Call for papers: BUCLD 48

BUCLD 48: 2023-11-02 to 2023-11-05
Location: Boston University
Hosted by Boston University

  • Keynote Speaker – Dr. Catherine Tamis-LeMonda (New York University – Department of Applied Psychology)
  • Plenary Speaker – Dr. Kamil Deen (University of Hawai`i at Manoa – Department of Linguistics)
  • Student Workshop – Dr Adriana Weisleder (Northwestern University – School of Communication)

Submission deadline: 2023-06-01
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Conference: BUCLD 47

BUCLD 47: Nov. 3-6, 2022
Location: Boston
Hosted by Boston University

Invited speakers:

  • Keynote: Dr. Jeffrey Lidz (University of Maryland- Department of Linguistics)
  • Plenary: Dr. Letitia Naigles (University of Connecticut- Department of Psychological Sciences)
  • Student Workshop: Dr. Marisa Casillas (University of Chicago- Department of Comparative Human Development).

Submission deadline: Jun. 1, 2022
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Conference: BUCLD 46

BUCLD 46: Nov. 4-7, 2021.
Location: Online.

Invited speakers:

  • Keynote: Dr. Reiko Mazuka (RIKEN Center for Brain Science & Duke University)
  • Plenary: Dr. Anne Christophe (École Normale Supérieure – PSL University)
  • Student Workshop: Dr. Kim Scott (MIT)

Submission deadline: May 1, 2021. (23:59 Eastern Daylight Time (UTC-4))
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Conference: BUCLD 45 (online)

BUCLD 45: Nov. 5-8, 2020.
Location: virtually in Boston, U.S.

Keynote speaker: Dr. Reiko Mazuka (RIKEN Center for Brain Science)
Plenary speaker: Dr. Adele Goldberg (Princeton University)

Extended submission deadline for abstracts: May 15, 2020. (8pm EST)
Extended submission deadline for symposium proposals: Apr. 15, 2020.
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Conference: BUCLD 39

BUCLD 39: Nov. 07-09, 2014.
Venue: BU

Keynote Speaker:
Richard Aslin, University of Rochester
“From sounds to words to grammatical categories: The role of distributional learning”

Plenary Speaker:
Katherine Demuth, Macquarie University
“Prosodic effects on the emergence of grammatical morphemes: Evidence from perception and production”

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