Intensive Course in Vedic Grammar and Syntax

Silvia D'Intino silviadintino at YAHOO.COM
Wed Feb 17 18:44:36 UTC 2010

Mia Cate,
Avrei tanto voluto invitarlo, se solo avessi saputo che era in Germania (e non a Kyoto) all'epoca del convegno... Avremmo potuto spostarlo all'8 e 9/10? Si puo' fare un convegno di sabato? Scusami, è che sento le cose sfuggirmi di mano in questi giorni (non sono riuscita ancora a finire una prima versione della lettera).
Ti abbraccio,tuaSilvia

--- En date de : Mer 17.2.10, Walter Slaje <slaje at T-ONLINE.DE> a écrit :

De: Walter Slaje <slaje at T-ONLINE.DE>
Objet: Intensive Course in Vedic Grammar and Syntax
Date: Mercredi 17 février 2010, 7h51

Dear Colleagues, 

I am pleased to announce that an Intensive Course in Vedic Grammar and Syntax ("Indian Summer in Halle 2010") will be held at the Indology Department of Martin Luther University Halle (Saale) from September 27th to October 8th, 2010:

The course, comprising an introduction into Vedic grammar and syntax as well as the reading of Vedic hymns and prose, will be taught by Dr. Werner Knobl (Kyoto).

The medium of teaching will be German.

All those interested in the course are most welcome and kindly asked to register by July 1, 2010. 

Further details are available on our website:

The classes start just after the German Oriental Studies Congress (DOT) in Marburg (20-24 September).

More details are available on our website:

Please do pass on this message to anyone possibly interested. 

      Contact: PD Dr. Annette Schmiedchen 
     Dr. Katrin Einicke 
      annette.schmiedchen at 
     katrin.einicke at 
      +49-(0)345/ 55 23650 
     +49-(0)345/ 55 23656 

Kindly regarding,

Walter Slaje

Prof. Dr. Walter Slaje
Hermann-Löns-Str. 1
D-99425 Weimar

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