21.3153, Calls: Anthro Ling, Historical Ling, Typology/India

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Subject: 21.3153, Calls: Anthro Ling, Historical Ling, Typology/India

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Date: 02-Aug-2010
From: Mark Post < mark.post at jcu.edu.au >
Subject: North East Indian Linguistics Society 6
 

	
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Date: Tue, 03 Aug 2010 09:39:32
From: Mark Post [mark.post at jcu.edu.au]
Subject: North East Indian Linguistics Society 6

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Full Title: North East Indian Linguistics Society 6 
Short Title: NEILS6 

Date: 31-Jan-2011 - 02-Feb-2011
Location: Tezpur, Assam, India 
Contact Person: Mark W. Post
Meeting Email: mark.post at jcu.edu.au
Web Site: http://sealang.net/neils 

Linguistic Field(s): Anthropological Linguistics; Historical Linguistics; 
Typology 

Call Deadline: 15-Oct-2010 

Meeting Description:

The 6th International Conference of the North East Indian Linguistics 
Society (NEILS) will be held Jan. 31 - Feb. 2, 2011, on the campus of 
Tezpur University (http://www.tezu.ernet.in/), to be hosted by the Tezpur 
University Department of English and Foreign Languages.

The revised fee schedule is *estimated* to be as follows, and includes lunch 
and tea/snacks on each day of the conference:
Rs. 250 Local student
Rs. 1250 Local non-student/International student
Rs. 2500 International non-student

In conjunction with the conference, the Department of English and Foreign
Languages will also be hosting a two-day workshop series (at no charge), 
from Jan. 29-30 at the Department itself. Workshops are primarily aimed at 
students, although non-students are also welcome to attend. 

Call For Papers

To present a paper at NEILS6, please send an abstract of no more than
500 words (exclusive of data and references, if any) no later than October 
15, 2010 via email to both mark.post at jcu.edu.au and 
s.morey at latrobe.edu.au. Please send both the original abstract (.doc, .odf, 
.rtf or .txt format) and a .pdf of the same. Please save the file using the 
following format: NEILS6_Abstract_INITIAL+SURNAME_BRIEFTITLE.EXT 
For example, NEILS6_Abstract_PSingh_ManipuriPronouns.doc.

Notification of acceptance will normally take place in early November, 
although early submissions/decisions for those needing to make extensive 
advance travel arrangements can be arranged. As the primary focus of 
NEILS is description of the rich cultural-linguistic diversity that exists in North 
East India, papers should have a primary descriptive component, preferably 
from a functional-typological or anthropological-linguistic perspective. Field 
reports are acceptable. Papers whose sole or primary focus is formal and/or 
theoretical in nature are unlikely to be accepted for presentation.





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