25.3389, FYI: Call for Book Chapters: Cuban Spanish Dialectology
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Subject: 25.3389, FYI: Call for Book Chapters: Cuban Spanish Dialectology
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Date: Wed, 27 Aug 2014 15:09:16
From: Alejandro Cuza [acuza at purdue.edu]
Subject: Call for Book Chapters: Cuban Spanish Dialectology
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Contemporary Approaches to Cuban Spanish Dialectology
Deadline for abstracts: October 20, 2014
Editor: Alejandro Cuza, Purdue University, (acuza at purdue.edu)
Proposals for book chapters are solicited for a new volume titled
(tentatively), Contemporary Approaches to Cuban Spanish Dialectology.
Georgetown University Press has expressed interest in publishing the volume.
The volume will examine the most contemporary research on Cuban Spanish
linguistics today. Contributions are invited on the following four areas of
research: phonological and phonetic issues, syntactic and morphosyntactic
issues/variation, sociolinguistic approaches/variation, language contact and
change (e.g., Cuban Spanish in contact with English in the U.S, Afro-Hispanic
influences). The chapter could either be empirical or theoretical in nature,
and it should be written in English.
Abstracts should be 400-450 words in length, and be specific in regards to
contribution to current theory and research. Please also submit a short CV in
addition to your abstract. Submissions should be sent in Word format to the
The abstracts will be put through peer review by GUP as well as the complete
volume. Authors whose abstracts are selected will be invited to submit their
work to the volume.
Abstract submission deadline: October 20, 2014
Notification of abstract acceptance: December 1st, 2014
Full chapter deadline: June 20, 2015 (targeted)
Questions and all correspondence should be made via e-mail to the volume
editor: Alejandro Cuza, Ph.D.Associate Professor of Spanish and Linguistics,
Purdue University, acuza at purdue.edu.
Linguistic Field(s): Applied Linguistics
Subject Language(s): Spanish (spa)
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