XIX CONGRESO INTERNACIONAL DE LA ASOCIACIÓN DE LINGÜÍSTICA Y FILOLOGÍA DE AMÉRICA LATINA

XIX CONGRESO INTERNACIONAL DE LA ASOCIACIÓN DE LINGÜÍSTICA Y FILOLOGÍA DE AMÉRICA LATINA
08 al 13/02/2021
Virtual
www.mundoalfal.org
Inscripciones hasta el 05/03/2021

Formulario de inscripción (se abrirá también al clickear en el Póster).
Formulario de inscripción – solamente para participantes brasileros

Los participantes de Brasil pagarán la inscripción para el Congreso ALFAL directamente al Delegado de Brasil, Prof. José Magalhães.

Nota:

En este momento, la inscripción corresponde a la presentación del trabajo. Quienes presenten trabajos deberán realizar su registro final luego del resultado de la evaluación del resumen. El pago del trienio y el costo del Congreso se pueden realizar después de la aprobación. Quienes ya se habían inscripto para el Congreso presencial, y si ya recibieron la aceptación del trabajo, no necesitan hacer un nuevo envío, solo la inscripción al Congreso.

Si desea hacerse socio de la ALFAL complete el formulario correspondiente que se halla en la pestaña ALFAL > Cómo asociarse.

Las lenguas oficiales del Congreso son el ESPAÑOL y el PORTUGUÉS.

Más información aquí

29th Conference of the Student Organization of Linguistics

The 29th Conference of the Student Organization of Linguistics in Europe will take place at Leiden University on 26-28 Jan 2021
ConSOLE is an annual conference for students of linguistics, with submissions accepted from PhD candidates, master’s students, and advanced undergraduates. Information about previous conferences and proceedings published by the SOLE board (based in Leiden) can be found at the SOLE webpage. Check back on this website for updates about the 2021 conference, and see you in Leiden!

Student Organization of Linguistics in Europe
SOLE was founded in 1992, by students of the Holland Institute of Generative Linguistics (HIL), which has since been superseded by the Leiden University Centre for Linguistics (LUCL). Once a year, SOLE and a local committee organize a conference for students of Linguistics. Open to registered students worldwide, it provides a forum for the coming generations of linguistics to present independent research to an international audience.

Convocatoria 6th International Conference of the Linguistic Association of Pakistan (online)

Full Title: 6th International Conference of the Linguistic Association of Pakistan
Short Title: ICLAP 2020
Date: 19-Nov-2020 – 21-Nov-2020
Location: Online, Pakistan
Contact Person: Organizing Committee ICLAP 2020
Meeting Email: iclap2020@gmail.com
Web Site

Linguistic Field(s): General Linguistics
Call Deadline: 31-Jul-2020

Meeting Description:
The 6th International Conference of the Linguistic Association of Pakistan (ICLAP 2020) will be held on 19–21 November 2020. The main theme of the conference is Trends and Developments in Linguistic Analyses and Linguistic Resources. To mitigate the risk of spread of Covid-19 the conference this year will be held online. The conference aims to keep the community memebrs in touch in the time of the pandemic and provide them a chance to share their ideas, research work and developments on this platform.

Call for Papers:
Researchers are invited to submit abstracts of their papers on original and unpublished research work on any aspect of theoretical or applied linguistics for presentation in the conference by Friday, 31 July 2020 via Easy Chair. Abstracts should be written in English and the size of an abstract should not exceed 350 words excluding title, keywords and references. Please follow the Guidelines for Abstracts, given on the webpage. All abstracts accepted for presentation will be published in the conference book.

Fourth International Conference on Language Attrition and Bilingualism (ICLA 4)

The conference will take place April 1st – April 3rd, 2021 at Southern Connecticut State University in New Haven, Connecticut.

Abstracts are accepted through June 15, 2020.

Plenary Speakers
Dr. Robert Adam, University of Edinburg
Dr. Laura Dominguez, University of South Hampton
Dr. Brian MacWhinney, Carnegie Mellon University
Dr. Monika Schmid, University of EssexOrganizing Committee
Dr. Elena Schmitt, Southern Connecticut State University
Dr. Marisa Ferraro, Southern Connecticut State University
Dr. Monika Schmid, University of Essex
Dr. Anastasia Sorokina, University of Bridgeport

Call for Papers
Additional language learning and use across lifespan tends to bring about changes to the native language of the speaker. These changes may manifest in retrieval/activation difficulties or structural as well as neurological modifications of the L1 are studied in the field of language attrition (Schmid & Köpke, 2019). More broadly, the study of language attrition is closely related to heritage language studies and research on incomplete acquisition of native languages. It also informs educators and practitioners who work with bilingual and multilingual populations of various ages groups.

With expanding migration and increasing bilingualism, the goal of Fourth International Conference on Language Attrition and Bilingualism (ICLA 4) is to bring together researchers and practitioners from around the world who are working to better understand the nature of language attrition and its effects on bilingual development. We encourage discussions focused on attrition and its bilingual/multilingual context from the diverse fields of theoretical linguistics, applied linguistics, neurolinguistics, sociolinguistics, heritage language studies, language policy, and education.

We seek proposals from a broad range of theoretical, practical, and applied perspectives and welcome the participation of academic and independent scholars and practitioners in the ICLA 4. The conference will take place at Southern Connecticut State University in New Haven, CT, USA from April 1 to April 3, 2021.

Please, submit 300-word abstracts (Times New Roman 12-point font) including the title, the name(s) of author(s) and their affiliation(s) for 30-minute talks or posters by June 15, 2020 for a review.

Notification of acceptance will be communicated by September 15, 2020.

Submit abstracts here

CogALex

Call for papers: OCP 18

Call Deadline: 15-Sep-2020
The Old World Conference on Phonology is an annual event gathering researchers specializing in phonology and related fields, interested in both theoretical and experimental issues. It was founded in 2003 by a group of linguists from the Leiden University Center for Linguistics and the Meertens Institute, and has since grown into an international forum attended by both senior and junior linguists. Since then, OCP has been hosted by different cities mainly in Europe: Warsaw, London, Düsseldorf, Budapest, Barcelona, Leiden, Istanbul, Berlin, Marrakech, Nice, Edinburgh, Toulouse, Rhodes, Budapest, Tromsø, Amsterdam and Leiden.
The 18th Old World Conference on Phonology (OCP18) will be held at the University of the Balearic Islands in the island of Eivissa from 27-30 January 2021, hosted by the Department of Catalan Philology and General Linguistics of the University of the Balearic Islands, the lab Formal Structures of Language (SFL – UMR 7023) of the French National Center for Scientific Research (CNRS), and the University of Paris 8. The invited speakers for this OCP will be Eulàlia Bonet (UAB) and Silke Hamann (UvA).
On 27 January 2021 a satellite workshop will be organized, entitled ”First and second language acquisition of phonology and its interfaces”, featuring Kriszta Szendroi (UCL) as keynote speaker.
Invited speakers:
  • Eulàlia Bonet (Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona)
  • Silke Hamann (Universiteit van Amsterdam)
  • Kriszta Szendroi (University College London)
Call for Papers:
We welcome submissions on any topic in phonology from any theoretical perspective and methodology. We invite abstracts for talks (20 minutes, followed by 10 minutes of discussion) or posters. Each individual may submit a maximum of one abstract as first author (or sole author), and a maximum of two abstracts in total. Abstracts will be blindly peer-reviewed by an international panel of reviewers.
Abstract guidelines:
  • Maximum 2 pages of A4 paper, including references, examples, tables,
  • and figures
  • 12 pt Times New Roman font
  • 2.54 cm (one inch) margins on all sides
  • Anonymous
  • PDF format
  • Abstracts not following these guidelines will be returned to authors.
Abstract submission, reviewing, and notification of acceptance will be handled using EasyChair: https://easychair.org/conferences/?conf=ocp18.
The deadline for abstract submission is 15 September 2020.
Notification of acceptance will be in late October 2020.

Call for papers: AMP 2020 (virtual)

The Linguistics Department at the University of California, Santa Cruz is pleased to be the host of the 2020 edition of the Annual Meeting on Phonology (AMP), which will take place on September 18-20, 2020. AMP 2020 will be held virtually, using the Zoom web conferencing platform, rather than in person.

A tutorial on intonation will be held in conjunction with AMP 2020, featuring invited presentations from Anja Arnhold (University of Calgary), Emily Elfner (York University), Jon Barnes (Boston University), and Arto Anttila (Stanford University).

Conference website: https://babel.ucsc.edu/~amp2020/index.html

Timeline
Abstract submission deadline: May 10, 2020 May 22, 2020, 11:59pm PST.
Notification of acceptance: end of June 2020
Conference: September 18-20, 2020

Invited speakers
Karthik Durvasula (Michigan State University)
Juliet Stanton (New York University)
Anne-Michelle Tessier (University of British Columbia)

Please direct any questions to phonology@ucsc.edu.Call for papers

We are seeking high-quality unpublished research in all areas of theoretical, experimental and computational phonology for presentation at the 2020 Annual Meeting on Phonology (AMP 2020). A tutorial on intonation will be held in conjunction with AMP 2020. Submissions to the main AMP conference which deal with intonation, phrasal phonology, and other areas of prosody are particularly encouraged.
The conference, which will take place September 18-20, 2020, will be hosted by the University of California, Santa Cruz, and held virtually, using the Zoom web conferencing platform, rather than in person. This is the eighth installment of the Annual Meetings on Phonology, following the 2013 inaugural meeting at the University of Massachusetts at Amherst, and subsequent meetings hosted by MIT, UBC/SFU, USC, NYU, UC San Diego and Stony Brook University.

Submission guidelines
We invite abstracts for either oral presentations (20 minutes, followed by 10 minutes of discussion) or poster presentations. Abstracts must be anonymous, so please be sure to eliminate any identifying information and metadata from the document. Length is limited to a maximum of two single-spaced pages (US Letter), figures and references included. Font size should be 12-point, with margins of at least one inch (2.54cm) left on all sides. Abstracts must be submitted in .pdf file format.
Submissions are limited to two per author, with at most one submission being single- or primary-authored.
The deadline for abstract submission is Sunday, May 10, 2020 at 11:59 p.m. Friday, May 22, 2020 at 11:59 p.m. (Pacific Time). Abstract submission is open as of February 18, 2020.
Abstract submission link: https://easychair.org/conferences/?conf=amp2020ucsantacruz

Proceedings
All presentations at AMP 2020 are eligible for publication in the open-access on-line conference proceedings hosted by the Linguistic Society of America. Oral presentations will appear in the main Proceedings and poster presentations will appear in the Supplemental Proceedings.

35° Congreso Internacional de la Asociación de Jóvenes Lingüistas

Considerando la situación sanitaria actual, se ha decidido que el XXXV Congreso Internacional de la AJL sea en formato ONLINE los días 29-30 de septiembre y 1 de octubre de 2021. Podéis seguir las últimas actualizaciones y comunicados acerca del congreso en: @ajl2020zgz.

Además, ¡NOTICIÓN! Se ha abierto un segundo #CFP para esta edición del congreso. La fecha límite para enviar vuestras propuestas es el 21 de febrero. Más información en la página web del congreso

 

Olomouc Linguistics Colloquium

Language processing from a psycholinguistic and cognitive perspective is a specialised thematic workshop within the upcoming Olomouc Linguistics Colloquium http://olinco.upol.cz/#sessions organised in June 2020 in the Czech Republic.

The aim of the workshop is to discuss issues of language processing of various typologically different languages with a special focus on Slavic and languages of Central Europe. The workshop is open to applicants conducting experimental and empirical research in this broad topic. Papers addressing various levels of processing in L1 and/or L2 (from psycholinguistic or cognitive perspective) are welcome (either as oral or poster presentations). Innovative research designs are particularly encouraged.

Date: 13-Jun-2020 – 13-Jun-2020
Location: Olomouc, Czech Republic
Contact Person: Jan Chromý, <Jan.Chromy@ff.cuni.cz>

Web: http://olinco.upol.cz/#sessions

Linguistic Field(s): Cognitive Science; Neurolinguistics; Psycholinguistics

Call Deadline: 15-Jan-2020

Meeting Description:Organizers: Dr. Jan Chromý, Charles University, Prague, Czech Republic; Dr. Norbert Vanek, University of York, United Kingdom

Call for Papers:We welcome proposals for oral presentations and posters in the form of abstracts related to the general topic and/or a workshop topic. Abstract submission guidelines are given at the link below. Poster sessions will be an integral part of the conference program. The language of the conference is English. All abstract submissions will be anonymously reviewed by an international committee of linguists. Participants are allowed to present only one single-authored paper. In addition, they may also have joint papers (but not as the first author).

Abstract submission information (the same as for the general Olinco conference) can be found here: http://olinco.upol.cz/#abstracts

SUSPENDIDA – II Jornada de Estudiantes Investigadores de la Carrera de Letras de la UBA

La Jornada fue suspendida por causas de público conocimiento.

Tenemos el agrado de invitarlxs a las II Jornadas de Estudiantes Investigadorxs de la Carrera de Letras de la UBA, organizada por el Departamento de Letras. El evento, que se llevará a cabo en la sede Puan de la Facultad el 17 y 18 de marzo del 2020, tiene como objetivo principal generar un espacio de intercambio para aquellxs estudiantes de nuestra carrera que se hayan iniciado en el camino de la investigación académica, ya sea en el marco de una adscripción o bien de un proyecto de investigación institucionalmente reconocido (UBACyT o FiloCyT).

Les enviaremos el programa definitivo junto a las fichas de inscripción para asistentes la semana próxima.

Cualquier consulta puede ser referida a la siguiente dirección de correo electrónico: jeiletrasUBA@gmail.com

 

Se extendió el plazo para el envío de resúmenes hasta el 10 de febrero del año 2020.

Compartimos la Primera Circular de la II Jornada de Estudiantes Investigadores de la Carrera de Letras de la UBA, organizada por el Departamento de Letras.

El evento, que se llevará a cabo en la sede Puan de la Facultad en marzo del 2020, tiene como objetivo principal generar un espacio de intercambio para aquellos estudiantes de nuestra carrera que se hayan iniciado en el camino de la investigación académica, ya sea en el marco de una adscripción o bien de un proyecto de investigación institucionalmente reconocido (UBACyT o FiloCyT).

La fecha límite para el envío de la ficha de inscripción y la presentación de resúmenes es el 27 de diciembre de 2019.

Les dejamos la Primera Circular JFAI2020 y el enlace a la página oficial del evento.

Cualquier consulta puede ser referida a la siguiente dirección de correo electrónico: jeiletrasUBA@gmail.com