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Arizona Linguistics Circle Conference

The Arizona Linguistics Circle (ALC) is a graduate-student-run conference held every year since 2007 at the University of Arizona. Every ALC has a different theme, which is chosen with the intent of fostering deeper investigation into a particular area of inquiry. However, papers from all areas of linguistics are always welcome. Our goal is to provide a welcoming yet constructive environment for linguistic inquiry and the dissemination of new and continuing linguistic research.

ALC15: Remote Linguistics: Experimentation, Fieldwork and Collection Methods in an Uncertain World will take place on October 15 to 17, 2021. We look forward to welcoming Amy Fountain (Arizona), Ted Gibson (MIT), and Benjamin Munson (Minnesota) for plenary sessions scheduled throughout the conference. Please visit the conference website for more information. Visit our EasyChair page for more details on abstract submissions and deadlines.



Past ALC conferences:

2021 ALC15

2020 ALC 14