Following continuous requests for a Second Call, the CALA, The Conference on Asian Linguistic Anthropology, to be held in Siem Reap Cambodia, January 23-26, 2019, is now extremely pleased to announce its Second and Final Call.
The call opened on February 15th, 2018. Please view the attached documents for all information. Despite that the call has been given a deadline, it may close early, should a ceiling be placed on the submission numbers, as we have already received an abundance of submissions, over 400 in the first call. Please also find attached the SECOND and FINAL Call for Papers for the CALA 2019, which we ask you to distribute among your networks.
Aligning with extensive requests for an Asian specific focus on Linguistic Anthropology, and related fields, The CALA will bring together
- Linguistic and Cultural Anthropologists
- Political Scientists
- Those in the Arts
- other related fields
pertinent to Asia.
The CALA, housing a large body of globally prominent academics in its Scientific Committee, is proud to inform that the American Anthropological Association fully endorses the CALA as its affiliate, as do many academic institutions globally.
The first of several videos, by the Vice Chair, Dr. Susan Hagadorn, is at
The second of several videos, by the Chair, Dr. Sam-Ang Sam, is at
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We advise that several Special Journal issues are planned, as well as a collection of Monographs, from papers submitted to the CALA, and that meet the requirements of submission, review and acceptance. The papers selected will all be published with Top-Tier Ranking journals, and their Publishers. Here, ample assistance will be provided so to revise these manuscripts for publication.
We thus invite you to the CALA 2019, the annual academic conference that, together with your assistance, seeks to redefine aspects of Asian Language and Society.
Ms Nhan Huynh
Professor Dr. Sam-Ang Sam
(Chancellor of The Paññāsāstra University of Cambodia)
Professor Dr. Susan Hagadorn
(Dean of the Faculty of Arts, Letters, and Humanities, Paññāsāstra University of Cambodia)
The COMELA, The Annual Conference on Mediterranean Linguistic Anthropology