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Fri Feb 11 2011
Calls: Ling Theories, General Ling/Japan
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1. Miki Obata ,
GLOW in Asia Workshop for Young Scholars
Message 1: GLOW in Asia Workshop for Young Scholars
From: Miki Obata <obatahuman.mie-u.ac.jp>
Subject: GLOW in Asia Workshop for Young Scholars
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Full Title: GLOW in Asia Workshop for Young Scholars
Date: 07-Sep-2011 - 08-Sep-2011
Location: Tsu City, Mie, Japan
Contact Person: Koji Sugisaki
Meeting Email: < click here to access email >
Web Site: http://faculty.human.mie-u.ac.jp/~glow_mie/
Linguistic Field(s): General Linguistics; Linguistic Theories
Call Deadline: 10-Apr-2011
GLOW in Asia offers a forum for presentation and discussion of advanced research in theoretical linguistics. Its conferences take place within Asia but attract participants from all over the world. As a new event that constitutes part of these GLOW in Asia conferences, Mie University (Japan) holds GLOW in Asia Workshop for Young Scholars on September 7-8, 2011. The goal of this workshop is to provide an occasion for graduate students and post-doctoral researchers, the majority of whom are expected to be from Asia, to present their research, share new ideas and findings, and discuss their issues with participants and distinguished invited speakers from various places.
Call for Papers:
Abstract submissions are invited for oral or poster presentation on any aspect of theoretical linguistics. Each oral presentation will be allotted 20 minutes, followed by 10 minutes for discussion. Since the purpose of this workshop is to provide a forum for young linguists to present their work to an international audience, submissions are limited either to graduate students or to those who have received a Ph.D. within the previous 3 years. (This restriction applies not only to the first author but also to the co-authors.) We anticipate that funds will be available for presenters as some form of subsidy for travel and/or accommodation expenses. Details regarding financial support will be finalized after presenters are accepted. Proceedings for the presented papers and posters will be published online.
(a) Abstracts submitted for review should represent original, unpublished research.
(b) Abstracts should not include any author information. (e.g. references, file name of the abstract, etc.).
(c) Each author may submit at most one individual and one joint paper.
(a) Abstracts must observe the following format:
(1) Length: No more than two A4 pages including data and references (Data can be interspersed throughout the text.)
(2) Font: No smaller than 12 pt., preferably in Times New Roman
(3) Margin: 2.5cm/1 inch margins on all sides
(b) The title of the paper should appear at the top of the first page of the abstract.
(c) At least 3 keywords regarding the content of the paper should be given in the line below the title.
(a) All abstracts must be submitted by e-mail, addressed to:
The subject of the e-mail should be: Abstract
(b) Only abstracts in PDF file format will be accepted.
(c) Please include the following author information in the e-mail text, not in the abstract:
(1) author's name(s)
(2) specification of the session(s) for which you would like the abstract to be considered:(i) only for oral presentation, (ii) only for poster presentation or (iii) for both
(3) indication of student or post-doctoral status
(4) institutional affiliation
(5) e-mail address
(6) mailing address
(a) Deadline for abstracts: April 10, 2011 (JST)
(b) Notification of acceptance: Around mid-May
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