To offer something unique for the global linguistics community, GLOW 44 will feature a an entirely new flavour of main session talk, to provoke high level discussion and theorizing: targeted collaborative debates. Targeted collaborative debates are joint talks that present contrasting analytical proposals to a particular concrete empirical problem, in any area of linguistics. Traditional research contributions are also sought, to be presented and discussed in synchronous and asynchronous online media, including in a synchronous flash talk session. Please read more about the format of GLOW 44 and its motivation.
Abstracts for both types of contributions are due December 15. See the Call for Papers.
Future GLOW Meetings are projected to be physical:
- Spring 2022 Queen Mary, University of London
- Spring 2023 University of Vienna