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32nd Annual Meeting of the Department of Linguistics
Message 1: 32nd Annual Meeting of the Department of Linguistics
From: Anthi Revithiadou <revithlit.auth.gr>
Subject: 32nd Annual Meeting of the Department of Linguistics
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Full Title: 32nd Annual Meeting of the Department of Linguistics
Short Title: amgl32
Date: 06-May-2011 - 08-May-2011
Location: Thessaloniki, Greece
Contact Person: Anthi Revithiadou
Meeting Email: < click here to access email >
Linguistic Field(s): Cognitive Science; Discipline of Linguistics; General Linguistics; Psycholinguistics
Call Deadline: 30-Jan-2011
Language at the Interface
The Department of Linguistics, School of Philology, Aristotle University of Thessaloniki, is pleased to announce the 32nd Annual Meeting to be held in Thessaloniki on May 6-8, 2011. We invite contributions that highlight:
(a) The interface among the grammatical components (phonology, morphology, syntax and semantics),
(b) The relation between language and other cognitive components such as memory and processing,
(c) The role of theoretical linguistics in speech and language therapy and
(d) The role of empirical methods from computational, corpus-based, experimental and sociolinguistic approaches to language research in the construction of formal linguistic analyses.
Due to the thematic diversity, the 32nd Meeting will be organized into four thematic workshops, each headed by one or two keynote speakers.
The thematic workshops are:
A. Grammar at the Interface
B. Language Processing and Memory
C. Linguistics and Language Pathologies
D. Empirical Methods in Formal Linguistics Research
Call for Papers
Those who wish to participate in the 32nd Annual Meeting with a presentation are invited to submit:
(a) Two copies of their abstracts (one anonymous and one signed) to amgl32-2011lit.auth.gr by the 30th of January 2011. Notification of acceptance will be sent on the 20th of February 2011. Your abstract should be submitted electronically as a word or a pdf file.
Submissions should be in the following format:
Length: One A4 page (including bibliography)
Font: Times New Roman 12pt
Margins: 1 inch all sides
For the signed copy: title, author(s), affiliation, email address (centered)
For the anonymous copy: title (centered)
(b) A named summary of their abstract (max. 200 words) to be included, if accepted, in the conference booklet.
Each participant is entitled to submit only one (single or joined) paper-presentation. The papers may be presented either in Greek or in English and they will be 20 minutes long followed by a 10-minute discussion.
Pre-Conference Graduate Workshop
A pre-conference postgraduate workshop will be held on the 6th of May 2011. Young researchers (e.g. postgraduate and doctoral students) are encouraged to submit an abstract on any area of linguistics. State-of-the-art and review papers will not be accepted for presentation. The papers that will be accepted for presentation may be further submitted for publication in the Proceedings.
Standard fee: 60 euros
Student fee (for undergraduate and postgraduate students): 30 euros
The price includes the conference material, coffee breaks and the Proceedings of the 32nd Annual Meeting to be published the following year.
For more information please contact the Organizing Committee at:
Tel. & Fax:(+30) 2310 9 97419, (+30) 2310 9 97409
Mailing address: 32nd Annual Meeting, Department of Linguistics,School of Philology, Aristotle University of Thessaloniki, 54124 Thessaloniki
The website of the conference will be available soon.
The Organizing Committee
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