LINGUIST List 21.4651|
Fri Nov 19 2010
Calls: Indonesian, Anthropological Ling, General Ling/USA
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1. Emily Gasser ,
6th Biannual Northeast Conference on Indonesian Studies
Message 1: 6th Biannual Northeast Conference on Indonesian Studies
From: Emily Gasser <emily.gasseryale.edu>
Subject: 6th Biannual Northeast Conference on Indonesian Studies
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Full Title: 6th Biannual Northeast Conference on Indonesian Studies
Date: 19-Feb-2011 - 19-Feb-2011
Location: New Haven, CT, USA
Contact Person: Emily Gasser
Meeting Email: < click here to access email >
Web Site: http://www.yale.edu/seas/YIF-CIA_2011.htm
Linguistic Field(s): Anthropological Linguistics; General Linguistics
Subject Language(s): Indonesian
Call Deadline: 05-Jan-2011
This February, the Sixth Northeast Conference will take place at Yale University. At the conference, students, scholars and Indonesianists will convene to discuss their current scholarly work in a wide variety of academic disciplines, including linguistics, and to explore more generally issues relating to the study of Indonesia.
The biannual conference is hosted by the CIA (Cornell Indonesia Association) and the YIF (Yale Indonesia Forum).
Call for Papers:
The Yale Indonesia Forum (YIF) and Cornell University Indonesian Association (CIA) invite submissions for the 6th Biannual Northeast Conference on Indonesian Studies. This event will be held at Luce Hall at Yale University in New Haven, CT on Saturday, February 19th, 2011. We welcome submissions from scholars from any field engaged in original research related to Indonesia. Students, post-docs, and faculty are all welcome to apply. Presentations in linguistics may relate to Indonesian or any other language of Indonesia.
Presentations will fall into two categories: talks, which will be given in English, and posters, which may be in English or Bahasa Indonesia. Talks should be no more than 20 minutes long and will be followed by additional time for questions. Abstracts not admitted for talks may be invited to participate in the poster session.
Abstracts should be limited to two pages in length, including examples and references, with 1'' margins, and a minimum of 11 point font. All abstracts must be submitted in English.
Submission Deadline: January 5th, 2011
Notification of Acceptance: Late January 2011
Commitment to Present: February 1, 2011
Anonymous abstracts should be submitted as PDF or Word attachments in an e-mail to YIFconferencegmail.com. Please use the subject line ''ABSTRACT'' in your e-mail, and include the following information in the body of the message:
- Author's Name(s)
- Academic affiliation
- Title of the abstract
- Field of study of the abstract (linguistics, anthropology, history, etc.)
- Type of presentation (talk or poster)
If there is any reason that you are unable to submit your paper in the above format, or if you have any questions, please contact the coordinators (Emily Gasser, Zhipeng Huang, and Weixin Ng) at YIFconferencegmail.com
Anyone interested in serving as a reviewer should send an email to the coordinators with the subject line ''REVIEWER.'' Please provide your name, academic affiliation, position or year of study, and area of expertise. Depending on volume of response, those who submit an abstract may also serve as reviewers.
Sponsored by the Council on Southeast Asia Studies, Yale University
Hosted and organized by the Yale Indonesia Forum (YIF) with Cornell University Indonesian Association (CIA).
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