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Thu Jan 27 2011
Calls: Slavic, General Ling/France
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1. Irina Kor Chahine ,
6th Congress of the Slavic Linguistics Society
Message 1: 6th Congress of the Slavic Linguistics Society
From: Irina Kor Chahine <irina_korchahineyahoo.fr>
Subject: 6th Congress of the Slavic Linguistics Society
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Full Title: 6th Congress of the Slavic Linguistics Society
Short Title: SLS 2011
Date: 01-Sep-2011 - 03-Sep-2011
Location: Aix-en-Provence, France
Contact Person: Irina Kor Chahine
Meeting Email: < click here to access email >
Web Site: http://gsite.univ-provence.fr/gsite/document.php?pagendx=10750&project=dept-slave
Linguistic Field(s): General Linguistics
Language Family(ies): Slavic Subgroup
Call Deadline: 31-Mar-2011
The purpose of the Slavic Linguistic Society is to create a community of students and scholars interested in Slavic linguistics in its broadest sense, that is systematic and scholarly study of the Slavic languages and of the contact between Slavic and non-Slavic languages. The Society aspires to be as open and inclusive as possible; no school, framework, approach, or theory is presupposed, nor is there any restriction in terms of geography, academic affiliation or status.
Call for Papers:
Deadlines for abstracts: 31 March 2011.
Papers dealing with any aspect of Slavic linguistics as understood above and within any framework are appropriate, including sociolinguistics, computational linguistics, language acquisition, etc. The only restriction is that all papers should address an issue pertaining to Slavic linguistics as defined above. We encourage everyone to participate and ask you to share this announcement with as many colleagues and students as possible. In view of the openness of our orientation, all papers are expected to be readily intelligible to other scholars, regardless of theoretical orientation.
All abstracts should contain the following information:
(i) Title of the paper;
(ii) Name of author(s);
(iii) Author's institution;
(iv) Author's e-mail address;
(v) 3-5 key words;
(vi) Abstract of the paper;
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