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Calls: Lang Acquisition, Psycholing/Canada

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        1.    Child Language Bulletin Editor IASCL, International Congress for the Study of Child Language

Message 1: International Congress for the Study of Child Language
Date: 12-Feb-2010
From: Child Language Bulletin Editor IASCL <editor.iascl.clbulletingmail.com>
Subject: International Congress for the Study of Child Language
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Full Title: International Congress for the Study of Child Language
Short Title: IASCL 2011

Date: 19-Jul-2011 - 23-Jul-2011
Location: Montreal, Canada
Contact Person: Sanja Obradovic
Meeting Email: obradovic.sanjauqam.ca
Web Site: http://www.iascl2011.org/

Linguistic Field(s): Language Acquisition; Psycholinguistics

Call Deadline: 01-Aug-2010

Meeting Description:

The next IASCL congress will be held in Montreal, Canada on 19-23 July 2011. The
planned location for the conference is the Université du Québec à Montréal
(UQÀM), located in the city's urban core. The general theme of the congress is
*Social, Genetic and Cognitive determinants in the Acquisition and Development
of Child Language*. General information can be found at
http://www.iascl2011.org, where you will find details about the venue of the
conference and accommodation.

Call for Papers

A number of keynote speakers have been invited. There will be a plenary session
(keynote speaker) each day of the conference. Confirmed speakers are Deb Roy
(MIT), Simon Fisher (Oxford), Fred Genesee (McGill), Penelope Brown (MPI, NL).
We are aiming for keynote presentations that will inform the general community
of child language researchers with state of the art and latest advances and
challenges in multidisciplinary areas of interests.

We expect to have a few invited symposia (10-15%) on topics of general interest
and closely related to the theme of the conference. However, the great majority
of thematic sessions will be those submitted by participants on original,
previously unpublished research on any aspect of child language. Symposia are 2
hours in duration and there are 4 presentations in each symposium. The
submission deadline for symposium abstracts is Aug 1 2010.

As with the last conference in Edinburgh, Scotland, there will be allocated time
periods for poster sessions, with no other parallel sessions. Also, note that we
will not feature independent oral presentations, as we are moving towards
thematic sessions and individual poster presentations only. The submission
deadline for individual poster abstracts will be Oct 1 2010.

For more information about submissions, please visit:
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