26.1753, Confs: General Linguistics/Chile

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Subject: 26.1753, Confs: General Linguistics/Chile

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Date: Wed, 01 Apr 2015 16:03:59
From: Ginette Castro [gcastro at uct.cl]
Subject: XXI International Congress of the Chilean Society of Linguistics

 
XXI International Congress of the Chilean Society of Linguistics 
Short Title: Sochil 2015 

Date: 25-Nov-2015 - 27-Nov-2015 
Location: Temuco, Chile 
Contact: Ginette Castro 
Contact Email: sochil2015 at uct.cl 
Meeting URL: http://sochil2015.uct.cl/language/en/call-for-papers-2/ 

Linguistic Field(s): General Linguistics 

Meeting Description: 

The Chilean Society of Linguistics (SOCHIL) is an institution that gathers researchers from Chile and all over the world interested in the study of language. Sochil congresses are held every two years. Analysis and promotion of some of the main linguistic theories, methodological applications and interdisciplinary approaches are dealt with through open academic discussion. This year, The XXI International Congress of the Chilean Society of Linguistics will be held at Universidad Católica de Temuco (Temuco – Chile), November 25-27.

For more information, please visit our webpage: http://sochil2015.uct.cl 






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