The Young Researchers Group of CLUNL is pleased to announce that the XVII Forum for Linguistic Sharing will take place on June 30 and July 1, 2023. This year’s edition will be held in a mixed format (in person and online).
Integrated into the activities of the 10th edition of Lisbon Summer School in Linguistics, the XVII Forum for Linguistic Sharing aims to present young researchers with the opportunity to present and discuss their work with their peers.


This year’s edition will be in a mixed format: the session on June 30 will be in-person (with online transmission), and the one on July 1 will be exclusively online.

  • The in-person session will be held on June 30 at Auditorium B3, Towers B, NOVA FCSH, Av. de Berna, 26 C, 1069-061 Lisbon. The reception starts at 09:30.
  • On July 1, the forum will proceed online via the Zoom platform. The link will be provided after registration confirmation.

You can donwload the program here.

Attendance is free of charge, but registration is mandatory.

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Call for Papers

We invite all students and researchers without a PhD working in the field of Linguistics to submit abstracts for presentation on the various domains of Linguistics.
Read below the details of the event.

Linguistic areas

The abstracts should fit into one of the following subfields of Linguistics:
– language acquisition
– phonology
– lexicography and lexicology
– text and discourse linguistics
– educational linguistics
– historical linguistics
– morphology
– psycholinguistics
– pragmatics
– semantics
– syntax
– sociolinguistics
– terminology

Submission guidelines

Abstracts will only be accepted if they are authored by students and researchers without a PhD. Abstracts including authors/co-authors who already have a PhD will be excluded.
Each author/co-author may only submit one abstract.
The submitted PDF file should not contain any elements that can identify the author(s), such as name and affiliation. In case of self-references, replace them with “XXX” both in in-text citations and in footnotes.
The abstract must have a maximum of 500 words, excluding bibliographic references (max. 10).
Abstracts may be written in Portuguese or English.

Abstracts should be submitted in PDF format until March 15, 2023, via the following link:


All submitted abstracts will be evaluated by an evaluation committee composed of experts with a PhD in the field.
Abstracts will be evaluated according to the following criteria:
– robustness of the theoretical framework;
– adequacy of the methodology;
– relevance and originality;
– clarity of the text;
– quality of argumentation.
Abstracts accepted for oral presentation will be assigned 15 minutes for presentation and 5 minutes for discussion.

Registration fee

All authors (co-authors not included) with selected abstracts must register for the event. At the time of registration, they must pay a 10 EUR registration fee. CLUNL researchers and NOVA FCSH students are exempt from this fee.

Important dates

Deadline for abstract submission: March 15, 2023

Further information is available at Young Researchers Group website.