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Siouan and Caddoan Linguistics Conference 2004

The Siouan and Caddoan Linguistics Conference has been held annually since 1981.  The conference is devoted to linguistic issues related to the Siouan and Caddoan language families.   The conference is managed on a somewhat informal basis.  The first conference was organized by David Rood and Thomas Sorci.  The conference is traditionally held within the states of the United States of America or provinces of Canada in which Siouan and Caddoan languages were once spoken, though this principle is sometimes honored in the breech.  The participation of native peoples is encouraged.  There is sometimes a parasession on Dhegiha linguistics or a separate meeting on it at a different time, a tradition initiated by Mark Swetland in 1999 with the Niskithe Meeting.  There is also sometimes a similar session on Siouan syntax, a tradition initiated by John Boyle in 2001.   

Location in 2004: Wayne State College, Wayne, Nebraska, USA
This is in northeastern Nebraska, near the Omaha, Ponca, Santee, and Winnebago Reservations. 
Tentative Time: June 11-13, 2004
Slight possibility of a change, but more or less certain at this point. 
Organizer in 2004: Dr. Catherine Rudin, Wayne State College, Nebraska, USA

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