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The XIX EURALEX International Congress will be held Virtually on 7-9 September 2021. The Congress is organized by the  SynMorPhoSe Lab of the Department of Greek Philology, Democritus University of Thrace. The EURALEX Congresses bring together professional lexicographers, publishers, researchers, software developers and others interested in dictionaries of all types.

The motto of this edition of the EURALEX International Congress is: Lexicography for Inclusion.

The programme includes plenary lectures, parallel sessions on various topics, software demonstrations, pre-congress tutorials and specialized workshops, a book and software virtual exhibition as well as virtual social events for participants and their guests.

Publications

Book of Abstracts

Click here to download

Congress Topics

  • The Dictionary-Making Process
  • Research on Dictionary Use
  • Lexicography and Language Technologies
  • Lexicography and Corpus Linguistics
  • Bi- and Multilingual Lexicography
  • Lexicography for Specialised Languages, Terminology and Terminography
  • Historical and Scholarly Lexicography and Etymology
  • Lexicography and Semantic Theory
  • Phraseology and Collocation
  • Lexicological Issues of Lexicographical Relevance
  • Reports on Lexicographical and Lexicological Projects
  • Lexicography for Special Needs

Proceedings

Click here to see the Proceedings Volume 1
Click here to see the Proceedings Volume 2

Call for Papers

Important Dates

4 May 2020: 31 May 2020: Full-paper submission for Volume I of the Proceedings

28 June 2020: Notification of acceptance of full papers

6 July 2020 2 August 2020: Camera-ready full papers for Volume I of the Proceedings / extended abstracts

November 2020: Release of Volume I of the Proceedings

28 March 2021: 18 April 2021: Full-paper submission for Volume II of the Proceedings

25 April 2021: 16 May 2021: Notification of acceptance of full papers

30 May 2021: 20 June 2021: Camera-ready full papers for Volume II of the Proceedings / extended abstracts

July 2021: August 2021: Release of Volume II of the Proceedings

Online Submission

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Full Paper Template & Guidelines

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Extended Abstract Template & Guidelines

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Types of Presentations at Euralex XIX (7-9 September 2021)

The following types of presentations will be available at Euralex XIX

Keynote presentations of 45 minutes will be presented live. A live 15 minute discussion with authors will follow each keynote presentation.

Oral Presentations of 15 minutes will be presented live by authors and the audience will have the opportunity to ask questions at the end of the session.

E-poster presentations will be uploaded online. The poster session lasts one whole hour in which attendees will have the opportunity to choose and visit the e-Posters of their interest.

Software demonstration videos will be prerecorded and uploaded online. The demo session lasts one hour and a half in which attendees will have the opportunity to choose and visit the demos of their interest and interact with demos’ authors.

Scientific Programme

Social Programme

Tuesday, 7 September 2021

CEST
(UTC + 2h)
Greece
(UTC + 3h)
18:00 – 19:00 19:00 – 20:00

Tuesday, 7 September 2021

CEST
(UTC + 2h)
Greece
(UTC + 3h)
19:00 – 19:30 20:00 – 20:30

Wednesday 8th of September 2021

CEST
(UTC + 2h)
Greece
(UTC + 3h)
19:30 – 20:30 20:30 – 21:30

Abdera: the birthplace of Democritus

In classical antiquity, Abdera was a major Greek Polis on the Thracian coast.

The site of Abdera was created in the middle of the 7th century B.C. by colonists from Clazomenae and in 545 B.C. by the inhabitants of Teos. It soon grew to a prosperous city, with a fortification wall, harbour, dockyards and sanctuaries. This was the city of Democritus, host to the army of Xerxes. In the middle of the 4th century B.C. a new section was added to the south of the city, built in the Hippodamian system, with strong fortification walls, an acropolis, two harbours and workshop areas. The city flourished until the Roman period, when it lost its importance and the defensive walls were abolished. During the Byzantine period the site was used as a cemetery.

The ancient Polis is to be distinguished from the municipality, which was named in its honor. The Polis lay 17 km east-northeast of Nestos River, almost directly opposite the island of Thasos. It was a colony placed in previously unsettled Thracian territory, not a part of Hellas, during the age of Greek colonization. The city that was born became of major importance in ancient Greece.

Thursday 9th of September 2021

CEST
(UTC + 2h)
Greece
(UTC + 3h)
19:00 – 20:00 20:00 – 21:00

Keynote Speakers

Danie Prinsloo
University of Pretoria

Danie Prinsloo
University of Pretoria
Janet DeCesaris
Pompeu Fabra University of Barcelona

Janet DeCesaris
Pompeu Fabra University of Barcelona
Anna Anastassiadis-Symeonidis
Professor Emerita
Aristotle University of Thessaloniki

Anna Anastassiadis-Symeonidis
Professor Emerita
Aristotle University of Thessaloniki
Christoforos Charalambakis
Professor Emeritus
National Kapodistrian University of Athens

Christoforos Charalambakis
Professor Emeritus
National Kapodistrian University of Athens
Robert Lew
Adam Mickiewicz University
Hornby Lecture

Hornby Lecture

Robert Lew
Adam Mickiewicz University
Hornby Lecture
Ana Frankenberg-Garcia
University of Surrey
Hornby Lecture

Hornby Lecture

Ana Frankenberg-Garcia
University of Surrey
Hornby Lecture

Organization

Programme Committee

Zoe Gavriilidou

Zoe Gavriilidou
Simon Krek

Simon Krek
Maria Mitsiaki

Maria Mitsiaki
Annette Klosa

Annette Klosa
Tinatin Margalitadze

Tinatin Margalitadze
Tanara Zingano Kuhn

Tanara Zingano Kuhn
Gilles-Maurice de Schryver

Gilles-Maurice de Schryver
George Xydopoulos

George Xydopoulos

Organizing Committee

Zoe Gavriilidou

Zoe Gavriilidou
Peneloppe Kambakis-Vougiouklis

Peneloppe Kambakis-Vougiouklis
Lydia Mitits

Lydia Mitits
Elina Chatzipappa

Elina Chatzipappa
Maria Mitsiaki

Maria Mitsiaki
Theodoros Koukos

Theodoros Koukos
Spyros Kiosses

Spyros Kiosses
Stavroula Mavrommatidou

Stavroula Mavrommatidou
Asimakis Fliatouras

Asimakis Fliatouras
Chryssa Dourou

Chryssa Dourou
Demetra Koukouzika

Demetra Koukouzika

Scientific Committee

Andrea Abel
Arleta Adamska-Sałaciak
Anna Anastassiadis
Xavier Banco
Maria Paz Battaner Arias
Christoforos Charalambakis
Gilles-Maurice de Schryver
Janet DeCesaris
Anne Dykstra
Anna Dzemianko
Angeliki Efthymiou
Donna M. Farina
Asimakis Fiatouras
Thierry Fontenelle
Angeliki Fotopoulou
Maria Gavriilidou
Zoe Gavriilidou
Alexander Geyken
Rufus Gouws
Sylviane Granger
Oddrun Grønvik
Patrick Hanks
Ulrich Heid
Anna Iordanidou
Miloš Jakubiček
Jelena Kallas
Marianna Katsogiannou
Ilan Kernerman
Annette Klosa
Iztok Kosem
Dimitra Koukouzika
Simon Krek
Tita Kyriacopoulou
Lothar Lemnitzer
Robert Lew
Phillip Louw
Marie-Claude L’Homme
Carla Marello
Tinatin Margalitadze
Stella Markantonatou
George Mikros
Maria Mitsiaki
Orion Montoya
Rosamund Moon
Argyro Moustaki
Carolin Müller-Spitzer
Vincent Ooi
Magali Paquot
Stellios Piperidis
Natascia Ralli
Michael Rundell
Tanneke Schoonheim
Max Silberztein
Elsabé Taljard
Carole Tiberius
Lars Trap-Jensen
Anna Vacalopoulou
Geoffrey Williams
George Xydopoulos
Tono Yukio
Tanara Zingano Kuhn

Registration Fees

Presenters EURALEX
Members*
170
Presenters EURALEX
Non-Members**
200
Delegates
140
Students/PhDs***
80

* Reductions for EURALEX members can be claimed by participants who have settled membership fees no later than 31 January 2021 via the OUP website.

**This fee includes a one-year EURALEX membership and a 20% discount on all Oxford University Press (OUP) linguistics titles. (it does not include an automatic subscription to the International Journal of Lexicography). The membership fee of 16€ allows you to participate in the next EURALEX Congress as a EURALEX member. You can also subscribe as a non-member without necessarily becoming a EURALEX member. However, no reduction of the fee is foreseen in this case.

***Membership in Euralex is not included in this fee. Proof of student/PhD- status will be required.

Registration for presenters includes the publication of the paper in the Congress proceedings and/or Book of abstracts and inclusion in the Congress Program. Only papers accepted and with at least one of its authors registered will be included in the final program. Congress registration is for one attendee only and may not be shared between individuals.

Delegate Registration Cancellation Policy

Please send us any notification of cancellations via e-mail at euralex2020@artion.com.gr.

Cancellations received before 18 July 2021 will be refunded in full, minus the cost of € 30 processing fee.

Cancellations received between 19 July 2021 and 22 August 2021 will be subject to a 50% cancellation fee of the registration costs.  This applies to congress fees.

Cancellations received after 22 August 2021 will not be eligible for a refund.

Sponsors

Contact

ΑRTION CONFERENCES & EVENTS

Official Congress Organizer – PCO for XIX EURALEX International Congress

Ε: euralex2020@artion.com.gr
T: 2310 252 336 / 2310 272 275
W: euralex2020.gr

Project Leader: Despina Amarantidou
Scientific Programme: Kelly Angelaki
Marketing: Maria Kantziari
Sponsorship: Prodromos Nikolaidis
IT Coordinator: George Kanakaris