The East India Company and Language (1599–1857):

An Interdisciplinary One-Day Symposium

Tuesday 15 June 2010, 10.00–17.00

British Library Conference Centre

The aim of this conference is to bring together scholars from all disciplines who are interested in the connections
between the English East India Company and language (in its broadest sense).

View the symposium programme, and abstracts of papers here.

Papers will be pre-circulated. There will be 20 minute slots for presentations and a focus on discussion. There will also be a presentation from the India Office archivists on the forthcoming digitisation of East India Company records and their potential for studies relating to language.

Attendance is free, but as places are limited, please email the organisers should you wish to attend. Enquiries should be sent to:

Samuli Kaislaniemi (samuli.kaislaniemi(at)helsinki.fi) and
Anna Winterbottom (a.e.winterbottom(at)qmul.ac.uk) .

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