The organisers of ICEHL-21 would like to thank our sponsors (John Benjamins, Brill, and Edinburgh University Press) for their support of the conference. The sponsors have also made special offers for those attending ICEHL-21, see below:
The final programme for ICEHL-21 is now available; find the link below:
A preliminary programme of ICEHL-21 has now been made available. With over 100 papers on English historical linguistics and 4 amazing keynotes, this edition of ICEHL promises to be an interesting event!
Registration for ICEHL-21 has reopened. The conference fee for the full conference is 50 EUR.
In 2020, the organizing committee of ICEHL-21 made the decision to host the conference in 2021 as an online conference. After careful consideration, and taking the feedback of participants into account, the organizing committee has made the following practical decisions:
The ICEHL committee is currently exploring the options for online formats of ICEHL.
The organizing committee has decided that the conference will take place fully online. We are currently looking into what is technologically possible in terms of platforms. We are aiming at a combination of hosted paper-videos, which can be watched in advance of the conference, and live sessions in which the papers are discussed.
The organizing committee has decided that the conference will take place fully online. We hope to provide more information about the particular online circumstances of the conference in January and how this decision may affect the format of the conference, as well as the registration fees.
The second call-for-papers has now closed and those who have submitted an abstract will hear whether their papers have been accepted or rejected by the end of November. The organizing team is keeping an eye on all developments regarding the Coronavirus and will decide in December whether ICEHL-21 will take place fully online or in a hybrid fashion.
ICEHL is a conference on all aspects and subjects relating to English Historical Linguistics. Having started in Durham, in 1979, its twenty-first edition will be held at Leiden University Centre for Linguistics, 7-11 June, 2021.