15th European Conference on Formal Description of Slavic Languages (FDSL-15) | Call for Papers
Department of Slavic and Hungarian Studies of Humboldt University, Berlin
DisciplinesLinguistics Slavic studies
The Department of Slavic and Hungarian Studies of Humboldt University, Berlin is pleased to announce the 15th European Conference on Formal Description of Slavic Languages (FDSL-15), to be held on October 5–7, 2022. At present, we are aiming to hold the conference in person. We are planning a special session dedicated to Formal approaches to Ukrainian as part of the main conference. Abstracts for the special session should conform to the same guidelines as those for the main session.
Invited speakers: Main session
- Zorica Puškar-Gallien (ZAS)
- Marcin Wągiel (Brno/Wrocław)
Invited speakers: Special session 'Formal approaches to Ukrainian'
- Svitlana Antonyuk (Graz)
- James E. Lavine (Bucknell University)
We invite abstracts for 30-minute presentations (including 10 minutes for discussion) on topics dealing with formal aspects of Slavic syntax, morphology, phonology, semantics, pragmatics, psycholinguistics, and computational linguistics. Abstracts should be anonymous and in pdf format, must not exceed 2 pages (including examples, graphs, references), should have 2.5 cm or 1 inch margins, and be single-spaced, in a font size not smaller than 12 pt. Submissions are restricted to either one single- and one co-authored paper, or two co-authored papers, per individual. Please first log in to Easychair and then submit abstracts via this link, indicating whether the abstract is intended for the main session, the special session, or either.
In line with the current policy of the Humboldt university and of German funding institutions, e.g. the DFG, we have to suspend all cooperations with Russian institutions. Participation as an independent scholar is possible. If you have questions about this, please write an e-mail to the organizers.
(Extended) deadline for abstract submission: May 22, 2022
Notification of acceptance: July 1, 2022
Conference e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
Declaration of solidarity with our colleagues and fellow students in and from Ukraine
The organizing committee of FDSL-15 condemns the aggression against Ukraine and stands in solidarity with all Ukrainians and all people speaking up against this illegitimate war. In particular, we express our support for colleagues and friends in Ukraine and for colleagues and friends whose liberty and safety is threatened because they are standing up against the war.