[apologies for cross-posting]
We are pleased to announce that the Globalex Workshop on Lexicography &
Neologism (GWLN 2019) will be held in conjunction with DSNA 22, the 22nd
biennial meeting of the Dictionary Society of North America, at Indiana
University, Bloomington, on 8 May 2019.
GWLN 2019 will focus on issues related to the detection of neologisms -
including new words, new meanings of existing words, and new multiword units -
and their representation in lexicography and dictionaries, featuring 14 papers
from across the world:
-Can a university project dedicated to the search for neologisms be useful to
lexicographers?. Ieda Maria Alves, University of São Paulo
-Linguistics terminology and neologisms in Swahili: Rules vs. practice.
Gilles-Maurice de Schryver and Jutta De Nul, Ghent University and University of
-New words for the Duden. Kathrin Kunkel-Razum, Bibliographisches Institut
-New Estonian words and senses: Detection and description. Margit Langemets and
Jelena Kallas, Institute of the Estonian Language
-A system for evaluating multiple data inputs to prioritize neologisms for
inclusion in dictionaries. Katherine Connor Martin, Oxford University Press
-Using the Hypothes.is web annotation tool for neologism collection. Erin
-The Korean Neologism Investigation Project: Current status and key issues.
Kilim Nam, Sujin Lee and Hae-Yun Jung, Kyungpook National University
-New words in Japanese and the design of UniDic electronic dictionary. Teruaki
Oka, National Institute for Japanese Language and Linguistics
-Adding neologisms to the Hebrew online dictionary Rav-Milim. Noga Porath,
-The formation of neologisms in a lesser used language: The case of Frisian.
Hindrik Sijens, Fryske Akademy
-Beyond frequency: On the dictionarisation of new words in Spanish. Sergi
Torner and Judit Freixa, Pompeu Fabra University
-Anglicisms and language-internal neologisms: Dealing with new words and
expressions in The Danish Dictionary. Lars Trap-Jensen, Society for Danish
Language and Literature
-Exploring criteria for the inclusion of trademarks in general language
dictionaries of Modern Greek. Anna Vacalopoulou, Institute for Language and
Speech Processing / Athena
-Neologisms in a Dutch online portal. Vivien Waszink, Instituut voor de
The workshop proceedings will be available online on the Globalex website and
published as a special issue of the DSNA journal Dictionaries.
GWLN 2019 is co-organized by Annette Klosa-Kückelhaus (Institute of the German
Language) and Ilan Kernerman (K Dictionaries).
* GLOBALEX, Global Association for Lexicography. https://globalex.link
* DSNA 22. https://www.indiana.edu/~iucweb/dsna/