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The ICAAL 6 Organizing Committee is pleased to announce that the Sixth International Conference on Austroasiatic Linguistics will be held in Siem Reap, Cambodia, on July 29-31, 2015.  The languages of the conference will be English, Khmer, and French. 

ICAAL 6 will provide a dynamic, three-day forum to share the latest research findings, and discuss new theories on the languages and linguistics of the Austroasiatic family.  Scholars are invited to submit papers on any linguistic subject specifically related to Austroasiatic languages. 

Key dates:
    Submit abstracts:     July 1, 2014 - February 28, 2015
    Submit to:
    Accept abstracts:     March 30, 2015
    Conference:     July 29-31, 2015 (*Changed from July 22-24*)
    Contact:     Dr. Vong Meng,
    Second call:      icaal6-call2.pdf      

Abstracts should be submitted via the EasyAbs system at  Proposed papers should include a title, an abstract of 500 words, and a short (150 words) biography.  Presentations will be allowed 20 minutes, with an additional 10 minutes for discussion.

Conference Sponsors:
   The Institute of National Language at the Royal Academy of Cambodia
   The Center for Khmer Studies

Please direct all inquiries about ICAAL6 to:
   Dr. Chan Somnoble, Royal Academy of Cambodia, (+855 12 622 643)
   Dr. Vong Meng, Institute of National Language, Royal Academy of Cambodia, (+855 12 466 416)
   Mr. Chheat Sreang, Center for Khmer Studies, (+855 12 609 760)

ICAAL Projects Page / Book Planning

The ICAAL Projects Page is now open.  Please get involved in planning for the AA overview volume.

Austroasiatic Studies: Papers from the Fourth International Conference on Austroasiatic Linguistics

  Volume 1 is now available: download ICAAL-4.1.pdf
  Volume 2 is now available: download ICAAL-4.2.pdf

Edited by Sophana Srichampa and Paul Sidwell, these have been published as Mon-Khmer Studies Journal Special Issues No. 2 and No. 3. The books (208 and 238 pages) are formatted as A4 size volumes for convenient printing.  Please direct any questions or comments to Paul Sidwell (