Dear GSFL Members,
In an effort to strengthen the bond between all members, I am starting a GSFL Regulars’ Table. Once
a month, we can all meet virtually in a relaxed atmosphere to get to know each other and chat a bit.
To be fair to all our members across the world, I will try to serve all relevant time zones and alternate
in the scheduling. Also, the contents or activities for each Regular’s Table will vary. The details for
each meeting will be announced via our different member channels.
The first GSFL Regulars’ Table will take place on Thursday, 15 April 2021 at 19:00 CEST (Central
European Time). You are all invited. Our first meeting will involve a “speed friending” exercise to give
us a chance to get to know one another better by talking about relaxed topics of interest in a
changing set of small groups. With every new group, a new discussion question will be introduced.
To take part in our Regular’s Table, please write a short message to:
email@example.com. In your message, please be sure to include your time zone.
All registrants will be sent the all necessary log in information before our first meeting. All GSFL
members are eligible to take part.
Do you have great ideas for activities for the Regular’s Table? Do you have technical or organisational
questions about the Regulars’ Table you would like to ask? Would you like to have a chat about
options for virtual meetings? Just send me an email to the above address.
I’d be more than happy to help you!
Hope to see you soon!
your GSFL Virtual Conference Coordinator
About this Event
Association of Women in Forensic Science, Inc. (AWIFS) presents BEYOND CRIME SCENES AND AUTOPSIES: Live Speaker Webinar Series, which has moved online due to the pandemic. This monthly speaker series is open to all ages. Join us for conversations and interactive presentations with experts who will discuss forensic science, violence, trauma, emergency services, and other related topics.
PRESENTATIONS AND DISCUSSIONS MAY CONTAIN SENSITIVE CONTENT AND MAY NOT BE SUITABLE FOR ALL AGES
REPLAYS ARE NOT AVAILABLE
NON-REFUNDABLE AND NON-TRANSFERABLE
Become a member of the “Beyond Crime Scenes and Autopsies” Patreon community and continue to enjoy the speaker series for free along with other exclusive benefits that also include my slack channel only for Patreon members for as low as $10.00 per month.
About the Speaker:
Alexandra Victoria Elizabeth Kingsley started in Art and then moved into Science which followed her back to Art. After winning several art awards, Alexendra started studying Forensic Anthropology at the Ohio State University. She is a Forensic Facial Reconstruction Artist and studied personally with the world renowned Betty Pat. Gattliff, the inventor of the American Method, of Forensic Facial Reconstruction. Kingsley has constructed the face of a 2,700 year old Egyptian Mummy named Amunet, which is viewable at the Ohio History Connection Museum. She is affiliated with team F.A.C.T. (Forensic Anthropology Case Team) which are a team of experts called out to active cold cases to help work the crime scenes and consulted on a Federal level with BCI (Bureau of Criminal Investigation). Alexandra has also been published as an anatomical illustrator as well as guest lecturing and teaching 3d workshops at numerous collages as an expert in the field of Forensic Art.
TOPIC OF DICUSSION:
- History overview of how Forensic Art came about. What is Forensic Art & What it’s not!
- Anatomy, Art, & Law, three major things that one must know in order to do forensic art
- Background & understanding the methods;The Daubart Standards.
- Record keeping and the forensic chain of custody.
- Getting into the field and what to be apart of
- Examples and Links for further connection & extended learning
- Ending with discussions and lots of question time!
TYPE OF CALL: Conference Call
CONFERENCE DATES: 23 April 2021
LOCATION: Online (host organization located in Philadelphia), USA
LINGUISTIC FIELD(S): Anthropological Linguistics, Applied Linguistics, General Linguistics, Psycholinguistics, Sociolinguistics
SUBMISSION DEADLINE: 31 January 2021
SUBMISSION ADDRESS: https://easychair.org/cfp/7thLLLC
CONTACT PERSON: Sarah Rawls firstname.lastname@example.org
This annual conference is hosted by the student organization, Graduate Students of Language at Temple (GSOLT). It is a student-run forum for graduate and undergraduate students to present their research in a supportive environment conducive to professional and scholarly development. Our theme this year is Teaching, Learning and Assessment in Foreign/Second Language Education. This year’s theme explores language use across social and technological contexts. As an interdisciplinary organization, we will consider any language-related topics, which may include, but are not limited to, the following areas:
- Analysis of Discourse and Interaction (DIS)
- Multilingualism, Immersion, Heritage, and Minority Education (MIH)
- Language Cognition and Brain Research (COG)
- Language Planning and Policy (LPP)
- Language and Ideology (LAI)
- Reading, Writing, and Literacy (RWL)
- Language Teaching, Learning, and Assessment (TLA)
- Sociolinguistics (SOC)
- Teacher Education, Beliefs, and Identities (TED)
- Linguistics (Semantics, Syntax, Phonetics, Phonology, Pragmatics, etc. ) (LIG)
- Language Teaching and Technology in the Time of COVID (LTTC)
Please submit a 250 to 300-word abstract by Sunday, January 31st, 2021. Abstracts should be written in English and include a connection to the conference theme. On your form, please be sure to specify the strand(s) your proposal best fits. For conference related inquiries, contact the GSOLT Conference Committee at the email above or use the messenger function on the website.
Date: 28-Apr-2021 – 30-Apr-2021
Location: ONLINE, Spain
Contact Person: ÁNGELA ALMELA SÁNCHEZ-LAFUENTE
Linguistic Field(s): Lexicography; Text/Corpus Linguistics
Call Deadline: 23-Dec-2020
The Spanish Association of Corpus Linguistics (AELINCO) and the Murcia Steering Committee are pleased to invite you to the 12th International Conference on Corpus Linguistics (CILC2021), which will take place on a virtual format from 28 to 30 April 2021 at the College of Arts of the University of Murcia, Spain. This online version of the conference intends to follow up AELINCO’S interest in the organization of valuable academic meetings, even if faced with the current health crisis (the schedule of the future editions of the conference will be voted by the members at the next AELINCO’s meeting).
The cornerstone of the conference will be computational linguistics based on written corpora and its professional applications. The theme proposed will focus on the potential of morphosyntactic analysis for the study of corpora in the written medium and for the development of tools for the language technology market.
The following plenary speakers have confirmed their participation:
– Carole E. Chaski (Alias Technology, LLC & Institute for Linguistic Evidence) https://linguisticevidence.org/
– Tony Berber-Sardinha (Catholic University of Sao Paulo) http://www2.lael.pucsp.br/~tony
Call for Papers:
In addition to the proposals accepted during the previous Call for Papers, AELINCO members are encouraged to submit new abstract proposals contributing to any of the nine AELINCO thematic panels:
1. Corpus design, compilation and types
2. Discourse, literary analysis and corpora
3. Corpus-based grammatical studies
4. Corpus-based lexicology and lexicography
5. Corpora, contrastive studies and translation
6. Linguistic variation and change through corpora
7. Corpus-based computational linguistics
8. Corpora, language acquisition and teaching
9. Special uses of corpus linguistics
The CILC2021 Steering Committee invites to submit further paper proposals (20 minutes), posters, workshops or seminars, in line with the central theme of this Conference or related to one of the nine thematic panels of AELINCO.
Each participant can submit a maximum of two proposals in English or Spanish from 23 October 2020 until 23 December 2020. The information sheet can be found on the following website: http://www.aelinco.es/en/cilc-instructions-style-sheet
The proposals will be sent via EasyChair (https://easychair.org/account/signin?l=XVBROyVZNYTL6TZLDbvw8L), indicating the selected panel. Each proposal can only be included in one single panel. The notification of acceptance will be communicated on February 26, 2021.
If you are a member of the Association, please make sure that your yearly membership fee is up-to-date; no further registration fees will be required for CILC2021. If you wish to become a member of AELINCO, you can get a full description of the procedure on AELINCO website: http://www.aelinco.es
A selection of the papers presented at the CILC2021 conference will be published in AELINCO journal, Research in Corpus Linguistics (https://ricl.aelinco.es/), and in Research Design and Statistics in Linguistics and Communication Science (https://journal.equinoxpub.com/JRDS/).
For more detailed information on the organization of CILC2021, please visit our website: http://eventos.um.es/go/cilc2021
TYPE OF CALL: Journal Article
LINGUISTIC FIELD(S): Anthropological Linguistics, Applied Linguistics, Discourse Analysis, General Linguistics, Sociolinguistics, Text/Corpus Linguistics
SUBMISSION DEADLINE: Open until filled
The Journal of Language and Discrimination examines the relationship between language and the many forms of discrimination (in terms of race, ethnicity, language, gender, religion, age, ability and other characteristics) affecting most societies today. It encourages intellectual crossover and serves as a scholarly forum bringing together researchers from a large number of diverse but related fields. This multidisciplinary journal appeals to theorists and practitioners working on linguistic representations of discrimination within linguistics, anthropology, sociology, psychology, education, law and criminal justice, feminism, queer theory, disability studies, race studies, and more. It addresses socially consequential issues, such as inequality, prejudice, and discrimination, in light of the many social and political challenges taking place in many nations.
The journal publishes high-quality, original research and ensures its academic rigour by utilising double-blind expert review process. It strives to make the review and publication process as transparent, smooth, and user-friendly as possible while maintaining the high standard of published content.
The themes of future general and special issues might include: language and ageism; language and disability; gender and language; same sex marriage and civil partnership; racist language; religious language discrimination; legal perspectives on language and discrimination; language and sexual orientation; trolling; offence; political correctness; drug/alcohol users and language; fat shaming; language and social justice; islamophobia; anti-Semitism; the language of terrorism; standardisation, education and 2nd language learners; migration policies and language analysis; hate speech; animal rights/primate campaigns and language; dialect, accent and discrimination; minority languages; metaphors and discrimination; challenging linguistic stereotypes; language and class; freedom of speech.
Please, write to Massimiliano Demata (University of Turin) and Natalia Knoblock (Saginaw Valley State University) for further inquiries.
Date: 14-May-2021 – 16-May-2021
Location: Vancouver, BC (Online), Canada
Contact Person: Rose Underhill
Linguistic Field(s): General Linguistics
Call Deadline: 09-Feb-2021
The Department of Linguistics at the University of British Columbia is pleased to host the 37th annual Northwest Linguistics Conference (NWLC) from May 14-16, 2021, held virtually in Vancouver, BC. We are inviting graduate and undergraduate students to submit abstracts for 30 minute talks (20 minute presentation/10 minute discussion), or for presentation of a poster, in any area of theoretical or applied linguistics.
The NWLC is an annual conference, hosted on an alternating basis by Simon Fraser University, University of British Columbia, University of Victoria, and University of Washington. The conference is an opportunity for students to present their research, and make connections with their peers and other researchers.
Note that the conference will be held virtually, with presentations and question sessions conducted through Zoom.
– Dr. Miikka Silfverberg, UBC
– Dr. Neda Todorović, UBC
– Samuel Akinbo, UBC
Call for Papers:
This year we will have two special themed sessions:
(1) Linguistics and indigenous languages;
(2) Computational linguistics;
We encourage submissions related to one of the special sessions outlined above, although abstracts in any area of linguistics are welcome.
Abstracts must be at most two pages long (including data and references), on a letter-size sheet (8”1/2 by 11”) with 1″ margins, and typed in at least 12-point font. Abstracts not conforming to this format will not be accepted. Submissions are limited to 1 individual and 1 joint abstract per author. Abstract submissions are made through EasyChair (below).
Deadline for submissions is February 9, 2021 with replies to be sent by March 26, 2021.
Date: 21-May-2021 – 23-May-2021
Location: ONLINE, USA
Contact Person: Eric Louis Russell
Linguistic Field(s): Anthropological Linguistics; Applied Linguistics; Discourse Analysis; Philosophy of Language; Sociolinguistics
Call Deadline: 20-Jan-2021
The 27th annual Lavender Languages and Linguistics Conference will take place online from 21 to 23 May 2021, hosted by the California Institute of Integral Studies. Due to COVID-19, it was postponed from its original schedule in March 2020.
The Conference has a rich history of examining language use and representation in relation to: LGBTQ+ life, including linguistics, sociolinguistics, (critical) discourse analysis; the analysis of communication in various text genres, modes and media; and, research into historical, literary, or performance questions. While the language of presentation is English, research concerning languages other than English is welcomed and encouraged.
The conference proudly maintains a “no attitudes” atmosphere to ensure that all attendees will benefit from a welcoming, supportive and collaborative conference space. The conference follows the anti-harassment policy of the Association of Computational Linguistics.
Call for Papers:
We invite abstract submissions from scholars of all backgrounds, including faculty, graduate and advanced undergraduate students, and community activists for regular (20 minute) presentations. Paper proposals should clearly articulate the focus, research method, findings and ties to language and sexuality interests.
***Those whose papers were accepted for the original conferences and who have confirmed their continued participation do not need to resubmit proposals but do need to re-register via Eventbrite.***
– Please submit abstracts (no longer than 350 words, not including title and references) as a MS Word (*.doc or *.docx) file to Eric Louis Russell (email@example.com).
– The file should be labelled with your name and LavLang27 (e.g. Jane Doe LavLang27.docx).
– Do not include your name within the body of the abstract
– Do include your name and affiliations in the body of the submission email.
Questions and requests for more information should be directed to Eric Louis Russell (firstname.lastname@example.org).
Date: 09-Jun-2021 – 11-Jun-2021
Location: University of Sussex/Online, United Kingdom
Contact Person: Charlotte Taylor
Linguistic Field(s): Anthropological Linguistics; Applied Linguistics; Discourse Analysis; Sociolinguistics; Text/Corpus Linguistics
Call Deadline: 15-Feb-2021
This is the third edition in the ‘Approaches to Migration, Language & Identity’ conference series. It is organised by Charlotte Taylor and Stuart Dunmore at the University of Sussex and will be held ONLINE.
We welcome papers addressing any aspect of the intersection between migration, language and identity whether focussed on migration discourses, language practices, legal policy or the ideologies embedded and revealed within them. We also welcome reflexive work which challenges and advances how we investigate these topics, and work which highlights potential impact and proposes methods for stakeholder involvement.
The conference is conceived as an interdisciplinary event and we warmly invite abstract submissions for papers addressing language and identity in relation to migration from colleagues across a range of disciplines including, but not limited to: education, intercultural communication, law, literary studies, linguistics, geography, history, memory studies, migration studies, psychology, sociology, translation studies. We also warmly welcome contributions from colleagues working outside academia.
Call for Papers:
Topics of interest include:
– Migration and un/belonging
– Language, national identity and the Other
– Interrogating categorisation of migrants
– Representing migration from the perspective of departure country
– Framing privileged migration
– Self-representation of migration
– Migrant-authored literary practice and identity
– Cross-linguistic analysis of migration discourses
– Metaphor in representations of migration
– Integration as a two-way process and concept
– Language and superdiverse contexts
– Language contact: practices and attitudes
– Migration and intercultural communication
– Migration and translation
– Educational practices and migration
– Heritage languages and identity
Policy and impact
– Language testing and citizenship
– Language policy and citizenship
– The language of migration policy
– Discursive criminalisation of migration
– Creating impact – case-studies and experiences
– Working with stakeholders in investigating language, migration and identity
– Identification of areas where impact is needed
– Historical analyses of representation, practice and policy in relation to migration
– Language, migration and memory
– Memorialisation of migration
– Narratives of distant travels
– Decolonising the study of language and identity in relation to migration
– New interdisciplinary methods for investigating language, migration and identity
– Approaches to the study of language and migration (critiques / comparisons)
Please specify whether your paper is a) a research paper b) reflexive/position paper c) work-in-progress paper. All abstracts should be approx. 250 words (excluding references) and should include up to 5 keywords, a clear research question, indication of findings and references. Categories (a) and (c) should also include a description of the data and methodology. Abstracts should be submitted to email@example.com by Monday, 15 February 2021.
Please see the conference website for more information: www.amli2021.org
Date: 10-Jun-2021 – 11-Jun-2021
Location: Online, Netherlands
Contact Person: Marjolein Talsma
Linguistic Field(s): General Linguistics
Call Deadline: 19-Mar-2021
TABU Dag is an international linguistics conference organised by the University of Groningen, the Netherlands. Due to continued COVID-19 restrictions, the 2021 edition of the conference will be held in an online format.
We are currently working on a setup to bring the liveliness and informal interaction of offline TABU Dag conferences to the virtual world. More information about this will follow soon!
TABU Dag originated from the University’s linguistic journal TABU (taalbulletin, ‘language bulletin’), and over the last 40 years the event has developed into a well-established conference with a varied programme and guest speakers from different fields.
The conference offers an excellent opportunity to meet fellow researchers and discuss current topics in all fields of linguistics, including but not limited to neurolinguistics, computational linguistics, language acquisition research, semantics, sociolinguistics, pragmatics, discourse analysis, and text analysis. Graduate students and postdoctoral researchers are particularly encouraged to present their work at TABU Dag.
We are very pleased to announce that the keynote speakers of this year’s edition are:
– Aurélie Herbelot (University of Trento)
– Hedwig te Molder (Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam, Wageningen University)
– Benjamin Munson (University of Minnesota)
– Greg Poarch (University of Groningen)
Call for Papers:
We invite abstracts (in English) in any field of linguistics including, but not limited to: syntax and semantics, phonetics and phonology, sociolinguistics, psycholinguistics, developmental linguistics, language acquisition, speech production, discourse and communication, computational linguistics, and neurolinguistics. Abstracts should be no longer than 300 words excluding title, keywords, and references. Abstracts should be submitted on EasyChair via the link below.
We are working to make this virtual edition as interactive as possible. As soon as we clarify some technical details, we will make the information available. Thanks to our sponsors, we are happy to anticipate that there will not be a registration fee.
Important dates and information:
-The deadline for abstract submission is March 19, 2021.
-Notification of acceptance will be sent on April 9, 2021.
–The official language of the conference is English.
-Abstracts should be submitted on EasyChair: https://easychair.org/account/signin?l=yTSJsUngu8W0kSoVQHSIla
-For further information, please visit the TABU Dag website: www.tabudag.nl
–Conference location: online.
-Make sure your abstract is not longer than 300 words (excluding any references).
-Upload your abstract as a PDF (with any formatting you’d like) and copy/paste it in the ‘Abstract’ field in the submission form.
-Include any references only in the PDF version and not in the submission form (if not, the references will be included in your word limit).
-Reviewing will be single-blind (i.e., reviewers will remain anonymous, but your name will be known to the reviewers and the programme committee). This means that you are free to reference your own previous work without anonymization.
-Please indicate whether you would prefer to present your work orally or with a poster. If you leave this field empty, we will assume you have no preference. Please note that we might not be able to accommodate all preferences and, if your abstract is accepted, we might assign you to your non-preferred presentation mode if necessary.
Date: 22-Jun-2021 – 24-Jun-2021
Location: London (Online), United Kingdom
Contact Person: Erez Levon
Linguistic Field(s): Anthropological Linguistics; Applied Linguistics; Discourse Analysis; Sociolinguistics
Call Deadline: 17-Jan-2021
IGALA is the premiere international scholarly organisation for the study of language as it relates to the construction and representation of gender and sexuality. Since its founding in 1999, IGALA has been dedicated to supporting and promoting research on language, gender and sexuality, and to communicating to the wider world about relevant gender, sexuality and language issues.
Due to the ongoing pandemic, IGALA11 will take place entirely online. The conference will feature both pre-recorded individual presentations (available on-demand to registered participants 2 weeks before the conference dates) and a series of live events from 222-24 June 2021.
The theme of IGALA11 is Language and the Geopolitics of Gender. With this theme, we aim to highlight the geopolitical dimensions of language, gender and sexuality scholarship. Our goal is to showcase research on configurations of language, gender and sexuality from a diverse range of cultural, linguistic and geographical contexts, and in particular work that engages with issues of coloniality, globalisation, migration, (trans)nationalism and/or modernity. We also aim to encourage discussions of methodological and epistemological diversity, and of the broader dynamics of knowledge creation and dissemination in our field.
Call for Papers:
We are issuing a supplemental Call for Papers for IGALA11. Papers that have already been accepted should NOT be resubmitted. This call is for new submissions only, in order to fill up openings in the conference programme as a result of having postponed the event.
Abstracts are invited for individual (20-minute) papers only. Papers should present original, unpublished research related to the study of language, gender and/or sexuality. We particularly encourage submissions related to the conference theme. We welcome diversity in theoretical and methodological approaches and in the linguistic and cultural contexts considered. Authors of accepted papers will be invited to prepare a pre-recorded video of their talk. Recordings will appear on the conference website and be available to registered participants.
Abstracts should be submitted via EasyAbs (http://linguistlist.org/easyabs/IGALA11). Abstracts should be no more than 500 words and confined to 1 page of text. References, glossed/transcribed examples, and images can appear on a second page and do not count toward the word limit. Abstracts should be submitted as PDF documents and be fully anonymised. The submission deadline is Sunday 17 January 2021 (23:59, AoE: UTC-12).
All submissions will be anonymously reviewed. Notifications of acceptance will happen in February 2021.
Note that authors may present a maximum of two presentations at IGALA11, only one of which may be sole-/first-authored. This limit applies to both regular papers and panel papers. For any questions, please contact the IGALA11 organizing team: firstname.lastname@example.org.