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Published on Tuesday, February 03, 2015


The Sorbonne Nouvelle University Graduate Symposium (SNUGLS) organization committee is proud to announce that the call for papers for the sixth edition of SNUGLS is open. Since one of the major purposes of SNUGLS is to give junior researchers a chance to practise their presentation skills in English, two discussion sessions will be organised during the day to provide friendly feedback to the participants.



The research team SeSyLiA (Semantics and Syntax - Language In Action), part of PRISMES (EA 4398), in conjunction with the ED 514, is pleased to host the sixth edition of SNUGLS which will be held in Paris at the Institut du Monde Anglophone, 5 rue de l’Ecole de Médecine, on May 22nd, 2015. The goal of the conference is to bring together junior researchers and give them an opportunity to practice their presentation skills in English and discuss their work with specialists in their field. This year, we are delighted to welcome Lecturer Camille Debras from Université Paris Ouest Nanterre La Défense (Paris X) as our keynote speaker.

Graduate students (i.e. second-year Master and Ph.D. students) as well as first-year post-docs are encouraged to apply. The conference language is English and each presentation will be allotted a 20-minute slot followed by 10 minutes for discussion.

Topics relevant to the conference encompass all fields of linguistics focusing on the English language, including, but not restricted to, first and second language acquisition, language teaching, sociolinguistics, pragmatics, discourse analysis, conversation analysis, corpus linguistics, lexicology and lexicography, translation and interpretation, and phonetics.

Different perspectives can be adopted (methods of data collection, multimodality, etc.). Contributions exploring the questions of ‘affect’, ‘stance’ and ‘intersubjectivity’ or any other related subjects (dialogicity, expression of emotions, modality, etc.) will be greatly appreciated.

In order to help participants become more efficient communicators, two discussion sessions will be organized during the day to provide friendly feedback. 

Submission guidelines

Abstracts of 400 words (excluding references) with a title and 5 keywords should be sent in two copies to as Word file attachments. One copy should be made ready for anonymous refereeing while the other should include the name(s), institutional affiliation(s) and contact information of the author(s).

Abstracts will be selected by a scientific committee composed of academic researchers, including members of the SeSyLiA team, at Sorbonne Nouvelle, Paris 3.


Deadline for abstract submission: March 13th, 2015

Notification of acceptance: April 10th, 2015

SNUGLS 2015: May 22nd, 2015 

Organization Committee

  • Guillaume Jaudhuin,
  • Leslie Tahan,
  • Pascale Manoïlov and
  • Aliyah Morgenstern.

Scientific Committee

  • Claude Delmas (Professor Emeritus, Paris 3),
  • Geneviève Girard-Gillet (Professor Emeritus, Paris 3),
  • Aliyah Morgenstern (Professor, Paris 3),
  • Nigel Quayle (Professor, Paris 3 – Lille),
  • Claire Tardieu (Professor, Paris 3)…

For further information, please contact the conference organizers at


  • Institut du Monde Anglophone, Université Sorbonne Nouvelle, Paris 3, salle 16 - 5, rue de l'Ecole de Médecine
    Paris, France (75006)


  • Friday, March 13, 2015


  • linguistics, English language, linguistique, anglais


  • Guillaume Jaudhuin
    courriel : snugls2016 [at] gmail [dot] com

Information source

  • Guillaume Jaudhuin
    courriel : snugls2016 [at] gmail [dot] com


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