IAS Invited Lecture Series in (Non-) standard in language – politics – culture

IAS Invited Lecture Series in (Non-) standard in language – politics – culture

07/11/2022 - 31/01/2023 Adam Mickiewicz University
Location: Adam Mickiewicz University in Poznań

Organizers: prof. Natalia Długosz (Adam Mickiewicz University) and prof. Wojciech Jóźwiak (Adam Mickiewicz University).

Series description: All lectures deal with the problem of the category of standard vs. nonstandard. In the lecture of PD. Dr Tomasz Kamusella is shown a politicized use of language for statehood building as standard in Central Europe and nonstandard in the global perspective. In the lecture by prof. Marc Greenberg will deal with the issue of the Montenegrin standardization project and showing the relationship to other post-Yugoslav standardization projects (particularly with regard to the Croatian language). Prof. Luchia Antonova, on the other hand, looks for common standard elements in regional, and therefore non-standard, variants of the Bulgarian language. Finally, linguistic issues and issues of linguistic politics are referred to the representations of non-standard, minority groups in contemporary Bulgarian cinematography (in the lecture by prof. Alexander Donev).

Program (click).

Institute for Advanced Studies in Social Sciences and Humanities: www.IAS.amu.edu.pl

07/11/2022 - 31/01/2023 Adam Mickiewicz University
Regions: Europe, Poland
Keywords: Humanities, Education, Linguistics, Society, Politics


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