Call for Papers


Researchers are invited to submit abstracts on unpublished research work from any dimension of corpus linguistics for presentation in the conference by Friday, 15 February 2019 via email corpusconference.crc@gmail.com.

Abstracts should be written in English and the word count of an abstract should be 250 to 350.


Guidelines for Writing Abstracts


Following guidelines are expected to be followed by the authors:


  1. the title of your paper the words in the title should be initially capitalized and their number should not exceed 12.
  2. Author name(s), affiliation(s) and email ID(s)
  3. Body of the abstract: Body of the abstract should comprise of 250 to 350 words having following structure:
    • Overview of the area of study
    • Rationale of the study
    • Aim of the study
    • Research Methods
    • Findings
  4. Recommendations (if any) of the study
  5. There should be 5 keywords in alphabetical order.
  6. Use minimum citations/references in abstract.
  7. Follow APA 6th for citation style.

The abstracts not following above guidelines will not be considered for the review.


Note : Full papers (after peer-review) will be published in the conference proceedings and Corporum: Journal of Corpus Linguistics (CJCL).