27.3633, Calls: Gen Ling, Lang Documentation, Socioling, Typology/Czech Republic

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Subject: 27.3633, Calls: Gen Ling, Lang Documentation, Socioling, Typology/Czech Republic

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Date: Wed, 14 Sep 2016 21:52:48
From: Jan Křivan [jan.krivan at ff.cuni.cz]
Subject: Linguistics Prague 2017

 
Full Title: Linguistics Prague 2017 
Short Title: LP 2017 

Date: 27-Apr-2017 - 29-Apr-2017
Location: Prague, Czech Republic 
Contact Person: Jan Křivan
Meeting Email: linguistics.prague at ff.cuni.cz
Web Site: http://linguisticsprague.ff.cuni.cz 

Linguistic Field(s): General Linguistics; Language Documentation; Sociolinguistics; Typology 

Call Deadline: 30-Nov-2016 

Meeting Description:

We invite graduate students and postdoctoral researchers to the first
international edition of the conference Linguistics Prague (formerly
Lingvistika Praha).

Linguistics Prague is a conference aimed at graduate students of linguistics
and related fields. Successfully running since 2013, the conference will be
opened to international audience for the first time in 2017 with English as
the language of the conference. The focus/leitmotif of the conference is
empirical research of language and its methodology. We encourage presentations
of original data oriented research concerned with different aspects of
language structure and use, as well as discussions of methodological
groundings of the 'empirical turn' in linguistics.

The conference takes place at the Faculty of Arts of Charles University in the
very center of Prague, Thursday 27 April to Saturday 29 April 2017.

The event will consist of 2 plenary talks, 4 tutorial workshops and a general
session for oral presentations and posters.

Plenary Speakers:

- Ulrike Mosel (Christian Albrechts Universität, Kiel)
- Pamela Perniss (University of Brighton)

Tutorial Workshops:

1) Learning how to ask - a condensed introduction to field methods (Florian
Siegl)
2) Acceptability judgement task: design and interpretation (Jakub Dotlačil)
3) Phonetics-phonology interface: what is phonological? (Michaela Hejná)
4) Multimodal corpora: annotation practices, tools, and analysis of the
(multimodal) spoken and sign language corpus data (Jakub Jehlička)

Conference Organizers:

Tomáš Doischer
Jan Křivan
Michal Láznička
Kateřina Opletalová
Hana Prokšová
Martina Rybová
Magdalena Zíková
(Faculty of Arts, Charles University)


Call for Papers:

We invite submissions for oral presentations and posters falling into either
of the following topics:

- Synchronic and diachronic grammatical analyses: 
Synchronic and diachronic analyses of grammatical phenomena based on usage or
experimental data are welcome. We especially encourage analyses of spontaneous
conversational data, fieldwork data, and sign languages.

- Sociolinguistics and sociology of language:
We invite qualitative and quantitative research comparing written and spoken
language, critical discourse analysis and work in speakers' behavior from the
point of view of pragmatics. Theoretical and methodological discussions of
different approaches on the basis of specific examples are also welcome.

Presentation time for papers will be 20 minutes followed by 10 minutes of
discussion. Authors of posters will be given a 1 minute speaking slot to
briefly introduce their presentations.

Abstract Submission Guidelines:

The text of the anonymous abstract should not exceed 350 words (without
references). Please use 12 point Times New Roman (Unicode) font, single-spaced
and set margins to 2.5 cm all around. Abstracts should be sent by 30 November
2016 in pdf format as an attachment to the conference email address:
linguistics.prague at ff.cuni.cz. Please state names and affiliations of the
authors and the title of the paper in the body of the email. Authors may also
include preferred mode of presentation.

For more information see our web page http://linguisticsprague.ff.cuni.cz.

Important Dates:

30 November 2016: abstract submission deadline
15 January 2017: notification of acceptance
27 April – 29 April 2017: conference




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