[Lingtyp] Australian Linguistic Society 2017 (4-7 Dec 2017) Call for Proposals for Workshop Sessions
nick.enfield at sydney.edu.au
Fri May 12 03:06:09 UTC 2017
ALS2017 Call for Proposals for Workshop Sessions
We are now calling for proposals to hold workshop sessions at the 2017 Australian Linguistic Society meeting (to take place on 4-7 December 2017 at the University of Sydney).
Please note that the due date is VERY SOON: *Proposals close FRIDAY 2 JUNE 2017*
Please send your proposal to: linguistics.als2017 at sydney.edu.au<mailto:linguistics.als2017 at sydney.edu.au>
Workshop proposals can be on any topic relevant to the interests of members of the ALS.
We are accepting proposals for single-session (90 minutes), double-session (2x90 minutes) or all-day (3x90 minutes) workshops, to be held either in parallel with individual paper sessions during Days 1-3 of the conference (5-7 Dec), or on the pre-conference arrival day (Monday 4 Dec, between 10am and 4pm).
Proposals for workshops must include (1) Title, (2) Outline and Motivation (200 words max), and (3) outline of the full planned proceedings within the 90min session(s) format; this may include specific speakers/titles for talks, or intended profiles of who/what is to be included, if you plan to do a public call for papers. Workshop convenors will be fully responsible for ensuring quality through the appropriate process of review, selection, and organization of constituent paper presentations. Workshop presentations will not go through the EasyChair review procedure that stand-alone ALS2017 papers will.
Please contact us directly (linguistics.als2017 at sydney.edu.au<mailto:linguistics.als2017 at sydney.edu.au>) if you have any queries or want to discuss your ideas.
N. J. ENFIELD | Professor and Chair, Department of Linguistics
Director, SSSHARC (Sydney Social Science and Humanities Advanced Research Centre)
Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences
THE UNIVERSITY OF SYDNEY
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