Jun
1
Mon
133. Jahresversammlung des Vereins für niederdeutsche Sprachforschung: Niederdeutsch und Niederländisch im Kontakt (Vnds 133) Tickets
Jun 1 – Jun 4 all-day

Date: 01-Jun-2020 – 04-Jun-2020
Location: Münster, Westfalen, Germany
Contact Person: Michael Elmentaler

Linguistic Field(s): Historical Linguistics; Lexicography; Ling & Literature; Sociolinguistics; Translation

Subject Language(s): Dutch; Dutch, Middle; German, Middle Low; Saxon, Low

Language Family(ies): Germanic

Call Deadline: 15-Oct-2019

133. Jahresversammlung des Vereins für niederdeutsche Sprachforschung,
Münster, 1.–4. Juni 2020: Niederdeutsch und Niederländisch im Kontakt

Call for Papers:

Niederdeutsch und Niederländisch im Kontakt

Die 133. Jahresversammlung des Vereins für niederdeutsche Sprachforschung nimmt die vielfältigen, jahrhundertelangen Kontakte zwischen dem Niederdeutschen und dem Niederländischen unter einem methodisch vielfältigen Zugriff in den Blick, der sowohl kontaktlinguistische, sprach- und literaturhistorische als auch literatur- und kulturwissenschaftliche Themen einbezieht. Das Hauptaugenmerk gilt dabei neuen Erkenntnissen zu der Frage, ob die verschiedenen Kontakte eher asymmetrisch oder vielleicht doch symmetrisch waren oder sind.

Unter sprachhistorischer Perspektive wären hier z. B. der Einfluss flämischer Siedler auf die Entwicklung ostniederdeutscher Mundarten, die niederdeutsch-niederländische Sprachkontaktsituation im hansischen Brügge oder die Rolle des Niederländischen als Kirchensprache in einigen westniederdeutschen Regionen in Betracht zu ziehen. Ein weiteres Themenfeld ist die Herausbildung einer deutsch-niederländischen Sprachgrenze im Zuge der Bildung der Nationalstaaten und die damit verbundene Unterbrechung des traditionellen Dialektkontinuums.

Seit dem Mittelalter hat ein bedeutender Kulturtransfer vom niederländischen in den niederdeutschen Sprachraum stattgefunden. In diesem Zusammenhang wäre den Bezügen zwischen mittelniederländischer und mittelniederdeutscher Literatur näher nachzugehen, etwa im Bereich der höfischen Dichtungstraditionen oder im Kontext der Devotio Moderna. Willkommen sind aber auch Beiträge zu den Beziehungen zwischen der niederdeutschen und niederländischen (Dialekt-)Literatur der Gegenwart.

Vortragsvorschläge sind bis zum 15. 10. 2019 willkommen. Bitte senden Sie einen Vortragstitel und ein Abstract im Umfang von maximal 500 Wörtern an den Vorsitzenden des Vereins für niederdeutsche Sprachforschung Prof. Dr. Michael Elmentaler (elmentaler@germsem.uni-kiel.de). Bis zum Jahresende wird eine Mitteilung darüber erfolgen, ob der Vortragsvorschlag in das Tagungsprogramm aufgenommen werden konnte. Wir sehen Ihren Einsendungen mit Interesse entgegen!

12th International Seminar on Speech Production (ISSP) Tickets
Jun 1 – Jun 4 all-day

Following on a series of successful, productive, and highly enjoyable meetings, we are pleased to announce that the 12th International Seminar on Speech Production (ISSP 2020) will be held in Providence, Rhode Island, USA, from June 1st – 4th, 2020.  This conference series was launched in 1988 in Grenoble with the aim of providing an interdisciplinary forum for researchers working on all aspects of speech production, with subsequent iterations in Leeds (1990), Old Saybrook (1993), Autrans (1996), Kloster Seeon (2000), Sydney (2003), Ubatuba (2006), Strasbourg (2008), Montreal (2011), Cologne (2014), and Tianjin (2017).  Providence is a lively and friendly city with easy transportation options available, located 40 minutes by train from Boston and 2.5 hours from NYC.  We hope you will plan to attend this latest iteration of the ISSP!

Invited Speakers:

  • Kristofer Bouchard (UCSF) – ECoG and speech neuroscience
  • Suzanne Boyce  (U. Cincinnati) – disordered speech
  • Carol Espy-Wilson (U. Maryland) – speech technology
  • Cécile Fougeron (U. Paris 3) – speech in aging populations
  • Lisa Goffman  (U. Texas) – development of speech production
  • Gabriel Mindlin (U. de Buenos Aires) – speech modeling
  • Jennifer Pardo (Montclair State U.) – speech accommodation
  • Brad Sutton (U. of Illinois) – rtMRI and speech visualization methods

Additional topics include but are not limited to Coarticulation, Prosody, Articulatory Synthesis, Acoustic-to-Articulatory Inversion, Speech Motor Control, Biomechanical Modeling, Instrumental Techniques, Co-speech Gesturing, and Perturbation-induced Plasticity.

The deadline for the (two page) abstract submission is December 31st, 2019.  Further details will follow soon, via this mailing list and the conference website (ISSP2020.yale.edu).

Of special interest to students:  We have received a grant from the U.S. National Science Foundation to support student participation in the ISSP.  Support is limited to students enrolled at U.S. institutions, but the student does not need to be a U.S. citizen.  Support will cover registration, hotel, meals and travel.  If the student has a disability that requires a traveling companion, travel, hotel and meals for that companion can be provided as well.  Successful applicants must be first author on an accepted abstract.

Jun
15
Mon
International Conference of Nordic and General Linguistics (NGL) Tickets
Jun 15 – Jun 17 all-day

Date: 15-Jun-2020 – 17-Jun-2020
Location: Oslo, Norway
Contact Person: Janne Bondi Johannessen

Linguistic Field(s): General Linguistics

Subject Language(s): Danish; Danish Sign Language; Elfdalian; Faroese; Finnish; Finnish Sign Language; Icelandic; Icelandic Sign Language; Kalaallisut; Norwegian Bokmål; Norwegian Nynorsk; Norwegian Sign Language; Sami, Kemi; Swedish; Swedish Sign Language

The International Conference on Nordic and General Linguistics (NGL) conference series (previously also known as ICNGL) provides an open forum for linguistic research in order to facilitate the exchange of ideas on Nordic (including Germanic, Finnic, Saamic and Greenlandic) and other languages. Its main goals are to create and strengthen connections between researchers working on different languages, with different methodological and theoretical approaches.

Local committee (University of Oslo): Janne Bondi Johannessen, Hans-Olav Enger, Patrick Grosz, Kristin Hagen, Anu Laanemets, Ida Larsson, David Natvig

Extended committee: Derib Ado (Addis Ababa University), Kasper Boye (University of Copenhagen), Ellen Brandner (University of Stuttgart), Daniel Harbour (Queen Mary, University of London), Caroline Heycock (University of Edinburgh), Martin Hilpert (University of Neuchâtel), Muriel Norde (Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin), Tomas Riad (University of Stockholm)

Call for Papers:

Call for workshops, deadline November 10, 2019
Call for main session papers, deadline December 30, 2019

For more information and submission guidelines, visit:
https://www.hf.uio.no/multiling/english/news-and-events/events/conferences/2020/international-conference-of-nordic-and-general-lin/important-dates/index.html

Jun
17
Wed
Third Cultural Linguistics International Conference (CLIC 2020) Tickets
Jun 17 – Jun 19 all-day

Date: 17-Jun-2020 – 19-Jun-2020

Location: Budapest, Hungary

Contact Person: Judit Baranyiné Kóczy

 

Linguistic Field(s): Anthropological Linguistics; Applied Linguistics; Cognitive Science; General Linguistics; Sociolinguistics

 

Call Deadline: 15-Nov-2019

 

Aims and scope: Cultural Linguistics is an emerging field that focuses on the interrelation between language and cultural conceptualisations. Over the last decade or so, Cultural Linguistics has witnessed tremendous growth and development in terms of theory, methodology, and application. The Cultural Linguistic framework has been applied to a range of different phenomena within and beyond language, culture, and cognition, integrating the theory and methodological tools of various disciplines, such as cognitive psychology, Complexity Science, Distributed Cognition, and anthropology.

 

Current research in Cultural Linguistics shows that its analytical framework can offer fruitful inquiries into research areas such as pragmatics, emotions, religion, political discourse, World Englishes, intercultural communication, and Teaching English as an International Language (TEIL). Within these domains, cultural conceptualisations manifest in the forms of cultural schemata, cultural metaphors and cultural categories.

 

Keynote speakers:

Professor Zoltán Kövecses | ELTE University, Hungary

Professor Barbara Lewandowska-Tomaszczyk | State University of Applied Sciences in Konin, Poland

Professor Helen Meng | Chinese University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong

Professor Farzad Sharifian | Monash University, Australia

Professor Csaba Pléh | Central European University, Hungary

Professor Hans-Georg Wolf | University of Potsdam, Germany

 

Committees:

Honorary Chair: Professor Farzad Sharifian | Monash University, Australia

Chair: Dr Judit Baranyiné Kóczy | University of Győr, Hungary

 

International Scientific Board:

Professor Lívia Ablonczy-Mihályka | University of Győr

Professor Angeliki Athanasiadou | Aristotle University of Thessaloniki

Dr Ad Foolen | Radboud University Nijmegen

Professor Jean-Marc Dewaele | University of London

Professor Roslyn M. Frank | University of Iowa

Professor László Imre Komlósi | University of Győr

Professor Zoltán Kövecses | Eötvös Loránd University

Professor Ian Malcolm | Edith Cowan University

Professor Andreas Mulsoff | University of East Anglia

Professor Martin Pütz | Koblenz University

Dr Frank Polzenhagen | Heidelberg University

Professor Farzad Sharifian | Monash University

Professor Ning Yu | Pennsylvania State University

 

Final Call for Papers:

The conference welcomes presentations based on studies conducted from a Cultural Linguistic perspective, involving research into the nature of underlying cultural conceptualisations in language, the role of cultural conceptualisations in intercultural pragmatics, language development and language teaching. CLIC-2020 hopes to provide an interesting platform for researchers and academics interested in the proposed topics, detailed below:

 

Highlighted topics:

– Language and cultural categorisation

– Metaphors across cultures

– Cultural conceptualisations and embodied language

– Language and cultural conceptualisations of emotion / religion / kinship / naming / animals etc.

– Intercultural re-conceptualisation

– Cultural conceptualisations in sign languages

– Cultural conceptualisations and syntax

– Cultural conceptualisations and pragmatics

– Cultural Linguistics and (im)politeness

– Cultural Linguistics and intercultural communication

– Cultural Linguistics and political discourse analysis

– Cultural Linguistics and World Englishes

– Cultural Linguistics and corpus linguistics

– Research methods in Cultural Linguistics

– Cultural Linguistics and learning/teaching additional languages

– Cultural Linguistics and Teaching English as an International Language (TEIL)

– Cultural Linguistics and translation/interpreting

– Diachronic Cultural Linguistics

 

Abstracts no longer than 400 words should be submitted through the EasyChair electronic submission system on the website, using the template available also on the website.

Abstract submission date: 15 November, 2019

Corpora & Discourse International Conference 2020 Tickets
Jun 17 – Jun 19 all-day

Date: 17-Jun-2020 – 19-Jun-2020
Location: Brighton, United Kingdom
Contact Person: Charlotte Taylor

Linguistic Field(s): Applied Linguistics; Discourse Analysis; Pragmatics; Sociolinguistics; Text/Corpus Linguistics

Call Deadline: 25-Jan-2020

The Corpora and Discourse International Conference series is a biennial event which brings together researchers employing corpus linguistics to examine language above the level of the clause in a broad range of sub-disciplines. Following highly successful events at Lancaster University (2018), University of Siena (2016), and University of Bologna (2012), the 2020 conference will be hosted in Brighton (UK) by the University of Sussex.

We invite proposals which combine corpus linguistics and discourse analysis in all forms and under all names. This might include work that self-describes as: corpus-assisted discourse studies, corpus-based (critical) discourse studies, corpus-based sociolinguistics, corpus-driven discourse studies, corpus pragmatics, corpus stylistics, or corpus & discourse work that does not go under any particular label. Our aim is to bring together all researchers who are interested in how discourse/s are structured, patterned or received and who use corpus linguistics in their work.

Topics of interest may include, but are not limited to:

– discourse organisation
– language ideology
– language policy
– analyses of socially important issues
– discourse/s and identity
– discourse/s in translation studies
– stylistic analyses of discourse
– discourse/s in literary texts
– discourse/s in language learning
– discourse/s in language teaching
– discourse/s in languages for specialised purposes
– organisational discourse/s
– investigations of non-literal language in discourse (e.g. metaphor, metonymy, irony)
– comparative studies of different discourse/s and discourse types
– comparative studies of discourse/s over different periods of time
– investigations of cultural and cross-cultural topics

We also welcome papers which include reflective considerations on theoretico-methodological issues. These might include discussion of questions such as:

– How is the combination of corpus and discourse analysis developing?
– What is the future of corpus and discourse analysis?
– What counts as best practice and are there any practices best avoided?
– How can we increase our awareness and reflexivity as researchers in this field?
– What forms can triangulation in corpus and discourse take?
– What future directions should we be aware of / consider?
– How might recent developments in (critical) discourse studies impact the combination?
– What new software may be of particular relevance to the area?
– What challenges do particular forms of corpus and discourse face? (e.g. analysis of social media, responsive analysis of fast-moving topics, analysis of historical discourse/s etc.)
– What can a corpus and discourse approach do with big data that was not collected/designed for corpus work?

Proposals for workshops show-casing and providing hands-on experience with new software or methods are also encouraged.

We invite contributors to submit abstracts (up to 300 words) by 25 January 2020 to corporadiscourse@gmail.com

All proposals will be peer-reviewed by the conference scientific committee.

Jun
22
Mon
5th Corpus Linguistics Summer School Tickets
Jun 22 – Jun 26 all-day

Dates: 22-Jun-2020 – 26-Jun-2020
Location: Birmingham, United Kingdom

Focus: The summer school is open to undergraduate, postgraduate, and doctoral students, as well as researchers who want to improve their skills to apply corpus methods in their own research.

Minimum Education Level: No Minimum

We are pleased to announce that the 5th Corpus Linguistics Summer School will take place at the University of Birmingham, UK, on 22-26 June, 2020.
https://www.birmingham.ac.uk/schools/edacs/departments/englishlanguage/events/2020/summer-school-2020.aspx

Attendance is open to all on a first-come-first-served basis upon completion of the registration process (including payment) through the university’s online shop linked from the above website.

Registration fee: £165 for students and £210 for non-students

Speakers:

This year, our participants will have the pleasure to hear contributions by Bethany Gray (Iowa State University), and members of our local staff of corpus linguistics, including Matteo Fuoli, Jason Grafmiller, Jack Grieve, Susan Hunston, Michaela Mahlberg, Petar Milin, Akira Murakami, Adam Schembri, Paul Thompson, and Viola Wiegand, among others. Dagmar Divjak will be delivering the annual Sinclair Lecture during the Summer School.

Programme:

Our Corpus Linguistics Summer School aims to equip participants with critical expertise in both theory and practice of corpus-based linguistic research. Over the course of five days, participants will be actively involved in two kinds of sessions. First, hands-on sessions will put the emphasis on the learning of practical skills for the purpose of extracting, annotating, and analysing corpus data of various kinds, and the application of this knowledge to specific research projects. Second, participants will also learn about current corpus-based research.

Topics of sessions will include (non-exhaustively):

– Corpus tools and specialized software
– Annotation and processing of corpus data
– Statistics in corpus linguistics
– Data exploration
– Social media and Big Data
– Pattern Grammar and applied corpus linguistics
– Digital humanities and the study of literature
– Sign language corpora

Linguistic Field(s): Text/Corpus Linguistics

Tuition Explanation: £165 for students and £210 for non-students

Registration: 17-Feb-2020 to 21-Jun-2020
Contact Person: Akira Murakami
Email: clsummerschool@contacts.bham.ac.uk

Registration Instructions:
For more information and registration, please visit the website below: https://www.birmingham.ac.uk/schools/edacs/departments/englishlanguage/events/2020/summer-school-2020.aspx

Jun
25
Thu
Multidisciplinary Approaches to Political Discourse (MAPD 2020) Tickets
Jun 25 – Jun 26 all-day

Date: 25-Jun-2020 – 26-Jun-2020
Location: Liverpool, United Kingdom
Contact Person: Dr. Franco Zappettini

Linguistic Field(s): Discourse Analysis

Call Deadline: 15-Dec-2019

Following on from previous “Political Discourse – Multidisciplinary Approaches” conferences in London (2016) and Edinburgh (2018), we are pleased to announce MAPD 2020 (Multidisciplinary Approaches to Political Discourse) will take place in the Department of Communication and Media at the University of Liverpool on 25-26 June 2020.

The global political arena is changing at an unprecedented pace. We see the resurgence of authoritarianism, nativism/nationalism, sovereignism, populism and far-right movements driving major changes across societies against the backdrop of increasing global inequalities, left/right fragmentation, migration. In addition, we witness power plays between well-established and emerging global players resulting in re-militarization and ‘trade wars’. Obvious manifestations of these turbulent times include phenomena such as Brexit; the rise of political actors like Trump, Putin, Bolsonaro, Erdogan, Salvini and discursive articulations around hate speech, incivility, Islamophobia and Euroscepticism.

At the same time, we see an increase in the mediatisation and (re)articulation of political discourses (both top-down and bottom-up) through the use of technology and digital platforms. Along with traditional broadcasting and reporting of politicians’ speeches, party political broadcasts, campaign advertisements and government statements, we increasingly experience the political daily in new popular media forms such as Facebook feeds, promotional videos, tweets and online mash ups. These transformations require us to think critically about issues of saturation, manipulation, relations of power, political correctness, interference, influence, counter-discourses, subversion, information bubbles and fake news, to name a few.

The theme for this year’s conference reflects our aim to bring together scholars from a variety of discursive and political approaches to critically examine the challenges we face in such a volatile landscape and the theoretical and analytical responses we can provide. We encourage contributions which explore any aspect of the conference theme of “responding to new challenges”. These may include (but are not limited to):

– The role of social media and/or popular culture in the production, distribution and consumption of political discourses
– New theoretical and analytical challenges to the analysis of legitimation processes in discourse
– The (dis)advantages of present approaches to political discourse (e.g. cognitive, historical, corpus-driven, interpretive policy analysis, cultural political economy, argumentation-based approaches, etc.)
– Mediatization of discourses of authoritarianism, nativism/nationalism, sovereignism, populism and far-right movements
– The politics of the environment, the body, etc.
– (Multimodal) counter-discourses; including the use of social media platforms and new formats such as memes as sites and means of protest, resistance and subversion of hegemonic discourse
– Metadiscourse about the state of public/political discourse and issues surrounding access/voice
– Theoretical challenges: How to address issues of saturation, manipulation, relations of power, interference, influence, information bubbles, fake news, and incivility of political discourse
– Case studies of new social/ political phenomena, top-down/bottom-up political actors and their discursive articulations

Keynote speakers:

Prof Kay O’Halloran (University of Liverpool)
Prof Michał Krzyżanowski (Örebro University, Sweden)

2nd Call for Papers:

Abstracts submissions are invited for the next MAPD 2020 (Multidisciplinary Approaches to Political Discourse) #3: Responding to new challenges, 25-26 June 2020, University of Liverpool

– The conference language is English.
– We encourage single papers and theme specific panels
– Papers will be allocated 20 minutes with 10 minutes for questions and discussion
– Abstracts of 250-300 words (excluding bibliography) of single papers should be sent by email as a Word document attachment to MAPD2020@liverpool.ac.uk
– Please include name, affiliation, email address and paper title in the body of the email.
– Abstracts of panels (500 word maximum) must be submitted by the panel organiser(s) and should include a maximum of six contributions. Each panel paper must follow the criteria of the single papers outlined above.
– Abstracts will be subject to review by an international scientific committee.

Deadlines:

– 15 December 2019: Deadline for submission of panel proposals and individual abstracts
– 31 January 2020: Notification of panels/papers acceptance. Please note that if a panel is not accepted panel papers will be considered individually

Queries about the conference and abstracts should be sent to the conference organisers, Franco Zappettini and Lyndon Way at MAPD2020@liverpool.ac.uk.
Conference Fees (including lunches and refreshments, but excluding conference dinner):
Full fee: £ 200 – early bird (before 15 April 2020): £ 160
Post graduates: £ 100 – early bird (before 15 April 2020): £80
Single day fee: £ 150 – Post graduate Single Day fee: £60
Conference Dinner: £ 40 (to be booked separately)
There will be reasonably priced accommodation available on campus

Contact:

– Twitter: MAPD2020
– Email: MAPD2020@liverpool.ac.uk
– Website: https://www.liverpool.ac.uk/communication-and-media/events/mapd-2020/

Jun
26
Fri
21st Roundtable for the Semiotics of Law (IRLS) and 15th Conference on Legal Translation and Interpreting and Comparative Legilinguistics Tickets
Jun 26 – Jun 28 all-day

Dates of the Event:         June 26-28, 2020

City, Country of the Event: Poznan, Poland

 

CALL DEADLINE: February 28, 2020 

 

The Institute of Applied Linguistics (Faculty of Modern Languages and Literature at Adam Mickiewicz University) together with Roundtable for the Semiotics of Law, will hold an international conference devoted to language and the law. Our aim is to provide a forum for discussion in those scientific fields where linguistic and legal interests converge, and to facilitate integration between linguists, computer scientists and lawyers from all around the world.  The conference will be held over 3 days, from 26th to 28th June (Friday-Sunday) 2020 in Poznan, Poland.  The main topic of the Conference will be Genocide and Law; Legal Translation and Interpreting; Legal Languages and Legal Discourse; and Laws on Languages.

Jun
29
Mon
13th International Conference on (Im)politeness (SymPol 13) Tickets
Jun 29 – Jul 1 all-day

Date: 29-Jun-2020 – 01-Jul-2020
Location: Łódź, Poland
Contact Person: Marta Dynel

Linguistic Field(s): Applied Linguistics; Discourse Analysis; General Linguistics; Pragmatics; Sociolinguistics

Call Deadline: 01-Feb-2020

Organised under the aegis of the Linguistic Politeness Research Group, SYMPOL 13, that is the 13th International Conference on (Im)politeness, is held at the University of Łódź (http://anglistyka.uni.lodz.pl/home?), Poland between June 29 and July 1, 2020. The special theme is (IM)POLITENESS AND NORMS ONLINE.

The aim of the conference is to bring together scholars from a wide range of disciplines interested in practices and notions amenable to (im)politeness considerations.

All details can be found here: http://sympol2020.pl/

Call for Papers:

We invite papers examining various problems and practices intrinsic to online communication (e.g. cyberbullying, trolling, flaming, shaming, hate speech or, on the other hand, affiliation and solidarity-building among members of online communities of practice). Online communities, especially on social media, often negotiate communicative norms that differ markedly from those holding for other interactional contexts. The various practices and norms merit academic attention within the field of new media research, which addresses verbal and/or multimodal discourse.

Apart from this special theme, the conference addresses all manner of other theoretical and empirical issues examined by (im)politeness scholars across disciplines. We thus welcome papers devoted to (im)politeness, as well as facework, relational work, ethics and morality across disciplines: sociolinguistics, corpus linguistics, subfields of pragmatics (intercultural, cognitive, philosophical), (critical) discourse analysis, gender studies, narrative studies, translation studies, stylistics and literary studies.

We invite submissions for paper presentations. All submissions should be in English. Anonymised abstracts of 250-350 words, together with paper titles, should be sent via email as Word attachments at sympol13in2020@gmail.com by 1 February 2020.

The following information should be provided in the body of the email:

– academic title
– name
– surname
– affiliation
– email address

Abstracts will be subject to review by an international scientific committee. Acceptance/rejection decisions will be communicated via email by 15 February 2019.

Each paper will be allocated 20 minutes for presentation, with 10 minutes for questions.

European Conference of Conversation Analysis (ECCA) Tickets
Jun 29 – Jun 30 all-day

Date: 29-Jun-2020 – 30-Jun-2020
Location: Nijmegen, Netherlands
Contact Person: Lotte van Burgsteden

Linguistic Field(s): Discourse Analysis; Pragmatics

Call Deadline: 02-Feb-2020

The first European Conference of Conversation Analysis, jointly organised by the universities of Nijmegen, Groningen, Utrecht, Amsterdam and the Erasmus Medical Centre, will be held on June 29-30, 2020 at Radboud University in Nijmegen, The Netherlands.

This new and informal conference will be a place for early- and mid-career researchers to discuss work-in-progress in an interactive and small-scale environment. You are welcome to submit any work-in-progress concerning social interaction from a conversation-analytic and/or interactional linguistic perspective. To stimulate and maintain engaging discussions, we strive for a limited number of participants (maximum of 70).

Keynote speakers:

Melisa Stevanovic (University of Helsinki)
Saul Albert (Loughborough University)

Call for Papers:

We invite contributions in three formats: original oral papers, data sessions and poster presentations.

Original papers

Papers present original work-in-progress (10-15 minutes), followed by discussion (15 -20 minutes). Goal of the presentations is to further work-in-progress (in analysis and/or towards publication).

Data sessions:

Data sessions present data collections with a clear focus on a particular phenomenon and research question, (1 hour).

Poster presentations:

Poster presentations are plenary and allow participants to present their work in short presentations based on the discussion/analysis of a single data excerpt (5 minutes), followed by an opportunity to interact with the presenters individually on the basis of the full poster (30 minutes).

Submission:

Please describe your contribution in 300-500 words and indicate whether it is intended as a paper, data session or poster.

Contributions in PDF format are to be submitted by email via europeanconferenceca2020@gmail.com.

Deadline for submission of abstracts is February 2, 2020 (notification of acceptance: March 1).