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LINGUIST List 22.2216

Thu May 26 2011

Calls: General Linguistics/Portugal

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        1.     CLUNL's Young Researchers Group , VI Forum of Linguistic Sharing

Message 1: VI Forum of Linguistic Sharing
Date: 25-May-2011
From: CLUNL's Young Researchers Group <jiclunlfcsh.unl.pt>
Subject: VI Forum of Linguistic Sharing
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Full Title: VI Forum of Linguistic Sharing

Date: 24-Nov-2011 - 25-Nov-2011
Location: Lisbon, Portugal
Contact Person: CLUNL's Young Researchers Group
Meeting Email: < click here to access email >
Web Site: http://www.clunl.edu.pt/jovensinvestigadores

Linguistic Field(s): General Linguistics

Call Deadline: 04-Sep-2011

Meeting Description:

CLUNL's Young Researchers Group is pleased to announce the VI Forum of Linguistic Sharing, which will take place on the 24th and 25th November 2011 at Faculdade de Ciências Sociais e Humanas - Universidade Nova de Lisboa.

Call for Papers:

The aim of the congress is to give the opportunity to all-level students to present their research and interchanging opinions. Thereby, we invite all young researchers who work in different fields of Linguistics to participate in this congress.

Likewise, we would like to remind you that only undergraduate students, BA graduates, MA students, masters and PhD students can present papers in this congress. Each author can propose only one paper and only via email (jiclunlfcsh.unl.pt).

The modes of presentation available are the following:

- Oral presentation (for MA students, masters and PhD students): each presentation can last up to 20 minutes, plus 10 minutes for debate and questions.
- Poster (for undergraduate students and BA graduates): discussion with participants regarding the contents displayed in the poster. The session will last 30 minutes.

The format of the abstract should be as follows:

- Title
- Author(s): name(s), affiliation, degree/attended course and email address
- Area(s) of Linguistics
- Mode of presentation (oral or poster)
- Abstract (maximum 500 words)
- Aspects to be addressed: topic and its relevance, objectives, methodology, description of results
- Text formatting: Times New Roman, 12pt, spacing 1.5, A4, with 2.5cm margins, in a Word file
- References (maximum 5)
- Keywords (maximum 5)

Two copies of each abstract should be sent: an anonymous one and an identified one. Papers can be sent in Portuguese, English, Spanish and/or French, which will be the working languages in the conference.

Once the summaries are evaluated and selected by a proper Scientific Committee, the result will be conveyed to each author respectively and payment instructions will be explained.

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