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国际中国语言学学会（International Association of Chinese Linguistics）第23届年会暨第一届韩汉语言学国际学术会议（ International Symposium on Sino-Korean Linguistics ）将于2015年6月19日至6月21日在韩国汉阳大学召开。会议诚挚邀请世界各地从事汉语语言学诸领域研究的专家、同仁踊跃参加；本次会议也欢迎提交韩汉语言学研究论文。
英文：请用标准的Times New Roman字体，12号字体
4.请于邮件标题处写上YSA，并在邮件中注明以下内容： 论文题目、所属研究领域、作者姓名、职称（并注明2015年时的年龄）、所属单位、 电子邮件地址
请于邮件标题处写上“MJH”。其他一切要求均与上面公布的YSA要求相同，请按其要求准备。请特别注意， MJH 奖只颁发给汉语历史音韵学领域的论文。
IACL-23 & ISSKL-1
Abstract Submission Deadline: December 15, 2014
Conference Dates: June 19-21, 2015
Hanyang University, Seoul, Korea
We are inviting abstracts and/or papers addressing any fields of Chinese linguistics or linguistic studies of languages in China. We especially welcome those works representing Diverse perspectives on Chinese linguistics in the world, which is the theme of IACL23. In addition, as IACL23 will be held jointly with the ISSKL-1, we also encourage scholars to submit works on Sino-Korean linguistics.
Call for Abstracts (oral presentations & poster sessions)
Each oral presentation will be 15 minutes, followed by a 5-minute discussion. Submissions are limited to one individual and one joint abstract per author. Those abstracts which do not qualify for oral presentations will be automatically considered for poster presentations during the blind review process.
Abstracts should be in MS Word DOC format, or in PDF if special fonts (such as IPA) are used.
Abstracts should be written in English for presentations in English, or in Chinese for presentations in Chinese:
For English: Please use standard Times New Roman font, size 12 pt
For Chinese: Please use Song font (宋体) or SimSun, size ‘small 4’ or 12 pt
All non-standard fonts should be embedded in the document.
Abstracts are limited to one page (using 2.5 cm or 1 inch margins on all sides), including examples and (selected) references.
Two copies of an abstracts should be submitted:
(1) one anonymous (with title only)
(2) another with title and personal information such as name(s), academic rank, institution(s), and email address(s). This second abstract should include a subcategory (such as phonetics, phonology, morphology, syntax, historical linguistics, sociolinguistics, applied linguistics, Sino-Korean linguistics, etc.)
Abstracts should be submitted to the conference email address: email@example.com
Please include the word ABSTRACT in the subject line of the e-mail.
In the body of the email message, please include
name(s) of author(s),
an e-mail address.
Please name the file in the following way:
For single-authored papers: LastName_FirstName.pdf
For co-authored papers: LastName_FirstName_co.pdf (list only the first author)
(For example, Wang Xiaomei would name her file as Wang_Xiaomei.pdf,
or Wang_Xiaomei_co.pdf for a co-authored paper)
Abstracts should be submitted no later than December 15, 2014. The result will be announced around February 10, 2015. Non-IACL members must join IACL by March 10, 2015 to be eligible to present at the conference.
Call for Papers (IACL competitions: YSA, MJH, IRA)
The Young Scholar Award (YSA)
The YSA competition is an innovative attempt by the IACL to promote, recognize, and encourage scholarship by young scholars. It is held once a year in conjunction with the IACL annual conference.
A maximum of 5 (normally 2-4) 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.
35 years of age or below as of the year of the conference.
Current rank below that of Associate Professor in the Chinese and American university systems, and below that of Senior Lecturer in the British system.
Previous award winners are not allowed to re-enter the competition.
IACL membership: Non-members must join the IACL within 30 days of notice of acceptance.
Each participant is required to submit a full paper of not more than 25 pages (double-spaced) in length.
All submissions for the YSA competition must be original papers that have not been published or accepted for publication, nor presented at a major conference and to appear in its proceedings.
A paper submitted to a previous IACL conference cannot be resubmitted.
Please submit (1) the abstract, (2) the full paper directly to the conference email address (firstname.lastname@example.org), and include the word YSA in the subject line of the submission email.
In the body of the email message, please include:
subcategory (e.g., syntax, phonology, Sino-Korean linguistics)
author’s name ,
author’s age as of 2015,
affiliation and academic rank, and
The abstract and the full paper should be submitted no later than December 15, 2014. The results will be announced around February 10, 2015. Those who are selected as finalists for IACL competitions must submit proof of their age and rank to be included in the program.
Mantaro J. Hashimoto (MJH) Award for Chinese Historical Phonology
This new award is 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.
Include “MJH” in the subject line of the submission email. 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 MJH submissions must deal specifically with the area of historical phonology.
The Interdisciplinary Research Award (IRA)
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 this Interdisciplinary Research Award.
Include “IRA” in the subject line of the submission email.
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, morphosyntax, syntax-semantics.), studies which combine diachronic and synchronic approaches, those that combine methodologies from different frameworks (e.g., formal, functional, typological), or those that combine linguistics and other disciplines (e.g., literature, anthropology, sociology, psychology, computer science).