The 9th International Conference on South Asian Languages is a premier conference for the South Asian linguistic community, in India. The conference is organized by the Department of Linguistics and Lexicography, Punjabi University in association with Central Institute of Indian Languages, Mysore. It will offer an ideal platform to discuss pressing issues in all aspects of Linguistics with special focus on South Asian Languages. ICOSAL-9 will also include panel discussion on significant themes related to the South Asian languages. The 9th International Conference on South Asian Languages will cover a wide range of topics, such as: phonetics, phonology, morphology, syntax, semantics, pragmatics, semiotics, typology, historical linguistics and language change, language politics, sociolinguistics, psycho-linguistics, neuro-linguistics, discourse analysis, language technologies & computational linguistics, language education, language planning, geolinguistics, language ecology, clinical linguistics, translation studies, field linguistics, lexicography, cognitive science, literacy studies and literary theories.
The targeted visitors at the 9th International Conference on South Asian Languages – ICOSAL 2010 are: Researchers, Scholars, Linguists, Faculties from Community Colleges / Organizations, Students, University Personnel, etc.