Deadline Tomorrow! Submit to undergrad conference at MULS (in Minnesota)

Title: Minnesota Undergraduate Linguistics Symposium 2019
Short Title: MULS
Date: 13-Apr-2019 – 13-Apr-2019
Location: Minneapolis, MN, USA
Contact Person: Katherine Redetzke
Meeting Email:
Web Site:

Linguistic Field(s): General Linguistics
Call Deadline: 22-Feb-2019
Meeting Description:
The Minnesota Undergraduate Linguistics Symposium (MULS) is dedicated to promoting the study of linguistics by undergraduates in Minnesota and surrounding states by sharing exemplary undergraduate research and fostering a dialogue between students of linguistics and other language-related topics across various institutions.

2nd Call for Papers: The deadline for submission is February 22 at 11:59pm CT.

We are pleased to accept papers for the sixth annual Minnesota Undergraduate Linguistics Symposium (MULS), which will be held on April 13, 2019 on the University of Minnesota Twin Cities campus in Minneapolis, MN.

The event will consist of both oral and poster presentations. Oral presentations will be 15 minutes with 5 minutes for questions afterwards. Poster presentations will occur simultaneously during the afternoon poster session.

If you are interested in participating in MULS, please prepare an abstract following these general guidelines:

500 words, minimum 11 point font, Times New Roman, single spaced, with a second page for graphs, figures and references. Examples should be interspersed in the text.

The deadline for submission is February 22 at 11:59pm CT.

For abstract submission visit:

If you are interested in learning more about MULS, please email us at

3rd Canadian Linguistics Undergraduate Symposium

On behalf of the Concordia and McGill Linguistics student association, we would like to invite your students to our 3rd annual Canadian Linguistics Annual Undergraduate Symposium (CLAUSE) that will be taking place on Saturday, March 16, 2019, at Concordia University in Montreal, Québec.

The Concordia Linguistics Student Association (LSA), in conjunction with The Society of Linguistics Undergraduates of McGill (SLUM), are happy to present the third Canadian Linguistics Annual Undergraduate Symposium (CLAUSE̥) to be hosted at Concordia University. The mandate of CLAUSE̥ is to provide a venue for linguistic undergraduates to showcase their original research, and to foster academic dialogue and networks between undergraduates from different schools. Finally, CLAUSE̥ aims to encourage undergraduate linguists to pursue original research while building a research and presentation portfolio. CLAUSE̥ is open to the presentation of any topic pertinent to the study of linguistics.

Submit your best original research before February 22nd! All we need is a short abstract (suggested 500 words). Tell us what you’re working on currently, or a recent project you’re proud of.

You can submit your work at:

If you have any questions, comments, or suggestions for CLAUSE̥, please reach out

You may also find us on Facebook:

Ekaterini Tsoraidis
VP External

 Concordia Linguistics Student Association
1455 Boulevard de Maisonneuve West
Fourth floor, room 400.01
Montréal, QC H3G 1M8

HULLS 9 (at Hunter College) Call for Abstracts!

Hello everyone,

We hope you’re all enjoying your semester so far!

We’re very proud to announce that our Linguistics Conference, HULLS, will be happening on Friday, May 3rd and Saturday, May 4th! More details to come!

That being said, we are now accepting submissions for this year’s HULLS conference and details regarding how to do so can be found below!

CALL FOR ABSTRACTS: The Ninth Annual Hunter Linguistics and Language Studies Conference (HULLS)!

HULLS 9 is set to take place on May 3rd and 4th, 2019. For HULLS, The Hunter College Linguistics Association welcomes abstracts of original research from all areas of linguistics and language studies. Submissions will be accepted from undergraduate students currently enrolled in a degree-granting institution or recent graduates. Talks will be allotted 10-15 minutes with a 5-minute question/discussion period.

 Abstracts are limited to 350 words. An abstract should clearly present a thesis, a clear description of the topic, methods, and conclusions. For any questions regarding abstracts, please email us at

Abstracts should be sent to by midnight on Friday, March 15th. The abstract should be sent as both text in the body of the email as well as a .pdf attachment. The attached file should not contain the name(s) of the author(s). In addition, the following information should be included in the body of the message:

– Paper title

– Author(s)

– Affiliation

– Email address of each author

If you are a linguistics or language educator, please be sure to tell your students about HULLS!

We look forward to reading your submissions!

Fatima Tariq, President
Lameece Mustafa, Vice President
Kimberly Martinez, Treasurer
Chloe Pecorino, Secretary