic consequences of migration in South Asia:
a) Timeline of major events of migration of various speech communities in the language situation of South Asia
b) Linguistic consequences of the immigration of various speech communities in South Asia
c) Process of creation of lingua francas due to the linguistic consequences of migration in South Asia
d) Present trend of language contact due to the migration in the language situation in South Asia
This academic session aims to facilitate communication and exchange of information and experience among the scholars, academics and students who are involved in the study of migration and its linguistic consequences in South Asia and other parts of the world.
Call for Papers:
You are invited to submit a short abstract (under 300 characters including spaces) and a long abstract (the normal 250 words) of your paper via online form from our website (http://www.nomadit.co.uk/iuaes/iuaes2013/panels.php5?PanelID=1467) on any of the issues of migration and its linguistic consequences in South Asia.
The Organizing Committee of 17th IUAES will offer financial support and favorable policies to a limited number of scholars and students from non-affluent countries. The guidelines on financial support can be found on our website (http://www.iuaes2013.org/index.html).
A formal invitation will be sent to you after the abstract has been reviewed and accepted.
Deadline for submission of abstract: January 31, 2012
Notification of acceptance: February 29, 2012
Deadline for submission of final version of accepted abstract: June 30, 2012
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