[Corpora-List] CfP: 2015 Colloquium of the Henry Sweet Society of Linguistic Ideas

Passarotti Marco Carlo marco.passarotti at unicatt.it
Thu Dec 4 11:04:55 CET 2014

Colloquium 2015 Gargnano del Garda

The 2015 Colloquium of the Henry Sweet Society of Linguistic Ideas will take place at the Palazzo Feltrinelli, Gargnano del Garda (Italy), from Wednesday 16 September to Saturday 19 September. As usual, contributions on any aspect of the history of linguistics are welcome, as are ideas for panel discussions or thematic sessions. Papers dealing with the history of lexicography and lexicology are especially welcome. The annual Leslie Seiffert Memorial Lecture will be given by Professor John Considine (University of Alberta, Edmonton), on the topic "Challenges and boundaries in the universal history of lexicography".

Deadline for abstracts: Please send an email to Giovanni Iamartino (giovanni.iamartino at unimi.it) with an attachment giving the title, type of contribution, and an abstract (max. 250 words). Your name should not appear in the attachment. In the body of your email please indicate your full contact address and the title of your paper, discussion or thematic session. Papers are expected to be of 20 minutes (+ 10 minutes discussion time). The deadline for submissions is 31 January, 2015. (Notification of acceptance will be made by early March, 2015.)

Information about accommodation and travel as well as updates on the colloquium will be posted here. Registration will open in Spring 2015.

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