MorphologyDays 2015 (Leuven): Second Call for Papers

After successful recent editions in Leeuwarden (2013), Nijmegen (2011), Luik (2009) and Amsterdam (2007) the Morfologiedagen/Morphology Days 2015, a (nearly) bi-annual meeting of morphologists in the Low Countries and beyond will be held at the University of Leuven, on 17-18 December 2015.

The Morphology Days offer a platform for discussing current topics in morphological theory and morphological analysis from a variety of theoretical perspectives in an informal, stimulating academic context.

Confirmed keynote speakers are Harald Baayen (University of Tübingen) and Hagit Borer (Queen Mary University of London).

Apart from lectures on all aspects of morphology the conference programme also offers participants a chance to receive a hands-on introduction into Fluid Construction Grammar and the linguistic annotation and analysis program ELAN, through two expert-led interactive workshops.

300-word abstracts (excluding headers and references) are invited on any topic related to morphology for presentations following a 20 + 10 minute format. Please send your anonymous abstract as a .doc(x), .odt or .pdf document to morphologydays2015@kuleuven.be with the subject line ‘Abstract MorphologyDays + YOUR NAME’ and your name and title of the presentation in the body of the message.

For more information, please visit the conference website: https://www.arts.kuleuven.be/ling/morphologydays2015

The conference languages are English and Dutch.

Important dates:

Abstract deadline: 1 July
Notification: 16 October

Organisers:

Anne Breitbarth
Freek Van de Velde
Lobke Aelbrecht
Dirk Pijpops
Stef Spronck

Scientific committee:

Artemis Alexiadou
Jenny Audring
Matthew Baerman
Marijke De Belder
Greville G. Corbett
Kristel Van Goethem
William B. McGregor
Pieter Muysken
Hans Smessaert
Remi Van Trijp
Gunther De Vogelaer
Ton Van der Wouden

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