2016 Annual Meeting of the Linguistics Association of Great Britain (LAGB 2016)
Call Deadline: 01-Apr-2016
The Annual Meeting of the Linguistics Association of Great Britain (LAGB) will
be held at the University of York 6-9 September 2016.
In addition to the general session, the following invited talks and associated
workshops will take place:
Henry Sweet Lecture 2016
Bernard Comrie (University of California Santa Barbara)
‘Verb Root Ellipsis’
Linguistics Association Lecture 2016
Paul Smolensky (Johns Hopkins University)
‘Non-discrete Structures in Grammar’
Workshop on Morphological Zeroes (organised by Matthew Baerman)
This workshop will be held in conjunction with Bernard Comrie’s Henry Sweet
Lecture on Weds 7 September 2016. This workshop will feature papers selected
by peer review as well as an invited lecture by Sharon Inkelas.
Workshop on Advances in Linguistic Theory Through Computation (organised by
Jennifer Culbertson and Paul Smolensky)
This workshop will be held in conjunction with Paul Smolensky’s Linguistics
Association Lecture on Friday 9 September 2016. This workshop will feature
only invited presentations.
There will also be a Language Tutorial on Jaminjung/Ngaliwurru, given by Eva
Schultze-Berndt (Manchester University) on Wednesday 7 and Thursday 8
September 2016 and a special session led by the LAGB Education Committee on
Communicating with Other Worlds: Formal Linguistic Second Language Acquisition
and Language Teaching.
For further information, including the call for papers for both the main
session and the workshop on Morphological Zeroes, see
http://www.lagb.org.uk/lagb2016/home. Please note the deadline for submissions
is 1st April 2016.
In addition to individual abstracts, the LAGB main session welcomes proposals
for themed sessions (more details are available in the call for papers).
Call for Papers and Themed Sessions:
The LAGB welcomes submissions on any topic in the field of linguistics. We
particularly welcome papers from areas of linguistics that have not been well
represented in previous meetings in order to capture the diversity of
linguistics research currently undertaken in the UK and beyond.
All abstracts will be blind-peer-reviewed by an international committee of
reviewers. Both members and non-members are invited to offer papers for the
meeting. The length for papers delivered at the LAGB 2016 meeting is 20
minutes (plus 10 minutes discussion).
The deadline for submissions is Friday 1 April 2016. Notification of
acceptance will be made in May 2016.
Abstracts can be submitted to be included in the general sessions, the
workshop on Morphological Zeroes or as part of a themed session (see below).
We also welcome submissions for the general session that cover themes related
to the LAGB workshop on Advances in Linguistic Theory Through Computation.
Abstracts for the LAGB workshop on Morphological Zeroes should be clearly
marked as being submitted for that workshop. If submitted abstracts are not
successful in being selected for that workshop they will also be considered
for the general session.
Further details are available at http://www.lagb.org.uk/page-1829014.