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The 16th China International Conference on Contemporary Linguistics

 

Since 1960s, Sign Linguistics as a sub-discipline of linguistic study has been emerging in many countries, and considerable research has been conducted on sign languages of the world from a variety of perspectives such as phonetics and phonology, syntax, morphology, semantics, language acquisition, psycholinguistics, and neurolinguistics. As is known to all, the modality of sign languages is different from that of spoken languages, the former is visual-gestural while the latter are auditory-oral. Data from sign languages are therefore regarded as a litmus test on how theories of linguistics manifest themselves when the natural languages are organized in the visual-gestural modality. Given the recognition of the importance of Sign Linguistics and the burgeoning interest in sign language research in China, the 16th China International Conference on Contemporary Linguistics is pleased to announce a thematic session on Sign Linguistics on this occasion. There will be an invited talk by Prof. Onno Crasbon, who is renowned for his efforts to develop technology to support sign language documentation, in addition to his other disciplinary research on Sign Linguistics. We also invite abstracts for presentations from any theoretical perspectives that address issues in various subdomains of sign language research, such as:


  Phonetics and phonology

  Morphology

  Syntax

   Semantics and pragmatics

  Acquisition of sign language as a first or second language, including bimodal bilingual acquisition

  Psycholinguistics processing

  Neuroscience and sign languages

  Sign Language Documentation & Corpus linguistics

  Sociolinguistics


Paper submission: Please refer to the guidelines of Paper Submission of the conference.

http://sfl.tongji.edu.cn/mt/dhzw.html