Western Conference on Linguistics

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The Western Conference on Linguistics, usually known as WECOL, is an annual conference held in rotating locations in the western part of the United States and Canada since 1988. Papers for presentation are chosen by a selection committee with the assistance of reports by referees. There is no restriction by topic though there is a weak slant toward linguistic theory.

Papers presented at the conference are published by the Department of Linguistics at California State University, Fresno. The proceedings have been available on-line since 2004.

No. Year Host
1 1988 University of British Columbia
2 1989  ?
3 1990 University of Texas, El Paso
4 1991 Simon Fraser University
5 1992 University of Arizona
6 1993 University of Washington
7 1994 University of California, Los Angeles
8 1995 University of Northern British Columbia
9 1996 University of California, Santa Cruz
10 1997  ?
11 1998 Arizona State University
12 1999 University of Texas, El Paso
13 2000 California State University, Fresno
14 2001 University of Washington
15 2002 University of British Columbia
16 2003 University of Arizona
17 2004 University of Southern California
18 2005  ?
19 2006 California State University, Fresno
20 2007 University of California, San Diego
21 2008 University of California, Davis
22 2009 no conference was held
23 2010 California State University, Fresno
24 2011 Simon Fraser University
25 2013 Arizona State University
26 2017 Boise State University

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