26.1874, Calls: Chinese, Typology/China

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Subject: 26.1874, Calls: Chinese, Typology/China

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Date: Wed, 08 Apr 2015 15:23:35
From: Yanzhi Li [liyanzhi at zju.edu.cn]
Subject: 2015 International Workshop on Typological Studies of Sinitic Languages

Full Title: 2015 International Workshop on Typological Studies of Sinitic Languages 

Date: 09-May-2015 - 09-May-2015
Location: Hangzhou, China 
Contact Person: Yujie Chen
Meeting Email: chenyujie0410 at zju.edu.cn

Linguistic Field(s): Typology 

Subject Language(s): Chinese, Mandarin (cmn)

Call Deadline: 25-Apr-2015 

Meeting Description:

The Centre for the Study of Language and Cognition at Zhejiang University is hosting a one-day workshop on typological Studies of Sinitic languages. The aim of this one-day event is to look at typological issues concerning Sinitic languages from theoretical as well as empirical perspectives. 

Keynote Speakers:

Prof Bao Zhiming
Prof Walter Bisang
Prof Cheng Gong
Prof Hu Jianhua
Prof Liu Danqing
Prof Stephen Matthews

Call for Papers:

Interested researchers are cordially invited to attend this interesting event. We invite submissions for posters and 30-minute oral presentations. Abstracts (including references and figures) should be anonymous and no more than two pages. Abstracts should be sent as a pdf or doc(x) to iwcnc at hotmail.com.

Important Dates: 

Abstracts due: 25 April 2015 
Notification: 28 April 2015 
Conference: 9 May 2015

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