Wednesday, April 11, 2018

Onomastics at the 40th International Conference of the Linguistic Society of India


40th International Conference of the Linguistic Society of India


The Central Institute of Indian Languages (CIIL) in collaboration with the Linguistic Society of India is pleased to announce the 40thInternational Conference of the Linguistic Society of India (ICOLSI-40). Abstracts are invited for paper presentations and panel discussions. Researchers in Linguistics, Language, Literature, Translation and other allied areas are encouraged to submit abstracts in less than 300 words. To ensure a fair opportunity to all, the conference permits only one submission (single authored or co-authored) per participant.

Call for abstracts

The 40th International Conference of the Linguistic Society of India (ICOLSI-40) will take place from 5-7 December 2018 at CIIL, Mysore, India.

Abstracts not exceeding 300 words are invited in all areas relevant to Theoretical and Applied Linguistics as well as allied disciplines. All submissions will go through the standard blind reviewing process. The authors of the selected abstracts would be asked to submit full papers. The submission of full papers is mandatory for registration and presentation at the conference. Click the link given below to submit an abstract:  easy chair                                         

The abstracts are invited in the following areas,
however, interested persons submit abstracts in other relevant areas too: 

PhoneticsSociolinguisticsStylistics & Discourse Analysis
PhonologyPsycholinguisticsComputational Linguistics & NLP
MorphologyBi-/MultilingualismTranslation & Culture Studies
SyntaxOnomastics and ToponymyLanguage Teaching & Testing
SemanticsAnthropological LinguisticsLanguage Deficit & Speech Therapy
PragmaticsHistorical LinguisticsLanguage Endangerment & Documentation
TypologyCognitive LinguisticsLanguage Acquisition & Development
LexicographyEducational LinguisticsLanguage Policy & Language Planning
SemioticsSign Language StudiesLanguage Contact & Language Change

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