LINGUIST List 32.2933
Wed Sep 15 2021
Calls: Anthro Ling, Morphology, Syntax/Mexico
Editor for this issue: Everett Green <everettlinguistlist.org>
Jesus Olguin Martinez <olguinmartinez
Language Change: Predication and Discourse Aspects E-mail this message to a friend
Full Title: Language Change: Predication and Discourse Aspects
Date: 18-Nov-2021 - 19-Nov-2021
Location: Hermosillo, Mexico
Contact Person: Zarina Estrada Fernández
Meeting Email: < click here to access email >
Linguistic Field(s): Anthropological Linguistics; Morphology; Syntax
Call Deadline: 30-Sep-2021
Workshop. Language change: Predication and discourse aspects
November 18-19 2021
Departamento de Letras y Lingüística
Universidad de Sonora
The annual workshop organized at the University of Sonora has focused on topics related to syntactic complexity: clause combining, voice mechanisms, grammaticalization processes, and language change, among others. The discussion of these topics has enabled us to broaden our typological knowledge of linguistic aspects concerned with predication and discourse. To explore these topics, a typological, functional, and diachronic vision has been adopted from which it has been possible to incubate, develop, and consolidate a space of theoretical-methodological concern in relation to the study of minority and typologically diverse languages.
Call for Papers:
The academic research group Estudios lingüístico-tipológicos y etno-culturales en lenguas indígenas y minoritarias invites abstracts for 20-minute oral presentations on any of the following topics:
A. Language change and predication
B. Discourse: rhetorical, cognitive-pragmatic and morphosyntactic mechanisms
Confirmed Invited Speakers:
Mily Crevels, Leiden University Center for Linguistics
Andrej A. Kibrik, Lomonosov Moscow State University
Søren Wichmann, Leiden University Center for Linguistics
Simon Overall, University of Otago
Claudine Chamoreau, CNRS-SEDYL
Alena Witzlack-Makarevich, Hebrew University of Jerusalem
Due to the health contingency that we are going through, the workshop will be held as a fully virtual event. Abstract must be sent to seminario.ca.uson81
gmail.com or zarinaef
Call Deadline: September 30 2021
Acceptance Notification: October 10 2021
Date: November 18-19 2021
Location: Departamento de Letras y Lingüística
Meeting Email: seminario.ca.uson81
gmail.com o zarinaef
We recommend considering the following aspects when writing your abstract:
- Specify the theoretical framework of your proposal.
- Specificy the level of analysis or functional domain of your proposal.
- Illustrate theoretical points of your proposal by means of examples.
- Indicate the theoretical contributions of your proposal.
The abstract must have a minimum length of 350 words and a maximum of 400 words. It must have a maximum of 5 references. The format of the abstract is as follows: the abstract must be set in Times New Roman with a 12pt font, single spaced having 2,5 cm (1 inch) margins. Please indicate title of the abstract, the name of the author(s), and affiliation of the author(s) in the abstract. The abstract must be written in a Word processor and must be accompanied by a pdf copy (especially to avoid ambiguities in the use of some special source).
Cuerpo Académico “Estudios lingüístico-tipológicos en lenguas indígenas y minoritarias” (CA-USON81)
Academia Lingüística Tipológica y Etnocultural (ALTE)
Red de Investigación y Cooperación Interinstitucional en Diversidad Lingüística (RICIDIL)
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