第三届亚太语料库语言学大会暨第三届中国语料库语言学大会将于2016年10月21日至23日在北京航空航天大学举行。 The 3rd Asia Pacific Corpus Linguistics Conference (APCLC2016) and The 3rd Corpus Linguistics in China Conference (CLIC2016) will be held at Beihang University, Beijing, China from 21 to 23 October 2016.
Call for papers
The Third Asia Pacific Corpus Linguistics Conference (APCLC 2016)
Beihang University, Beijing, China
21 – 23 October, 2016
About APCLC 2016
APCLC 2016 is the third of the Asia Pacific Corpus Linguistics Conference series under the auspices of Asia Pacific Corpus Linguistics Association. It is going to be held at Beihang University, Beijing, China from 21 to 23 October 2016. We wish to bring together corpus researchers on different lines in the Asia-Pacific region and other parts of the globe for a reunion, to discuss issues of interest and to exchange ideas and methods for research in this fast changing discipline. The whole event consists of a pre-conference workshop and the main conference which comprises special symposiums and concurrent sessions
Pre-conference workshop: The main conference will be preceded by a workshop day on 21 October 2016, run by Tony McEnery and Michael Barlow and colleagues.
Conference themes: The central theme isCorpus research moving forward and beyond, with the following sub-themes.
1) New technologies and methods in Corpus research
2) Cross-fertilisations in corpus research
3) Corpora and cross-linguistic and -cultural studies
4) Corpora and discourse studies
5) Corpora and language acquisition and learning
6) Corpora and lexicography and translation
30 May: Deadline for abstract submission
30 July: Notification of acceptance
20 August: End of early bird registration
20 September: End of main registration
21 October: Pre-conference workshop
22-23 October: Main conference
24 October: Cultural tour in Beijing
We are happy to announce that the following linguists have agreed to deliver plenary talks:
Monika Bednarek (University of Sydney, Australia)
Susan Hunston (University of Birmingham, UK)
Maocheng Liang (Beijing Foreign Studies University, China)
Tony McEnery (University of Lancaster, UK)
Ute Römer (Georgia State University, USA)
All abstracts should be written in English, in the stylistic format suggested in theAPCLC 2016 abstract template, and restricted within the length of 300 words, including references. Abstracts should be sent directly to APCLC3@hotmail.com no later than30 May 2016(the deadline). All received abstracts will be reviewed by two experts each before a decision is made. Contributors will be notified of acceptance or otherwise of their abstracts by 30 July 2016.
Visitthe official site of the APCLC2016 conference.
N.B.: A special session on corpus-based Chinese studies will be arranged during the APCLC2016. For this session, Chinese submissions are welcome, and the presentations will be delivered in Chinese.