LINGUIST List 32.1734

Tue May 18 2021

Calls: Anthro Ling, Applied Ling, Gen Ling, Psycholing/Canada

Editor for this issue: Lauren Perkins <laurenlinguistlist.org>



Date: 17-May-2021
From: Richard Feddersen <lccgradualberta.ca>
Subject: First Annual Graduate Students in Language, Communication and Culture Conference 2021
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Full Title: First Annual Graduate Students in Language, Communication and Culture Conference 2021
Short Title: GSLCC 2021

Date: 11-Aug-2021 - 12-Aug-2021
Location: Edmonton, Canada
Contact Person: Richard Feddersen
Meeting Email: < click here to access email >
Web Site: https://langcultcom.arts.ualberta.ca/home/grad-conference

Linguistic Field(s): Anthropological Linguistics; Applied Linguistics; General Linguistics; Psycholinguistics

Call Deadline: 15-Jun-2021

Meeting Description:

The Graduate Student Network of the Language, Communication and Culture signature research area at the University of Alberta in Edmonton, Canada, is pleased to announce its first annual Graduate Students in Language, Communication and Culture Conference.

Our goal is to bring together graduate students from different linguistic and cultural backgrounds doing research with a focus on language, communication, and culture, and to facilitate interdisciplinary exchange.

There is no cost to register or attend.

In order to keep the conference accessible for graduate students, and to adapt to current pandemic practices, it will be hosted online via Zoom and Gather.Town.

Language Considerations:
As a Canadian university, we recognize that French and English are our institutional languages, and the importance of Indigenous languages spoken across Canada. Our international graduate student conference welcomes contributions on all languages and/or cultures. The working language of our conference and the language for all contributions is English. Yet, we strongly encourage the participation of speakers of languages other than English. Depending on the number and type of submissions we receive, we may offer the opportunity to present in other languages.

L'Université de l’Alberta étant implantée au Canada, nous reconnaissons le statut officiel du français et de l’anglais ainsi que l’importance de toutes les langues autochtones parlées au Canada. Notre conférence internationale d’étudiants en cycles supérieurs est ouverte à toutes présentations portant sur des langues / cultures du monde entier. La langue de travail de la conférence et celle des présentations est l’anglais. Cependant, il est entendu que la participation de locuteurs non natifs de l’anglais est fortement encouragée. En fonction du nombre et type de propositions que nous recevons, nous pourrions organiser des sessions dans d’autres langues.

Call for Papers:

We invite submissions for academic presentations, posters, or workshops that focus on language, communication, and culture in fields such as (but not limited to):
- Linguistics
- Language Education
- Society and Language
- Psychology of Language
- Business Communication
- Linguistic Anthropology
- Health Communication
- Communication Sciences
- Speech Language Pathology
- Language-Related Social Sciences
- Endangered Languages
- Indigenous Languages

The LCC Graduate Student Network welcomes graduate student applicants from all over the world working in these, or related, fields, and on any language(s) and/or culture(s).

Academic presentations:
- 250-word abstract plus references
- 150-word bio (for program and introduction)
- Optional: Time zone at time of conference
- Presentations will be 15 minutes in length, followed by a 5-minute discussion period.

Poster presentation:
- 250-word abstract plus references
- 150-word bio (for program)
- Optional: Time zone at time of conference
- Posters will be displayed on Gather.Town and need to be submitted upon acceptance.
- Works in progress may be presented as posters.

Workshops:
Workshops are short events led by graduate students who would like to share their relevant (e.g. methodological, technical, pedagogical) expertise with the audience. If you have questions about this format, please contact us.
- 250-word proposal plus references if needed
- 150-word bio which should communicate qualifications to facilitate the proposed workshop
- Optional: Time zone at time of conference
- Workshops will be 45 minutes in length.

See complete Call for Papers and submission form here: https://langcultcom.arts.ualberta.ca/home/grad-conference

Important Dates and Deadlines (MDT):
Conference: Wednesday, August 11 & Thursday, August 12, 2021
Submission Deadline: Thursday, June 15, 2021
Notification by: Thursday, June 30, 2021




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