ICLaVE|11: Change to online-only event

The members of the lCLaVE|11 local organizing committee have taken the final decision to change ICLaVE|11 from an on-site to an online-only event. As evident from our past communication, we have been very reluctant to take this step, and we have for the longest time stuck to our dearest wish to host you all in Vienna in person. But the Coronavirus would have it otherwise. Thank you for bearing with us, and here’s to a great ICLaVE|11 online in April! - The Organizing Committee

Call for Papers

Individual paper submission is now closed.

The original Call for Individual Paper Submissions is featured below.

ICLaVE|11 welcomes submissions for individual paper presentations (Deadline: 30 September 2021)

Scholars working on language variation and change of European languages and varieties in areas such as sociolinguistics, dialectology, historical linguistics, sociology of language, psycholinguistics, language perception, and language psychology are invited to submit their proposals on any relevant aspect of variation in language use and/or the linguistic system. 

Individual papers will be 20 minutes each, followed by a 10-minute discussion. Abstracts should not exceed 500 words, excluding title and references. Abstracts should provide information on the topic, data, methodology, and theoretical framework(s) of the contribution. 

Click corresponding links for submission of individual posters or multimedia presentation proposals.

You can click here to proceed with the submission of your paper abstract. [Link now defunct.]

(Click here to download a tutorial for ICLaVE|11 submissions)

We suggest using the LSA's Unified Style Sheet for Linguistics for all submissions: download pdf.

Please note: Authors may submit two abstracts in total to the conference, if at least one paper is co-authored.