13th Linguistic Landscape-Workshop 2022
The 13th Linguistic Landscape Workshop
7-9 September 2022
“Semiotic landscapes in educational spaces”
The annual Linguistic Landscape Workshop is the leading international meeting for interdisciplinary research on language in public space.
Thank you to all delegates and presenters for making LL13 such a warm, friendly and successful event!
Brief information on future Linguistic Landscape Workshops:
- 6-8 September 2023
- Universidad Autónoma de Madrid
- Title: Landscapes of utopia and dystopia
- Organizers: Luisa Martin Rojo, Clara Molina & Adil Moustaoui, Universidad Autónoma de Madrid
- Promotional video | Workshop website
- June 2024
- Victoria University of Wellington, New Zealand
- Provisional title: Fluidity and Fixity in Borderlands
- Organizers: John Macalister & Corinne Seals, Victoria University of Wellington
- Promotional video
- September 2025
- Universität Duisburg-Essen, Germany
- Provisional title: ‘Spaces of collapse and transformation’
- Organizers: Maida Kosatica et al., Universität Duisburg-Essen
Programme changes on Thursday, 8 September:
Updated programme sheet
Printed copies of both documents will be available in the conference office.
4 August 2022:
15 July 2022:
27 June 2022:
Registration for LL13 is now possible.
Click here to access the registration site
- Paper presenters: 1 August 2022
- General deadline: 31 August 2022
- On-site registration during LL13 will not be possible.
17 June 2022:
24 May 2022:
- Bidding Guidelines for organising a Linguistic Landscape Workshop (originally drafted for LL10, here slightly updated).
- If interested in taking on the Workshop after this year's LL13 event in Hamburg and next year's LL14 in Madrid, please consult these guidelines on how to prepare your bid. An on-site presentation of your bid during LL13 in Hamburg would be ideal, but a Zoom presentation or a video-recorded one are in principle possible as well.
17 May 2022:
- Registration is scheduled to start in the week from Monday, June 6.
- LL13 is an on-site event. No hybrid sessions are offered. On-site attendance in Hamburg will be necessary in order to present a paper.
26 April 2022:
- The reviewing process is now completed, with approximately 95 papers accepted for presentation. Thank you to our scientific committee for contributing to a smooth and thorough reviewing process.
03 March 2022:
- The Call for Papers is now closed. Thank you for numerous high-quality submissions!
Linguistic Landscape Workshop 13 gratefully acknowledges support by:
- DFG - Deutsche Forschungsgemeinschaft | German Research Foundation
- Universität Hamburg -- Humanities Dean's Office & International Office
- MultiLing - Center for Multilingualism in Society across the Lifespan, University of Oslo