Workshop Language in the Global History of Knowledge
Dates : 29-30 avril 2021
Lieu : en ligne sur Zoom
Description : This workshop discusses various ways in which language and the study of language figured in the global history of knowledge, from the 16th to the early 20th century. In the expanding network of mercantile, missionary, and colonial relations, language was both a vessel and a barrier for the transmission of knowledge. Moreover, languages became an object of knowledge and theory-formation in themselves, in ways that diverged from how their speakers knew their language and their world.
Our aim is to address the interrelations between these different kinds of knowledge. The emergence of the language sciences has to be understood both in relation to traditions of textual scholarship within different cultures, and to developments in other fields of science (broadly understood).
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Camille FAIVRE (2021, 13 avril). Workshop Language in the Global History of Knowledge. Les carnets d'HTL. Consulté le 22 février 2024, à l’adresse https://doi.org/10.58079/m9el