The University of Alabama Languages Conference
February 8 – 9, 2019
The organizing committee of the ninth annual University of Alabama Languages Conference is pleased to welcome abstract submissions for this year’s conference entitled “The Words that Shape Us: Language, Culture and Identity” to be held February 8-9, 2019, at Hotel Capstone.
Dr. Manuel Díaz-Campos, Indiana University – Bloomington
|Manuel Díaz-Campos is Professor of Hispanic Sociolinguistics at Indiana University Bloomington. His research interests include first and second language phonological variation and sociolinguistic variables contributing to dialectal variations in Spanish. He is the editor of The Handbook of Hispanic Sociolinguisticsand the author of Introducción a la Sociolingüística Hispánica.|
Dr. Esther Allen, City University of New York
|Esther Allen is Associate Professor in the Ph.D. Programs in French and in Latin American, Iberian and Latino Cultures at City University of New York. She focuses on 19thand 20thcentury French and Latin American literature, anglophone globalization, and translation. She is a 2018 Guggenheim Fellow and chairs the Development Committee of the American Literary Translators Association.|
We invite abstracts about all languages and all areas of Literature and Linguistics, including, but not limited to:
We invite faculty and students to submit proposals for 20-minute presentations as well as organized panels with three or four participants. Suggestions for panels must include each individual presenter’s abstract along with a brief description of the panel theme. Please submit abstracts of no more than 250 words through EasyAbs at http://linguistlist.org/easyabs/UALC2019.
Abstracts themselves should not contain any identifying information. However, please submit the following information for each presenter to the EasyAbs system when uploading the abstract:
- Name, affiliation, and email address
- Title of presentation
- Multimedia requests, if any
The deadline for proposal submission is November 10th, 2018.
Presentations should be given in English, French, German or Spanish.
For Linguistics, preference may be given to submissions whose studies can present results.