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Vienna 2018

6th Winter School for Finno-Ugric Studies
Vienna, 26 February - 3 March 2018

  • Udmurt language course, with Dmitri Efremov (Iževsk) and Christian Pischlöger (Vienna) (two groups: beginners’ course and advanced course for those who have already participated in the Udmurt e-learning course or otherwise acquired a corresponding knowledge in Udmurt)
  • Workshop on social cognition in Uralistic fieldwork, with Elena Skribnik (Munich), Nicholas Evans and Danielle Barth (Australian National University)
  • Workshop on minority languages, multilingualism, and language policy, with special respect to language teaching, with Johanna Laakso (Vienna)
  • Guest lectures: Anneli Sarhimaa (Mainz) on Language endangerment as an object of sociolinguistic research, Eva Vetter on "Majority, minority, or foreign: Languages in education"
  • Colloquium for pre-grad and pre-doc students, for presenting on-going thesis or other research projects

 



 

Sunday

(25 Feb)

Monday

(26 Feb)

Tuesday

(27 Feb)

Wednesday

(28 Feb)

Thursday

(1 Mar)

Friday

(2 Mar)

Saturday (3 Mar)

09:00 – 10:30

 

Opening

9.15 Udmurt

Udmurt

Udmurt

Udmurt

Udmurt

Colloquium

10:30 – 11:00

Coffee

Coffee

Coffee

Coffee

Coffee

Coffee

11:00 – 12:30

Udmurt

Udmurt

Udmurt

Udmurt

Udmurt

Colloquium,

Closure

12:30 – 14:00

Lunch

Lunch

Lunch

Lunch

Lunch

 

14:00 – 15:30

Guided tour

WS II Minority languages, multilingualism and language teaching

Guest lecture: Eva Vetter, Majority, minority, or foreign: Languages in education

WS II

WS I Social cognition / Nicholas Evans, Danielle Barth, Elena Skribnik

WS I

15:30 – 16:00

Coffee

Coffee

Coffee

Coffee

Coffee

16:00 – 17:30

Guest lecture: Anneli Sarhimaa, Language endangerment as an object of sociolinguistic research

WS II

WS II

WS I

WS I

18:30

19:00: Social programme: Opening dinner

 



19:30: Social programme: Dinner at the Diplomatische Akademie (dress code: smart casual!)

19:30: Social programme: Finno-Ugric Evening

 

Application deadline: 03.11.17

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