25.3289, Calls: General Linguistics/Nepal

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Subject: 25.3289, Calls: General Linguistics/Nepal

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Date: Sat, 16 Aug 2014 19:05:21
From: Bhim Lal Gautam [gautambhim at rocketmail.com]
Subject: 35th Annual Conference of Linguistic Society of Nepal

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Full Title: 35th Annual Conference of Linguistic Society of Nepal 
Short Title: 35th LSN Conference 

Date: 26-Nov-2014 - 27-Nov-2014
Location: Kathmandu, Nepal 
Contact Person: Bhim Regmi
Meeting Email: bhimregmi at gmail.com
Web Site: http://lsn.org.np 

Linguistic Field(s): General Linguistics 

Call Deadline: 31-Aug-2014 

Meeting Description:

35th Annual Conference of Linguistic Society of Nepal
November 26-27, 2014

35th Annual Conference of the Linguistic Society of Nepal (LSN) is going to be held on November 26-27, 2014 in Kathmandu. The conference is one of the major activities of the Society which aims to provide a platform for those who have been working on different aspects of languages from home and abroad.

Call for Papers:

You are requested to submit abstract for the conference papers on theoretical, descriptive, interdisciplinary, or applied aspects of language studies in the following or any other relevant topics of linguistics:

- Phonetics
- Phonology
- Morphology
- Syntax
- Semantics and lexical studies
- Pragmatics
- Historical linguistics
- Sociolinguistics
- Anthropological Linguistics
- Language contact and linguistic typology
- Applied linguistics
- Indigenous languages
- Corpus and computational linguistics
- Mother-tongue and multilingual education
- Natural language processing
- Language teaching
- Language policy and planning
- Discourse analysis
- Language and technology
- Ethnolinguistics and language ideology
- Language documentation
- Translation studies
- Psycholinguistics
- Nurolinguistics
- Any other relevant areas

About Submission:

1. Abstract should contain 150-200 words (including examples and references if any but excluding title and author information)
2. Title should be followed by name of the author/authors, author’s affiliation, address, email and phone number (preferably mobile)
3. Text of the abstract should be clearly written with the information on the data, methodology, and results of the research.
4. Abstract should be in English language and Roman script.
5. Examples from other languages should be presented in IPA Unicode. Other script can also be used in the example if it is necessary, however it should be in Unicode.
6. Abstract should be both in the MS Word format and PDF.
7. Submit electronic copy of abstract via email to linguisticsocietynepal at gmail.com

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