Date: November 11-14, 2010
Place: Max Planck Institute for Evolutionary Anthropology, Leipzig (Germany)
- Susanne Michaelis
- Martin Haspelmath
- Claudia Schmidt
This conference has three goals: (i) To discuss some results from the APiCS project database in advance of publication (scheduled for 2011/2012), (ii) to present this project to interested linguists who are not participants of the project, and (iii) more generally, to discuss the properties of creole and pidgin languages against a typological background.
Click here for more information about the APiCS project.
Please note that there will be two related workshops adjacent to the APiCS conference,
one at the Centre for General Linguistics (Berlin),
and the other at the Max Planck Institute for Evolutionary Anthropology itself:
- Monday-Tuesday Nov 8-9: "Formal approaches to creole studies II"
- Wednesday Nov 10: "Past present and future of Sri Lanka Malay"