Abstract submission

ABSTRACT SUBMISSION GUIDELINES
Abstracts are invited for 20-minute presentations (plus 10-minute discussion) and for posters on any area of descriptive linguistics including phonetics, phonology, morphosyntax, semantics, and pragmatics. All abstracts submitted for both oral presentations and posters should address language obsolescence, which will be the overall topic of the Conference, regardless of the area of linguistics the author decides to focus on.

Abstracts should be anonymous – they should not include the name(s) of the author(s) nor their affiliation. Please note that name(s) and/or affiliation should not appear in the name of the file you submit via EasyChair either.
Only one abstract per person (or one single-authored abstract plus one additional co-authored abstract) is allowed.
Please specify, right under the title of your abstract, whether you are submitting your abstract for “oral presentation” or for “poster presentation”.

All abstracts should be submitted in English, which will also be the language of the Conference. Abstracts should not exceed 500 words, excluding references but including examples, tables and graphs. Abstracts exceeding the word count or containing the author’s name and/or affiliation will not be considered for paper or poster presentation at the Conference.

SUBMIT AN ABSTRACT
To submit your abstract please follow this link that will take you to EasyChair. Once there, please follow the indications provided to finalize your submission – you will need to create an EasyChair account, if this is your first time using this service. Before you proceed, please make sure that your abstract complies with the guidelines for submission (see above). We kindly ask you to submit your abstract in .pdf format.
If you have any doubts, please do not hesitate to contact us.

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