Welcome to LSPIC 2021, a fully digital event!
The Linguistic Society of the Philippines (LSP), together with the University of Santo Tomas, will hold its 3rd LSP International Conference (LSPIC2021) on March 11-13, 2021 in a fully digital format.
LSP conferences provide venues for academics, researchers, practitioners, and students to present issues and new advances pertinent to linguistics and language education. Presentations revolve around current research on Philippine languages, hyphenated fields in linguistics, and English language teaching in ESL and EFL zones.
We are happy to announce that the following plenary speakers have kindly confirmed their participations:
The three-day digital conference will give you a chance to be in the know about the most recent/significant research works of word-class researchers in different fields. There will be 7 plenary talks, 6 workshop sessions (first day), and 6 featured themed presentations.
The following workshop resource persons have confirmed their participations. The workshops will take place on the first day of the conference.
Final Call for Abstracts
With the theme “Linguistics, Languages, and Languaging: Braving the Challenges of the New Normal,” LSPIC 2021 welcomes presentations pertaining to the challenges encountered and solutions adopted in language education and linguistic research during the new normal, highlighting its role in shaping the directions of research in various academic disciplines and in influencing policy making and reforms in educational practices and scientific research. Abstracts of no more than 250 words are invited in the following areas:
A. Philippine Linguistics
- 1. Philippine Languages
- 2. Multilingualism and Multiculturalism
- 3. MTB-MLE
B. Hyphenated Fields in Linguistics
- 4. Language and Culture
- 5. World Englishes
- 6. Discourse Analysis
- 7. Sociolinguistics
- 8. Psycholinguistics
- 9. Forensic Linguistics
- 10. Stylistics
- 11. Digital Linguistics
C. Language Education
- 12. Second/Foreign Language Teaching and Learning
- 13. Language Education and Teacher Development
- 14. Educational Technology and Language Learning
- 15. Reading, Writing, and Literacy
- 16. Language Testing and Assessment
The Final Call for Abstracts closes on January 15, 2021. Abstracts are reviewed anonymously. Notice of acceptance will be sent out by January 30, 2021.