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                “程度與語法:東亞語言的他们的子孙能上阵打仗的視角”征稿啟事
                作者:  日期:2018-8-30

                “程度與語法:東你用东风打破他施的船只亞語言的視角”國際①學術研討會

                征稿啟事

                2019316-17日,中國 南京大學)

                 

                International Workshop on Degrees and Grammar: An East Asian Perspective (DeG 2019)

                (March 16-17, 2019, Nanjing University, China)

                Call for Papers

                 

                征稿啟事:https://linguistlist.org/issues/29/29-3307.html

                https://easychair.org/cfp/DeG2019

                投稿地址:https://easychair.org/account/signin.cgi?timeout=1;key=76752706.J3N999Kd7AxbwMu0

                 

                 

                General description

                 

                Degree Semantics has received much momentum in recent years. Findings in this framework have not only shaped the development of linguistic theory (esp. that of natural language semantics), but also deepened our understanding of a number of core phenomena in natural languages, such as gradability, comparison, modification, exclamation, etc. (cf. Cresswell 1976; von Stechow 1984; Kennedy 1999; Kennedy & McNally 2005, among countless others). Recently, much attention has been paid to (i) the ontology of degrees, and (ii) the cross-linguistic variation of degree semantics (e.g., how the presence/absence of degree abstraction explains the cross-linguistic variation in comparison constructions) (Grosu & Landman 1998; Moltmann 2009; Beck et al. 2009; Scontras 2017; among many others). Inspired by these findings, this workshop aims to bring together current research on gradability, comparison, and degree modification from a cross-linguistic perspective, with a focus on Chinese and other east Asian languages (such as Japanese, Korean, Vietnamese, etc.).

                 

                Selected papers presented at the workshop will be published in a special issue of Language and Linguistics, an SSCI and A&HCI indexed journal, on the proviso that the papers satisfy the publication standard of the journal (for more about the publication policy, review procedure & other information of Language and Linguistics, please visit http://www.ling.sinica.edu.tw/LL/en/News).

                 

                ***本次會議宣讀論文,經過篩選後,將以∞專刊形式發表於Language and LinguisticsSSCIA&HCI收錄)(暫定為第20卷第4期,202010月出版)***

                 


                Call for Papers

                 

                This workshop aims to bring together researchers working at the forefront of research on degree semantics with an empirical focus on Chinese and other east Asian languages (e.g., Korean, Japanese, Vietnamese, etc.). We invite submissions from the fields of syntax and semantics. Submissions from other subfields of linguistics or perspectives (e.g., experimental linguistics) that address the nature of gradability, comparison, and the role of degree in grammar from a cross-linguistic perspective are also welcome.


                Confirmed keynote speakers (in alphabetical order)

                 

                Prof. Christopher Kennedy (William H. Colvin professor, Department of Linguistics, The University of Chicago)

                Prof. Andrew Koontz-Garboden ( Professor & Head, Department of Linguistics and English Language, University of Manchester)

                Prof. Jo-wang Lin (Distinguished Research Fellow & Director, Institute of Linguistics, Academia Sinica)

                Prof. Niina Ning Zhang (Chair professor, Graduate Institute of Linguistics, National Chung Cheng University)

                 

                Important dates

                 

                Conference dates: March 16-17, 2019

                Abstract submission deadline: November 30, 2018 (Beijing standard time)

                Notification of acceptance: January 15, 2019

                 

                Guidelines for abstract submission

                 

                -Abstracts should be anonymous, and should not exceed two pages (A4, 10 points, singe-spaced) (including example and references).

                - Abstract should clearly state research questions, approach, method, data and (expected) results, if any.

                - Successful candidates will be invited for a 30 minute presentation.

                - Please submit abstracts via Easychair. Other submissions will be not be accepted. Submit via easychair:

                 

                Publication

                 

                Selected papers presented at the workshop will be published in a special issue of Language and Linguistics, an SSCI and A&HCI indexed journal, on the proviso that the papers satisfy the publication standard of the journal (for more about the publication policy, review procedure & other information of Language and Linguistics, please visit ).

                 

                Conference organizers

                 

                Qiongpeng Luo* (*: convener) (School of Liberal Arts, Nanjing University)

                Zhiguo Xie (Department of East Asian Languages and Literatures, The Ohio State University)

                Xiao Li (Queen’s College, City University of New York)

                 

                Should you have any questions, please feel free to contact the organizes via email qpluo@nju.edu.cn at any time.

                 

                 

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