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Les Dossiers d’HEL déménagent !

Les Dossiers d’HEL, the electronic supplement of the journal Histoire Épistémologie Langage, have moved.You can find them at their new address : http://shesl.org/index.php/les-dossiers-dhel/ Here are the issues already published : Dossiers d’HEL n°1Wilhelm Von Humboldt : éditer et lire Humboldt Dossiers d’HEL n°2Karl

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Recent publications in the history and philosophy of the language sciences – April 2021

Marco Tamburelli & Mauro Tosco, ed. 2021. Contested Languages. The hidden multilingualism of Europe. Amsterdam : John Benjamins. Studies in World Language Problems, 8. 271 p. ISBN : 9789027208040Publishers’ website This is the first volume entirely dedicated to contested languages. While generally listed

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2021 Annual Colloquium of the Henry Sweet Society

The 2021 annual colloquium of the Henry Sweet Society for the History of Linguistic Ideas will be held online on the 22-23 April 2021, hosted by the University of Westminster, London. The programme is available here. Registration (as an audience member) : LAS-exec-asst@westminster.ac.uk by Sunday

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Recent publications in the history and philosophy of the language sciences – February-March 2021

Knobloch, Clemens. 2020. Umfelder des Sprechens. Sprachtheoretische Versuche über das Gemeinte. Siegen: universi. 360 p. ISBN : 978-3-96182-068-9Publisher’s website So lange man uns nicht danach fragt, können wir mit dem Gemeinten umgehen. Wenn wir es aber explizieren oder definieren sollen,

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Funding opportunity for international MA students in Paris

The Paris Graduate School of Linguistics (PGSL) is a newly-formed Paris-area graduate program covering all areas of language science. It offers a comprehensive curriculum integrating advanced study and research, in close connection with PhD programs as well as with the Empirical

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Recent publications in the history and philosophy of the language sciences – January 2021

Émilie AUSSANT et Jean-Michel FORTIS, ed. 2021. Historical journey in a linguistic archipelago: Descriptive concepts and case studies. Berlin : Language Science Press. (History and Philosophy of the Language Sciences, 3). 212 p. ISBN : 978-3-96110-292-1Publisher’s website This volume offers

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Interdisciplinary Seminar (online) – Linguistic Geographies. History, Epistemology and Methods

Organisation : Felix DE MONTETY (CNRS, Laboratoire Pacte, Grenoble, France) felix.de-montety@umrpacte.frInformation : https://cartolangue.hypotheses.org/ This seminar aims at surveying the crossing trajectories of various scientific approaches to space and language, not only in geography and linguistics but also in history, anthropology

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Recent publications in the history and philosophy of the language sciences – December 2020

Ferdinand de SAUSSURE. 2020. Recueil des publications scientifiques de Ferdinand de Saussure. Edité par Ch. Bally et L. Gautier, révision d’A. Meillet. Reprise fac-similé de l’édition de 1921. Limoges : Lambert-Lucas. 656 p. ISBN : 978-2-35935-331-0Publisher’s website Voici tous les

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Recent publications in the history and philosophy of the language sciences – November 2020

Historiographia Linguistica 47-1. 2020. Amsterdam : Benjamins. 195 p. ISSN 0302-5160Publisher’s webpage Table of contents Articles:Manuel Sartori – Une cause et ses raisons d’être Solution latine à un problème de terminologie arabe. Marco Spreafico – Diglossia and language ideology Petrarch on linguistic variation and differentiation.

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Recent publications in the history and philosophy of the language sciences – October 2020

Raf van Rooy. 2020. Language or Dialect? The History of a Conceptual Pair. Oxford : Oxford University Press. 384 p. ISBN 9780198845713Publisher’s website This book provides a historiographic study of the distinction between language and dialect, a puzzle which has

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