Papers

Authors are invited to submit papers on original, unpublished research for the XI International Congress of ABRALIN in the following modalities: Poster Session, Special Session or Satellite Event. Each author may only submit a maximum of two papers, one of which, in this case, necessarily as a co-author.

You need to be an ABRALIN associate in order to submit a paper to its International Congress. To join ABRALIN, please fill in the membership form at https://goo.gl/qJuR9C. If you have any questions regarding this, please do not hesitate to contact us: abralin50@abralin.org.

Poster Sessions

Poster Sessions are an ideal space for presentations and interactions over a longer period of time, which can lead to longer discussions, and peer-to-peer exchanges. Poster Sessions will last 1 hour. Papers sent to Poster Sessions will be evaluated by the Scientific Committee of the area for which the paper is being submitted.

Special Sessions
 
The purpose of the Special Sessions is to promote advanced discussions on the proposed topics. Special Sessions will last 3 hours in a single session. The session coordinators will select the papers to be presented. Papers submitted to Special Sessions will be evaluated by the organisers of the Special Sessions.
 
Satellites Events
 
In this commemorative edition, the International Congress of ABRALIN will host Satellites Events. These events will function independently, each having its own organising committee. The Satellite Events will take place in the same space of the Congress, during the afternoon. Papers submitted to Satellite Events will be evaluated by the organizers of the Satellite Event. 
 
Paper Format and Submission
 
For paper submissions to Poster Sessions, Special Sessions and Satellite Events, consider the following information:

  1. Only abstracts will be accepted. They must be sent using the registration platform.
  2. Abstracts must contain a title and a minimum of three keywords.
  3. Abstracts must contain a maximum of 4000 characters with space.
  4. If you identify yourself in any way in the abstract, your submission will be rejected without being evaluated.

Abstracts that do not comply with the above guidelines will not be considered.

Dance Linguistics!

Following the tradition of Dance your Ph.D., ABRALIN is offering you the opportunity to show people during the event a video of your paper interpreted in dance form.

How to enter

  1. Turn your paper into a dance;
  2. Record it and post the video on YouTube;
  3. Send us the link by 15 February 2019 at 11:59 PM

The rules

  1. You must submit register in the event and submit the paper as anyone else in order to enter;
  2. You must be part of the dance;
  3. Your paper needs to be accepted for presentation in order for your video to be considered.

The prizes

  1. If your videos is chosen as the winner, it will be feature in a special moment in the event.
  2. You’ll have a cash prize of R$ 1000 and a selection of books from our partner publishing companies.

Special Sessions

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The organisers of ABRALIN50 invite proposals for special sessions covering emerging topics, challenges, interdisciplinary research, or subjects that could foster useful debate in linguistics. The theme of ABRALIN50 is “Linguistics in Contemporaneity: debates, challenges and proposals”. Thus, special sessions proposals related to the theme will be especially welcome. Proposals that are related to the different theoretical areas represented by ABRALIN will also be accepted, though. It is important to note that the purpose of the special sessions is to promote advanced discussions on the proposed topics; for this reason, the participation of experienced researchers in these sessions is encouraged.

Special sessions will be 3 hours long. It is anticipated that these will consist of 10 papers, each 15 minutes long, plus 30 minutes total at the end of the session for discussion; however, organisers can also propose a different format within this time slot. Proponents of special sessions should organize and coordinate them.

Each proposed special session should contain the following information:

  1. The title of the proposed special session;
  2. The name(s) and affiliations of the proposer(s), including contact information and a brief biography of each organizer. The coordination of the symposium should be composed of at most two specialists affiliated to different national or international institutions.
  3. A summary (up to 800 words) of the session topic that describes its importance, details the objective of the special session, and sets out the session’s format. The summary should clearly explain why the topic is better covered in a special session rather than a regular conference session.
  4. A list, if needed, of any extra or non-standard resources required to run the session (for example, equipment, data, poster stands, etc.).
  5. The area of ​​the special session, among those of the scientific committees,

The process of submitting special session proposals and details about their evaluation and implementation are described below:

  • Special session proposers are invited to submit a proposal via email to: abralin50@abralin.org no later than 15 July 2018. Please put “Special Session Proposal” in the subject line.
  • Proposals will be evaluated by the ABRALIN Scientific Committee for relevance and significance. A very restricted number of special sessions will be selected.
  • Notification of acceptance of special session is expected July 30, 2018.
  • Papers submitted to special sessions will go through the same anonymous review process as regular papers, with session organizers assisting in reviewer recruitment and assignment, and in the final paper decisions.
  • Special sessions which do not receive enough accepted papers will be cancelled.
  • Organizers of special sessions should register for the event.

If you have any questions about ABRALIN50’s special sessions, please contact abralin50@abralin.org.

Workshops

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There are opportunities for holding workshops associated with ABRALIN50. We invite those interested in arranging 1h workshops/tutorials to contact the organising committee: abralin50@abralin.org.

Satellite meetings

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There are opportunities for holding satellite meetings associated with ABRALIN50. We invite those interested in arranging a satellite event to contact the organising committee now: abralin50@abralin.org.

Fees

The fees listed below refer to the amount that will be charged on the day of payment and not on the day of registration. A 10% processing fee will be charged at check-out.

Please notice that if you are a foreigner, you do not have to be an ABRALIN member to participate in the event. However, you will have to pay an extra fee in order to do so (R$ 280,00 or approximately U$ 65). The extra fee will be added at the checkout. If you prefer to join ABRALIN, please use our membership system: https://goo.gl/qJuR9C. In case you have any problems or any questions regarding the enrolment, please do not hesitate to contact us: abralin@abralin.org.

To ensure that your work will be included in the final programme, if accepted, you must pay the registration fee until 09/02/2019.

The place in the courses and workshops (Institute) is only guaranteed when the appropriate registration fees is paid. You have two days to pay the registration fee. After that, if you do not pay the the fee, your registration to any course or workshop will be automatically canceled. You’ll receive a 10% discount in case you register in two courses.

Please notice that there no refund for any paid fees.

Categories 16/12/2018 31/01/2019 After 31/01/2019
Undergraduate Students R$ 100 R$ 120 R$ 150
Graduate Students R$ 200 R$ 250 R$ 300
Professionals R$ 300 R$ 400 R$ 500

 

Activities 16/12/2018 31/01/2019 After 31/01/2019
Courses (Each) R$ 100 R$ 120 R$ 130
Workshops (Each) R$ 30 R$ 40 R$ 50