30th North American Conference on Chinese Linguistics (NACCL-30)

Papers presented at NACCL-30 will be published after the conference in one or two NACCL-30 Proceedings volumes, to be accessible online from the main NACCL website. Information is available there for the NACCL Proceedings Stylesheet, template, etc. To honor the senior organizer of the first NACCL conference, Professor James H-Y. Tai (戴浩一), this set of NACCL proceedings will be a Festschrift to celebrate his 77th birthday.

NACCL-30 Proceedings

NACCL-30 Presenters: To submit your proceedings paper, go to the NACCL-30 Proceedings Submission page.
Due:  Sunday, 15 July 2018 @ 11:59 PM EDT

Frontiers in Chinese Linguistics (FICL)

In addition, the NACCL-30 organizers plan to prepare a smaller, selected volume to be part of the Frontiers in Chinese Linguistics (FICL) series that published by Springer-Nature and Peking University Press, and indexed by Scopus and other research databases. The FICL volume — to be entitled, Chinese Linguistics: From the Field, From the Lab, and From the Armchair — will be dedicated to Professor James H-Y. Tai (戴浩一).

James H-Y. Tai Buckeye East Asian Linguistics Fund  (Fund Number: 647101)

After celebrating the 30th anniversary of the NACCL in March at Ohio State University, Professor James H-Y. Tai generously and enthusiastically established an endowment at OSU. Named the James H-Y. Tai Buckeye East Asian Linguistics Fund, it aims to encourage and support the academic activities of our faculty, graduate students, and undergraduate students whose primary field of study is in East Asian (Chinese/Japanese/Korean) linguistics. This includes, but is not limited to, support for East Asian linguistics conferences and workshops. The endowment, a fund to last in perpetuity, will support East Asian linguistics activities at OSU, in continuing to build upon the strong tradition of East Asian Linguistics at our institution. We express our deepest gratitude to Professor Tai for his generosity and good will in giving us a permanent source of support and a basis for support from our friends, colleagues, and alumni. We strongly encourage those who would like to support East Asian Linguistics at OSU to consider donating to this endowment fund.