Program August-December 2014

[Program updated 2 October 2014.]

6
August
Saussure’s sound symbolism
John Joseph
University of Edinburgh
20
August
Break
3
September
The lost Tesoro de ydioma yloco
Rebeca Fernández Rodríguez
Centro de Estudos em Letras (CEL)
Universidade de Trás-os-Montes e Alto Douro (UTAD)
17
September
‘You don’t see what you don’t know’: examining material aspects of manuscripts
Anna Pytlowany
University of Amsterdam
2
October
German Lutheran Missionaries and the Linguistic Landscape of Central Australia 1890-1910
David Moore
University of Western Australia
8
October
(Non-)universality of word-classes and words: The mid-20th century shift
Martin Haspelmath
Max Planck Institute for Evolutionary Anthropology, Leipzig
15
October
Sapir’s form-feeling and its aesthetic background
Jean-Michel Fortis
Laboratoire d’histoire des théories linguistiques, Université Paris-Diderot
29
October
‘Some Americans could not by any means count to 1000’: The cognitive effects of the lack of names for numbers in exotic languages from the perspective of linguistic theorists before Humboldt
Gerda Haßler
Universität Potsdam
12
November
Early descriptions of Gender in Pama-Nyungan languages
Clara Stockigt
University of Adelaide
26
November
In Praise of ‘Exceptionless’: Linguistics Among the Human Sciences at Bloomfield and Sapir’s Chicago
Michael Silverstein
University of Chicago
10
December
La aportación de Nicolau Peixoto para el estudio del español en Portugal
Sónia Duarte
Centro de Linguística da Universidade do Porto
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