LINGUIST List 24.544|
Wed Jan 30 2013
Calls: Spanish, Morphology, Syntax, Pragmatics, Sociolinguistics/Spain
Editor for this issue: Alison Zaharee
From: Susana Azpiazu <sazpiazuusal.es>
Subject: Simple and Compound Forms of the Past in Spanish and other Languages
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Full Title: Simple and Compound Forms of the Past in Spanish and other Languages
Short Title: FSCSalam2013
Date: 18-Sep-2013 - 20-Sep-2013
Location: Salamanca, Spain
Contact Person: Susana Azpiazu
Meeting Email: < click here to access email >
Web Site: http://fscsalam2013.wordpress.com/
Linguistic Field(s): Morphology; Pragmatics; Sociolinguistics; Syntax
Subject Language(s): English (eng)
Call Deadline: 15-Mar-2013
The Simple and Compound Forms of the Past in Spanish and other Languages conference will be held from September 18 to September 20 at the University of Salamanca. It will be a meeting for scholars and students interested in verbal morphosyntax, with special stress on the dialectal and grammatical variation of simple and compound perfect in Spanish and other Romance and Indo-European languages.
Call for Papers:
The abstract will specify the subject addressed as well as the main conclusions. It should also outline the empirical data on which the analysis is based, and cite the main references to previous work on the subject. They will comprise between 300 and 400 words in font Times Roman 12pt with single line spacing. No metatextual information is allowed that would permit the identification of the author or the affiliation.
Acceptance is based on anonymous review of submitted abstracts by the Commitee.
The abstracts should be registered on the form at the ‘Registration’ page and should be sent as email attachments to fscsalam2013usal.es before March 15, 2013. May we kindly request you to name the attachment: ‘fsc2013 last_name first_name.doc’.
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