SCL 2022 goes Virtual
The Society for Caribbean Linguistics (SCL) will meet online from 2 to 4 August 2022 for its 24th Biennial Conference and 50th Anniversary celebrations — SCL Trinidad & Tobago (T&T) 2022. The Conference will be hosted by the Department of Modern Languages and Linguistics (Faculty of Humanities and Education) at The University of the West Indies, St Augustine under the theme “New Frontiers in Caribbean Language Research.”
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New abstracts on all types of Caribbean languages are invited. Caribbean languages include spoken and signed languages, Amerindian languages, Creole languages, standardised, official and non-standardised language varieties, immigrant languages, heritage languages, endangered languages, and religious and ritual languages. Read More»
The University of the West Indies, St. Augustine Campus is situated 15km from the bustling capital of one of the Caribbean’s most rapidly developing island states, Trinidad and Tobago. Read more»
1) ALL presenters at SCL conferences are expected to be current members, i.e., in good financial standing, of the SCL. This includes joint authors not present. Become a new member or renew membership.
2) Students must be currently registered in the academic year of the conference and must supply a student ID number and proof of registration from their institution. Read More