29.2749, Calls: Baltic; General Linguistics, Historical Linguistics, Language Acquisition/Norway

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Subject: 29.2749, Calls: Baltic; General Linguistics, Historical Linguistics, Language Acquisition/Norway

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Date: Mon, 02 Jul 2018 15:25:50
From: Olga Urek [olga.urek at uit.no]
Subject: Conference in Baltic Linguistics

Full Title: Conference in Baltic Linguistics 
Short Title: BLing 

Date: 21-Nov-2018 - 22-Nov-2018
Location: Tromsø, Norway 
Contact Person: Olga Urek
Meeting Email: olga.urek at uit.no

Linguistic Field(s): General Linguistics; Historical Linguistics; Language Acquisition 

Language Family(ies): Baltic 

Call Deadline: 10-Sep-2018 

Meeting Description:

Baltic Linguistics: New Perspectives and Methods (BLing)

When: November 21-22, 2018
Where: Tromsø, Norway

CASTL (Center for Advanced Study in Theoretical Linguistics) at UiT The Arctic
University of Norway is pleased to announce the conference Baltic Linguistics:
New Perspectives and Methods to be held in Tromsø on November 21-22, 2018. The
main goal of the conference is to bring together researchers from around the
world working on the Baltic languages within various theoretical frameworks
and methodological perspectives. We welcome submissions in the following

(a) Syntax 
(b) Phonology
(c) Morphology
(d) L1/L2/Ln Acquisition
(e) Historical linguistics
(f) Experimental linguistics
(g) Development of language resources

Keynote speakers:

Ineta Dabašinskienė (Vytautas Magnus University)
Juris Grigorjevs (Latvian Language Institute, University of Latvia)
Axel Holvoet (Vytautas Magnus University)

Call for Papers:

The deadline for abstract submissions is September 10, 2018. We are now
inviting abstracts for oral presentations (20-minute talk followed by a
10-minute discussion). Abstracts may not exceed one page in length (A4, Times
New Roman, pt 12). A second page may be used for references, visualisations
and examples. Anonymized abstracts in pdf format must be submitted as an
attachment to olga.urek at uit.no. Names and affiliations of the authors should
be indicated in the text of the e-mail.

Authors will be notified of the peer-review outcome by September 30. 

A limited number of travel grants is available for PhD and Master students,
and will be distributed among the abstracts of the highest quality. If you
would like to be considered for a travel grant, please indicate it in your


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