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Sat May 07 2011
Calls: General Linguistics/Hungary
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1. Balazs Suranyi ,
Central European Conference in Linguistics for Students
Message 1: Central European Conference in Linguistics for Students
From: Balazs Suranyi <balazs.suranyigmail.com>
Subject: Central European Conference in Linguistics for Students
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Full Title: Central European Conference in Linguistics for Students
Short Title: CECIL'S
Date: 30-Aug-2011 - 31-Aug-2011
Location: Piliscsaba, Hungary
Contact Person: Balazs Suranyi
Meeting Email: < click here to access email >
Web Site: http://cecils.btk.ppke.hu/
Linguistic Field(s): General Linguistics
Call Deadline: 15-Jun-2011
We are proud to announce the first Central European Conference in Linguistics for postgraduate Students (CECIL’S), to be held on 30-31 August 2011 at Peter Pazmany Catholic University (PPCU), Hungary.
The two-day conference aims to bring together linguistics graduate students from a wide range of research areas, providing an interdisciplinary forum for students to present and discuss their work in an intellectually stimulating and informal setting.
The event will take place at the picturesque campus of PPCU just outside Budapest, and is hosted by the Department of Theoretical Linguistics of PPCU.
Invited Speakers (confirmed):
Prof Caroline Féry
Prof Katalin É. Kiss
Selected papers from the conference will be published in a peer-reviewed online publication.
We are pleased to be able to offer a number of travel bursaries worth up to EUR 250 each to student presenters coming from the Eastern Central European countries. (The conditions for application will be made available on the conference website.)
Peter Pazmany Catholic University, Hungary
Comenius University in Bratislava, Slovakia
Palacky University in Olomouc, Czech Republic
The John Paul II Catholic University of Lublin, Poland
The event is supported by the Visegrad Foundation.
Call for Papers:
We invite PhD and MA students to submit anonymous abstracts for 35-minute (25'+10') talks and for poster presentations in any field of modern linguistics, especially on topics in syntax, morphology, phonology (including prosody), formal semantics and pragmatics (including information structure), language acquisition, psycholinguistics, and sociolinguistics, as well as on their interfaces and interactions. Both theoretical and experimental papers are solicited, and synchronic and diachronic approaches are equally welcome.
Basic Abstract Submission Guidelines:
- The text of the abstract should be maximally one page long with one-inch margins on all sides, with the title of the abstract appearing at the top. The works cited should be listed on a second page, which may also include figures or tables.
- The abstract should be typed in some standard font (preferably Times New Roman), sized no smaller than 12 pts.
- Abstracts should be anonymous. References to one's own work should be made in the third person.
- Abstracts should be uploaded by the deadline in pdf format at EasyAbs. Properties of the pdf file should be anonymized too.
- One person is entitled to submit at most one individually authored or co-authored abstract, and may be the co-author of one other abstract.
Detailed abstract submission guidelines are to be made available at http://cecils.btk.ppke.hu/
Deadline for abstracts: 15 June 2011
Notification of acceptance/rejection: 30 June 2011
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