Here’s a link to another conference that might be of interest:
The 3rd Linguistic Conference for Doctoral Students will take place at Heidelberg University, Germany from 05.-06. April 2013. The overarching topic of the conference will be: “Interdisciplinary Perspectives on Language, Discourse, and Culture.” The deadline for submissions is 15 February.
I’ve included the Call for Papers below (The Call for Papers can also be downloaded here):
3rd Linguistic Conference for Doctoral Students: Interdisciplinary Perspectives on Language, Discourse, and Culture
Universität Heidelberg, April 5th and 6th, 2013
We cordially invite you to the 3rd Linguistic Conference for Doctoral Students (“Sprachwissenschaftliche Tagung für Promotionsstudierende”, STaPs), which will be held on April 5th and 6th, 2013 at Heidelberg University. The overarching topic of the conference will be
Interdisciplinary Perspectives on Language, Discourse, and Culture.
We warmly invite doctoral students at all stages in their graduate work and of every linguistic field and discipline to present their projects and to exchange ideas and network with other doctoral students.
Additionally, the 3rd STaPs is explicitly directed towards interested doctoral students in all other areas of the humanities, social sciences, and cultural sciences who would like to discuss the role of language, discourse, and culture in their doctoral projects in an interdisciplinary setting.
The conference provides doctoral students the opportunity to present specific aspects or current challenges within their projects in problem-oriented talks that leave a substantial amount of room for discussion. This allows students to discuss difficulties and develop strategies to solve these problems in an informal and interdisciplinary environment. In addition, the program will include interactive and interdisciplinary workshops on methodological and general questions regarding doctoral projects in the areas of language, discourse, and culture.
The 3rd StaPs offers doctoral students the possibility to share their experiences with other young researchers from a wide range of disciplines and receive feedback on their work from peers. In contrast to other academic conferences, participants do not need to present finished products. Instead, students can share and discuss work in progress and challenges in their doctoral project in a pressure-free environment.
Empirically-oriented and theoretically-oriented projects are equally welcome. Moreover, we warmly welcome participants who would like to exchange ideas and network with other doctoral students, but do not wish to give a talk.
In order to submit abstracts for talks (20 minute talk + 20 minute discussion) or workshops (60 minutes) as well as register as a participant, please send an email with the abstract attached to: email@example.com
The conference languages are German and English.
Deadline for Abstracts (German or English, max. 350 words): 15.02.2013
Deadline for Conference Registration: 15.03.2013