Subject: 25th Scandinavian Conference of Linguistics - second call for papers
Date: October 15, 2012 8:45:08 AM PDT
25th Scandinavian Conference of Linguistics (workshop on sign linguistics – see below) Call Deadline: 01-Nov-2012 2nd Call for Papers:
We invite abstracts for 30-minute papers (including 10 minutes of discussion). One-page abstracts of maximally 500 words with an additional page for examples, tables and references should be submitted electronically through EasyAbstracts (http://linguistlist.org/confcustom/25scl2013). The deadline for submissions is November 1, 2012.
The abstracts should be anonymous. Contact details (name, affiliation and email) along with the title of the paper should be included in the body of the email. Authors will be notified of the outcome of their abstracts by December 1, 2012.
In addition to individual presentations, the following theme workshops are planned:
Workshop 1: Language Change in Real Time
Workshop 2: Foundations of Language Standardization
Workshop 3: Abstractness in Phonology
Workshop 4: Formal Ways of Analyzing Variation
Workshop 5: Information Structure in Scandinavian Languages
Workshop 6: Language Change and Linguistic Variation in the Medieval North
Workshop 7: Syntax and Semantics of Adjectives
Workshop 8: Morphosyntactic Variation and Change in Germanic
Workshop 9: Sign Linguistics
Workshop 10: Syntactic Variation in Scandinavia
Workshop 11: Syntactic Issues in Language Acquisition
Workshop 12: Argument Realisation of GET, GIVE, PUT and TAKE Verbs in Functionally Motivated Approaches
For the sake of clarity: when submitting an abstract to a particular workshop, please add the name of the workshop in the left-hand corner of your abstract (as well as in the body of the email message). Submission of abstracts to individual workshops (like all other abstracts) should be done through EasyAbstracts (http://linguistlist.org/confcustom/25scl2013). Please note that some workshops have special abstract requirements.
Íslensku- og menningardeild
Assistant Professor in Sign Language Linguistics
Faculty of Icelandic and Comparative Cultural Studies