August 29, 2017: We now have a pdf table of contents with page numbers!
November 23, 2016: The proceedings papers are now available online. Stay tuned for the paper volume.
December 3, 2015: There have been some changes to the proceedings timeline.
May 10, 2015: We are done--thanks for a great conference, everyone!
May 9, 2015: The outcome of the business meeting is that the next FASL will be held at Cornell. We have put together a list of previous FASL meetings and invited speakers.
May 6, 2015: Two more changes in the program, affecting talks on Thursday and Saturday. Please check the program page for the most recent version.
May 3, 2015: There has been a small change to the program--please make sure to get the most current version.
April 13, 2015: Click to download the PDF of all the abstracts in one file.
April 10, 2015: Information for presenters is now available.
March 19, 2015: The program for the Morphology Workshop and the main sessions of FASL is now available.
March 12, 2015: Registration is now open. Please register before April 8 to secure the best rate.
March 9, 2015: Reviewing is done; all authors have been contacted with rejection or acceptance notices. The program should be available very soon, once we have heard back from everybody. If you submitted an abstract but did not receive an acceptance or rejection notification from FASL, please check your spam folder.
Feb. 9, 2015: Information about lodgings in the NYC area has been updated. If you plan to attend FASL, book your rooms as soon as possible.
Jan. 9, 2015: In addition to the regular sessions, NYU will also be hosting a special one-day workshop on Slavic Morphology on May 7 (the day before the conference). We welcome all FASL participants to attend the workshop. For more details, see the workshop page.
Call for Papers
The Department of Linguistics at New York University is pleased to announce that the 24th annual meeting of Formal Approaches to Slavic Linguistics (FASL) will be held May 8th-10th, 2015 in New York, NY, USA.
Abstracts are invited for talks on topics in formal Slavic linguistics, including phonetics, phonology, morphology, syntax, semantics, and pragmatics. Both theoretical and experimental studies that have consequences for linguistic theory are welcome. Each talk selected for presentation will be allotted 20 minutes followed by 10 minutes of discussion. Submissions are limited to one individual and one joint abstract per author.
Formatting guidelines: Abstracts should be in PDF format, with all non-standard fonts embedded. Abstracts should not exceed 2 pages, including data and references (11 pt font minimum, single spacing, 1 inch/2.5 cm margins on all sides). Abstracts should be anonymous.
John Frederick Bailyn (Stony Brook University)
Christina Bethin (Stony Brook University)
Maria Polinsky (Harvard University)
January 5, 2015: Abstracts due.
March, 2015: Conference program finalized.
April 8, 2015: Pre-registration deadline.
May 7, 2015: Special Workshop on Slavic Morphology.
May 8-10, 2015: The conference!