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GURT 2012: Call for papers, posters or colloquium proposals
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When: 10/14/2011
Where: Georgetown University
Washington, District of Columbia 
United States
Contact: Jeffrey Connor-Linton
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Measured Language:Quantitative Approaches to Acquisition, Assessment, Processing and Variation

March 8-11, 2012

Georgetown University Round Table on Languages and Linguistics 2012 (GURT 2012) will be held at Georgetown University, Washington, DC. The conference entitled "Measured Language: Quantitative Approaches to Acquisition, Assessment, Processing and Variation" will take place from March 8th to 11th of 2012

GURT 2012 will bring together researchers presenting replicable methodologies for quantitatively analyzing different facets of language, with an emphasis on sharing and incorporating perspectives and findings across a diverse range of linguistic inquiry. Proposals will be blind reviewed for their originality, quality, and breadth of relevance. In addition, colloquium proposals will be evaluated for the coherence and complementarity of their individual presentations.

Papers and Posters

Individual Papers: 20 minutes with a 10 minute discussion period.
Poster presentations: Displayed for a 2 hour block of time.
You may submit your abstract for a paper or poster by cutting and pasting your abstract into the Abstract Box through our submission interface. Paper and poster abstracts should be limited in length to 400 words with a 150 word program summary.


Colloquia are scheduled for 2 hour blocks. Organizers may choose to participate in the session as a presenter or discussant. Colloquium organizers should upload a Word (doc or docx) file containing:

    1) A 400 word abstract for the colloquium and a 150 word program summary for the colloquium.
    2) The schedule for the colloquium, with time allocated for opening and closing remarks, presentations, discussion, and audience response.
    3) A 400 word abstract and a 150 word program summary for each colloquium paper/participant.

To submit a paper, poster or colloquium proposal, please CLICK HERE.

Submission deadline is October 14, 2011

Visit the GURT 2012 website to submit proposals and for more information.

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