LINGUIST List 22.695|
Thu Feb 10 2011
Calls: General Linguistics, Caucasian Languages/Georgia
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1. Mariam Manjgaladze ,
Linguists and Caucasiologists Symposium
Message 1: Linguists and Caucasiologists Symposium
From: Mariam Manjgaladze <mariamice.ge>
Subject: Linguists and Caucasiologists Symposium
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Full Title: Linguists and Caucasiologists Symposium
Date: 27-Oct-2011 - 28-Oct-2011
Location: Tbilisi, Georgia
Contact Person: Mariam Manjgaladze
Meeting Email: symposiumice.ge
Linguistic Field(s): General Linguistics
Language Family(ies): East Caucasian; Kartvelian; Northwest Caucasian
Call Deadline: 20-Jun-2011
Linguists and caucasiologists symposium, dedicated to the 100th Birth
anniversary of Academician Ketevan Lomtatidze
Ibero-Caucasian languages: structure, history, functioning
We are honoured to invite you to the third international symposium of
linguists and caucasiologists, which is dedicated to the 100th birth
anniversary of an outstanding Georgian linguist, Academician Ketevan
Themes of the symposium:
-Ketevan Lomtatidze and Abkhazian-Abazian languages.
-Problems in historical-comparative research and in the description of
-General linguistic questions and the methodology of description of
language systems and subsystems.
-Theory of an ergative construction.
-Aspects of normativeness of a literary language.
-Lexicology, lexicography, terminology.
-Sociolinguistic, linguo-cultural, ethno-linguistic and psycho-linguistic
aspects of studying languages.
A round table:
Perspectives of the development and the functioning of Caucasian
Various cultural events will be arranged for the participants of the
symposium. Visa support will be provided by the organizational committee.
The registration fee for preparing materials for the symposium:
Foreigners - 50 .
Participants from CIS - 30.
Georgian scientists -50 Gel.
Please, use the following account:
Identification code: 203851242
TBC bank of Georgia. Marjanishvili branch. Code of the bank: TBCBGE22
Recipient: Arnold Chikobava Institute of Linguistics
Those who wish to take part in the symposium should fill in the form and
send it as an attachment to the following address: symposiumice.ge
Please, contact us for farther information:
Phone numbers: +995 32 99 99 41, + 995 99 105 140
Phone numbers: +995 32 99 75 49, + 995 95 333 730
Call For Papers
The working languages of the symposium: Georgian, Russian, English
Georgian and Russian abstracts should be accompanied by their English
version. The Georgian version of English and Russian abstracts will be
prepared by the editorial office. The size of the abstracts of the symposium
should not be more than 2 pages. (500 words)
The text editor - Microsoft Word; Georgian type-face- Acadnusx; English
and Russian font - Times New Roman; format-A4 ; The font size - 11; In
case of using symbols, please send the corresponding font. Pages should
not be numbered. Examples should be written in Italic. Underline-Bold; the
source indication - [Chikobava 1941, 23]
Deadline for submitting the abstracts: June 20, 2011.
Please, send your abstracts to symposiumice.ge.
Plenary meeting report: 20 minutes.
Sectional meeting report: 15 minutes.
Discussion: 10 minutes.
The organizational committee should have notified the author about
the abstract in written form by July 20, 2011.
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