Dear IACL-15 and NACCL-19 participants,
- To process your abstracts smoothly and respond to your inquiries in a timely manner, please send us your abstract and other forms or inquiries (including lodging) separately. Send your final version abstract to firstname.lastname@example.org. Please write “final version abstract” as your email subject and mark the subject field of your abstract such as syntax, phonology, discourse, etc.. Send your housing reservation form and other inquiries to email@example.com.
- If you choose to stay in one of the hotels near the Newark international airport, please send us a note. We need to know the number of participants who stay there in order to arrange the transportation between the hotels and Columbia University.
- Please be advised, you must be a current member of IACL in order to present a paper at the conference. Information about membership issues are list at the following website: http://www.usc.edu/schools/college/ealc//IACL/memberLogin.php
2006 members need to renew their 2007 membership. Members can update their info. there anytime by themselves.
New applications are available at:
Payments can be made to IACL at USC or the regional representatives.
Prof. Rint Sybesma < R.P.E.Sybesma@let.leidenuniv.nl > --- Europe (except England)
Prof. Ik-sang Eom <firstname.lastname@example.org> --- Korea
Prof. Ray Iwata <email@example.com> --- Japan
Prof. Shi Feng <firstname.lastname@example.org> --- China
Prof. Niina Zhang <email@example.com> --- Taiwan
- We won’t have a complete conference program until after the deadline for confirming your participation, which is April 15. But a very sketchy schedule can be provided here.
May 24, participants arrive in New York.
May 25, Morning, opening ceremony, key-note speech, panel
Afternoon: panel presentation discussion
Evening: IACL executive committee meeting
May 26, Day, panel presentation and discussion
May 27, Morning, key-note speech and closing ceremony
Thanks for your attention.
IACL-15 and NACCL-19 Organizer