The Fourteenth International Conference On The History of The Language Sciences, ICHoLS XIV, will be held from August 28 to September 1 2017 in Paris.
Important dates:March 1st 2016: First announcement for ICHOLS 14 and call for papers
June 30th 2016: Deadline for thematic workshop submission
July 29th 2016:Notification of acceptance (thematic workshop)
October 1st 2016: Deadline for abstract submission (poster, communication)
February 1st - March 1st 2017: Notification of acceptance (poster, communication)
March 1st 2017: Second announcement for ICHOLS 14 and opening of registration
April 30th 2017: Deadline for early-bird registration
Since 1978 ICHoLS conferences have brought together specialists in the discipline every three years. Previous conferences have been held in Ottawa, Lille, Princeton, Trier, Galway, Washington, Oxford, Fontenay-St Cloud (Paris), So Paolo & Campinas, Urbana-Champaign, Potsdam, St Petersburg and Vila Real.
All proposals (for workshops, papers, or posters) concerned with the history, epistemology or historiographical problems of the language sciences are welcome.
We encourage proposals for the organisation of thematic workshops, whether open or closed. These must be sent to the organizing committee before June 30 2016; notification of accepted proposals will be made on July 29 2016 and the topics of open workshops will be advertised on the conference website.
Other proposals (for papers or posters) must be submitted no later than October 1 2016. Notification of accepted proposals will be made on March 1 2017.
Proposals (consisting of a description of a maximum of 400 words, including bibliography) are to be submitted on the conference website (https://ichols14.sciencesconf.org) via a personal space (see How to submit a proposal below).
Proposals are chosen by an international scientific committee (https://ichols14.sciencesconf.org/resource/page/id/6), with the exception of the open workshops, proposals for which are evaluated by the workshop organiser.
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How to submit a proposal
The left of the conference website contains a Submit tab. By following this link you will be able to create your personal account and access the submission form.
It is important to retain your login and password, since the personal space will allow you to track your proposal and also, if it is accepted, to register for the conference and pay the registration fees