|Location||Hangzhou, Zhejiang, P. R. China|
|Organizer||School of International Studies, Zhejiang University|
|Dates||May 15, 2020 - May 17, 2020|
|Submission Deadline||January 10, 2020|
|Notification of Acceptance||February 28, 2020|
The annual conference of the International Association of Chinese Linguistics (IACL) has been held at various prestigious institutions of Asia, Europe, Australia, and North America over the past 20 plus years. It has become a major conference for scholars and students around the world working on various aspects of Chinese linguistics and related studies. Its 2020 annual conference (IACL-28) will be held at Zhejiang University, P. R. China.
IACL-28 will be held on May 15-17, 2020 at Zhejiang University, P. R. China. Abstracts are invited for presentations on any aspects of research on any variety of the Chinese language and linguistics, as well as other languages of China. Each talk lasts 20 minutes, followed by a 5-minute discussion. Contributors are allowed at most one single-authored paper and one co-authored paper each.
|Length||Accepted abstracts should be no longer than 1 page (including examples and (selected) references)|
|Page Layout||letter size|
using 1 inch margins on all sides
|Font (English)||Times New Roman, 12pt|
|Font (Chinese)||Songti(宋体), 12pt(小四)|
|File Format||PDF document|
Accepted abstracts will later be requested in an editable format (*.doc or *.docx)
|Authorship||The abstracts themselves should be submitted anonymously, but you still need to provide your detailed contact information in EasyChair on submission. This information will not be visible to reviewers.|
|Online Submission||Abstracts should be submitted via EasyChair|
Submission Page: https://easychair.org/conferences/?conf=iacl28
|File Naming Rules||Single-authored abstracts: LastName_FirstName.pdf|
Co-authored abstracts (list only the first author): LastName_FirstName_co.pdf
|Example||Single-authored abstracts: hu_jianhua.pdf|
Co-authored abstracts: hu_jianhua_co.pdf
|Deadline of Abstract Submission||January 10, 2020|
|Notification of Acceptance||February 28, 2020|
Non-IACL members must join IACL by March 28, 2020 to be eligible for presentation at this conference.
The YSA competition is an innovative attempt by the IACL to promote, recognize, and encourage young scholars. It is held once a year in conjunction with the IACL annual conference. A maximum of 5 finalists will be selected, and each will be awarded a travel subsidy (of around $500) and invited to the IACL conference to give an oral presentation at a special session, organized for this purpose, before a panel of judges chaired by the IACL president (the review committee of any given year may also recommend that no finalist be invited). The author of the best paper selected by the panel will be honored at the banquet of the annual conference and presented with an award certificate.
This award offers an annual prize in the amount of US $500, donated by Professor Anne Yue in memory of the eminent linguist and sinologist, Professor Mantaro J. Hashimoto. It is offered as an encouragement to young scholars who wish to devote themselves to the study of Chinese historical phonology, a field in which Professor Hashimoto was especially interested and to which he made numerous important contributions.
The prize will be administered as part of the Young Scholar Award process. All YSA papers submitted in the field of Chinese historical phonology will automatically be concurrently considered for the MJH Award.
Title the subject of the submission email “YSA/MJH”. Applicants should follow the published YSA guidelines and the above deadline in preparing their submissions. All regulations, restrictions, selection criteria, and current judging standards in the YSA process will apply to papers considered for the MJH Award, with the exception that the papers submitted for the MJH Award must deal specifically with the area of Chinese historical phonology.
This award is an annual prize in the amount of US $500, established in the honor of Professor Hsin-I Hsieh for his immense contributions to the IACL and to the field of Chinese linguistics. The award is offered as a token of encouragement to young scholars who wish to devote themselves to interdisciplinary studies in Chinese linguistics.
The prize will be administered as part of the Young Scholar Award (YSA) process. All papers with an interdisciplinary approach submitted for YSA will automatically be concurrently considered for the Interdisciplinary Research Award.
Title the subject of the submission email “YSA/IRA”. Applicants should follow the published YSA guidelines and the above deadline in preparing their submissions. All regulations, restrictions, and selection criteria adopted in the YSA process will apply to papers considered for the Interdisciplinary Research Award, with the exception that these submissions must have an interdisciplinary focus, which includes interface studies (e.g., phonology-syntax, morpho-syntax, syntax-semantics.), studies which combine diachronic and synchronic approaches, studies that combine methodologies from different frameworks (e.g., formal, functional, typological), or studies that combine linguistics and other disciplines (e.g., literature, anthropology, sociology, psychology, computer science).
All questions about submissions should be emailed to email@example.com For further information, please visit IACL website: http://www.iacling.org