Registration now open for @HenrySweetSoc 2019 Colloquium, 5–8 Sept, Edinburgh! #SweetAs2019
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Who can help me identify the native American language in which this 18th C sermon book, attributed to Hamon Guen (Sulpician priest in New France knowledgeable in Wyandot and Iroquois, i. a. Mohawk), has been written? #twitterstorians #linguistics #IndigenousLanguages #histlx

New article: "The religio-political ‘commodities’ of orthographic reform in Tudor England: John Hart and the God-king-commonwealth rhetorical model" by @Andrew_Ji_Ma
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New article in #histlx: "REBECCA POSNER (17 August 1929–19 July 2018)" by Wendy Ayres-Bennett
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New article in #histlx: "Munich works: German perspectives on the history of language learning and teaching" by Tim Giesler
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The Henry Sweet Society for the History of Linguistic Ideas was founded in February 1984. Its aims are to promote and encourage the study of the history of all branches of linguistic thought, theoretical and applied, and including non-European traditions. Its fields of interest include the history both of the major subject areas of linguistics and also of more specialised topics, such as writing systems, literacy, rhetoric, and the application of linguistic ideas within professional and technical fields. Read more Henry Sweet

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Language & History aims to promote the study of the history of all branches of linguistic thought, theoretical and applied, and including non-European traditions.

Language & History

Its fields of interest include the history both of the major subject areas of linguistics and also more specialised topics, such as writing systems, literacy, rhetoric, and the application of linguistic ideas within professional and technical fields.

More information, including details on how to submit to the journal, is available from the journal website.