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LINGUIST List 21.124

Sat Jan 09 2010

Calls: General Ling/Hungary

Editor for this issue: Kate Wu <katelinguistlist.org>


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        1.    Eva Agnes Csato, 15th International Conference on Turkish Linguistics

Message 1: 15th International Conference on Turkish Linguistics
Date: 06-Jan-2010
From: Eva Agnes Csato <eva.csatolingfil.uu.se>
Subject: 15th International Conference on Turkish Linguistics
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Full Title: 15th International Conference on Turkish Linguistics
Short Title: 15th ICTL

Date: 20-Aug-2010 - 22-Aug-2010
Location: Szeged, Hungary
Contact Person: Eva Kincses Nagy
Meeting Email: infotop-congress.hu
Web Site: http://top-congress.hu/2010/ictl/

Linguistic Field(s): General Linguistics

Language Family(ies): Turkic

Call Deadline: 28-Feb-2010

Meeting Description:

Papers on linguistic issues related to Turkish and/or other Turkic languages are
invited. The official languages of the conference will be English and Turkish.

Call for Papers

The conference will include the following types of presentations:
1. Individual papers
Individual or co-authored papers can be presented at the conference. The time
allotted to each paper will be 20 minutes, plus 10 minutes for discussion.

2. Poster Sessions
Poster presentations aim at providing information about a work in progress,
and/or recent research results. They will take place at the time and location
designated by the organizing committee.

The deadline for abstracts is February 28, 2010. Each participant can submit
only two abstracts of any type at most: one individual and one co-authored.
The abstract - not exceeding 250-300 words (examples and references excluded) -
should include the topic, the research methodology, and a relevant bibliography.
The abstracts will be submitted via the on-line form, which will be available on
the conference web site. Although on-line submission is requested, submissions
by e-mail will not be rejected. To submit your abstract by e-mail, please use
the related form available on the conference web site. The abstracts sent by
snail mail will not be accepted.

All abstracts will be evaluated anonymously by a review committee whose members
will be confidential. Selected papers will be announced on April 15, 2010.
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