|Full Title:||6th Edition of Journées d'Etudes Toulousaines (JéTou2017)|
|Start Date:||18-May-2017 - 19-May-2017|
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|Meeting Description:||JéTou (Journées d'études Toulousaines) is an international conference for young researchers bringing together Master's and PhD students, as well as young researchers having defended their thesis less than 3 years ago, working in different areas of Linguistics.
The 6th edition is organized by PhD students from three research centers at the Toulouse University, France : CLLE-ERSS, LERASS-CPST and Octogone-Lordat.
The topic chosen for this edition is ''Interfaces in Linguistics''.
Linguistics is becoming an increasingly interdisciplinary field of study. This is not surprising since different levels of language structure (syntax, prosody, morphology, etc) constantly interact, and language also interfaces with numerous other forms of human activity. The goal of the JéTou 2017 conference is to bring together young researchers working on different types of interdisciplinarity in and around linguistics. We therefore welcome all submissions that integrate two or more scientific subfields in order to address relevant linguistic issues. These works can explore the interfaces between different fields of theoretical linguistics (phonetics, phonology, morphology, syntax, semantics, discourse), the interaction of theoretical linguistics with other language-related fields (language acquisition, language learning, language teaching, translation studies, semiology, etc.), or the interfaces between language studies in general and other sciences such as psychology, neuroscience, sociology, anthropology, computer science, etc.
The goal of the JéTou2017 is to open new perspectives for interdisciplinary research and collaboration. The conference will be an excellent occasion to ask questions, discuss issues and exchange ideas between peers.
|Linguistic Subfield:||General Linguistics|
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