LINGUIST List 33.314
Wed Jan 26 2022
Calls: Computational Linguistics, General Linguistics, Language Acquisition, Psycholinguistics, Sociolinguistics/USA
Editor for this issue: Matthew Fort <matthewlinguistlist.org>
Ana Ruiz Alonso Bartol <anaruiz
8th Annual Symposium on Language Research at UC Davis E-mail this message to a friend
Full Title: 8th Annual Symposium on Language Research at UC Davis
Date: 26-May-2022 - 27-May-2022
Location: Davis, CA, USA
Contact Person: Ana Ruiz Alonso Bartol
Meeting Email: < click here to access email >
Web Site: https://www.languagecluster.com/symposium
Linguistic Field(s): Computational Linguistics; General Linguistics; Language Acquisition; Psycholinguistics; Sociolinguistics
Subject Language(s): English
Call Deadline: 11-Mar-2022
The Cluster on Language Research at the University of California, Davis is pleased to announce the Eighth Annual Symposium on Language Research at UC Davis, which will take place on Friday, May 27th, 2021. As of now (January 2022), the event will take place in-person if the health situation allows it and will consist of a variety of student presentations, keynote speakers, awards, networking and social activities designed to foster community and connection among language researchers from many different backgrounds, institutions and countries. We welcome a wide array of linguistic topics across all disciplines related to the study of languages, as it is our goal to create an open and inclusive symposium which promotes dialogue between all types of language research. This year the Symposium will also include an optional Pre-Conference Workshop, focused on learner corpus research, on Thursday, May 26th.
Please don't hesitate to reach out to ucd.langsymposium
gmail.com if you have any questions regarding the application or the symposium.
For more details regarding the conference, abstracts, and awards, visit www.languagecluster.com
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Call for Papers:
Eligibility: All graduate and undergraduate students, lecturers, postdoctoral and visiting scholars currently investigating language in some capacity are encouraged to submit their research, preliminary or otherwise.
Only one abstract submission per person and day is allowed. If you would like to submit an abstract for both days, please submit a separate form for each day of the symposium. Each abstract is limited to 350 words and must be submitted in .pdf format. Only students (those who have not yet completed a PhD) may submit.
Submit at: https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSfXNILZhyQRib-St6U2M6e06huYsJZ1j6OFPp_RWaCijsQFzQ/viewform?usp=sf_link
For more information: https://www.languagecluster.com/Submit
Deadline: March 11, 2022
Please do not include any identifying information in your abstract or file name. Each individual talk (either symposium day) is limited to 15 minutes, plus an additional five minutes for questions. Each abstract submitted for the Symposium main event will be considered for the Most Innovative Research Award unless requested otherwise. To be considered for the award, you must currently be enrolled at a post-secondary institution and submit your abstract by March 11, 2022. This year, we will be presenting two awards, one to a graduate student presenter and one to an undergraduate student presenter. Students that have already completed a PhD will not be eligible for the Most Innovative Research award.
If you are submitting a panel presentation (symposium main event), please only fill out one application form. The form must include three presentations, and must provide a brief justification as to why they form a cohesive panel.
You may submit for the following two days of the symposium:
1. Symposium Main Event (Friday, May 27th): includes all language-related research
- individual talk
2. Learner Corpus Research Pre-Conference Workshop (Thursday, May 26th): focused on learner corpus research
- individual talk
Students (undergraduate and graduate) conducting any language-related research are also encouraged to join the Three-Minute Thesis Competition, a contest designed to encourage participants to explain the fundamental points of their work in a manner accessible to a general audience. The deadline to join is on March 11, 2022. This year the 3M Thesis will be done asynchronously via pre-recorded videos. Application form (including a short and engaging description of your talk in 200-300 words): https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSdpakqIeZwr2qxDBzbHQZaA6XD9htKqXWSggdUzKgl25eCylw/viewform?usp=sf_link
Page Updated: 26-Jan-2022