Please use this template to create either your two-page abstract (abstract deadline: January 15, 2023) or your
final full-length paper (final paper deadline: May 15, 2023). In the case of a final full paper, it should be 6–
10 pages in length. Please do not include page numbers, since these will be assigned later in the conference
proceedings document. Please submit the PDF file following the submission instructions to be posted here.
The pdf file should have a unique name, e.g. ’paperISPIV2023 [name of first author] [submission date (e.g.:
Jan012023)].pdf’. Again, either a two-page abstract or a final full-length paper (if the abstract is accepted)
must be submitted by their corresponding deadlines.
An explainer targeted at students and researchers in linguistics (syntax, specifically) for fine-grained control of arrows in syntax diagrams (both trees and linear structures). Written for students in Linguistics and Cognitive Science at the Claremont Colleges but likely useful for others as well.
A bare-bones template for writing Linguistics papers at Pomona College. It may also be useful to linguists/linguistics students at other places. Includes links to our quick reference guide as well, which has more detailed instructions on formatting for linguistics papers.
A template for writing papers in Linguistics at Pomona College. This guide has instructions for how to use the packages that are included in the template. The explanations given here (as well as the resources that are linked to in the guide) should give a complete LaTeX novice everything they need to write a linguistics paper at Pomona College. This will likely also be useful to linguists and linguistics students in other places who are learning LaTeX.
Michael Diercks, Franny Brogan