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Sun Jan 09 2011
Calls: General Ling, Lang Documentation, Ling Theories, Comp Ling/USA
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29th West Coast Conference on Formal Linguistics
Message 1: 29th West Coast Conference on Formal Linguistics
From: Heidi Harley <hharleyemail.arizona.edu>
Subject: 29th West Coast Conference on Formal Linguistics
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Full Title: 29th West Coast Conference on Formal Linguistics
Short Title: WCCFL 29
Date: 22-Apr-2011 - 24-Apr-2011
Location: Tucson, Arizona, USA
Contact Person: Heidi Harley
Meeting Email: < click here to access email >
Web Site: http://linguistics.arizona.edu/wccfl29/
Linguistic Field(s): Computational Linguistics; General Linguistics; Language Documentation; Linguistic Theories
Call Deadline: 15-Jan-2011
The Department of Linguistics at the University of Arizona presents:
The 29th West Coast Conference on Formal Linguistics
April 22 - 24, 2011
University of Arizona
We are pleased to invite you to WCCFL 29 at the University of Arizona in Tucson, Arizona on April 22-24, 2011. The organizing committee solicits abstracts from all areas of formal linguistics as well as papers oriented towards one of the conference's two major themes.
Endangered Languages: work (from any theoretical perspective) based on the documentation and analysis of any endangered language or language group, including American Indian languages.
Methodology and Modeling: theoretical approaches to modeling grammar using various methodologies, especially experimental, computational and those inspired by consideration of the biological foundations of language.
Call for Papers
Instructions for Abstract Submission
Abstracts for 20 minute talks as well as posters must contain at most750 words, including examples but not references, on up to two letter-sized sheets (8 1/2 by 11 in) with one-inch margins and in a font no smaller than 11 point. At the top of the abstract, please include (1) the abstract title and (2) three or four keywords describing the topics of the paper. Please include word count at the bottom of the abstract text. Abstracts are anonymous, so all authors' names must be absent from the abstract.
Submissions are limited to 1 individual and 1 joint abstract per author, or 2 joint abstracts per author.
If you are using MS Word, you may use this Word template file to prepare your abstract:
If you are using other word-processing software, please have a look at the .pdf of the template and follow the style of the template as closely as possible:
The submitted abstract is required to be in PDF format.
Deadline for Abstracts: January 15, 2011.
Notification: before the end of February, 2011.
The WCCFL Communications Committee: Heidi Harley, Chenchun E, Amy
Fountain, and Alex Trueman.
Conference e-mail address: wccfl2011gmail.com
Conference website: http://linguistics.arizona.edu/wccfl29/
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