The scientific program of the 43rd NWAV (New Ways of Analyzing Variation) conference will feature six workshops, three keynote addresses, a poster session, eight blocks of oral paper session (including concurrent panels), with four parallel sessions and four papers in each block, and the showing of Walt Wolfram’s documentary on Cherokee revitalization, titled First Language: The Race the Save Cherokee.
Click here for the general lay-out of the sessions: PROGRAM AT A GLANCE
Click here for the final program of the sessions: FINAL PROGRAM
A total of 376 abstracts received for NWAV 43, with a 42% acceptance rate for oral presentations and 56% acceptance for posters. Thank you for submitting!