SSILA

Society for the Study of the Indigenous Languages of the Americas

CFP: 22nd Workshop on American Indigenous Languages (WAIL)

Abstract Deadline: February 23, 2019

Meeting Dates: May 10–11, 2019

Keynote Speaker: Pilar Valenzuela (Chapman University)

Location: University of California, Santa Barbara

Contact: Jesús Olguín Martinez (olguinmartinez@ucsb.edu)

The Linguistics Department at the University of California, Santa Barbara announces its 22nd Annual Workshop on American Indigenous Languages (WAIL), which provides a forum for the discussion of theoretical, descriptive, and practical studies of the indigenous languages of the Americas.

Call for Papers

Anonymous abstracts are invited for talks on any topic relevant to the study of indigenous languages of the Americas. Talks will be 20 minutes, followed by 10 minutes for discussion. Abstracts should be 500 words or less (excluding examples and/or references).

Individuals may submit abstracts for one single-authored and one co-authored paper. Please indicate your source(s) and type(s) of data in the abstract (e.g. recordings, texts, conversational, elicited, narrative, etc.). For co-authored papers, please indicate who plans to present the paper as well as who will be in attendance.

Abstracts should be submitted in .pdf format to olguinmartinez@ucsb.edu.

Hard copy submissions will be accepted from those who do not have Internet access. Please send four copies of your abstract, along with a 3×5 card with the following information: (1) your name; (2) affiliation; (3) mailing address; (4) phone number; (5) email address; and (6) title of your paper.

Send hard copy submissions to:

Workshop on American Indigenous Languages
Attn: Jesús Olguín Martinez / Alonso Vásquez
Department of Linguistics
University of California, Santa Barbara
Santa Barbara, CA 93106

For further information, please contact the conference coordinators, Jesús Olguín Martinez or Alonso Vásquez, at wail.ucsb@gmail.com.

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