SLISE (Spanish Linguistics in the Southeast) / SLINKI (Spanish Linguistics in North Carolina) 14 (SLISESLINKI)

Feb. 16, 2024 - Feb. 17, 2024

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We are excited to announce that the 14th SLISE (Spanish Linguistics in the Southeast) and SLINKI (Spanish Linguistics in North Carolina) conference will be hosted at College of Charleston in Charleston, South Carolina on Saturday, February 17, 2024!

We invite abstracts for 20-minute presentations and for poster presentations in any area related to Hispanic Linguistics. While the focus of the conference is on work by researchers in the Southeast or related to Spanish in the Southeast, we welcome submissions from researchers across the country. Sessions will be held throughout the day while there will be a poster session will be held between sessions.

We are also honored to announce that Dr. Jim Michnowicz, Professor of Hispanic Linguistics at North Carolina State University, will deliver a Plenary Talk on Friday, February 16!

Important Dates

Submission deadline: WE HAVE EXTENDED THE ABSTRACT SUBMISSION DEADLINE! Please submit your abstract by Friday, December 1, 2023 11:59 pm EST
Notification of acceptance: Friday, December 15, 2023
Conference date: Saturday, February 17, 2024

Conference website: https://sites.google.com/view/sliseslinki14/home?authuser=0

Please, use our EASYABS portal to submit your abstract by Friday, December 1, 2023. Submissions via email will not be considered.

Questions? Please contact Dr. Ezequiel Durand-L√≥pez at [email protected]

Submission instructions:

All abstracts, which may be submitted in either English or Spanish, should not exceed 400 words in length (excluding examples, references and figures). While priority will be given to studies presenting concrete results, we also extend consideration to studies with expected outcomes.

Review Criteria

Our panel of expert reviewers will choose abstracts based on the following criteria:

Originality - Does the research make a significant contribution to the field of Hispanic Linguistics?
Academic rigor - Are the background, rationale, prior research, and models clearly described? Are specific models being tested? Is the motivation for the study related to just filling a gap in the field, or does the study exhibit a robust foundation in theoretical motivation?
Study Design: Is the methodology (participants, materials, statistical analyses) described in detail?
Measurable Outcome: What is the stage of the research? Are results available?
Presentation: Is the writing clear? Is it appropriately organized? Is the length appropriate?

(Please note that EasyAbs does not send an email acknowledgment of receipt of your abstract.)

Submissions open: Sept. 12, 2023 - Dec. 1, 2023

Abstract review period: Dec. 1, 2023 - Dec. 15, 2023

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