Koen Bostoen (UGent): Epidemic-driven population collapse in Congolese rainforest 1600-1400 years ago urges reassessment of the Bantu ExpansionShow content
Koen Bostoen (UGent): “Epidemic-driven population collapse in Congolese rainforest 1600-1400 years ago urges reassessment of the Bantu Expansion”
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Multilingualism and language varieties in Europe - Autumn School in Medieval Languages and Culture 2019Show content
The Henri Pirenne Institute for Medieval Studies (HPIMS) is organizing their 2019 Autumn school in Medieval Languages and Culture on the theme of Multilingualism and language varieties in Europe.
In particular, on Tuesday 22 October, Roger Wright (University of Liverpool) will give a lecture (11.00-12.30) on "The emergence of the vernacular languages in the Middle Ages; Romance in the Iberian Peninsula in the Tenth Century." After lunch, Anna Adamska will give a lecture (15.30-17.00) with the title "A laboratory of multilingual communication? Speaking, writing and reading, in the towns of late medieval East Central Europe."
For more information, please visit https://www.ugent.be/pirenne/en/news-events/events/sociolinguistics.
Attendance for individual lectures, as well as the entire Autumn School, is free for UGent members, but registration is required: please inform the organisers of your attendance for specific lectures, or for the Autumn school as a whole, at Martine.DeReu@ugent.be.