Call for Papers
Papers, posters, presentations of new projects and software demonstrations are invited on the topic “Lexicography and Society” as well as all lexicographically relevant topics including, but not limited to, the following fields:
- The Dictionary-Making Process
- Research on Dictionary Use
- Lexicography and Language Technologies
- Lexicography and Corpus Linguistics
- Bi- and Multilingual Lexicography
- Lexicography for Specialised Languages, Terminology and Terminography
- Lexicography of Lesser-Used and Under-Researched Languages
- Phraseology and Collocation
- Lexicography and Etymology
- Lexicological Issues of Lexicographical Relevance
- Reports on Lexicographical and Lexicological Projects
The main topics are not meant to exclude any other lexicographic topic. Papers, posters, new projects and demonstrations that are relevant to the congress, but do not fit into any of the above-mentioned categories 1-11, will be reviewed nonetheless and considered for presentation.
Types of contributions
When submitting your proposal, you can choose between the following types of contribution:
- Papers (regular 20 min. presentations)
- Software demonstrations (10 min. video demonstrations in a specific time slot on the hybrid conference day)
- Posters (to be presented in a dedicated poster session)
Each proposal will be reviewed anonymously by a minimum of two members of the Scientific Committee.
The Conference Proceedings will be published online and freely accessible ahead of the conference. It will also be submitted for indexing in Scopus.
Deadline for the submission of abstracts with a maximum of 800 words, excluding references, tables and figures, was 8th December 2021.
Abstracts should be anonymous.
Languages: You can submit your proposals in any European language. For the oral presentations at the conference, the same applies. However, please consider that no interpreting service is provided.
Call for Workshops
The conference offers an opportunity to discuss topics in detail at (Pre-)Conference Workshops. These can be as follows:
- Full-Day Workshop = Monday 11th July between 10am-3pm
- Half-Day Workshop = Tuesday 12th July between 9am-12am
Depending on the number of participants, venues can be booked for the IDS (for free) or alternatively, for the conference venue (extra booking fee). For this purpose, the IDS offers a lecture hall for up to 80 participants and a smaller meeting room with a seating capacity of max. 15 attendees. Lecture or seminar rooms at the university are available in different sizes and can be rented per hour or day (prizes depending on size). If you wish to organise or take part in a workshop you are required to register as a conference attendee and are asked to pay the applicable registration fee. Workshop organiser may ask for an additional workshop fee.
Proposals are welcome and must include:
- title + workshop chair,
- length and format of workshop,
- estimate of audience size,
- short description of agenda,
- information about structure and time schedule,
- preferred time slot,
- any technical needs.
Workshop proposals must be submitted to email@example.com by the 20th November 2021. Each submitted proposal is reviewed closely by the conference Organising Committee until the middle of December 2021.
Please use the following templates and sample texts to prepare your documents (Full Paper or Extended Abstract).
You may use a Zotero style file for formatting citations and bibliographic references in your paper. More information on downloading the citation style CSL file as well as hand-validated metadata on metalexicographic publications you may want to cite can be found here: LexBib Zotero
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|XX EURALEX International Conference|
Registration and fees
German scientific organizations act in accordance with the international and national sanctions against Russia and its institutions. Since EURALEX 2022 is funded by the German Research Foundation (Deutsche Forschungsgemeinschaft, DFG; https://www.dfg.de/en/service/press/press_releases/2022/press_release_no_01/index.html), the DFG resolution that no academic institution in Russia and their representatives may currently benefit from German research funds applies to the conference. Therefore (unless revised in due course) any representatives from academic institutions in Russia may not register for the conference.
|EURALEX members*||240 €||300 €||60 €|
|Non-members**||280 €||340 €||70 €|
|Students/PhD students***||140 €||170 €||35 €|
* Reductions for EURALEX members can be claimed by participants who have settled membership fees no later than 31 January 2022 via OUP website.
** This fee includes EURALEX membership up to the end of the next congress. However, this type of membership does not include a subscription to IJL, and does not include the OUP benefits.
*** This fee does not include EURALEX membership. Proof of student status will be required.
**** This fee does not include EURALEX membership. Only one single day is bookable. Single days can only be booked by participants without talk/software demo/poster presentation.
Early Bird Deadline: 1st May 2022 End of Registration: 28th June 2022
Please note: The registration is completed!
Delegate Registration Cancellation Policy
Please send us any notification of cancellations via e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Cancellations received before 14 May 2022 will be refunded in full, minus the cost of a € 30 processing fee.
Cancellations received between 14 May 2022 and 14 June 2022 will be subject to a 50% cancellation fee of the registration costs. This applies to conference fees and social events equally.
Cancellations received after 15 June 2022 will not be eligible for a refund.
Hybrid Conference Day (14th July 2022)
We cordially invite you to participate online in the hybrid conference day of the XX EURALEX 2022, which will take place on Thursday 14th July 2022. Participation is free of charge, but prior registration is required. Please register here:
Registration deadline: 12th July 2022
You can choose between talks in three parallel sessions in the morning (9:00-11:00 AM, CET) and afternoon (4:00-5:30 PM, CET), listen to Nicola McLelland’s keynote on “Women in the history of lexicography” (11:30-12:30 AM, CET) and attend software demonstrations (2:00-3:30 PM, CET). All talks and software demonstrations will take place at Mannheim and will be broadcast via Zoom. You can ask your questions for discussion in the chat. For more details, please see the programme and the Book of Abstracts at https://euralex2022.ids-mannheim.de/program/#publications.
EURALEX 2022 Grants – Extension of Deadline
Thanks to the support of the A. S. Hornby Trust we can offer up to seven more grants to cover the full conference registration fee for PhD candidates and students to facilitate their participation in EURALEX 2022.
Anyone interested in benefiting from the Grant Program, please send the following application documents as one single PDF file to email@example.com:
- one-page application letter
- proof of student/PhD student status
Extended deadline for submission of applications: 15th of May 2022 Information on acceptance/rejection: 31th of May 2022