LINGUIST List 10.219

Wed Feb 10 1999

Confs: Linguistics, Literature, and Writing

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  1. Lynn Alan Eubank, A conference across linguistics, literature, and writing

Message 1: A conference across linguistics, literature, and writing

Date: Wed, 10 Feb 1999 15:25:28 -0600 (CST)
From: Lynn Alan Eubank <>
Subject: A conference across linguistics, literature, and writing

Languaging 99: A Conference Across Linguistics, Literature, and Writing
will be held at the Radisson Hotel and the University of North Texas
campus in Denton, Texas on 4-6 March 1999. The conference is sponsored by
the Graduate Students in English Association at the University of North
Texas (UNT) with generous support from the UNT Department of English and
from the UNT Dean of Arts and Sciences. 

 Reed Way Dasenbrock, Literary Plenary 
 New Mexico State University 

 Donna Jo Napoli, Linguistics Plenary 
 Swarthmore College 

 Richardo Pau-Llosa, Creative Writing Plenary 

 Donna Jo Napoli
 Writing Junior Fiction 

 Richardo Pau-Llosa 
 Creative Writing 
 Writing Art Criticism 

 Richard Tchen
 Writing and Mathematics 

 Mark Turner
 Rhetorical Theory

PLUS 100 other papers and presentations in all of the following
 -Literary Analysis
 -Linguistic Analysis
 -Linguistics and Literature
 -Cognitive Metaphor
 -Writing Pedagogy
 -Creative Readings: Poetry
 -Creative Readings: Prose

A complete listing of papers and presentations is
available at our web site:

 The Languaging Conference offers a reduced rate for early 
 registration. To enjoy early registration rates, return 
 the registration form below postmarked by 15 February 1999 to the 
 following address: 

 Languaging 99
 Department of Englsih
 University of North Texas
 Denton, TX 76203

 Those wishing to register may use the form below (or check 
 our web site at



 Complete Postal Address: 



 Reduced-Rate Registration Fees
 Student $25.00
 Professor $55.00

 Regular-Rate (i.e., on-site) Registration Fees:
 Student $35.00
 Professor $65.00

Languaging Luncheon Fee $12.50 
(Note: We can guarantee you a place at the luncheon only if you
register early at the reduced rate.)


*Please make checks payable to the "Languaging 99".

 Denton is located at the north periphery of the Dallas/Fort 
 Worth area, making travel to the conference uncomplicated. 

 To travel to Denton, 

 -- By air: 
 1. Fly to either Dallas/Fort Worth (DFW) airport or 
 Dallas Love Field airport 
 2. Take a shuttle to Denton from the airport (see below). 

 -- By car: 
 1. Take I-35 to the exit nearest to your accommodation 
 (Generate directions to the university conference 
 at our website.) 

 Arranging a Shuttle 
 To arrange for a shuttle to Denton, call 
 Affordable Limo, Shuttle, and Taxi (24-hour service): 
 at DFW (972) 420-0303 
 from elsewhere 1-888-618-LIMO (5466) 
 $25 for 1 person 
 $8 for each additional person 

 Visit our website to link to generate a list of hotels from 
 the Denton Chamber of Commerce. 

 If you choose to stay at the Radisson Hotel, please register 
 under the CCTE block of rooms. Languaging 99 and CCTE are 
 coordinating efforts this year. 

If you have any questions, please feel free to contact us at the 
Following address:


We look forward to seeing you at the conference in March!

 Anne Schoolfield Lynn Eubank
 Gene Jackson Haj Ross
 Ashley O'Neill (faculty advisers)
 Kathy Strong
 Tim Hagood
 Lisa Martin
 (student organizers)
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