دپارتمان زبان شناسی دانشگاه استونی بروک نخستین کنفرانس آمریکای شمالی در خصوص زبان شناسی زبان های ایرانی را برگزار خواهد کرد. علاقمندان باید تا 30 نوامبر سال جاری میلادی چکیده های خود را ارسال کنند.
1st North American Conference in Iranian Linguistics
Call Deadline: 30-Nov-2016
The Iranian language family hosts some of the densest variation in grammatical
systems on the planet. Despite the remarkable scientific potential of the
Iranian language family as a ”laboratory” for comparative study, and unlike
the situation with nearly every other major language family, no conference has
ever been held in the US specializing exclusively in languages of the Iranian
family. Stony Brook Linguistics is pleased to host the first North American
Conference in Iranian Linguistics (NACIL 1), April 27-30, 2017.
Jila Gomeshi, University of Manitoba
Geoffrey Haig, Bamberg Universität
Simin Karimi, University of Arizona
Pollet Samvelian, Université Paris III
Call for Papers:
We warmly welcome abstracts on all topics related to Iranian languages and
linguistics. Submissions are invited for 20-minute talks (plus 10 minutes for
discussion) and/or posters (posters should measure approx. 3ft x 4ft or 90cm x
120cm) on any aspect of Iranian Linguistics.
Abstracts are invited from all areas of grammar (phonology, morphology,
syntax, semantics) and their interfaces. Abstracts on language acquisition,
psycholinguistics, neurolinguistics, sociolinguistics and computational
linguistics are also encouraged.
We strongly encourage contributions exploring approaches to language diversity
and typological works (including but not limited to sign languages,
under-represented languages and comparative studies).
To propose a paper/poster for presentation at NACIL 1, upload an abstract
conforming to the guidelines below to the EasyAbs site:
In order to be eligible for consideration, abstracts should conform to the
– Abstracts, including references and data, must not exceed two A4 pages in
length, have 2.5 cm (1 inch) margins on allsides, and be set in Times New
Roman with a font size no smaller than 11pt.
– Examples, tables, graphs, etc. must be interspersed into the text of the
abstract, rather than collected at the end.
– The submission must not reveal the identity of the author(s) in any way.
– Submissions are limited to two per author, with at most one paper being
– Abstracts must be submitted in PDF format through EasyAbs by Wednesday,
November 30, 2017, 11:59pm EST (http://linguistlist.org/easyabs/nacil1).
Mostafa Assi (Institute for Humanities and Cultural Studies)
Elena Bashir (The University of Chicago)
Ali Darzi (University of Tehran)
Jila Ghomeshi (University of Manitoba)
Geoffrey Haig (Bamberg Universität)
Arsalan Kahnemuyipour (University of Toronto)
Simin Karimi (University of Arizona)
Agnes Korn (Universität Frankfurt)
Gholamhosein KarimiDoostan (University of Tehran)
Richard Larson (Stony Brook University)
Yahya Modarresi (Institute for Humanities and Cultural Studies)
Taylor Roberts (York University)
Vida Samiian (California State University, Fresno)
Pollet Samvelian (Université Paris III)
Greg Stump (University of Kentucky)
Deadline for abstract submission: November 30, 2017
Decisions on submitted abstracts: February 10, 2017
Conference program posted online: April 20, 2017