The CILG2016 is organising the following types of session:
Papers presented at the CILG2016 will be grouped in the following sections:
S1. Phonetics and Phonology
S6. Discourse and conversation analysis
S8. Dialectology and Sociolinguistics
S9. Cognitive linguistics
S10. Historical linguistics
S11. Applied linguistics
S12. Linguistic theory and Linguistic historiography
As far as possible, the papers included in each section will be grouped in blocks according to topic in order to create a favourable context for the presentation and the participation of those in attendance.
The time allowed for presentations should not exceed 20 minutes, plus 10 minutes for discussion and questions.
2.- Presentation of thematic networks
The CILG2016 will offer the possibility of informing about national and international thematic networks formed by research teams whose scientific activity falls within the field of Linguistics.
The time allowed for the presentation of thematic networks should not exceed 20 minutes, plus 10 minutes for discussion and questions.
3.- Presentation of research projects
The CILG2016 will accept recent and consolidated group investigation projects which analyse questions concerning languages and language.
The time allowed for the presentation of research projects should not exceed 20 minutes, plus 10 minutes for discussion and questions.
4.- Presentation of research plans
In the CILG2016, those studying for doctorates in Linguistics and related specialities may present their research plans and advances of their theses in poster form. The poster must include, at least, the following details; 1) name and surname(s) of the candidate; 2) title of the reseach; 3) thesis director and name of the university to which he/she is affiliated 4) working hypothesis and questions covered in the research; 5) aims; 6) methodology. The poster must measure approximately 0.60 m x 0.42 m. The presence of the candidate during the poster session is obligatory.
As well as the exhibition of posters, a room and a timetable will be assigned for the presentation of research plans, which should not exceed 20 minutes, plus 10 minutes for discussion and questions.
Those interested in taking part in any of the categories should first submit an abstract of their papers using the Abstract Submission Form.
GUIDELINES FOR THE SUBMISSION OF ABSTRACTS
Abstracts submitted for participation in any of the categories of the CILG2016 should fulfil the following requisites:
Examples: Joplin, Mary Anne_Paper_S3
Dolling, Philip Michael_Presentation of research plan
The deadline for the submission of abstracts is 15 December, 2015.
Notification of acceptance will be given between 1 December, 2015 and 1 February, 2016