12th Summer School in Historical Sociolinguistics from 22-29 July 2018 at the Université de Lausanne

Anita Auer, Tino Oudesluijs & Nils Langer organised the 12th Summer School in Historical Sociolinguistics, which took place at the Université de Lausanne from 22-29 July 2018.

List of the summer school teachers and course titles:

  • Suzanne Aalberse (Amsterdam): Bilingual optimization strategies in language change
  • Jonathan Culpeper (Lancaster): Corpus approaches to Early Modern English: The case of Shakespeare’s language
  • Spiros Moschonas (Athens): Standards and standardizations
  • Taru Nordlund (Helsinki): Promotion and invisibilization of languages. Nationalistic language policy and its impact of sociolinguistic landscape
  • Simon Pickl (Salzburg): Exploring historical orality
  • Israel Sanz-Sanchez (West Chester): Doing historical sociolinguistics in messy environments: The construction of language change narratives and the colonial expansion of Iberian languages

Descriptions and testimonials of the summer school can be found below: