27.3535, Calls: General Linguistics/Germany

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Subject: 27.3535, Calls: General Linguistics/Germany

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Date: Thu, 08 Sep 2016 14:38:05
From: Bettina Fetzer [bettina.fetzer at web.de]
Subject: 60th StuTS Conference

Full Title: 60th StuTS Conference 
Short Title: StuTS 

Date: 17-Nov-2016 - 20-Nov-2016
Location: Heidelberg, Germany 
Contact Person: Organisationsteam 60. StuTS
Meeting Email: stuts60 at stuts.de
Web Site: http://60.stuts.de 

Linguistic Field(s): General Linguistics 

Call Deadline: 01-Oct-2016 

Meeting Description:

StuTS is an abbreviation for Studentische Tagung Sprachwissenschaft. Students
of various linguistic subject areas from all over Germany and some from abroad
will be coming together in Heidelberg to take part in the conference. They
will have the chance to give and listen to speeches in the course of three
days. Apart from the student presenters, professors of the University of
Heidelberg will talk about their research in keynote lectures. The academic
program will be accompanied by a supporting program, which is supposed to
present the city and the university to the participants. In addition, the
supporting program offers another opportunity for participants to talk to and
get to know each other.

Call for Papers:

Everyone is invited to contribute to the program of the StuTS. We encourage
presentations in German or English so that more individuals can contribute.
There are no restrictions on the linguistic subject of your presentation. You
can give talks on a particular topic of your own research, your Bachelor’s or
Master’s thesis or on a subject which interests you in general.

You can choose between a 30 minutes presentation (20 min talk followed by 10
min discussion) and a 60 minutes presentation (40 min talk followed by 20 min
discussion). The deadline for sending in your abstract is 1 October 2016 and
it is limited to 250 words. Please send it to stuts60 at stuts.de by then. We
accept the file formats .odt, .docx and plain text.


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