Registration for the Chulalongkorn Summer School of Southeast Asian Linguistics is open until 30 April 2017. The summer school will be held from 5 – 16 June 2017 at Faculty of Arts, Chulalongkorn University, Bangkok, Thailand.
To register, see http://www.arts.chula.ac.th/chulasealing2017/registration
The summer school will provide participants with a general overlook on Southeast Asia as a linguistic area, and theoretical discussion and methodological training in Southeast Asian linguistics, as well as practical knowledge on language situations and language policy in the ASEAN region.
Participants will choose to attend three of the nine courses taught by prominent linguists. Here are the course listings:
- David Bradley (La Trobe University)
Language Policy and the Sociolinguistics of Language Endangerment in Southeast Asia
- David Peterson (Dartmouth College)
Language Documentation in the Context of Southeast Asia
- James A. Matisoff (University of California, Berkeley)
The Tibeto-Burman Language Family in Areal Southeast Asian Perspective
- James N. Stanford (Dartmouth College)
Variation in Indigenous Southeast Asian Languages
- John Whitman (Cornell University)
Microparametric Variation and Historical Change in Southeast Asian Languages
- Marc Brunelle (University of Ottawa) and James Kirby (University of Edinburgh)
The Synchrony and Diachrony of Tonation in Southeast Asia
- Nick Enfield (University of Sydney)
Mainland Southeast Asian Languages in Global Perspective
- Pittayawat Pittayaporn (Chulalongkorn University) and Weera Ostapirat (Mahidol University)
- Umberto Ansaldo (University of Hong Kong)
Language Contact and Contact Languages in SEA
- Walter Bisang (University of Mainz)
Grammaticalization in East and Mainland Southeast Asian Languages
The summer school will be accompanied by the lecture series “Past, Present, and Future of Southeast Asian Linguistics” which will take place during 5 – 16 June in the evening. It will comprise 5 special public lectures on pertinent issues in Southeast Asian linguistics by world-class scholars.