Bill Nicolaisen 1927–2016

Professor W. F. H. Nicolaisen

It was with great sadness that ICOS heard of the death of W. F. H. (Bill) Nicolaisen on 15 February 2016, aged 88. Professor Nicolaisen was an internationally renowned name scholar and a former President of ICOS (1990-1996). The thoughts of ICOS members are with his family.

An interesting obituary by Gordon Casely appeared in The Herald newspaper in Scotland and can be read online here.

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Proceedings of the Third International Conference on Onomastics in Baia Mare now online

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The proceedings of the Third ICONN in Baia Mare (2015) have now been published online. All previous proceedings from this conference series can now be found here.

Société française d'onomastique: 27th Symposium of Onomastics

Paris will host the next international symposium organized every two years by the Société française d'onomastique. The event will take place on 3-5 December 2015 at the Archives nationales (National Archives) and will be devoted to the sources of onomastics and the urban toponymy of the French capital and its suburbs.

Third International Conference on Onomastics 'Names and Naming'

The North University Centre of Baia Mare (Technical University of Cluj-Napoca) is pleased to announce the Third International Conference on Onomastics 'Name and Naming' (ICONN 3), which will be held on 1-3 September 2015. The theme of the conference is 'the conventional/unconventional in onomastics.

Early registration is open until 1 May. For further information, please see the conference website.

Onoma 50 Call for Papers

Onoma 50 Call for Papers: Medieval Multiculturalism: The Evidence from Names

Editors: Dr. Sara L. Uckelman, Dr. Jennifer A. McGowan, Genora Grim, and Nina Shiel.

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Agenda for the General Assembly at ICOS XXV and draft minutes for XXIV

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Newsletter 23

ICOS Newsletter 23 is now available on the newsletter page.

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Bid for ICOS XXVI

Newsletter 22 and board minutes

ICOS Newsletter 22 is now available on the newsletter page.The Board of Directors page now includes minutes of Board meetings.

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Travel bursary for students attending ICOS XXV

ICOS will offer a travel bursary of 30 euros to every full-time student attending the 2014 Congress from outside Scotland. This will be paid in cash by the ICOS Treasurer, Staffan Nyström, during the Congress itself.

There will also be a cash prize of 100 euros for the best poster.

Registration for the Congress is open until the end of July, via the Congress website.

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