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Eurolinguistics newsletter 10/2014
- 1. Opening of the Zadar Symposium
- 2. Title of the Zadar Symposium
- 3. Introduction to the Symposium
- 4. Lecture by Prof. S. Ureland given at the inauguration of Europäisches Haus Pappenheim (EHP) on April 6, 2013
- 5. Report on the Mainz Symposium 2013, 7-8 March at Johannes Gutenberg University
- 6. Commemoration - Speech of Commemoration held on September 23, 2013 in the Great Hall of the University of Zadar, Croatia on Professor Giuliano Gaetano Castorina
- 7. Upcoming Eurolinguistic Conferences
- 8. Publications on Eurolinguistics
- An outline of ELA branches and structures
- The Pushkin Manifesto
- Publications on Eurolinguistics and European Languages
- General List of References in the Text of the Newsletter 2014
Eurolinguistics newsletter 9/2013
- 1. The ELA Symposium in Heidelberg (Nov. 22-24, 2012)
- 2. Background of the ELA Symposium with Europe-wide activities
- 3. Basic Map of Europe and some European minority languages
- 4. Geographical spread of the holistic view of Eurolinguistics
- 5. 11th International Conference of Nordic and General Linguistics, held in Freiburg, Breisgau, Germany, May 18-20, 2012
- 6. The 45th SLE Meeting 28.08-01.09, 2012 in Stockholm, Sweden
- 7. Report on the A.E.S. Convegno at the Univ. of Calabria, Arcavacata di Rende, S. Italy, Nov. 08-09, 2012
- 8. The Epitome of Complexity: Europe’s Languages Today – a summary of the ELA – Symposium 2012 in Heidelberg
- 9. The 2nd ELA Symposium: Glottogenesis and Conflicts in Europe and Beyond
- 10. Meetings
Eurolinguistics newsletter 8/2012
- 1. The Roma Covegno (April 18-20, 2011)
- 2. The Božava Conference (Dugi Otok), Croatia, May 20-22, 2011
- 3. The Transeurasian Symposium in Leuven, Belgium, September 21-23, 2011
- 4. References
- 5. Appendix of the main papers given at the University of Leuven in Sept. 2011
- 6. APPENDIX
- 7. Call for papers Mannheim/Heidelberg (November, 2012)
- 8. Structure of ELA
Eurolinguistics newsletter 7/2011
- 1. The Moscow Sociolinguistic Conference 2010
- 2. The ELA workshop at the Eurolinguistics Convegno in Rome, April 19-21, 2011
- 3. Aufstieg and Untergang der hanseatischen Stadt Lübeck - Zusammenfassung eines Thesenpapiers an der Universität Mannheim, WS 2010
Eurolinguistics newsletter 6/2010
- 1. In Lisbon: Global and Local Eurolinguistics, ELAWorkshop at SLE-Meeting, 9-12, Sept., 2009.
- 2. In Rome: International Conference, Mother Language Day, Feb. 21, 2009.
- 3. In Rome: International Symposium "Dynamics of Global Communication" May 8-12, 2009.
- 4. In Zagreb and Croatia: "Final Report on the Tempus Project in Croatia" (2006-2009)”.
- 5. Goals and Statutes of Associazione Eurolinguistica Sud (A.E.S.) founded in 2004. (Handout).
- 6. Plurilingualism and Cultural Awareness: The Activities of Eurolinguistica-Sud.
- 7. An Outline of the Eurolinguistics Association (ELA): Membership.
Eurolinguistics newsletter 5/2009
- 1. In Rome: Conference on the Teaching of Languages–Simplification. Internationalization, Innovation, 18-19 April, 2008.
- 2. In Dubrovnik: Int. Conference: Curriculum, Language and the Law, 18-19 Sept, 2008.
- 3. In Murcia: Conference on Sociolinguistics and Euro- Linguistics, 12-14 Nov., 2008.
- 4. In Seoul: The 18th Int. Congress of Linguists (CIL 18), 21-26, July, 2008.
- 5. Isoglosses and Migrating Words through Trade and Travels. (Shortversion of a Seoul paper, 2008).
- 6. Review of a Dissertation on Eurodeutsch and Europese. (Fall semester 2008).
- 7. Review of a Master Thesis on Ethnic Cleansing and Forced Migration in 1931-1948 in the former Yugoslavia. (Fall semester 2008).
Eurolinguistics newsletter 4/2008
- 1. In Lille: Founding a Eurolinguistic Association (ELA), Oct. 22, 2007
- 2. Europawoche 2007 in Baden-Württemberg, May 10-11, 2007.
- 3. 400 JAHRE MANNHEIM − wie ausländische Siedler bzw. Künstler Wirtschaft, Sprache und Kultur beeinflussten.
- 4. In Leipzig: Conference on Eurolinguistics, Sept. 31 - Oct. 12, 2007
Statutes of September 2007 for the foundation of a Eurolinguistic Association (ELA)
The following Statutes as of September 2007 in Leipzig have been suggested for the
foundation of the Eurolinguistic Association (ELA).
Comments to the wording are invited to be decided at the Eurolinguistic meeting in Lille, October, 22, 2007.
Eurolinguistischer Arbeitskreis Mannheim e.V., ELAMA
We address ourselves to all Europe-oriented scholars of the world for support, and we call upon those who are interested in the contact and interaction of European languages to join our Eurolinguistic Association. Please write to us and request membership.
ELAMA especially invites the world’s young people to participate in creating a modern, global approach to the science of language with a human face. We need a Europe-wide, global acclamation for our action programme. Everyone who has observed the stagnation of mainstream linguistics and national philologies during the 1990s and hoped for modernisation, Europeanisation and even globalisation of European language studies is welcome to apply for membership in ELAMA and to contribute to things European.
By including English world-wide, French world-wide, Spanish world-wide, Russian world-wide and other global languages, we also encourage contact linguists of non-European languages who are involved with the interaction between European and non-European languages on all continents of the globe (cf. Theses 15, 16 and 17 of the Pushkin Manifesto) to seek membership.