LINGUIST List 24.590|
Fri Feb 01 2013
Calls: General Linguistics/Spain
Editor for this issue: Alison Zaharee
From: Sarah Henter <s.henterweb.de>
Subject: XXVIII International Conference of the Young Linguists Association
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Full Title: XXVIII International Conference of the Young Linguists Association
Date: 16-Oct-2013 - 18-Oct-2013
Location: Pamplona, Spain
Contact Person: Felipe Jiménez Berrio
Meeting Email: < click here to access email >
Web Site: http://asociacionjoveneslinguistas.com/xxviii-congress-in-navarra-2012
Linguistic Field(s): General Linguistics
Call Deadline: 15-Apr-2013
The Young Linguists Association (YLA), created in Barcelona in 1992, is made up of university students, intern researchers, assistants, PhD students and language researchers who have not completed their PhD yet. The association celebrates its anual meeting in which the members present and share their research areas and work conclusions. After having been succesfully held in previous editions, the University of Navarra will have the honor to be the venue of the XXVIII International Conference of the Young Linguists Association, for the first time in its history, in October 2013 (16-18).
The registration fees for the XXVIII Internacional YLA Conference are:
Speaker: 60 euros
Attendees: 35 euros
University of Navarra’s students: 30 euros
When sharing a paper the speakers will pay 30 euros each provided that they present another paper, individual or also shared.
The amount also covers the member fee of the YLA until the celebration of the next Conference.
Call for Papers:
Those interested in taking part in the Conference should complete the proposal paper form, available on our website, by April 15, 2013. No proposal will be accepted if its author holds a PhD by April 15, 2013.
The acceptance of the papers will be notified during May and the speakers will be informed of the registration procedure.
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