64th Language at Edinburgh lunch
The Language@Edinburgh Lunch is a bi-monthly opportunity to present your work to an interdisciplinary audience in an intimate and feedback-rich setting, all while enjoying a buffet lunch.
Posters by both postgraduate students and academic staff are welcome on any area of human language research - including all sub-fields of linguistics, philosophy of language, natural language processing, psycholinguistics, and any other language related discipline. Reporting on work in progress is equally welcome.
If you would like to present your language-related research, please email us with a title and an abstract by Wednesday, 10th October, and a digital version (pdf) of your poster by Monday, 15th October, which we will print for you and you will get to take home at the end.
Please send the abstracts, posters and other enquiries to:
We would ask you to mind these few guidelines when preparing your abstract:
- aim at about 100-300 words in length (including any example sentences and references)
- if linguistic examples are glossed, they should follow the common Leipzig Glossing Rules
- the abstract may be sent within an email message or as an attachment (doc/docx or txt are fine)
- if not using plain text, kindly refrain from using formatting that is prone to causing errors or getting lost between conversions (e.g., tabs, small caps; automatic indentation, bullets and numbering).
Language at Edinburgh Lunch committee
Joachim Fainberg, Andres Karjus, Madeleine Long, Joana Ribeiro, Eva-Maria Schnelten
The Language at Edinburgh Lunch is made possible through funding from the School of Philosophy, Psychology and Language Sciences and the Human Communication Research Centre, with the intent to facilitate interdisciplinary language research at the University of Edinburgh.