LINGUIST List 29.3461
Mon Sep 10 2018
Calls: Discipline of Linguistics, General Linguistics/Brazil
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Full Title: ABRALIN50
Date: 02-May-2019 - 09-May-2019
Location: Maceió. Alagoas, Brazil
Contact Person: Associação Brasileira de Linguística
Meeting Email: < click here to access email >
Web Site: https://www.abralin.org/abralin50/
Linguistic Field(s): Discipline of Linguistics; General Linguistics
Call Deadline: 31-Oct-2018
The Brazilian Linguistics Association (ABRALIN) is celebrating its 50th anniversary in 2019 with a special event: ABRALIN50. The event, which will host the 11th International Congress of ABRALIN, the 24th ABRALIN’s Institute and two satellite events (to be announced shortly) will take place beautiful Maceió, Alagoas, Brazil, from May 02 to May 09, 2019.
The main objective of the 11th International Congress of ABRALIN is to address fundamental issues for Linguistics today, instigating debates that facilitate courses of actions in the area in face of the transformations in the contemporary world. Moreover, the event also aims to promote propositional dialogues between Linguistics and other areas of knowledge.
The ABRALIN Institute, with a long tradition in the history of our Association, aims to contribute to the international colaboration and to the qualification in the area of Linguistics. The Institute will offer a selection of courses taught by renowned foreign and Brazilian specialists, promoting the discussion, the dissemination and the sharing of the most recent theoretical and methodological trends in the area of Linguistics.
ABRALIN invites the academic community in the area of Linguistics – professionals, elementary and high school teachers, postgraduate and undergraduate students, and any member of the community to celebrate its 50th anniversary, with important discussions for the future of the area of Linguistics in one of the the most beautiful regions of Brazil: Maceió, Alagoas.
Final Call for Papers:
Authors are invited to submit papers on original, unpublished research for the XI International Congress of ABRALIN in the following modalities: Poster Session, Special Session or Satellite Event. Each author may only submit a maximum of two papers, one of which, in this case, necessarily as a co-author.
You need to be an ABRALIN associate in order to submit a paper to its International Congress. To join ABRALIN, please fill in the membership form at https://goo.gl/qJuR9C
. If you have any questions regarding this, please do not hesitate to contact us: abralin50
Poster Sessions are an ideal space for presentations and interactions over a longer period of time, which can lead to longer discussions, and peer-to-peer exchanges. Poster Sessions will last 1 hour. Papers sent to Poster Sessions will be evaluated by the Scientific Committee of the area for which the paper is being submitted.
The purpose of the Special Sessions is to promote advanced discussions on the proposed topics. Special Sessions will last 3 hours in a single session. The session coordinators will select the papers to be presented. Papers submitted to Special Sessions will be evaluated by the organisers of the Special Sessions.
In this commemorative edition, the International Congress of ABRALIN will host Satellites Events. These events will function independently, each having its own organising committee. The Satellite Events will take place in the same space of the Congress, during the afternoon. Papers submitted to Satellite Events will be evaluated by the organizers of the Satellite Event.
Paper Format and Submission:
For paper submissions to Poster Sessions, Special Sessions and Satellite Events, consider the following information:
Only abstracts will be accepted. They must be sent using the registration platform.
Abstracts must contain a title and a minimum of three keywords.
Abstracts must contain a maximum of 4000 characters with space.
If you identify yourself in any way in the abstract, your submission will be rejected without being evaluated.
Abstracts that do not comply with the above guidelines will not be considered.
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