The 4th annual Usage-Based Linguistics conference, jointly organized by Tel Aviv University and the Hebrew University of Jerusalem, will be held at the Tel Aviv University campus.
The conference aims to bring together researchers who study spoken and written language structure and use from a wide range of perspectives – typological, corpus, developmental, psycholinguistic, interaction-oriented, text-oriented, and computational. This year’s special theme is:
The contribution of real language data to linguistic theories.
We are delighted to have three invited speakers whose work touches on this theme from different perspectives:
- Adele Goldberg (Princeton University)
- Emmanuel Keuleers (Tilburg University)
- Shuly Wintner (Haifa University)
We invite original papers, which adopt a Usage-Based Approach to the study of language,
including both corpus-based and experimental methodologies. We welcome abstracts on any aspect of language structure and use.
Proposals can take one of three formats:
- Oral papers (20 minute talk + 10 minute discussion)
- Symposia, composed of five related 20-minute talks / four related 20-minute talks and a discussion + 20 minutes interactive discussion.
Abstracts are limited to 400 words (excluding title and list of references). Abstracts should be submitted to: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Deadline for submission of abstracts: 1 March 2018.
Notification of acceptance/rejection: 31 March 2018.