The Linguistic Circle of Copenhagen
The Linguistic Circle of Copenhagen is an association for Danish-speaking linguists - founded in 1931 by the internationally reknowned linguist Louise Hjelmslev.
The Linguistic Circle of Copenhagen arranges meetings and seminars on topics within a variety of linguistic disciplines and puts out the international scientific journal Acta Linguistica Hafniensia as well as the book series Travaux du Cercle Linguistique de Copenhague.
The Linguistic Circle of Copenhagen has two sub-committees: the Committee for Danish Functional Linguistics and the Committee for Support of Endangered Languages.
Meetings (in Danish)
Two Ways of Coding
Sproglige strategier i danske voldtægtssager
Lingvistkredsens årsmøde og foredrag
UG approaches to language development: How have they responded to challenges from the usage-based approach?