DiG 15 (2007), 116118 DOI 10.1515/DIALECT.2007.009. Reports / Rapports / Berichte Summer Course: Linguistic Geography of the Iberian Peninsula: Projects and methods From 1820 July 2007, the city of Santiago de Compostela was home to the summer course Xeografía Lingüística Ibérica: Traballos e métodos [Linguistic Geography of the Iberian Peninsula: Projects and methods], organised by the Instituto da Lingua Galega at the University of Santiago de Compostela (USC) and part of the summer programme designed by the office of the Deputy Vice-Chancellor for Cultural Affairs. The academic programme on offer aimed to provide a complete overview of current research projects in the field of linguistics in the Iberian Peninsula, with particular attention to the incorporation of new technologies and research methods. To this end, 17 university lecturers and researchers from Spain and abroad, all with proven experience in sociolinguistic research, were invited to participate in the course. The opening lecture was given by Professor Antón Santamarina, Professor of Romance Philology at the USC and co-director of the Atlas Lingüístico Galego [Linguistic Atlas of Galicia] (ALGa), who gave a broad overview of the studies undertaken into the dialects of Galicia until the end of the 20th century. The next
Dialectologia et Geolinguistica – de Gruyter
Published: Nov 1, 2007
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