27.5098, Calls: Austro-Asiatic, General Linguistics/Germany

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Subject: 27.5098, Calls: Austro-Asiatic, General Linguistics/Germany

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Date: Tue, 13 Dec 2016 15:01:33
From: John Peterson [jpeterson at isfas.uni-kiel.de]
Subject: 7th International Conference on Austro-Asiatic Linguistics

 
Full Title: 7th International Conference on Austro-Asiatic Linguistics 
Short Title: ICAAL 

Date: 29-Sep-2017 - 01-Oct-2017
Location: Kiel, Germany 
Contact Person: John Peterson
Meeting Email: jpeterson at isfas.uni-kiel.de
Web Site: http://www.isfas.uni-kiel.de/de/linguistik/icaal2017 

Linguistic Field(s): General Linguistics 

Language Family(ies): Austro-Asiatic 

Call Deadline: 13-Jan-2017 

Meeting Description:

>From September 29 - October 1, 2017, the Department of Linguistics at the
Christian-Albrechts-Universität in the port city of Kiel in northern Germany
will be hosting the biennial 7th International Conference on Austro-Asiatic
Linguistics (ICAAL).
 
The conference is dedicated to all topics pertaining to the languages of this
extensive family, which stretches from central India in the west to Vietnam in
the east.

Presentations will be for 30 minutes each, followed by 15 minutes for
discussion. Following the presentations, the conference will close on the last
day with an open discussion on the concrete results of the conference, the
state of the field of Austro-Asiatic studies, as well as directions for future
research.

Conference convenor: John Peterson
Scientific committee: Mathias Jenny, Nicole Kruspe, John Peterson, Paul
Sidwell

Questions concerning the conference should be sent to John Peterson:
jpeterson at isfas.uni-kiel.de


Call for Papers:

Abstracts are now being accepted for contributions to the ICAAL. Abstracts
should not exceed 750 words plus references, tables and maps and should be
sent as PDF files by Friday, January 13, 2017 to the following address:

ICAAL2017 at isfas.uni-kiel.de

Abstracts should contain no direct references to the contributor(s). Instead,
contributors should submit a second file in addition to the abstract
containing the name(s) of the contributor(s) and the title of the abstract.
Notices of acceptance will be sent out no later than January 31, 2017.

Contributions on any aspect of the languages belonging to the Austro-Asiatic
phylum will be considered for acceptance. This includes, but is by no means
limited to,  the following topics:

- Language documentation and description
- Typology
- Phonetics & phonology
- Historical linguistics
- Areal linguistics
- Sociolinguistics
- Semantics
- Linguistic relativity
- Formal linguistics
- Writing systems
- etc.

The conference website can be found under the following address:

http://www.isfas.uni-kiel.de/de/linguistik/icaal2017




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