Semitic Dialectology: Crises and Change - 30 June – 2 July 2021
As it is true for all academic disciplines worldwide, the current pandemic crisis has struck Semitic dialectology which faces new challenges. Simultaneously, digital technology tools and innovative online networking bloomed despite the restrictions of the past months, and therefore we are encouraged to approach this crisis as a chance to renew the discussion of long awaited change in our field of research and study.
The conference Semitic Dialectology: Crises and Change is the first conference organised at the Department of Languages and Cultures of the Near East, Semitic Studies in Heidelberg in cooperation with the Center for Jewish Studies Heidelberg that will be exclusively held online, and invites all interested Semitists to speak on diverse topics from the broad spectrum of Semitic
Papers on dialectology and linguistics of spoken forms of Arabic, Aramaic and Maltese, as well as other Semitic languages – Hebrew, Ethiopian and Modern South Arabian, are welcome.
Abstracts and deadline
Please forward your abstract to email@example.com in doc/docx and pdf format (max 200 words), including author’s name and contact details. Deadline for submissions of the abstracts: 10 May 2021.
The conference is free of charge.
|Otto Jastrow||Michael Spagnol|
|Ronny Meyer||Shabo Talay|
|Jonathan Owens||Michael Waltisberg|
|Stephan Procházka||Janet Watson|
|Veronika Ritt-Benmimoun||Manfred Woidich|
Prof. Dr. Werner Arnold
Dr. Maciej Klimiuk
Maria Lipnicka, MA
If you have any further questions, please contact us under:
Maria Lipnicka: firstname.lastname@example.org
You can download this information in PDF form [here].