27.5099, Calls: Typology/Australia

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LINGUIST List: Vol-27-5099. Tue Dec 13 2016. ISSN: 1069 - 4875.

Subject: 27.5099, Calls: Typology/Australia

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Date: Tue, 13 Dec 2016 15:01:58
From: Danielle Barth [danielle.barth at anu.edu.au]
Subject: 12th Conference of the Association for Linguistic Typology 2017

 
Full Title: 12th Conference of the Association for Linguistic Typology 2017 
Short Title: ALT 2017 

Date: 11-Dec-2017 - 15-Dec-2017
Location: Canberra, ACT, Australia 
Contact Person: Danielle Barth
Meeting Email: alt12.2017 at gmail.com
Web Site: http://www.dynamicsoflanguage.edu.au/alt-conference-2017/ 

Linguistic Field(s): Typology 

Call Deadline: 31-Mar-2017 

Meeting Description:

The 12th meeting of the Association for Linguistic Typology will be held at
the Australian National University, Canberra, Australia from 12 to 14
December. The preceding day (11) will feature typological teach-ins on three
language families: Australian, Papuan and Austronesian. The Friday after the
conference (15) will be reserved for workshops. In addition to open paper
slots, there will be plenaries given by the Greenberg and Gabelentz Prize
winners, two further plenaries (tba), and a plenary discussion on the past,
present and future of linguistic typology. There will, additionally, be a slot
for poster sessions.

We encourage attendees to come for this whole week.


2nd Call for Papers:

ALT 2017:

Proposal Submission Deadline: 31 March 2017
Notification of Acceptance: 5 May 2017

Abstracts are invited for the ALT 2017 Conference (12-14 December 2017) and
workshops (15 December 2017) at the Australian National University in
Canberra, Australia. We welcome abstracts on any aspect of typology. Abstracts
should be submitted through the conference webform found here:
http://www.dynamicsoflanguage.edu.au/alt-conference-2017/call-for-abstracts/

If you have any problems using this form, please email the conference
organisers at alt12.2017 at gmail.com.

Scholars may submit a maximum of two papers, whether sole authored or
co-authored. This includes submissions to the ALT workshops
(http://www.dynamicsoflanguage.edu.au/alt-conference-2017/workshops2/).
Abstracts should be at a maximum of one page, 12pt font, with another page (at
maximum) for references. 

Abstracts may be submitted for the General Session or for one of the
Workshops. Abstracts submitted for a workshop but not accepted there will be
automatically considered for inclusion in the general session. If authors wish
to submit an abstract for a workshop, we encourage them to contact the
workshop organizers ahead of time for advice on workshop coherence.

Proposals will be reviewed by members of the ALT 2017 Program Committee.
Abstracts submitted to a workshop will be jointly reviewed by members of the
ALT 2017 Program Committee and the workshop organisers.




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