CfP: HoLLT panels HSS Colloquium in Edinburgh, 4-7 September 2019

Here are two separate calls for expressions of interest in presenting a paper in a HoLLT-themed panel at the Annual Colloquium of the Henry Sweet Society for the History of Linguistic Ideas, University of Edinburgh, 4–­­7 September 2019. Please contact the named panel organizer if you are
interested:

1) Proposed panel on Grammar-Translation in Modern Foreign Language Teaching

I am hoping to organize a panel of papers on ‘Grammar-Translation’ in modern language teaching at the above conference and would like to hear from other researchers interested in presenting a paper, with 20 minutes speaking time and 10 minutes for questions. If you are interested in participating, please contact Rolf Kemmler (rolf.kemmler@diacronia.de). A provisional title and a short abstract (no longer than 250-words) of your contribution will be required by 10 January 2019.

Rolf Kemmler

2) Proposed panel on ‘The Reform Movement in Modern Language Teaching’

We are hoping to organize a panel of papers on the late-19th-century Reform Movement in modern language teaching at the above conference and would like to hear from other researchers interested in presenting a paper, with 20 minutes’ speaking time and 10 minutes for questions. If you are interested in participating or would like to discuss this further, please contact Friederike Klippel (klippel@lmu.de). We will need to receive a provisional title and a short (no longer than 250-word) abstract of your contribution by 10 January 2019.

Friederike Klippel, Andrew Linn and Richard Smith

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