Deadline for Abstracts: July 17, 2019
Location: New Orleans, LA
Dates: January 2–5, 2020
Please note the two significant changes in this call for papers that are different from previous years:
- The submission deadline has been moved back to July 17. This change comes as a consequence of the LSA having moved their deadline as well. Please keep this in mind as this is earlier than in previous years.
- The abstract requirements now include a description of the social outcomes / impacts / implications of the work presented. Details about this and a request for feedback on this trial will be addressed in a separate email.
Call for Papers
The Society for the Study of the Indigenous Languages of the Americas (SSILA) will hold its annual winter meeting jointly with the Linguistic Society of America (LSA) in New Orleans, LA on January 2–5, 2020. SSILA meetings allow scholars to present on a wide range of topics centered on any aspect of Indigenous languages of the Americas.
Information about the hotel and location can be found at the LSA website. Participants will be able to register for the meeting on the LSA website and reserve hotel rooms at reduced rates between September 1st, 2019 and December 11th, 2019.
SSILA welcomes abstracts for papers that present original research focusing on the linguistic study of the Indigenous languages of the Americas. Submitters must be members of SSILA.
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The deadline for receipt of all abstracts is on July 17th at 11:59 PM (Hawaii-Aleutian time). Please note that the deadline this year is two weeks earlier than in previous years. This is because the LSA submission deadline was changed to an earlier date this year, and SSILA endeavors to make acceptance decisions at the same time as the main LSA conference.
Abstracts should be submitted electronically, using the electronic submission website EasyChair. Consult the SSILA website for detailed instructions. Also, e-mail or hard-copy submissions will be accepted if arrangements are made in advance with the SSILA Program Committee Administrator, Martin Kohlberger (firstname.lastname@example.org). Abstracts may be submitted in English, Spanish, or Portuguese.