January 31, 9.30am to 5pm
Michael D. Gordin (Princeton)
Hydrogen Oxygenovich: Crafting Russian as a Language of Science in the Late Nineteenth Century
Martina Niedhammer (Munich)
Belarusian and Yiddish Scientific Terminology during the 1920s and the Early 1930s: A Reluctant Cooperation between Vilna and Minsk?
Presentation of Projects
Francesca Zantedeschi (Bussolengo)
From Minority to (Failed) Fully Fledged National Language: The Contrasting Destinies of Occitan and Catalan
Carmen Reichert (Augsburg)
Overcoming Ridiculousness: Nathan Birnbaum’s and Y.Y. Trunk’s Answers to Marginalization?
Lea Schäfer (Düsseldorf)
Dialectology at a Distance: The Survey of the Language and Culture Archive of Ashkenazic Jewry (1959–1972)