Call for papers
Empirically working scholars investigating the expression of the use-mention distinction are invited to submit proposals for talks for this workshop. Pure and scare quotation are of particular interest, but contributions looking at other types of quotation, such as direct or mixed quotation, are also welcome. Abstracts should be anonymous and not exceed 2 pages (A4 or US Letter), including examples and references, using a 12pt font with 2.5 cm (1 inch) margins on all sides. Please send your abstract electronically in PDF- and in DOC/DOCX-format by August 16, 2019 to holden.haertl[at]uni-kassel.de and schlechtweg[at]uni-kassel.de. Upon submission, please indicate whether you prefer to give a talk of 30 or 60 minutes (including discussion).
Note that you are not supposed to present a talk at any of the parallel DGfS workshops, according to the rules of the DGfS. Co-authored talks are excluded from this rule.