23.286, Calls: General Linguistics/Canada

Mon Jan 16 17:49:50 UTC 2012

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Subject: 23.286, Calls: General Linguistics/Canada

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Date: 15-Jan-2012
From: Gerard Van Herk [gvanherk at mun.ca]
Subject: Canadian Linguistic Association/L’Association Canadienne de Linguistique

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Date: Mon, 16 Jan 2012 12:49:07
From: Gerard Van Herk [gvanherk at mun.ca]
Subject: Canadian Linguistic Association/L’Association Canadienne de Linguistique

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Full Title: Canadian Linguistic Association/L’Association Canadienne de Linguistique 
Short Title: ACL/CLA 

Date: 26-May-2012 - 28-May-2012
Location: Waterloo, ON, Canada 
Contact Person: Gerard Van Herk
Meeting Email: gvanherk at mun.ca
Web Site: http://homes.chass.utoronto.ca/~cla-acl/aaccfp2012.html 

Linguistic Field(s): General Linguistics 

Call Deadline: 05-Feb-2012 

Meeting Description:

The Canadian Linguistic Association will hold its 2012 conference as part of the Congress of the Humanities and Social Sciences at the University of Waterloo, Canada, from May 26 to 28. Only members in good standing for 2012 may submit an abstract.  We strongly encourage members, especially established colleagues, to submit poster abstracts. 

L'Association canadienne de linguistique tiendra son congres de 2012 lors du Congres des sciences humaines a l'Universite de Waterloo, Waterloo, ON, Canada, du 26 au 28 mai. Seuls les membres en regle pour l'annee 2012 peuvent soumettre des resumes.  Nous encourageons vivement tous les membres, en particulier les collegues chevronne-e-s, a soumettre des resumes pour des affiches. 

Call for Papers:

Abstract Requirements: 

1. Abstracts may be no longer than one (1) page, single-spaced in a 12-point font, with 1-inch (2.54 cm) margins, plus references.
2. a) A complete list of references cited must be submitted.
b) To help ensure anonymity, abstracts should avoid excessive references to their authors' publications and acknowledgements of grants.
c) References should normally be limited to published works.
3. Abstracts should contain:
a) a title;
b) a clear and explicit statement of the research question;
c) a clear statement of the research context, including key references;	
d) an indication of the main arguments involved, including key examples, if applicable. For empirical studies in progress, pilot results must be included;
e) a statement of conclusions and assessment of their significance.
4. Authors should identify themselves on the abstract submission form on the submissions webpage; abstracts must be anonymous. 
5. Members are limited to one individual and one joint abstract submission, or two joint submissions.
6. Papers must be presented in the language used in the title of the abstract.

Abstracts and forms must be submitted electronically, as either .PDF (preferred), .DOC or .RTF files. Please submit abstracts through the EasyAbstracts interface provided by The LINGUIST List, at http://linguistlist.org/confcustom/CLA2012.   

Deadline: Sunday, February 5, 2012

Exigences Concernant les Résumés :

1. Les resumes ne doivent pas depasser une page a simple interligne a l'aide d'une police de caracteres 12 points avec des marges de 2,54 cm (1 pouce), plus les references.
2. a) Une bibliographie complete des textes cites doit l'accompagner.
b) Afin de preserver l'anonymat, les resumes ne doivent pas comporter de references superflues aux publications des auteur-e-s ou aux subventions de recherche.
c) Normalement, les references citees doivent se limiter aux textes publies.
3. Les resumes doivent comprendre:
a) un titre;
b) un enonce clair et explicite du sujet de recherche;
c) un enonce clair du contexte de la recherche, y compris les references principales;
d) une presentation des principaux arguments ou experiences y compris, le cas echeant, les exemples les plus pertinents. Dans le cas d'etudes empiriques en cours, le resume devrait inclure les resultats d'etudes pilotes;
e) des conclusions et une interpretation de leur signification.
4. Les auteur-e-s sont prie-e-s de s'identifier dans le formulaire de soumission de resume que vous trouverez sur la page de soumission des resumes et de soumettre un resume anonyme.
5. On ne peut soumettre qu'un seul resume comme auteur-e et un seul comme co-auteur-e, ou bien deux resumes comme co-auteur-e.
6. Les communications devront etre presentees dans la langue utilisee dans le titre du resume.

Les résumés et les formulaires doivent être soumis par voie électronique, preferablement sous forme de fichier .PDF, sinon sous format .DOC ou .RTF. Veuillez sousmettre vos résumés via l'interface EasyAbstracts fournie par LINGUIST List, à http://linguistlist.org/confcustom/CLA2012.

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