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Thu Oct 14 2010
Calls: General Linguistics/Canada
Editor for this issue: Di Wdzenczny
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1. Thomas Magnuson ,
27th Northwest Linguistics Conference
Message 1: 27th Northwest Linguistics Conference
From: Thomas Magnuson <communicationsnwlc2011.com>
Subject: 27th Northwest Linguistics Conference
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Full Title: 27th Northwest Linguistics Conference
Short Title: NWLC 2011
Date: 19-Feb-2011 - 20-Feb-2011
Location: Victoria BC, Canada
Contact Person: Thomas Magnuson
Meeting Email: communicationsnwlc2011.com
Web Site: http://www.nwlc2011.com
Linguistic Field(s): General Linguistics
Call Deadline: 12-Dec-2010
The Northwest Linguistics Conference (NWLC) is an annual event
organized, on an alternating basis, by the linguistics graduate students of
four of the region's major universities: the University of Washington, the
University of British Columbia, Simon Fraser University, & the University of
Over the years, the NWLC has grown into a supportive forum for the
exchange of new ideas among both new and seasoned graduate students
as well as practicing academics. Abstracts for oral and poster presentations
are now being accepted in all areas of linguistic inquiry and related
Call For Papers
For nearly thirty years the Northwest Linguistics Conference (NWLC) has
been held, on an alternating basis, by linguistics graduate students at four
major universities in British Columbia and Washington State: the University
of Washington, the University of British Columbia, Simon Fraser University,
and the University of Victoria.
The upcoming 27th NWLC will take place at the University of Victoria on the
19th and 20th of February, 2011, with the aim of fostering the ongoing
exchange of ideas between students involved in all areas of linguistics.
Abstracts are now being accepted for both oral and poster presentations.
Oral presentations will be 20 minutes plus 10 minutes for questions, and the
poster presentation will be 1 hour. Presenters of both types will have the
opportunity to submit a short (6-page) proceedings paper of their research,
which will be published in Vol. 21 of the Working Papers of the Linguistics
Circle of the University of Victoria.
Abstracts should be submitted by email (with subject line: 'ABSTRACT') to
abstractsnwlc2011.com by Dec. 12, 2010. Abstracts should be maximum
300 words in length, excluding illustrations, references, and at least 3
keywords. Your name or affiliation should not appear in the body of your
abstract; instead, please include these in the body of your email along with
your paper title, and whether you have a preference for either an oral or
poster presentation, or both. For further details and other information,
please visit the conference website at www.nwlc2011.com.
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