LINGUIST List 22.5112|
Mon Dec 19 2011
Calls: General Linguistics/UK
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1. Thomas Williams ,
Undergraduate Linguistics Association of Britain 2012
Message 1: Undergraduate Linguistics Association of Britain 2012
From: Thomas Williams <t12.williamsgmail.com>
Subject: Undergraduate Linguistics Association of Britain 2012
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Full Title: Undergraduate Linguistics Association of Britain 2012
Short Title: ULAB
Date: 14-Apr-2012 - 15-Apr-2012
Location: Bristol, United Kingdom
Contact Person: Thomas Williams
Meeting Email: < click here to access email >
Web Site: https://docs.google.com/spreadsheet/viewform?hl=en_GB&formkey=dFpTUWN2Q0t2dklhbWRWWXd5SkxCa2c6MQ#gid=0
Linguistic Field(s): General Linguistics
Call Deadline: 26-Feb-2012
Following the success of the first conference in 2011 in Edinburgh, we at UWE Bristol are pleased to announce the ULAB conference 2012 - run by and for undergraduate students of linguistics and English language.
The second Undergraduate Linguistics Association of Britain (ULAB) conference is due to be held in the beautifully historic and multicultural city of Bristol on the weekend of the 14/15 April 2012, with a pre-conference social on the 13th, at the University of the West of England.
Professor David Crystal
Registration and abstract submission is now open.
Call for Papers:
Any research project performed during your undergraduate degree, on any topic within the study of linguistics and English language. Talks are expected to be around 15 minutes long, though if you think you'll require a longer/shorter amount of time let us know via the comments section of the form.
Abstracts should be submitted for review to our Google Form:
This may well be your first time presenting at a conference - it will be an incredibly valuable and worthwhile experience, and given you'll be speaking to other students in the same situation as you, it's a great way to get feedback and develop your work and yourself!
Final deadline for abstract submission is 26 February 2012.
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