[An-lang] Call for Papers: 31st Annual Meeting of the Southeast Asian Linguistics Society

Bradley McDonnell mcdonn at hawaii.edu
Wed Dec 1 00:27:55 UTC 2021

(Apologies for cross-posting)
The 31st Annual Meeting of the Southeast Asian Linguistics Society (SEALS)

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Call for papers

The Department of Linguistics at the University of Hawaiʻi at Mānoa invites
scholars working on Southeast Asian linguistics to the *31st Annual Meeting
of the Southeast Asian Linguistics Society (SEALS), May 19-21, 2022, with a
special virtual poster session on May 13, 2022. *SEALS 31 will be a *hybrid
conference*, held concurrently in-person (on the campus of the University
of Hawaiʻi at Mānoa) and on-line. Authors of accepted abstracts will be
asked to indicate by February 15, 2022 whether they will present online or

   - Online presenters of oral talks will submit a pre-recorded video of
   their 20-minute talk by April 15, 2022, and attend a live (online)
   10-minute-long discussion session, during which questions may be asked from
   online or in-person attendees.
   - In-person presenters of oral talks will deliver a 20-minute talk to
   the audience in Hawai‘i, while being live-streamed online (permitting
   remote participants to watch the talk live). This will be followed by a
   10-minute-long discussion period, during which questions may be asked from
   online or in-person attendees.
   - Poster presenters may present online (at the virtual poster session on
   May 13, 2022) or in-person during live poster sessions during the May 19-21

If COVID-19 conditions worsen, SEALS 31 will revert to a fully online
conference. That decision will be made before acceptance decisions are

Plenary speakers

   - Kitima Indambarya, Kasetsart University
   - Peter Jenks, University of California, Berkeley
   - Aldrin Lee, University of the Philippines – Diliman

*Submissions of abstracts for talks and posters will be accepted until the
January 3, 2022 deadline at:

Abstracts dealing with any areas related to Southeast Asian Languages will
be considered. Possible topics include, but are not limited to:

   - phonetics and phonology
   - morphology
   - syntax
   - semantics
   - pragmatics
   - discourse analysis
   - genetic and areal relationships
   - interactional linguistics
   - historical and comparative studies
   - sociolinguistic studies
   - psycholinguistics
   - language acquisition
   - neurolinguistics
   - language and culture/thought
   - language documentation
   - language endangerment
   - language revitalization/reclamation

*Abstracts should be written in English and submitted in PDF format.
Abstracts must conform to the following format requirements:*

   - Abstract must have a clear and informative title (preferably centered
   at top of page, in bold, in sentence case).
   - Abstracts must be no longer than 300 words. No references are
   required, and figures and examples are permitted only if within the
   300-word limit.
   - Abstracts must be fully anonymous: authors’ names, affiliations, or
   pictures should not be indicated anywhere in the document.

*Abstracts must be submitted by January 03, 2022 (Hawai‘i Standard Time)
via the EasyChair system (https://easychair.org/conferences/?conf=seals31
<https://easychair.org/conferences/?conf=seals31>). *Special consideration
will be given to abstracts accepted to SEALS 2020 (cancelled due to
COVID-19), but which have not since been presented at any other venue.

*For more information, see http://ling.lll.hawaii.edu/sites/seaconfs/
<http://ling.lll.hawaii.edu/sites/seaconfs/>  or email seaconfs at hawaii.edu
<seaconfs at hawaii.edu>*

*Important Dates*

   - January 03, 2022 (Hawai‘i Standard Time): Deadline for Abstract
   - January 31, 2022: Notification of Acceptance
   - February 01 - April 15, 2022: Online Pre-registration
   - April 15, 2022: Submission of Recorded Talk (for remote presenters)
   - April 16 – May 12, 2022: Online Regular Registration
   - May 13, 2022: Virtual Poster Session and Social Event
   - May 19 – 21, 2022: SEALS Conference

SEALS 31 is sponsored by the National Science Foundation (BCS#1921334), the
National Foreign Language Resource Center at the University of Hawai‘i, and
the Center for Southeast Asian Studies at the University of Hawai‘i at

*In accordance with the Americans with Disabilities Act, the University of
Hawai'i seeks to make this conference accessible to all. If you require
special accommodations, please indicate this at the time that your abstract
is accepted for presentation.*

Bradley McDonnell
Associate Professor, Department of Linguistics, University of Hawai'i at
Book Review Editor, Language Documentation & Conservation
Organizer, International Conference on Language Documentation &
Conservation 2021 <http://icldc-hawaii.org/>
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