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LINGUIST List 22.1928

Wed May 04 2011

Calls: Syntax, Typology/Croatia

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        1.     Ranko Matasović , Syntax of the World's Languages V

Message 1: Syntax of the World's Languages V
Date: 02-May-2011
From: Ranko Matasović <rmatasovffzg.hr>
Subject: Syntax of the World's Languages V
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Full Title: Syntax of the World's Languages V
Short Title: SWL5

Date: 01-Oct-2012 - 04-Oct-2012
Location: Dubrovnik, Croatia
Contact Person: Ranko Matasović
Meeting Email: < click here to access email >
Web Site: http://www.ffzg.hr/swl5/SWL5

Linguistic Field(s): Syntax; Typology

Call Deadline: 31-Jan-2012

Meeting Description:

In the same spirit as the previous conferences of this series (SWL I - Leipzig 2004, SWL II - Lancaster 2006, SWL III - Berlin 2008, and SWL IV - Lyon 2010), SWL V will provide a forum for linguists working on the syntax of less widely studied languages or language varieties. Its main purpose is enlarging our knowledge and understanding of syntactic diversity.

Call for Papers:

Contributions are expected to be data-driven, and the discussion of theoretical issues is appreciated to the extent that it helps to elucidate the data and remains understandable to persons that are not specialists of the relevant theory. All major theoretical frameworks are equally welcome, and papers that adopt a diachronic or comparative perspective are also welcome, as well as papers dealing with morphological or semantic issues, in so far as syntactic issues also play a major role.

Abstracts of no more than one page (plus possibly one additional page for examples), should be sent in .pdf and .doc format to rmatasovffzg.hr and tena_gnjatovicyahoo.com before 31st January 2012 with 'SWL5' in the subject line.

Submissions should be anonymous and refrain from self-reference. Please provide contact details (name, phone, e-mail address) and the title of your presentation in the body of the e-mail.

Participants may not be involved in more than two abstracts, of which at most one may be single-authored.

The conference will be held in English and all abstracts must be written in English.

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