Semantics of Under-Represented Languages in the Americas (SULA) 10 will be held at the University of Toronto, 4-6 May 2018.
The goal of the conference is to bring together researchers working on languages or dialects spoken in the Americas which do not have an established tradition of work in formal semantics. We especially encourage abstract submissions from those whose work involves primary fieldwork or experimentation as well as analysis. We strongly encourage the participation of graduate students.
The conference proceedings will appear as a volume published by the GLSA.
Conference website: https://linguistics.utoronto.ca/sula10/
- Andrés Salanova (University of Ottawa)
- Ryan Bochnak (Universität Konstanz)
- Ryan DeCaire (University of Toronto)
- Carol-Rose Little (Cornell University)
- Violeta Vázquez Rojas (El Colegio de Mexico)
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CALL FOR ABSTRACT
The deadline for abstract submission is January 21, 2018 at 11:59 pm PST.
We invite submissions of abstracts for papers (25-minute presentation plus 10-minute discussion) or posters on any topic in the semantics of under-represented languages of the Americas. As in previous years, sessions will include a discussion period at the end with commentators.
Abstracts must be at most two pages long, including data and references, on letter-size or A4 paper with 1 inch margins on all sides and at least 11 point font. Abstracts should have a clear title and should be anonymous. The abstract must be submitted electronically in PDF format.
We are using EasyChair for the submission and review process. Abstracts must be submitted through the following website:
When you submit your abstract, please indicate whether your abstract should be considered for a talk, a poster, or both. Submissions are limited to 1 individual and 1 joint abstract per author, or 2 joint abstracts per author.
- Submission deadline: 21 January 2018 (11:59 pm PST)
- Notification of acceptance: Late February
- Conference date: 4-6 May 2018
The conference will take place in Sidney Smith Hall, on the St. George campus of the University of Toronto. More information coming soon.