Hispanic Linguistics Symposium 2024: New Horizons in Hispanic Linguistics


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17 al 19/10/2024




The Hispanic Linguistics Symposium is an annual conference with a focus on theoretical and applied linguistics in Spanish and Portuguese. Abstracts for paper presentations or posters are invited on any area of Hispanic linguistics, invites research on aspects of linguistics including (but not limited to): synchronic and diachronic approaches to theoretical linguistics, language acquisition, sociolinguistics, bilingualism, language contact, syntax, dialectology, phonology/phonetics, pragmatics, semantics, applied linguistics, language contact and Spanish in the U.S.

Formal presentations are single authored or co-authored research that contributes to original knowledge to linguistics and its subfields. These are 20-minute presentations followed by a 10-minute question and answer session.

Round Discussions
Roundtable sessions encourage open discussion and dialogue among a group of experts on a specific topic. The session begins with an introduction and welcome from a moderator followed by brief opening statements by the discussants. The core of the roundtable is an open discussion among the participants. Round tables are scheduled for 60 minutes.

A panel discussion is a structured conversation of up to five participants and one moderator. These bring together multiple experts to present their insights, research findings, or perspective on a specific topic. The individual presentations are followed by a discussion session. Panels are 60-90 minutes.

Poster presentations offer a platform for researchers, scholars, and professionals to share their work, gather feedback, and engage in discussions with a diverse audience.

Submission Guidelines
Presentations, roundtable discussions, academic panels, and posters may be delivered in English, Portuguese, or Spanish.
Interested contributors should include a 350-word anonymized abstract in Spanish, English or Portuguese by May 20th. Please indicate for which type of presentation you are submitting.
Authors may submit up to two abstracts, one individual and one co-authored.

Submit a proposal here. You may be prompted to sign up or sign into your DigitalCommons@UNO account.

All proposals due May 20, 2024.