26.2131, Calls: Chinese, Discourse Analysis, General Ling, Pragmatics, Semantics, Typology/Germany

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Subject: 26.2131, Calls: Chinese, Discourse Analysis, General Ling, Pragmatics, Semantics, Typology/Germany

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Date: Tue, 21 Apr 2015 19:03:57
From: Daniel Hole [eaclnine at gmail.com]
Subject: 9th International Conference of the European Association of Chinese Linguistics

 
Full Title: 9th International Conference of the European Association of Chinese Linguistics 
Short Title: EACL-9 

Date: 24-Sep-2015 - 25-Sep-2015
Location: Stuttgart, Germany 
Contact Person: Daniel Hole
Meeting Email: EACLnine at gmail.com
Web Site: http://www.ilg.uni-stuttgart.de/EACL9 

Linguistic Field(s): Discourse Analysis; General Linguistics; Pragmatics; Semantics; Typology 

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

Call Deadline: 30-Apr-2015 

Meeting Description:

Department of Linguistics 
University of Stuttgart/Germany
Website: http://www.ilg.uni-stuttgart.de/EACL9

Confirmed Invited Speakers:

Kai von Fintel (MIT Cambridge, MA)
Niina Ning Zhang (NCCU Chia-Yi)
Barbara Meisterernst (HU Berlin)

There will be a special theme session on argument alternations embedded in the conference. A call for papers for this special session will be issued separately.

Registration fees: 35 EUR for students, 70 EUR for non-students

All presenters must be members of the European Association of Chinese Linguistics (cf. The membership information on the EACL website; on-site registration will be possible at the conference). 

http://www.chineselinguistics.eu/main/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=45&Itemid=53

Please direct any inquiries to: EACLnine at gmail.com
Organizers: EACL & Daniel Hole (local organization)

Final Call for Papers:

9th International Conference of the European Association of Chinese Linguistics (EACL-9)

September 24-26, 2015
Department of Linguistics 
University of Stuttgart/Germany

Call deadline: April 30, 2015

We invite anonymous abstracts for 30-minute talks (20+10) presenting new research into all areas of Chinese linguistics (excluding Teaching Chinese as a Foreign Language). Submissions may not exceed 500 words and must be written in English. Presentations at the conference may be in Mandarin Chinese or English. Please indicate the language of presentation in the abstract. Please include 2 to 4 keywords right underneath the title of your abstract. No more than one single-authored and one co-authored abstract per person will be considered.

There will be a special theme session on argument alternations embedded in the conference. A call for papers for this special session will be issued separately.

Submission of abstracts is via Easychair only (https://easychair.org/conferences/?conf=eacl9).
The Easychair interface for uploading abstracts will operate from 15 November, 2014).
All presenters must be members of the European Association of Chinese Linguistics (cf. the Membership page; on-site registration will be possible at the conference).

Papers that are included in the program must be presented by the author(s) and cannot be presented by proxies.
          
Website: http://www.ilg.uni-stuttgart.de/EACL9
       
Please direct any inquiries to: EACLnine at gmail.com
Organizers: EACL & Daniel Hole (local organization)




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