NEW DEADLINE FOR ABSTRACTS: December 10th
ELBA is meant to be a Linguistics Summer school organized by graduate and undergraduate students from Argentina with the supportof the Instituto de Filología y Literaturas Hispánicas “Dr. Amado Alonso” (Philology and Hispanic Literature Institute “Dr. Amado Alonso”) and the Departamento de Letras (Language & Literature Department) of the University of Buenos Aires (UBA).
The School aims to promote discussion on formal Linguistics and related areas. In each edition, there are four courses on topics such as General Linguistics, formal Semantics, Phonology, Syntax or psycholinguistics, among others. Each year, a Workshop also takes place, the day after the end of the School.
We’re pleased to announce that ELBA 2020 will take place at CIIPME (Tte. Gral. Juan Domingo Perón 2158, CABA, Argentina) from February, 3 to February 7, 2020. A workshop is planned for Saturday, February 8, and the deadline for abstract submissions is December 1, 2019.
ELBA IV will consist of the folliwing courses:
- “Indexicality and its domains”, by Renato Miguel Basso (Universidade Federal de São Carlos/CNPq).
- “Allomorphy – Consequences and Case Studies”, by Noam Faust (Université Paris 8/CNRS SFL).
- “Advanced Topics in Syntax – Hyperraising in Mongolian and the A vs A-bar distinction // The syntax and semantics of bare nominals in Wolof (and cross-linguistically)”, by Suzana Fong (Massachusetts Institute of Technology).
- “The Underpinnings of Meaning Change”, by Martín Fuchs (Yale University).
You can visit the other sections on this site and our Facebook page for more information on ELBA IV.
The Workshop for ELBA IV will take place on February 8, 2020, just a day after the end of the courses.
The papers should be innovative contributions in the fields of phonology, morphology, syntax, semantics, pragmatics, psycholinguistics, neurolinguistics, philosophy of language, variationism, computational linguistics and areas related to formal Linguistics. Each presentation will last twenty minutes, and it will be followed by ten additional minutes for discussion. No parallel sessions will be held. The official languages are Spanish, English and Portuguese, but we strongly suggest preparing handouts/slides in English.
- Abstracts should be anonymous.
- Abstracts should not be longer than two pages, including references and examples, with margins of at least 1-inch, 12pt Times New Roman.
- Abstracts should be sent to email@example.com as an attachment. The name of the authors and their institutional affiliation must be included in the plain text part of the e-mail.
The deadline for the submission of abstracts is December 1, 2019. Participants will be informed if their presentations have been accepted by December 22, 2019.
You can check past editions of the Workshop here.