LINGUIST List 11.1220

Tue May 30 2000

Calls: Summer Linguistics/2000, Susanne Hubner Seminar

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  1. Johannes Wagner, Summer Linguistics 2000
  2. Carlos Inchaurralde, 11th Susanne Hubner Seminar [New Deadline]

Message 1: Summer Linguistics 2000

Date: Mon, 29 May 2000 16:38:17 +0200
From: Johannes Wagner <>
Subject: Summer Linguistics 2000

		Last Call
	Summer Linguistics 2000, June 17 - 25
	University of Southern Denmark, Odense


June 19 - 23

Jan Blommaert: Ethnopoetic analysis of narratives
Herbert H.Clark: Using Language
Gene Lerner/Gail Jefferson: Conversation Analysis
Zoltan Kovecses: Language, Emotion, Mind
Jacob L. Mey: Pragmatic Perspectives

June 17,18,24,25
Thomas Madsen, Anthony Maxwell, Johannes Wagner: Production of digital
sound and video for research in language and communication.

Deadline for applications: June 1st 2000

Further information:

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Johannes Wagner 
University of Southern Denmark phone (45) 65 50 32 20
Language and Communication fax (45) 65 93 24 83 
Campusvej 55 
DK-5230 Odense M
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Message 2: 11th Susanne Hubner Seminar [New Deadline]

Date: Mon, 29 May 2000 12:02:02 +0200
From: Carlos Inchaurralde <>
Subject: 11th Susanne Hubner Seminar [New Deadline]


**** New Deadline for abstracts: 30 June 2000 *****

Bridging the gap between interaction and cognition in linguistics

Zaragoza (Spain)
March 1-3, 2001

	The Department of English and German Philology at the University of
Zaragoza (Spain) is organizing the 11th Susanne H�bner Seminar, to be held
in March 2001. Scholars working in any field related to the Seminar's main
topic are welcome to participate.

	The topic of this year's seminar will be the fit between linguistic
approaches dealing with interaction or communication and approaches which
give some prominence to the role of cognition in language. This distinction
between the external and the internal workings of language has found a
clear expression in the different objects of study in pragmatics and in
cognitive linguistics. The emphasis of the contributions expected from the
participants can be on either of the two poles, but we are interested in
seeing how the boundaries between paradigms can be crossed. The following
thematic areas are suggested:

- Translation
- Discourse analysis
- Lexis and categorization in language use
- Metaphor and metonymy
- Specialized language
- Language learning and acquisition

	Participants are invited to submit abstracts for 20 minute
papers. These abstracts should not exceed 150 words and should be sent
to any of the addresses below, specifying thematic area, author,
affiliation and contact address. Electronic submissions in ASCII
format are encouraged, but we will also accept printed copies. The
deadline for submission of abstracts to be considered for acceptance
is June 30, 2000. Contributors will be notified of the Refereeing
Committee's decision by September 30, and the final version of
the papers (no longer than 15 pages) will be due on January 30. A
selection of the papers will be published in a special volume.


Dr. Celia Flor�n			Dr. Carlos Inchaurralde		
e-mail:		e-mail:

Non-electronic	XI Seminario Susanne H�bner address:	

Departamento de Filolog�a Inglesa y Alemana
Facultad de Filosof�a y Letras
Ciudad Universitaria
C/ Pedro Cerbuna, 12
50009 Zaragoza 		Tel.: (+34) 976 76 15 38
Spain				Fax: (+34) 976 76 15 19

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