2nd Globalex Workshop on Lexicography and Neology, 2020
GWLN-2 @ EURALEX 2020 – CANCELLED, REORGANIZED ONLINE
The second iteration of Globalex Workshop on Lexicography and Neologism was due to be held in conjunction with the EURALEX 2020 Congress at Alexandroupolis, Greece.
As the conference was cancelled due to the COVID-19 pandemic, some of the papers were presented as part of a mini workshop online on 4 November 2020.
Selected papers formed a special issue of International Journal of Lexicography – Volume 34, Issue 3, September 2021 – Lexicographic Neology and Neological Lexicography, guest edited by Annette Klosa-Kückelhaus and Ilan Kernerman.
The following papers were accepted to GWLN-2 before cancelation:
- oral presentations
Pescapalabras: Citizen science strategies applied to the detection and evaluation of neologisms. Nava Maroto and Miguel Sánchez Ibáñez
How to treat once new, but outdated neologisms in dictionaries. Vivien Wasznik
Automatic analysis of the dictionariability of neologisms: The GARBELL for Catalan. Judit Freixa Aymerich and
When neologisms don’t reach the dictionary: Occasionnalisms in Spanish. Pedro Javier Bueno Ruiz
Neology in the Czech 2.0 web portal: How creative are its users? Michal Škrabal and Martin Kavka
Dictionarization and lexicographic representation of varieties of Spanish in dictionaries of neologisms: Semantic and morphological aspects. Andreína Adelstein and Victoria de los Ángeles Boschiroli
The treatment of neologisms in two Norwegian dictionaries. Dagfinn Rødningen and Knut E. Karlsen
It’s a long way to a dictionary: Between creation and dictionarization. Anastasia Christofidou and Vassiliki Afentoulidou
Dictionary of Slovak Neologisms. Martin Ološtiak and Soňa Rešovská
The presence of Brazilian Portuguese neologisms in dictionaries. Ieda Maria Alves and Bruno Maroneze
Facebook as a source for Norwegian dialect words. Tor Erik Jenstad
The newest Slovene lexis in the Growing Dictionary of Slovene Language: Lexicological and lexicographical perspectives. Domen Krvina
Considerations on the lexicographic description of short-term neologisms. Annette Klosa-Kückelhaus
Identification of neologisms in Japanese corpora using synthesis. James Breen, Timothy Baldwin and Francis Bond
A neology platform for Frisian. Eduard Drenth, Hindrik Sijens and Hans Van de Velde
New verbs and dictionaries: A method for automatic detection of verbal neology. Rogelio Nazar, Irene Renau and Ana Castro