24.4830, Calls: Ling Theories, Typology, Syntax, Semantics, Phonology, Morphology/Taiwan

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Subject: 24.4830, Calls: Ling Theories, Typology, Syntax, Semantics, Phonology, Morphology/Taiwan

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Date: Fri, 29 Nov 2013 17:57:30
From: Feng-fan Hsieh [ffhsieh at mx.nthu.edu.tw]
Subject: Generative Linguistics in the Old World (Asia) X

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Full Title: Generative Linguistics in the Old World (Asia) X 
Short Title: GLOW in Asia X 

Date: 24-May-2014 - 26-May-2014
Location: Hsinchu, Taiwan 
Contact Person: Feng-fan Hsieh
Meeting Email: GLOWinAsiaX at gmail.com
Web Site: http://ling.nthu.edu.tw/GLOWinAsiaX 

Linguistic Field(s): General Linguistics; Linguistic Theories; Morphology; Phonology; Semantics; Syntax; Typology 

Call Deadline: 31-Jan-2014 

Meeting Description:

GLOW in Asia offers a forum for presentation and discussion of advanced
research in theoretical linguistics. Its conferences take place within Asia
but attract participants from all over the world. After the successful GLOW in
Asia IX at Mie University, Japan, we are pleased to announce that Graduate
Institute of Linguistics, National Tsing Hua University will host GLOW in Asia
X from May 24 to May 26, 2014.


Call for Papers:

Abstract submissions are invited for oral or poster presentation on any aspect of theoretical linguistics. Each oral presentation will be allotted 30 minutes, followed by 15 minutes for discussion.

Authorship:

1. Abstracts submitted for review should represent original, unpublished research. 
2. Abstracts should not include any author information. (e.g. references, file name of the abstract, etc.). 
3. Each author may submit at most one individual and one joint paper.

Abstract Format:

Abstracts must observe the following format:

a. Length: No more than two A4 pages including data and references  (Data can be interspersed throughout the text).
b. Font: No smaller than 12 pt., preferably in Times New Roman 
c. Margin: 2.5cm/1 inch margins on all sides

The title of the paper should appear at the top of the first page of the abstract. 

At least 3 keywords regarding the content of the paper should be given in the line below the title.

Abstract Submission: 

Submit your abstract to: http://linguistlist.org/easyabs/GLOWinAsia2014.







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