We are pleased to announce that the 7th Language Creation Conference will take place July 22-23, 2017 in Calgary, Alberta, Canada at the University of Calgary.
Your local hosts will be Joseph W. Windsor and Dr. Christine Schreyer.
Speakers and Presenters — to be determined.
Schedule — to be determined.
Local and Travel information — (in preparation).
Call For Presentations
If you are interested in giving a talk at LCC7, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org with your name, the title of your presentation (or a placeholder if you are uncertain about it), and at least a short description of the topic. All topics relevant to language creation are welcome, as long as you do not preselytize. If you have other ideas for the conference besides a talk, you are welcome to propose them via this address as well.
Join the LCC7 Mailing List
If you are planning to attend the LCC7, whether in person or remotely, don’t hesitate to join the LCC7 mailing list: email@example.com, which you can subscribe to via this webpage: http://lists.conlang.org/listinfo.cgi/lcc7-info-conlang.org. You can use this mailing list to ask us and/or the local hosts questions, discuss relevant ideas, or even plan your trip together with other attendees. Any discussion relevant to the LCC7 is OK.
About the LCC
The Language Creation Conference is an international conference discussing issues related to the craft of language creation, or “conlanging”. It includes both fairly technical linguistic discussions as well as more artistic, sociological, or philosophical ones; examples of craft in action; voices from many parts of the conlanging community; and people from all over the world. The conference is open to the public. Preregistration requested. Lunch, snacks, and opportunities to socialize with fellow conlangers will be provided. All proceeds go to the LCS.
We welcome members of the press and will assist you in researching a story about conlangs or conlangers. Press registration is the same as for any other attendee, but we ask that you identify yourself publicly and briefly let the audience know your affiliation(s) and what you are working on.