All accepted panels and panel talks will retain their acceptance status. To help us with planning, we will, however, contact panel organizers at a time closer to the new conference dates, asking them to re-confirm with all their panel contributors that they will be able to attend on these new dates, and to re-submit the (holistic) panel abstract in 2022 to ascertain this confirmation.
The International Conference on Language Variation in Europe ICLaVE|11 invites submissions for panels in any and all areas of study related to language variation in European languages, such as sociolinguistics, dialectology, historical linguistics, psycholinguistics, phonetics, etc.
Panels at ICLaVE|11 will have a fixed duration of 3.5 hours, which amounts to 7 slots total (=including introduction and/or discussion session). One slot is 30 minutes (=20min presentation +10min discussion), in order to allow conference participants to switch between sessions.
To submit a panel, please go through our online conference organizing tool ‘Pretalx’.
Panel Organizers should:
The Panel Description consists of a general overview text of no more than 500 words, featuring the panel’s topic and how it relates to the conference theme, as well as the rationale for the panel and its key questions, aims, and objectives.
The conference organizing tool contains a separate field in which Panel Organizers are asked to enter a complete List of Panel Contributors (name, affiliation, title of talk), in the order in which the talks are to be held.
As indicated above, each Panel Contributor must submit an individual abstract for their Panel Talk (max. 500 words) through the conference organizing tool. During abstract submission, Panel Contributors are asked to indicate (in a separate field) the title of the panel with which their talk is affiliated.
Authors may submit two abstracts in total to the conference, if at least one paper is co-authored. (No two submissions by the same author in the same panel.)
Click corresponding links for submission of individual papers, posters or multimedia presentation proposals. (In case ICLaVE|11 should be unable to accommodate a particular panel, contributors are free to submit their papers as individual contributions under these Calls).
We suggest using the LSA's Unified Style Sheet for Linguistics for all submissions: download pdf.