Sensus is a workshop devoted to the formal study of meaning in Romance languages.
Areas: Theoretical semantics and pragmatics and their interfaces with other domains, experimental methodologies, fieldwork, the study of variation and computational approaches
Venue: Zoom (and in person if possible)
Workshop dates: October 1-2 2021
Workshop website: https://blogs.umass.edu/sensus/
- Ivano Caponigro (UC, San Diego)
- Gennaro Chierchia (Harvard University)
- Jenny Doetjes (Universiteit Leiden)
Organizers: Ana Arregui, María Biezma, Vincent Homer
Event sponsored by the Department of Linguistics and the Department of Languages, Literatures and Cultures of UMass Amherst
Contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org
Call for papers
We are pleased to announce that the second meeting of Sensus, a workshop on the formal semantics and pragmatics of Romance languages, will take place virtually (and also possibly in person) at the University of Massachusetts Amherst, on October 1-2 2021.
Our intention with this workshop is to bring together scholars in the growing community dedicated to the study of the construction of meaning within Romance languages. We hope this will become a regular venue for researchers with common interests in Romance semantics and pragmatics.
We invite presentations of original research involving a broad range of topics and methodologies in formal semantics and pragmatics of Romance. We aim to bring together researchers working from different perspectives including purely theoretical research on formal semantics/pragmatics and their interfaces with other domains, experimental methodologies, fieldwork, the study of variation and computational approaches.
We are also exploring the possibility of a proceedings volume.
Ivano Caponigro (University of California, San Diego)
Gennaro Chierchia (Harvard University)
Jenny Doetjes (Universiteit Leiden)
Abstract submission guidelines
We invite abstracts for talk and poster presentations. Talks are 30 minutes long, with an additional 10 minutes for questions and discussion.
Abstracts should be anonymous and not exceed two pages in length. An additional, third page may be used for references and large figures. Abstracts must be submitted in letter or A4 format with 1in or 2.5cm margins on all sides, and in a font no smaller than 11pt.
Submissions are limited to two per author, with at most one being single-authored.
Submission is now closed
Notification of acceptance: July 10 2021