July 15-20, 2012 | University of Vienna
Conference: University of Vienna, Austrian Latin America Institute, Museum of Ethnology
54th International Congress of Americanists: Building Dialogues in the Americas
Americanist scholarship is marked by a vibrant diversity of ontological, epistemological, and methodological questions. Since its inception, Americanists have gathered at ICA meetings to discuss empirical and normative scholarship, liberal and conservative politics, positivist and post-positivist perspectives, as well as activists and theoretical approaches, among other things. While these specializations often have been artificially separated, we aim to facilitate sharing of insights, questions, methods and viewpoints that could foster dynamic dialogues.
March 27-30, 2012 | Caja de los Trebejos, Hotel Potrero de los Funes, San Luis
Conference: La Sociedad Argentina de Lingüística y el Instituto de Formación Docente Continua-San Luis
XIII Congreso de la Sociedad Argentina de Lingüística
La Sociedad Argentina de Lingüística y el Instituto de Formación Docente Continua- San Luis convocan al XIII Congreso Nacional de Lingüística que se llevará a cabo en San Luis, entre el 27 y el 30 de marzo de 2012, en “la Caja de los Trebejos” del Hotel Potrero de los Funes.
Este nuevo congreso de la SAL tiene por objetivo propiciar el análisis científico y la discusión de resultados de trabajos o proyectos de investigación sobre la Lingüística desde sus distintas orientaciones teóricas y metodológicas.
February 28 - March 2, 2012 | University of Bremen
Conference: Klaus Zimmermann, Otto Zwartjes, and Martina Schrader-Kniffki
Seventh International Conference in Missionary Linguistics
The General Topic of the conference is Impacts of Colonial Thinking on Intercultural, Transcultural and Translational Processes and the Influence of the Missionized Other in Missionary Linguistics
June 24-25, 2011 | University of Leipzig (Germany)
Workshop: Femmy Admiraal, Swintha Danielsen, and Katja Hannß (Americanist Group)
Word Formation in South American Languages
The upcoming meeting of the Americanist group, June 24 and 25 (possibly, depending on the number of contributions), will be organized in Leipzig this time, by Femmy Admiraal, Swintha Danielsen, and Katja Hannß.
The topic of this year's Americanist Meeting is Word Formation in South American Languages.
Call for papers
April 27-28, 2011 | Max Planck Institute for Psycholinguistics, Nijmegen
Workshop: Languages in Contact (Radboud University Nijmegen), Syntax, Typology, and Information Structure Group (MPI for Psycholinguistics Nijmegen)
Information Structure and Subordination:
South America and Beyond
The workshop, organized by the research group Languages in Contact (Radboud University Nijmegen) and the Syntax, Typology, and Information Structure Group (MPI for Psycholinguistics Nijmegen) will be hosted by the Max Planck Institute for Psycholinguistics in Nijmegen, the Netherlands.
We suggest a number of topics, but note that the workshop is by no means restricted to these.
- Information structure marking within subordinate clauses
- The order of main and subordinate clause in relation to information structure
- The type of information found in subordinate clauses
- Tail-head linkage
- Switch-reference and discourse structuring
- Subordinate clauses and reference tracking
- Backgrounding and foregrounding and subordination
For more details see: Call for Papers
February 24-25, 2011 | University of Copenhagen
Conference: Nordic Network for Amerindian Studies (Netindis)
Original Languages of the American Continent
The last two or three decades have seen a growing focus on endangered languages, and much initiative has been undertaken with the purpose of documenting languages – before it is too late. The Nordic Network for Amerindian Studies, Netindis, convenes its 3rd international conference focusing on Amerindian languages in an effort to explore the variety of measures being undertaken to strengthen their position in general and in relation to the various national languages. The conference will feature five keynote speakers who have all worked for years in this area, each with their individual expertise and background. Netindis members as well as others who have worked with Amerindian languages and with language education are invited to participate in the conference and to present individual papers related to the topic.
For more details see Call for Papers
December 10-13, 2009 | Stuttgart/Germany
Organiser: Gunter Lange
INDIANER INUIT: The North American Native Film Festival 2009
Organisation of the Film Festivals
Supported by the German UNICEF Stuttgart, the American Indian Film Institute and Festival in San Francisco and the Dreamspeakers International Indigenous Film Festival Edmonton, Canada, INDIANER INUIT shall take place from 10–13 December 2009 in Stuttgart, Germany. It is the first and only festival of its kind in Europe now being held for the third time; the first festivals were held in 2004 and 2007.
Friday, November 13, 2009, 18:30 | Perugia | Rocca Paolina – Sala Cannoniera
Organiser: Umbria libri
Presentación del libro Mundos zoque y maya: miradas italianas
Presentación del libro Mundos zoque y maya: miradas italianas, a cura de Claudia Avitabile, Davide Domenici, Piero Gorza
Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México – Intervienen los curadores