although spirals, even in the specific context of what we now call grammaticalisation, have a longer history #gabelentz 🐌 https://twitter.com/izeus_berlin/status/1193859257495670786

Just published - Mairs, R. & Smith, R. (eds) 2019. 'Bi/Multilingualism and the History of Language Learning and Teaching'. Special issue of Language & History, 62(2). https://www.tandfonline.com/toc/ylhi20/current. The Introduction and 2 articles are currently free to access.
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Very grateful to @HenrySweetSoc for a Martin Burr Grant that will allow us to take part in a number of public events and other activities in the new year. If there's an #eDIL event anywhere near you in the upcoming months, please come along!

Kicking off Monday with an exciting announcement! The winner of the Vivien Law Prize 2019 is...

http://www.henrysweet.org/news/vvien-law-prize-winner-2019/

A fantastic article from Language & History on 'Bilingual English teaching in Colonial India' - free to access in honour of #NationalArtsandHumanitiesMonth

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Vvien Law Prize Winner 2019

28 October 2019

It is with great pleasure that we announce the winner of the 2019 Vivien Law Prize: Stephen Turton (University of Oxford) for his essay “The confessional sciences: scientific lexicography and sexology in the Oxford English Dictionary”. Congratulations, Stephen!
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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

Language & History

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.