[Lingtyp] ALT XIV - Deadline extension for abstract submission: April 11
ALT2022 at austin.utexas.edu
Wed Mar 30 02:09:20 UTC 2022
Deadline extension: Call for papers
The deadline for abstract submission to ALT 14 will be extended until April 11.
The 14th International Conference of the Association for Linguistic Typology will be held at the University of Texas at Austin, USA, on 15-17 December (Thursday-Saturday), 2022. The preceding day (Dec 14) will be reserved for a series of teach-ins. More information is available at the conference website: https://sites.google.com/view/alt2022/home
Abstract submission deadline: April 11, 2022
Notification of acceptance: June 1, 2022
Abstracts on any topic in linguistic typology, including its interfaces with language documentation and signed language research, are invited for oral presentations, posters, and a limited number of workshops. Non-members of ALT may submit abstracts but will be expected to join ALT in order to present a paper at the meeting.
Abstracts should be submitted through Easychair (https://easychair.org/conferences/?conf=alt2022)
Abstracts may be submitted for the general session, for a poster session, or for one of the workshops (https://sites.google.com/view/alt2022/workshops). Abstracts submitted for a workshop but not accepted there will be automatically considered for inclusion in the general or poster session.
One individual may be involved in a maximum of two abstracts (maximum of one as sole author), regardless of category (oral, poster, workshop talk).
Abstracts will be anonymously reviewed by a pool of external referees and by members of the ALT 2022 Program Committee. Abstracts submitted to a workshop will be jointly reviewed by members of the ALT 2022 Abstract Review Committee and the workshop organizers.
Abstracts must be anonymous: do not put your name or other identifying information on the abstract.
Abstracts should be at a maximum length of one single-spaced page, 12pt font, with another page (at maximum) for references and examples.
Please put this information at the top of your abstract: abstract title; abstract category (oral, poster, oral/poster); workshop title (if applicable).
Categories of submission
Oral presentation; for general session or workshop (single or multiple author): Timing will depend on the number of papers accepted for presentation and will probably be 20 minutes per paper, plus 10 minutes for discussion.
Poster: One or more poster sessions will be organized, depending on demand.
Oral/Poster: This means you prefer an oral presentation but can also present a poster. If there are more good abstracts than we can accommodate, the Programme Committee will schedule some as posters.
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