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Calls: 7th International Pragmatics Conference

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Message 1: 7th International Pragmatics Conference

Date: Mon, 4 Oct 1999 11:40:44 +0200
From: Jef Verschueren <verschuia.ua.ac.be>
Subject: 7th International Pragmatics Conference


7th INTERNATIONAL PRAGMATICS CONFERENCE

Budapest, Hungary, 9-14 July 2000

Check the IPrA home page for more details at 
http://ipra-www.uia.ac.be/ipra/

DO NOT MISS THE NOVEMBER 1ST ABSTRACTS DEADLINE

The 7th International Pragmatics Conference will be held on 9-14 July
2000 on the premises
of Budapest Technical University (Building K), the largest institution 
of higher education in
Hungary, situated on the Buda side of the city, overlooking the Danube, 
10 minutes from the city
center.

 CONFERENCE CHAIR: Ferenc KIEFER (IPrA President and Director of the 
Linguistic
 Institute of the Hungarian Academy of Sciences)

 LOCAL ORGANIZING COMMITTEE: J=A2zsef ANDOR (P=82cs), Wolfgang 
DRESSLER
 (Vienna), L=A0szl=A2 KOML SI (P=82cs), Zolt=A0n K=99VECSES 
(Budapest), Enik N=90METH
 (Szeged), Csaba PL=90H (Szeged), G=A0bor TOLCSVAI NAGY (Budapest)

 INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE COMMITTEE: In addition to the members of 
the Local
 Organizing Committee, the International Conference Committee will 
include: Christiane
 BALTAXE (Los Angeles), Laura BENIGNI (Rome), Josie BERNICOT 
(Paris), Jan
 BLOMMAERT (Ghent), Thorstein FRETHEIM (Trondheim), Monica HELLER
 (Toronto), Alexandra JAFFE (Hattiesburg), Manfred KIENPOINTNER 
(Innsbruck),
 Kang-Kwong LUKE (Hong Kong), Jan NUYTS (Antwerp), Klaus-Uwe PANTHER
 (Hamburg), Ben RAMPTON (London), Srikant SARANGI (Cardiff), Alain 
TROGNON
 (Nancy), Jef VERSCHUEREN (Antwerp)

TOPICS

The conference is open to all topics of interest to pragmatics in its
widest sense as a cognitive, social, and cultural perspective on
langauge and communication. The special topic of this edition of the
International Pragmatics Conferences is Cognition in language use: The
role of perception and representation, memory and planning, and
metalinguistic awareness.

PLENARY LECTURES (titles are tentative)

 Jens ALLWOOD (G=94teborg), "Activity-based analysis of meaning and 
interaction"
 Wolfgang DRESSLER & Heinz STARK (Vienna), "Clinical impairments of 
text pragmatics:
 Linguistic or cognitive?"
Ray GIBBS (Santa Cruz), "Inferring what speakers say and what they mean"
 Auli HAKULINEN (Helsinki), "What can a grammarian learn from =
conversation analysis?"
 Maya HICKMANN (Paris), "Cognition and language in child 
development: Old questions, new
 directions"
John LUCY (Chicago), "Fashions of speaking: Linguistic relativity in the 
social sciences"
Csaba PL=90H (Szeged), "Language processing & modularity"
 Michael TOMASELLO (Leipzig), "The pragmatics of word learning in 
early child language"

OTHER EVENTS include regular lecture sessions, poster sessions, panels, 
and data sessions.

PANELS on a wide range of topics (both in the special topic area and in 
domains of general
interest) are now being prepared by Charles ANTAKI (Loughborough), 
Michael BAMBERG
(Worcester), Marcel BAX (Groningen), Norine BERENZ (Johannesburg), Josie 
BERNICOT
(Poitiers), K=A0roly BIBOK (Szeged), Igor BOGUSLAVSKY (Moscow), Agnes 
BOLONYAI
(Greenville), John BONVILLIAN (Charlottesville), Patrick BOYLAN (Rome), 
Frank BRISARD
(Antwerp), Genevi=8Ave CALBRIS (Paris), Helena CALSAMIGLIA (Barcelona), 
Robyn
CARSTON (London), Rebecca CLIFT (Colchester), Charles COLEMAN 
(Laurelton), Hubert
CUYCKENS (Leuven), Emmanuelle DANBLON (Brussels), Ana=8Bd DONABEDIAN 
(Paris),
Anna DUSZAK (Warsaw), Derek EDWARDS (Loughborough), Richard EPSTEIN 
(Camden),
Susan ERVIN-TRIPP (Berkeley), Anita FETZER (Stuttgart), Nathalie FRANKEN 
(Brussels),
Elin FREDSTED (Sonderborg), Dariusz GALASINSKI (Wolverhampton), Susan 
GASS (East
Lansing), Vincent GIROUL (Louvain), Eric GRILLO (Paris), Yueguo GU 
(Beijing), Mich=8Ale
GUIDETTI (Poitiers), Joan Kelly HALL (Athens, Georgia), Jo van den HAUWE 
(Brussels), Paul
ten HAVE (Amsterdam), Elizabeth HOLT (Huddersfield), No=89l HOUCK 
(Tokyo), Christian
HUDELOT (Paris), Sachiko IDE (Tokyo), Geert JACOBS (Antwerp), Alexandra 
JAFF
(Hattiesburg), Karol JANICKI (Bergen), Katarzyna JASZCZOLT (Cambridge), 
Adam
JAWORSKI (Cardiff), Andreas JUCKER (Giessen), Istv=A0n KECSK=90S 
(Missoula), Andr=A0s
KERT=90SZ (Debrecen), Peter KLOTZ (Bayreuth), L=A0szl=A2 KOML SI 
(P=82cs), Tom KOOLE
(Utrecht), Zolt=A0n K=99VECSES (Budapest), Philippe KREUTZ (Brussels), 
Amy KYRATZIS
(Santa Barbara), Sakis KYRATZIS (Kingston), Ritva LAURY (Fresno), Anne 
LEFEBVRE
(Paris), Cl=A0udia de LEMOS (Campinas), Marta MALECZKI (Szeged), Ivana 
MARKOVA
(Stirling), Harrie MAZELAND (Groningen), Christiane MEIERKORD (Erfurt),
Ulrike
MEINHOF (Bradford), Christine MICHAUX (Brussels), Lorenza MONDADA 
(Basel), Annie
MONTAUT (Paris), Enik N=90METH (Szeged), Neal NORRICK (Saarbr=81cken), 
Jan NUYTS
(Antwerp), Patricia O'CONNOR (Georgetown), Jan-Ola =99STMAN (Helsinki), 
Yuling PAN
(Hong Kong), Klaus-Uwe PANTHER (Hamburg), Tunde PAPP (Missoula), Aneta 
PAVLENKO
(Philadelphia), Miriam PETRUCK (Berkeley), Ingrid PILLER (Hamburg), Uta 
QUASTHOFF
(Dortmund), Kanavillil RAJAGOPALAN (Campinas), Anne SALAZAR ORVIG 
(Paris), Anne
Catherine SIMON (Louvain), Claude SIONIS (Nantes), Jan ten THIJE 
(Chemnitz), Alain
TROGNON (Nancy), Ken TURNER (Brighton), Tuija VIRTANEN (Vaxjo), Johannes
WAGNER (Odense), Claudia WANDERLEY (Brazil), Suwako WATANABE (Portland), 
Michel
WAUTHION (Louvain), Li WEI (Newcastle), Ruth WODAK (Vienna), Sayoko 
YAMASHITA
(Tokyo), Vladimir ZEGARAC (Luton)
The titles of all panels in preparation will be posted on the IPrA =
website in the beginning of
Ocrtober. The deadline for panel proposals has now passed.

CALL FOR PAPERS

Letters of intent for the organization of panels are no longer accepted.

Paper submissions for panel contributions (whether invited by the
panel organizer(s) or sent in spontaneously), lectures and posters, as
well as proposals for data sessions should be sent before November 1st
1999 to the IPrA Secretariat.

For detailed instructions for the submission of conference
contributions, as well as for information on registration and other
conference-related matters, contact:

 IPrA Secretariat
 P.O. Box 33 (Antwerp 11)
 B-2018 Antwerp
 Belgium

 tel. + fax +32-3-230 55 74
 e-mail: iprauia.ua.ac.be

or consult our home page: http://ipra-www.uia.ac.be/ipra/ 
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