LINGUIST List 10.881

Wed Jun 9 1999

Calls: New Socioling Series, Pragmatics Conference

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  1. Lisa Natascha Barrett, Language, Power, and Social Process/New Series from Mouton de Gruyter
  2. alan harris, 7th International Pragmatics Conference

Message 1: Language, Power, and Social Process/New Series from Mouton de Gruyter

Date: Tue, 01 Jun 1999 09:22:55 +0200
From: Lisa Natascha Barrett <BarrettdeGruyter.com>
Subject: Language, Power, and Social Process/New Series from Mouton de Gruyter

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MOUTON IN PAPERBACK
		
New Series from Mouton de Gruyter
		
L P S P: Language, Power and Social Process
		
Edited by Monica Heller and Richard J. Watts
		
Aim of the series: The new series for Mouton de Gruyter aims at
contributing to the development of new approaches in the sociolinguistic
and linguistic anthropological study of social issues and social
problems.
		
Themes to be addressed: The series will contain critical analyses of
language and power in social processes and will highlight substantive,
theoretical and methodological dimensions of sociolinguistic
research.The series will include monographs as well as edited volumes.
		
Frequency: Two to three volumes per year.
		
Of interest to: The readers will be newcomers to the field as well as
specialists looking for accounts which attend to the complexities and
ambiguities of language use in concrete social situations and which also
contribute to the development of reflexive research practices and of
general social theory. It will be of use in both undergraduate and
graduate teaching and will be priced accordingly.
		
Available in cloth and paperback.
		
The first three volumes will be published in Summer 1999:
	
Talk, Work and Institutional Order
Discourse in Medical, Mediation and Management Settings
Edited by Srikant Sarangi and Celia Roberts
1999. 23 x 15,5 cm. Approx. 400 pages.
Paperback. DM 48,00/oeS 350,00/sFr 45,00/US$ 24.95
ISBN 3110157225
Cloth. DM 148,00/oeS 1080,00/sFr 132,00/US$ 89.95
ISBN 3110157233
 This book takes an interdisciplinary approach to talk and its 
role in creating workplace practice and relationships. Analytic tools
drawn from ethnography, conversation analysis, interactional
sociolinguistics and discourse analysis illuminate a range of
workplace discourses from medical, mediation and management settings
(e.g., hospital rounds, divorce mediation, enterprise bargaining).
		
Language Ideological Debates
Edited by Jan Blommaert
1999. 23 x 15,5 cm. Approx. 400 pages.
Paperback. DM 48,00/oeS 350,00/sFr 45,00/US$ 24.95
ISBN 3110163497
Cloth. DM 148,00/oeS 1080,00/sFr 132,00/approx. US$ 93.00
ISBN 3110163500
 Language-Ideological Debates presents analyses of historically
situated discursive events -- debates -- during which ideas about
language are formed, articulated, and authoritatively entextualized. The
studies cover cases as diverse as Corsica, the US, Singapore, and Congo.
Based on detailed empirical analyses, the book intends to fuel the
theoretical discussion on language, history, and society.

Alexandra Jaffe
Ideologies in Action
Language Politics on Corsica
1999. 23 x 15,5 cm. Approx. 336 pages.
Paperback. DM 48,00/oeS 350,00/sFr 45,00/US$ 24.95
ISBN 3110164442
Cloth. DM 148,00/oeS 1080,00/sFr 132,00/US$ 89.95
ISBN 3110164450
 In Corsica, spelling contests, road signs, bilingual education bills
and Corsican language newscasts leave language planners and ordinary
speakers deeply divided over how to define what \147counts\148 as Corsican and
how it is connected with cultural identity. In Ideologies in Action,
Alexandra Jaffe explores the complex interrelationship between
linguistic ideologies and practices on the French island of Corsica.
This detailed exploration of the ideological and political underpinnings
of three decades of language planning raises fundamental questions about
what it means to \147save\148 a minority language, and the way in which
specific cultural, political, and ideological contexts shape the
\147success\148 and \147failures\148 of linguistic engineering efforts.

If you would like to submit a manuscript to the series please contact:
moutondegruyter.de

Prices are subject to change without notice.

For order information please contact:
Walter de Gruyter & Co. KG
P.O.Box 30 34 21
10728 Berlin, Germany
Fax: +49 (0)30 26005-222
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Titles published by Mouton de Gruyter can be ordered via World Wide Web:

http://www.degruyter.de

	
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Message 2: 7th International Pragmatics Conference

Date: Tue, 8 Jun 1999 15:17:36 -0700 (PDT)
From: alan harris <vcspc005csun.edu>
Subject: 7th International Pragmatics Conference


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Budapest: Cognition in Language Use: The role of perception and
representation, memory and planning, and metalinguistic awareness - 7th
International Pragmatics Conference.
	Deadline Panel proposals: 15 September 1999
	Deadline Paper proposals: 01 November 1999
Info: IPrA Secretariat, P.O. Box 33 (Antwerp 11), B-2018 Antwerp, Belgium;
Tel+Fax +32-3-2305574, email: <iprauia.ua.ac.be>
"http://ipra-www.uia.ac.be/ipra/


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/


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\243zsef ANDOR (P\233cs), Wolfgang DRESSLER
(Vienna), L\225szl\243 KOML\211SI (P\233cs), Zolt\225n K\214VECSES (Budapest), Enik
N\201METH (Szeged), Csaba PL\201H (Szeged), G\225bor 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\246teborg), "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\201H (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 already being prepared by Norine BERENZ
(Johannesburg), K\225roly BIBOK (Szeged), Igor BOGUSLAVSKY (Moscow),
Patrick BOYLAN (Rome), Frank BRISARD (Antwerp), Hubert CUYCKENS
(Leuven), Derek EDWARDS (Loughborough), Dariusz GALASINSKI
(Wolverhampton), Yueguo GU (Beijing), Paul ten HAVE (Amsterdam), Sachiko
IDE (Tokyo), Karol JANICKI (Bergen), Katarzyna JASZCZOLT (Cambridge),
Istv\225n KECSK\201S (Missoula), Andr\225s KERT\201SZ (Debrecen), Peter KLOTZ
(Bayreuth), L\225szl\243 KOMLOSI (P\233cs), Zolt\225n K\214VECSES (Budapest), 
Marta
MALECZKI (Szeged), Ulrike MEINHOF (Bradford), Enik N\201METH (Szeged), Jan
NUYTS (Antwerp), Klaus-Uwe PANTHER (Hamburg), Tunde PAPP (Missoula),
Aneta PAVLENKO (Philadelphia), Uta QUASTHOFF (Dortmund), Kanavillil
RAJAGOPALAN (Campinas), Ken TURNER (Brighton), Li WEI (Newcastle), Ruth
WODAK (Vienna)

CALL FOR PAPERS

Letters of intent for the organization of panels, specifying a clear
pragmatics-related topic and explaining the rationale behind the
initiative, should reach the IPrA Secretariat as soon as possible, but
at any rate no later than September 15th 1999. Such proposals will be
negotiated directly in view of the contribution they make to the overall
program. Note that all contributions to panels have to be submitted in
precisely the same way as individual papers

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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