Konstanz Summer School on Multilingualism in Western Europe: France, Spain and Germany

Dozent(en)Georg A. Kaiser (Universität Konstanz) und Ricardo Etxepare (IKER)
AnsprechpartnerIris Bräuning
Email international.litling@uni-konstanz.de
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Termin18-Sep-2017 - 28-Sep-2017
OrtKonstanz

From September 18th to September 28th, the University of Konstanz offers a summer school programme on the subject Multilingualism in Western Europe: France and Spain. The programme is organised by the departments of Literature and Linguistics at the University of Konstanz together with the Centre IKER UMR 5478 (CNRS, Université de Pau et du Pays de l´Adour et Université Bordeux Montaigne). The programme will be coordinated by the professors Georg A. Kaiser (Universität Konstanz) und Ricardo Etxepare (IKER). 

The summer school aims at discussing concepts of multilingualism, language contact as well as cultural and linguistic consequences of multilingualism on individuals and in society.

The interdisciplinary project is targeted at young researchers (in their PhD studies or at advanced MA-level and teaching studies). A special focus will lie on the situation of regional languages spoken in Spain and the metropolitan France,  in particular Bask, Catalan, Occitan and Breton. Especially the differences in the two countries regarding local and minority languages will be subject to the courses. The summer school is comprised of an introductory course on “Theory and Methods of Multilingualism and the Individual” which will be attended by all participants and four subject specific courses taking place at the same time and concentrating on either a linguistic topic or literary and cultural studies. The working languages will be French, German, Spanish and English. We expect passive language competence in either French or German.

Cours général / Allgemeiner Kurs:

Introduction aux études du multilinguisme individuel /
Introduction to research on individual multilingualism /
Einführung in die Forschung zur individuellen Mehrsprachigkeit
Dozent: Jürgen M. Meisel (Universität Hamburg / University of Calgary)

- Course A
Basque comparative syntax
Ricardo Etxepare (Université de Pau et des Pays de l´Adour / Université Bordeux Montaigne)

- Course B
Variation syntaxique des langues gallo-romanes et ibéro-romanes
Georg A. Kaiser (Universität Konstanz)

- Course C
Artists in between languages: Basque literature and culture today
Mari Jose Olaziregi (Euskal Herriko Unibertsitatea - Universidad del Pais Vasco)

- Course D
En primera persona. La elección de la lengua literaria en contextos billingües conflictivos
Pere Joan Tous (Universität Konstanz)

By the end of the first week, a workshop with all participants will take pace. Moreover, lectures of authors, an excursion and a concert are planned.
Minimum Education Level: MA

Special Qualifications:
The working languages will be French, German, Spanish and English. We expect passive language competence in either French or German.

Description:
Students who are interested in participation will have to apply with our
online application form until the 1st of May 2017.

Further information on the courses can be found on the webpage of the summer
school:

https://www.uni-konstanz.de/international-participation/partner-und-kooperatio
nen/dfh/

All participants will have to pay a fee of 50 €.

External participants can apply for funding to cover travel and subsistence
costs.

We are looking forward to your application!

Linguistic Field(s): Ling & Literature

Tuition: 50 EUR

Tuition Explanation: All participants will have to pay a fee of 50 €.

Registration: 20-Mar-2017 to 01-May-2017

Contact Person: Iris Bräuning
               Email: international.litling@uni-konstanz.de

Apply on the web: https://www.uni-konstanz.de/international-participation/partner-und-kooperationen/sommerschule-deutsch-franzoesische-hochschule/bewerbung/

Registration Instructions:
Students who are interested in participation will have to apply with our
online application form until the 1st of May 2017.


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