51st Annual Conference on African Linguistics

Країна: США

Місто: New Jersey

Тези до: 15.12.2019

Дати: 21.05.20 — 24.05.20

Область наук: Філологічні;

Е-мейл Оргкомітету: acal51rutgers AT gmail.com

Організатори: Association of Contemporary African Linguistics


The Annual Conference on African Linguistics (ACAL) was first convened in 1970 and has since been held every year at various sites throughout North America. The affiliated Association of Contemporary African Linguistics, founded in 2013 as a 501(c)(3) non-profit public charity, has the same mission: to advance and sustain the linguistic study of African languages. The Association (with the same acronym) seeks to continue and provide stability to that tradition and to the conference itself. The Association solicits support from ACAL’s attendees to guarantee the conference’s stability into the future.

Call for Papers:

We are accepting abstracts for the 51st Annual Conference on African Linguistics, to be held at Rutgers University, New Brunswick, New Jersey, USA from 05-21-2020 (Thursday) to 05-24-2020 (Sunday). ACAL51 welcomes papers on any area of African linguistics. The general conference will consist of talks, poster sessions, and plenary talks by prominent researchers on African languages.


The deadline for submission is 12-15-2020 (Sunday) at 23:59:59 Eastern Time (UTC-4). Please note that late submissions will not be considered. International participants are urged to submit their abstracts at the earliest date possible because of visa requirements. We plan to notify participants about the outcome of their submission by early February.

Review Process

Abstracts will be subject to blind reviews with special attention paid to originality, quality, and relevance. Twenty minutes will be assigned for each presentation, to be followed by a 10-minute question-and-answer period. Poster presentations will be scheduled at dedicated times; there shall be no simultaneous oral sessions during the poster presentations.

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