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CONF: Call for abstracts. Workshop "Advances in Kartvelian Morphology and Syntax". September 2009, Bremen, Germany

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    [Apologies for multiple posting] ... ADVANCES IN KARTVELIAN MORPHOLOGY AND SYNTAX (Caucasian Language Issues 10) Workshop at the Festival of Languages
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      [Apologies for multiple posting]

      (Caucasian Language Issues 10)

      Workshop at the Festival of Languages
      September 29-30, 2009, Bremen, Germany

      Call Deadline: Monday, May 11, 2009


      Call for Abstracts
      Submissions are invited for the workshop 'Advances in Kartvelian
      Morphology and Syntax', which is the tenth in the series of
      international conferences entitled Caucasian Language Issues
      (Kaukasische Sprachprobleme). The previous event in this series,
      'Kaukasische Sprachprobleme IX', was held in 2001 in Oldenburg,
      Germany. The present workshop will take place in Bremen, Germany,
      September 29-30, 2009 during the Festival of Languages

      The goal of the workshop is to discuss recent developments in the
      study of morphology and syntax of the Kartvelian language family.
      Abstracts for 20 minute talks (plus 10 minute discussion) will be
      considered on topics relating to the synchronic or diachronic study of
      Kartvelian languages from any theoretical perspective. Submissions
      from any scholar (including graduate students) working on Kartvelian
      morphology and syntax are welcome.

      Invited Speakers
      * Winfried Boeder (University of Oldenburg)
      * Alice C. Harris (SUNY Stony Brook)
      * Kevin Tuite (Universite de Montreal)

      Important Dates
      Abstract submission: Monday, May 11, 2009.
      Notification: Monday, June 8, 2009.
      Workshop: Tuesday and Wednesday, September 29-30, 2009.

      * Nino Amiridze (Utrecht University; Institute of
      Oriental Studies, Georgian Academy of Sciences)
      * Tamar Khizanishvili (University of Bremen)
      * Manana Topadze (Univerity of Pavia)

      If after the workshop there will be interest in publishing either a
      proceedings or a special journal issue, then the organizers will take
      responsibility of finding a suitable forum and will act as editors.

      Anonymous abstracts (in English, maximum 2 pages, including data and
      references) have to be submitted electronically as portable document
      format (.pdf) or Microsoft Word (.doc) files via the EasyChair
      conference management system:
      Each abstract will be anonymously reviewed by independent reviewers.

      Workshop Web Page

      Conference Fees
      until July 1, 2009: Full rate 100 E / Student rate 50 E
      after July 1, 2009: Full rate 150 E / Student rate 75 E

      Contact Person
      Tamar Khizanishvili, <tamarkh@...>

      This workshop is part of the "Conference Marathon" within the
      three-weeks programme of the Festival of languages in Bremen.

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