! UPDATE !
Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the LVLT 14 colloquium had to be postponed to 5-9 September 2022. In the meantime, stay safe!
The 14th International Colloquium on Late and Vulgar Latin (Latin vulgaire – latin tardif XIV) will be held at the Faculty of Arts and Philosophy of Ghent University (Belgium) from Monday, September 5th to Friday, September 9th, 2022. It will be organized by the Latin section and the research group DiaLing at the Department of Linguistics.
The colloquia Latin vulgaire – latin tardif have been organised regularly since 1985. After Pécs (1985), Bologna (1988), Innsbruck (1991), Caen (1994), Heidelberg (1997), Helsinki (2000), Sevilla (2003), Oxford (2006), Lyon (2009), Bergamo (2012), Oviedo (2014), Uppsala (2016), and Budapest (2018), the 14th edition will be held in Ghent.
The meetings are organized under the auspices of the Comité international pour l’étude du latin vulgaire et tardif.
Comité international pour l’étude du latin vulgaire et tardif
- Béla ADAMIK (Budapest, Hungary), President of the Committee
- Giovanbattista GALDI (Ghent, Belgium), Vice-President of the Committee
- Carmen ARIAS ABELLÁN (Sevilla, Spain)
- Frédérique BIVILLE (Lyon 2, France)
- Alfonso GARCÍA LEAL (Oviedo, Spain)
- Gerd HAVERLING (Uppsala, Sweden)
- Sándor KISS (Debrecen, Hungary)
- Piera MOLINELLI (Bergamo, Italy)
- Maria SELIG (Regensburg, Germany)
- Heikki SOLIN (Helsinki, Finland)
- Roger WRIGHT (Liverpool, United Kingdom)
Comité d’honneur pour l’étude du latin vulgaire et tardif
- Gualtiero CALBOLI (Bologna, Italy), Honorary President of the Committee
- Louis CALLEBAT (Caen, France)
- Benjamín GARCÍA HERNÁNDEZ (Madrid, Spain)
- The conference is organised by the Latin section and the research group DiaLing at the Department of Linguistics at the Faculty of Arts and Philosophy (LW) at Ghent University (UGent).
- Latin vulgaire – latin tardif XIV is generously funded by the FWO (Research Foundation – Flanders), the Henri Pirenne Institute for Medieval Studies at UGent and the research group Late Antique and Byzantine Studies at OIKOS (National Research School in Classical Studies, The Netherlands).