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Konferencje i wydarzenia - Young linguists' meeting in poznań

Slawomir Wacewicz - 2008-12-07, 21:17
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Young linguists' meeting in poznań



welcome note

Young Linguists' Meeting in Poznań (YLMP) is a conference organised by and for young linguists who appreciate the significance of interdisciplinary research and therefore want to go beyond the traditional branches of linguistics. We believe that the connection between linguistics and other fields of study, such as psychology or sociology, is both crucial and pervasive. Our goal is to present the advantages of an integrated approach and emphasize its importance for contemporary linguistic research.

The interdisciplinarity of the conference is expressed in its leitmotif, which is "Linguistics: A separate branch or an integrated field of science? Recent trends in linguistic research".

The meeting is intended to be the first of a series of annual meetings. It is meant as a forum for discussion for all those who are interested in language and its connections with other fields of modern science. The idea comes from M.A. student Łukasz Pakuła, who is currently collaborating with members of the IFA staff and his fellow students, Małgorzata Trojan and Dorota Jaworska, in the organisation of YLMP.

Slawomir Wacewicz - 2009-02-11, 13:58

Young Linguists' Meeting in Poznań 2009

2nd Call for Papers

YLMP2009, 24–26 April 2009, Poznań, Poland


YLMP2009 2nd Call for Papers

We are happy to announce that the Young Linguists' Meeting in Poznań (YLMP2009) will take place on 24–26 April 2009 in Poznań, Poland. The Meeting will be organised by the School of English, Adam Mickiewicz University, Poznań.


The leitmotif of the YLMP2009 will be "Linguistics: A separate branch or an integrated field of science? Recent trends in linguistic research". Proposals of papers related to this main theme, as well as to other fields of modern linguistics, are invited.

The conference is addressed to students who are enrolled in a Ph.D., M.A. or B.A. program or are M.A. holders and do not have a Ph.D. degree awarded at the moment of abstract submission.

The deadline for abstract submission has been postponed to 22nd February 2009.

The abstract should be sent as an attachment to ylmp@ifa.amu.edu.pl, in either of the following formats: pdf (preferred), doc, docx and odt.

Abstract requirements:

>the required font is TimesNewRoman; font size: 12
>it should be no longer than 300 words
>sources need to be properly acknowledged
>the author's name should be placed in the right upper corner
>supervisor's recommendation is required (does not apply to Ph.D. students)

The suggested research areas for block sessions are as follows:

>psycholinguistics / neurolinguistics / clinical linguistics
>cognitive linguistics
>language and meaning
>language and technology
>language teaching methodology

We are also planning to organise a grammar session. However, final decisions regarding the session will depend on the number of prospective participants willing to take part in it.


Each paper will be given 30 minutes, including 10 minutes for discussion.

The language of the conference is English.

Apart from block sessions, there will also be plenary lectures, delivered by our keynote speakers.

The keynote speakers already confirmed are:

Prof. Kenneth Hugdahl, University of Bergen
Prof. Miriam Meyerhoff, University of Edinburgh
Prof. Patrick Hanks, Masaryk University

We are also planning to organise thematic workshops devoted to the following fields:

>neurolinguistics/clinical linguistics


>corpus linguistics

>language teaching methodology


Workshops already confirmed:

· The workshop in neurolinguistics will be conducted by dr Monika Połczyńska (Adam Mickiewicz University), prof. Kanneth Hugdahl (University of Bergen and Haukeland University Hospital), prof. Anna Cieślicka (Adam Mickiewicz University) and dr Karolina Rataj (Adam Mickiewicz University).

· Mr. Michał Jankowski, MA (Adam Mickiewicz University) will hold a workshop in bilingual lexicography.

· Prof. Patrick Hanks (Masaryk University) will organize a workshop in corpus linguistic: Corpus Pattern Analysis: a new approach to the analysis of verb argument structure.

· Prof. Miriam Meyerhoff (University of Edinburgh) and Dr Joanna Pawelczyk (Adam Mickiewicz University) will organize a workshop in sociolinguistics.

More detailed information about the workshops can be found on our website.

Important dates

Main submission deadline for abstracts: 22 February 2009

Notification of acceptance for abstracts: 13 March 2009


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