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Mon Jun 13 2011
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10th International Conference on General Linguistics
Message 1: 10th International Conference on General Linguistics
From: MªCarmen Horno Chéliz <mhornounizar.es>
Subject: 10th International Conference on General Linguistics
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Full Title: 10th International Conference on General Linguistics
Short Title: X-ICGL
Date: 18-Apr-2012 - 20-Apr-2012
Location: Zaragoza, Spain
Contact Person: José Francisco Val Álvaro
Meeting Email: < click here to access email >
Web Site: http://www.unizar.es/linguisticageneral/clg10
Linguistic Field(s): General Linguistics
Call Deadline: 10-Dec-2011
X-ICGL (10th International Conference on General Linguistics) will be held at University of Zaragoza (Spain) from 18 to 20 April 2012. The X-ICGL is the next edition of the former successful meetings held in Valencia (1994), Granada (1996), Salamanca (1998), Cádiz (2000), León (2002), Santiago de Compostela (2004), Barcelona (2006), The Autonomous University of Madrid (2008), and Valladolid (2010).
The 10th International Conference on General Linguistics has been conceived as an open forum for the exchange of information and research dealing with diverse components of language studied from different theoretical perspectives.
The conference will consist of several invited Plenary Lectures and Round Tables together with a number of Oral and Poster Communications previously selected by the Scientific Committee.
Call for Papers:
We kindly invite you to submit your abstracts before the deadline, 10th December 2011.
Oral presentations are allotted 20 minutes each followed by a 10-minute question period.
Participants are requested to design posters with the following dimension:
Maximum poster height: 120 cm
Maximum poster width: 90 cm
Each poster will be given a unique number which correspond to the poster panel.
As in previous editions of the Conference on General Linguistics, there is no official language for oral presentations. There will not be interpreting services.
Abstract Submission Instructions:
The oral/poster presentation will be included by the author in one of the following sections:
Language and Languages: Linguistic Theory and Grammatical Studies.
Typology and Comparative Linguistics.
Language and the Brain. Language and Cognition.
Language and Communication. Language and Society.
Language Technologies and Applied Linguistics.
Language and History: Historical Linguistics and Linguistic Historiography
Authors have to choose among the following sections where they wish their abstracts for oral/poster presentations to be included.
The sample abstract (template) can be found on our website. Once completed, the abstract must be saved as a .doc file to be submitted.
If you need additional assistance or have any questions, please contact the organizing committee.
Use the Abstract Submission System to submit your abstract. Authors will receive an automatic confirmation message once their abstracts have been correctly uploaded and the procedure finalised. Notification of acceptance/rejection will be sent by e-mail before 15th February 2012.
Deadline for abstract submission: 10th December 2011
All participants willing to participate with an oral presentation and/or poster at the conference must submit an abstract to be reviewed by the Scientific Committee. Abstracts must be submitted on line.
No abstracts will be included in the Academic Programme if the presenting author is not registered by 15th March 2012.
Please note that only ONE contribution is allowed for each registered person as single author, or alternatively, TWO contributions as co-author. Please note that the online abstract submission form will not be available after the deadline; therefore, no late submissions will be allowed.
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