Info for Presenters

- Synchronic and diachronic grammatical analyses: Synchronic and diachronic analyses of grammatical phenomena based on usage or experimental data are welcome. We especially encourage analyses of spontaneous conversational data, fieldwork data, and sign languages.

- Sociolinguistics and sociology of language: We invite qualitative and quantitative research comparing written and spoken language, critical discourse analysis and work in speakers' behavior from the point of view of pragmatics. Theoretical and methodological discussions of different approaches on the basis of specific examples are also welcome. Presentation time for papers will be 20 minutes followed by 10 minutes of discussion. Authors of posters will be given a 1 minute speaking slot to briefly introduce their presentations.