[Corpora-List] Extended deadline (May 3): 2nd International Workshop on Computational Approaches to Historical Language Change 2021

Dominik Schlechtweg dominik.schlechtweg at gmx.de
Wed Apr 28 11:09:31 CEST 2021


*Call for Papers*

2nd International Workshop on Computational Approaches to Historical Language Change 2021 (LChange’21)

Co-located with ACL 2021 to be held in Bangkok, on August 5-6, 2021

Webpage: https://languagechange.org/events/2021-acl-lchange/

Human language changes over time, driven by the dual needs for adapting to sociocultural and technological development and facilitating efficient communication. As a result, for example, some words may acquire novel meanings or lose existing meanings; novel words may be coined or borrowed from other languages, while obsolete words slide into obscurity. This workshop builds on its first edition that featured over 50 submissions and 65 attendees. The goals are to 1) present cutting-edge research on computational approaches to historical language change with the primary focus on digital text corpora, and 2) build and strengthen the community of interdisciplinary scholars on historical language change.

*Important Dates*

* May 3, 2021: Paper submission * May 28, 2021: Notification of acceptance * June 7, 2021: Camera-ready papers due * August 5-6, 2021: Workshop date

*Keynote Talks*

We will have two keynotes: Alexander Koplenig (Leibniz-Institute for the German Language in Mannheim) Title of talk: Two challenges we face when analyzing diachronic corpora

and

Maria Koptjevskaja-Tamm (Stockholm University) and Tatiana Nikitina (LLACAN – “Languages and cultures of Africa”, CNRS) Title of talk: Linguisticdiversity as a testing ground for the study of semantic change

*Submissions*

We accept two types of submissions via SoftConf, long papers, and short papers all following the ACL2021 style, and the ACL submission policy.

Long papers may consist of up to eight (8) pages of content, plus unlimited references, short papers may consist of up to four (4) pages of content; final versions will be given one additional page of content so that reviewers' comments can be taken into account. Submissions should be sent in electronic forms, using the Softconf START conference management system. The submission site will be announced on the workshop page once available.

We invite original research papers from a wide range of topics, including but not limited to:

* Novel methods for detecting diachronic semantic change and lexical replacement * Automatic discovery and quantitative evaluation of laws of language change * Computational theories and generative models of language change * Sense-aware (semantic) change analysis * Diachronic word sense disambiguation * Novel methods for diachronic analysis of low-resource languages * Novel methods for diachronic linguistic data visualization * Novel applications and implications of language change detection * Quantification of sociocultural influences on language change * Cross-linguistic, phylogenetic, and developmental approaches to language change * Novel datasets for cross-linguistic and diachronic analyses of language

Submissions are open to all, and are to be submitted anonymously. All papers will be refereed through a double-blind peer review process by at least three reviewers with final acceptance decisions made by the workshop organizers.

The workshop is scheduled to last for one day either August 5th or 6th. Contact us at PC-ACLws2021 at languagechange.org if you have any questions.

*Workshop organizers*

Nina Tahmasebi, University of Gothenburg Adam Jatowt, University of Innsbruck Yang Xu, University of Toronto Simon Hengchen, University of Gothenburg Syrielle Montariol, University Paris-Saclay Haim Dubossarsky, University of Cambridge

-- LChange 2021 - https://www.softconf.com/acl2021/w03_LChange21

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