Concurso de posters en el marco de la conferencia “Multilingüismo y lingüística de la migración en la era de las humanidades digitales”

Convocatoria de concurso de posters en el marco de la conferencia “Multilingüismo y lingüística de la migración en la era de las humanidades digitales”

Bases del concurso
Podrán participar las personas que estén en proceso o no hayan obtenido aun su doctorado. Deben tener en cuenta que:
· Los posters están concebidos como aproximaciones claras a la investigación del/ de la participante.
· Los posters deberían ser artefactos visuales. El formato puede ser vertical u horizontal.
· Los posters deberían ser accesibles a un público no especialista/académico.

Fechas clave del concurso
Fecha límite de entrega 31 de agosto
Revisión y lista de participantes 1 de septiembre – 15 de septiembre
Publicación de la lista de participantes 16 de septiembre
Voto durante la conferencia 23 de septiembre
Anuncio de los/las ganadores/as 24 de septiembre
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56th Linguistics Colloquium

November 26 to 28, 2020

International conference comprising all fields of linguistics
For the first time taking place as a free online event
Special theme: Translation, Multilinguality and Cognition
Submission of abstracts: September 30, 2020
Submission of full papers: February 28, 2021
Website (English and German)
Keynote speaker: Philipp Koehn, Johns Hopkins University, USA

Since its inception in 1966, the Linguistics Colloquium has been held annually without interruption in a total of 18 European countries. Its long term continuity is ensured by a large international committee consisting of its previous organizers. The Colloquium is devoted to research in all areas of linguistics. It is open to different theoretical approaches and aims to create friendly and inspiring conditions for the fruitful exchange of ideas and results. It is also appreciated for its welcoming atmosphere and cooperative discussion culture open to scientists of all ages and nationalities.

Traditionally, authors submit an abstract which, upon acceptance, is presented and discussed at the conference. Afterwards, a full paper has to be submitted, taking into account the outcome of the scientific discussion. As usually, also this year we plan to publish the proceedings as a hardcover book in the series “Linguistik International” of the Peter Lang publishing house.

Like many other conferences, this year, for the first time in its history, the Linguistics Colloquium will be organized as an online event. As, despite regular attendance from overseas, the Colloquium has been a mostly European event so far, we hope that colleagues from other continents will see this as an opportunity to get to know the friendly and co-operative spirit of the colloquium. To further encourage this and because an online event requires less funding, as a novelty this year we decided to completely waive registration fees.


The special theme of this year’s conference is “Translation, Multilinguality and Cognition”. But contributions from all areas of linguistics are welcome, including but not limited to:

* Theory of linguistics
* Historical linguistics
* Diachronic linguistics
* Corpus linguistics, text mining
* Computational linguistics, natural language processing
* Neural languague processing and machine learning
* Comparative & contrastive linguistics, typology
* Applied linguistics, language learning
* Neuro- and psycholinguistics
* Sociolinguistics
* Lexicology, lexicography
* Phonology, phonetics
* Morphology
* Syntax
* Semantics
* Pragmatics
* Text, discourse
* Semiotics

Sept. 30, 2020: Submission of abstracts
Oct. 15, 2020: Notification of acceptance
Oct. 30, 2020: Registration for presenters (free of charge)
Nov. 14, 2020: Zoom trial session (test session to identify technical problems)
Nov. 22, 2020: Registration for participants without presentation (free of charge)
Nov. 26 to 28, 2020: Conference dates
Feb. 28, 2021: Submission of full papers

See the long version of the call for papers at

As in previous years, we plan to publish post-conference proceedings as a hardcover book in the series Linguistik International of the Peter Lang publisher.

Conference languages are English and German. Although the Linguistics Colloquium supports linguistic diversity, for organizational reasons we are not able to provide for more languages. To avoid problems for delegates not speaking both languages, attention will be placed on parallelizing programme sessions in such a way that, as far as possible, there is always a choice of language.CONTACTPlease send all correspondence relating to the 56th Linguistics Colloquium 2020 by e-mail to lingcoll(at)

Reinhard Rapp (Coordinator), Athena R.C., Greece; Magdeburg-Stendal University of Applied Sciences and University of Mainz, Germany
George Tambouratzis, Athena R.C., Greece
Gisela Zunker-Rapp, University of Tübingen, Germany
Haruko Miyakoda, Tsuda University, Tokyo, Japan
Christiane Zehrer, Magdeburg-Stendal University of Applied Sciences, Germany


See the long version of the call for papers here.

Ma / MSc Student – Indiana State University

Department: Languages, Literatures, and Linguistics
Web Address:
Level: MA / MSc
Duties: Research,Teaching
Specialty Areas: Applied Linguistics; General Linguistics
Required Language(s): English (eng)
French (fra)
German (deu)
Japanese (jpn)
Korean (kor)
Spanish (spa)


Specialty Areas: ESL, French, German, Japanese, Korean, or Spanish language teaching

Indiana State University is offering a two-year, fully funded Graduate Assistantship position within the Master of Arts in TESL and Linguistics program. This position includes a tuition waiver and stipend for a graduate teaching or research assistant. We are seeking a candidate who can teach either English as a Second Language (ESL) or a beginning foreign language at the undergraduate level. For language instruction, we require advanced level proficiency in the language of instruction. In the area of foreign language instruction, we are seeking a candidate with one of the following languages: French, German, Japanese, Korean, or Spanish. Special consideration will be given to Indiana residents but applications are open to any interested student.

As a graduate student in the Master of Arts TESL and Linguistics program, you will be a full-time student earning 33 credits (taking a maximum of 9 credits per semester) over 2 years. Our TESL area focuses on the acquisition and teaching of languages, especially English as a second language. Courses include a mixture of hands-on practical teaching and theory. Course offerings in the area of linguistics include applied linguistics, language acquisition, phonetics and phonology, morphology, syntax, sociolinguistics, fieldwork, research methods, and various special topics courses.

Our MA program prepares students for careers in teaching and education, industry, government, and non-profit organizations, as well as continuing study at the PhD level in TESL, Linguistics, Second Language Studies, and related fields. Additionally, our department promotes experiential learning and strives to offer community engagement related to linguistics.
The smaller size of our program allows for high levels of interaction between students and faculty with many opportunities for research projects and involvement in various campus organizations. The department specializes in research related to second language acquisition (Drs. D’Amico and Sterling) and sociolingusitics and dialectology (Drs. Bakos and Jose) and has several ongoing collaborative research agendas with actively engaged students. Several of our recent graduates have presented their work at national conferences such as the American Association of Applied Linguistics and New Ways of Analyzing Variation (NWAV). In select cases, these presentations have led to publications with faculty in academic journals.

To apply please complete the online application found at the web address for applications below.

Your application must include:
1. A resume or CV
2. A personal statement/letter of intent
3. All transcripts from your undergraduate institution(s)
4. A list of three academic references with name, job title, affiliation/school, and contact information for each reference
5. Proof of English proficiency for speakers of English as a second language (i.e. TOEFL, ELS, or IELTS scores) – for full list of acceptable proof of English proficiency see the list at
The graduate teaching assistantship will be guaranteed for two years, provided that the student is in good standing and making sufficient academic progress after the first academic year.

Contact Information: Dr. Melanie D’Amico, Graduate Program Director,

Applications Deadline: 30-Jun-2020

Web Address for Applications:

Contact Information:
Dr Melanie D’Amico
Phone:+1 812-237-2356

COM2020 – Call for papers

The next Conference on Multilingualism 2020 (COM2020) will be hosted by the Centre for Literacy and Multilingualism (CeLM) at the University of Reading (UK) from the 23rd to the 25th of June 2020.

The conference explores all aspects of multilingualism in the fields of linguistics, psychology, neurology, sociology, and educational sciences. We particularly welcome papers that address issues related to the five CeLM themes: Language and Literacy, Education, Neuroscience, Health and Migration.

The call for oral and poster presentations is now open. Please submit abstracts on EasyChair by following this link:

Deadline for abstract submission:  7th January 2020
Outcome of review process: 7th February 2020
Conference URL:
Conference Email: