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American Research Network in Historical Sociolinguistics (NARNiHS) is
accepting abstracts for its 2020 NARNiHS Research Incubator.
Building on the success of last year's inaugural event, this new kind
of NARNiHS conference seeks to provide a collaborative environment
where presenters bring work that is in-progress, exploratory,
proof-of-concept, prototyping; and the audience actively participates
in the brainstorming and workshopping of those new ideas. We see
the NARNiHS Research Incubator as a place for testing/pushing
boundaries; developing new theories, methods, models, tools; seeking
feedback from peers willing to engage in productive assessment of
fledgling ideas and nascent projects. Successful abstracts for
this research incubator environment will demonstrate thorough
grounding in the field, scientific rigor in the formulation of
research questions, and promise for rich discussion.
NARNiHS welcomes papers in all areas of historical sociolinguistics, which is understood as the application/development of sociolinguistic theories, methods, and models for the study of historical language variation and change over time, or more broadly, the study of the interaction of language and society in historical periods and from historical perspectives. Thus, a wide range of linguistic areas, subdisciplines, and methodologies easily find their place within the field, and we encourage submission of abstracts that reflect this broad scope.
We are soliciting abstracts for 25-minute presentations. Abstracts should be no more than 500 words (not including examples and references). Abstracts will be accepted until 25 November 2019 – late abstracts will not be considered!
Authors should be explicit about which theoretical frameworks, methodological protocols, and analytical strategies are being applied or critiqued; and data sources and examples should be sufficiently (if briefly) presented, so as to allow reviewers a full understanding of the scope and claims of the research. Please note that the connection of your research to the field of historical sociolinguistics should be explicitly outlined in your abstract.
To encourage maximum exchange of ideas in the brainstorming/workshopping environment of the NARNiHS Research Incubator, presentations will be grouped into thematic panels of three presentations, each panel followed by an hour-long discussion with the audience led by specialists. Discussion will encompass specific feedback on the individual papers as well as consideration of overarching questions of theory, methods, and models emerging from the papers. To facilitate such discussion, authors will be required to submit a draft of their presentation materials for distribution to the panel discussants and to the other presenters 10 days prior to the start of the conference.
Abstracts are submitted through the KFLC website (https://kflc.as.uky.edu/):
1) create an account and log in.
2) follow the menu path: Call for Papers > Submit an Abstract.
3) read carefully and follow the general KFLC abstract submission guidelines and instructions.
4) NARNiHS is only accepting individual submissions, so the KFLC instructions regarding pre-organized panels do not apply for the NARNiHS Research Incubator sessions.
5) select the "Linguistics" track and indicate clearly at the very top of your abstract: "NARNiHS Abstract".
*** Note for students ***:
We are able to offer a limited number of stipends to cover conference registration and partial travel costs for student papers accepted for presentation at the 2020 NARNiHS Research Incubator.
The NARNiHS Research Incubator is hosted within the framework of the longstanding conference, KFLC: the Languages, Literatures, and Cultures Conference at the University of Kentucky. The KFLC has a tradition of attracting scholars from a broad range of languages and specializations and is pleased to include historical sociolinguistics in its linguistics division. Acceptance of a paper implies a commitment on the part of all participants to register and attend the conference. All presenters must pay the appropriate registration fee by 1 April 2020 to be included in the program. For NARNiHS-specific questions please contact the program committee for the NARNiHS Research Incubator at: [log in to unmask], http://narnihs.org. For general information about the overall conference please visit the KFLC website: https://kflc.as.uky.edu/.
Josh Brown, University of Wisconsin-Eau
Alexandra D'Arcy, University of Victoria.
Mark Richard Lauersdorf, University of Kentucky.
Joseph Salmons, University of Wisconsin-Madison.
Israel Sanz-Sánchez, West Chester University.
Nandi Sims, The Ohio State University.
Fernando Tejedo-Herrero, University of Wisconsin-Madison.
Donald Tuten, Emory University.
Kelly E. Wright, University of Michigan.