The 11th International Conference on Austroasiatic Linguistics (ICAAL11) will be hosted by Chiang Mai University (Thailand) October 26-27, 2023. The conference will be held entirely online, via Zoom.
call for papers:
We invite abstracts on any aspect of Austroasiatic languages and linguistics to be submitted by August 29, 2023 to [email protected]. Abstracts should be not longer than 500 words, including examples, but excluding references, written in 11 point Times New Roman, must not exceed one A4 page in total, and must be submitted without any reference to authors’ names.
While the conference will be held exclusively online, Chiang Mai University will provide a seminar room for informal public viewing/presenting for people in the area who want to join on campus.
A registration fee of Australian $40 (or equivalent) will be collected from all presenters to cover infrastructure for live streaming and archiving, as well as ongoing maintenance of the icaal.net website. There will be no charge for non-presenting participants, although you are requested to register as a non-presenting participant before the meeting by sending an email request to <[email protected]>.
Presenters can pay their registration by PayPal to <[email protected]>; if you do not have a PayPal account you can pay by credit card via a PayPal invoice, just send a request for an invoice to <[email protected]>. If payment is still problematic, we will negotiate a suitable alternate arrangement.
Notifications of acceptance will be sent out by September 15, 2023.
Memorial tribute for Gérard diffloth
Video: To memorialize the life and scholarship of Gérard, you are invited to prepare a 2 or 3 minute video commentary on your memories and reflections of our recently departed colleague. These will be edited together and presented in the ICAAL program by Uma Pappuswamy. Please send your tribute video to Uma at <[email protected]> by October 6, 2023 (and CC to <[email protected]> at the same time).
Volume: In conjunction with the tribute presentation, an edited tribute volume for Gerard will also be proposed and contributions invited. If you would like to participate in this project as writer and/or editor, please email <[email protected]> to register your interest.