LINGUIST List 23.4783|
Fri Nov 16 2012
Calls: General Linguistics/Argentina
Editor for this issue: Alison Zaharee
From: Mercedes Pujalte <mercedespujaltegmail.com>
Subject: VI Encuentro de Gramática Generativa
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Full Title: VI Encuentro de Gramática Generativa
Short Title: EGG6
Date: 08-Aug-2013 - 10-Aug-2013
Location: General Roca, Patagonia, Argentina
Contact Person: Mercedes Pujalte
Meeting Email: < click here to access email >
Linguistic Field(s): General Linguistics
Call Deadline: 15-Mar-2013
The 'VI Encuentro de Gramática Generativa' in memory of Ma.Adriana Álvarez, which will be held in General Roca (Patagonia, Argentina) on August 8, 9 and 10, 2013, is organized by the Maestría en Lingüística of the Facultad de Lenguas (Universidad Nacional del Comahue).
The main objective is to foster the discussion of salient issues related to grammar from different formal models, as well as to establish a place for specialists to meet and exchange ideas. The 2013 edition will include a workshop on Teaching and Learning. This workshop will be coordinated by María Adela García Álvarez, Analía Castro y Silvina Rodríguez.
The EGG6 will offer only plenary sessions; no parallel sessions will be held. Each presentation will last thirty minutes, followed by ten additional minutes for questions. The official languages are Spanish, English and Portuguese.
Alicia Avellana (CONICET/ U. de Buenos Aires)
Ángela Di Tullio (Instituto de Filología Hispánica 'Amado Alonso', U. de Buenos Aires)
Lucía Brandani (U. de Buenos Aires / U.N. de General Sarmiento)
María Adela García Álvarez (U.N. del Comahue)
Analía Castro (U.N. del Comahue)
Laura Kornfeld (CONICET/U. de Buenos Aires/U. N. de General Sarmiento)
Leopoldo Labastía (U.N. del Comahue)
Anabel Monteserín (U.N. del Comahue)
Silvina Rodríguez (U.N. del Comahue)
Andrés Saab (U.N. del Comahue)
Pablo Zdrojewski (U. de Buenos Aires/ U. N. de General Sarmiento)
Call for Papers:
Submissions are invited for papers in any field related to the formal study of grammar (Syntax, Morphology, Phonology, Semantics, Lexical Theory, Interfaces, Language Acquisition, Philosophy of Language). Grammatical descriptions within any explicit and formal framework are welcome.
Selection for presentation will be based on the abstracts submitted which are to be sent before 15 March 2013. Abstracts should include a theoretical framework, hypotheses and the objectives of the presentation. Abstracts should be no longer than two pages, including references and examples, with margins of at least 1-inch, 12pt Times New Roman. By 30 April, participants will be informed if their presentations have been accepted.
The papers presented should be innovative contributions in the fields of linguistic theory and/or their grammatical description, from different theoretical models.
Abstracts should be sent by email as an attachment to the following address:
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