Call for Papers:
Nineteenth Century Studies and Visions of the Future
25–27 January 2018, Helsinki, Finland


LESBOS 2017
11th HiSoN Summer School
16-23 July 2017, Metochi, Lesbos, Greece


HiSoN Conference
Examining the Social in Historical Sociolinguistics
6–7 April 2017, New York University/CUNY Graduate Center, USA


Out now:
Norsk språkhistorie. I: Mønster. Edited by Helge Sandøy.


LEIDEN 2016
10th HiSoN Summer School
31 July - 7 August 2016, Leiden University Centre for Linguistics, The Netherlands


International Symposium
Urbanisation in the British Isles: a historical and interdisciplinary perspective
22–23 April 2016, University of Lausanne, Switzerland


Call for Papers:
Panel on Mobility, multilingualism and intercultural dialogue: past lessons and current challenges
4–9 May 2016, IUAES, Dubrovnik, Croatia


Conference
Effects of Prescriptivism in Language History
21–22 January 2016, Universiteit Leiden, The Netherlands


Call for Papers:
HiSoN Conference Historical Sociolinguistics and Socio-Cultural Change
10–12 March 2016, University of Helsinki, Finland


Out now:
The 1st issue of the
Journal of Historical Sociolinguistics
(Open Access)


Out now:
Diálogo de la lengua, by Juan de Valdés. A Diplomatic Edition. Edited by K. Anipa.


Out now:
Letters as Loot. By G. Rutten & M. J. van der Wal.


LESBOS 2015
9th HiSoN Summer School
1-8 August 2015, Metochi, Lesbos, Greece


New in 2015:
Journal of Historical Sociolinguistics


Workshop "Language and Ideology in Late Modern Times", organized by the NWO VIDI project Going Dutch. 19 September 2014,
Leiden, The Netherlands


Transcription workshop
7–8 November 2014,
Bristol, UK
Register here


HisTEI, a tool for transcribing historical documents in TEI


Article about this year's summer school in Kristiansand


Out now:
European Francophonie. Ed. by V. Rjéoutski, G. Argent & D. Offord


Registration open:
KRISTIANSAND 2014
8th HiSoN Summer School
27 July-3 August 2014, Kristiansand, Norway


Mobility, variability and changing literacies in Modern Times.
11-13 June 2014, Utrecht, The Netherlands


Merchants of Innovation. The languages of traders.
7-8 April 2014, Cambridge, UK


HiSoN 2014: Historical Discourses on Language
and Power.

6-8 February 2014,
Sheffield, UK


Language Endangerment: Language Policy and Planning.
26 July 2013, Cambridge, UK


Registration open:
LESBOS 2013
7th HiSoN Summer School
3-10 August 2013, Metochi, Lesbos, Greece


Call for Papers:
L'Histoire du français : nouvelles approches, nouveaux terrains, nouveaux traitements
6–8 January 2014, Murray Edwards College, Cambridge, UK


Call for Papers:
The description of "exotic" languages before and after Humboldt. Annual Colloquium of the Henry Sweet Society
29–31 August 2013, Berlin-Brandenburgische Akademie der Wissenschaften, Berlin


Language Endangerment: Methodologies and New Challenges.
6 July 2012, Cambridge, UK


Out now:
The Handbook of Historical Sociolinguistics. Ed. by J.M. Hernández-Campoy & J.C. Conde-Silvestre


Out now:
Letter Writing in Late Modern Europe. Ed. by M. Dossena & G. Del Lungo Camiciotti


FRAUENCHIEMSEE 2012
6th HiSoN Summer School
9-16 August 2012, Bavaria, Germany


Call for Papers:
Forum for Research on the Languages of Scotland and Ulster Conference
18–20 July 2012, University of Aberdeen, Scotland


Call for Papers:
Conflicts in the city, cities in conflict? Thematic session SS19, Berlin


Call for Papers:
Vernacular Literacies – Past, Present and Future
13–15 June 2012, Umeå University, Sweden


Call for Papers:
Seminar on Prestige in Language and History: Explorations in 18th- and 19th-century Europe
28-29 April 2011, Tieteiden talo, Helsinki, Finland


LESBOS 2011:
5th Summer School in Historical Sociolinguistics


Article on Summer School in archiefleven


2nd Call for Papers:
Touching the Past. (Ego) Documents in a Linguistic and Historical Perspective.
22-24 June 2011, Leiden University, The Netherlands


Call for Papers:
New Methods in Historical Corpora.
29-30 April 2011, University of Manchester, UK


Article on Summer School in KVWV


Scribes as agents of language change.
4-6 April 2011, St John's College, Cambridge, UK