Arizona Linguistics Circle 12

October 12-14, 2018                                                                                                   

The Arizona Linguistics Circle is an annual graduate student-run conference held at the University of Arizona. The theme of this year's conference is Computational Methods in Linguistics, though abstracts from all areas of linguistics are always welcome and encouraged.  Abstracts for language revitalization talks and for computational linguistics/natural language processing talks are especially encouraged this year. See the call for papers for submission details.

Invited Speakers:

Emily M. Bender; University of Washington

Bruce HayesUniversity of California, Los Angeles

Mihai SurdeanuUniversity of Arizona

Conference Location

Cesar E Chavez Building, Room 405
1110 E North Campus
Friday, October 12

Marshall Building, Room 490
845 N Park Ave.
Saturday-Sunday, October 13-14

Anti-Harassment Policy

The ALC12 Organizing Committee would like to reaffirm our commitment to creating a respectful, healthy and safe working environment for all, and this by extension applies to ALC12. We would like to state that we do not condone any actions which may lead to the acceptance or normalization of any form of misconduct in academia. If you have any concerns or questions regarding these matters, please do not hesitate to contact a member of the organizing committee for assistance.


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Arizona Linguistics Circle 12                                                                                                Photo courtesy of Jonathan Geary