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Fri Jan 21 2011
Calls: Spanish, Portuguese, Language Acquisition, General Ling/USA
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1. Chad Howe ,
Hispanic Linguistics Symposium 2011
Message 1: Hispanic Linguistics Symposium 2011
From: Chad Howe <hls2011uga.edu>
Subject: Hispanic Linguistics Symposium 2011
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Full Title: Hispanic Linguistics Symposium 2011
Short Title: HLS 2011
Date: 06-Oct-2011 - 09-Oct-2011
Location: Athens, Georgia, USA
Contact Person: Chad Howe
Meeting Email: < click here to access email >
Web Site: http://www.hls2011.uga.edu
Linguistic Field(s): General Linguistics; Language Acquisition
Subject Language(s): Portuguese; Spanish
Call Deadline: 20-May-2011
The Hispanic Linguistics Symposium 2011 will be held in Athens, Georgia at the University of Georgia on October 6-9, 2011.
José del Valle (The Graduate Center of the City University of New York (CUNY))
Kimberly Geeslin (Indiana University)
Paula Kempchinsky (University of Iowa)
Call for Papers:
Papers are invited in any area of Hispanic Linguistics and Language Acquisition and in any theoretical or quantitative framework. Additional information regarding associated workshops or special sessions will be provided on the conference website: http//www.hls2011.uga.edu.
Papers may be delivered in English, Portuguese or Spanish. Authors may submit up to two abstracts, one individual and one joint. The body of the abstract must be no more than one page in length with a second page reserved for examples and references. Abstracts must clearly present a specific thesis statement and include a description of topic, approach, and conclusions. To preserve anonymity during the review process, authors should not include their names or otherwise reveal their identity anywhere in the abstract. Please specify the title of the paper, area of research, name, academic affiliation, and e-mail in the abstract submission.
Abstracts must be submitted through EasyAbstracts (EasyAbs):
All submissions must be received by May 20, 2011.
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