LINGUIST List 11.1882

Thu Sep 7 2000

Calls: Dialogue Analysis, English Studies

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  1. Annelie �del, I.A.D.A. 2001- Recent Trends in Dialogue Analysis
  2. Annelie �del, 8th Nordic Conference for English Studies

Message 1: I.A.D.A. 2001- Recent Trends in Dialogue Analysis

Date: Tue, 5 Sep 2000 09:06:26 +0200
From: Annelie �del <annelie.adeleng.gu.se>
Subject: I.A.D.A. 2001- Recent Trends in Dialogue Analysis


	**** INVITATION AND CALL FOR PAPERS ****

	I.A.D.A. 2001- Recent Trends in Dialogue Analysis
	G�teborg University, April 19-21 2001

	*********************************

The 8th Biennial Congress of the International Association for
Dialogue Analysis (I.A.D.A) will take place in G�teborg, Sweden from
Thursday April 19th thry"ugh Saturday April 21st hosted by the
English Department and the Linguistics Department, G�teborg
University.

The title of the conference includes both theoretical approaches to
the analysis of dialogue in discourse analysis or conversation
analysis and empirical work oy" different aspects of dialogue and
discourse. One of the main topics of the conference will be
misunderstandings or lack of cooperation in dialogue. It y"s hoped
that there will also be some special sessions on the analysis of
spoken and multimodal corpora, dialogue analysis in a historical
perspective and dialogy"c aspects of literature. The programme will
consist of plenary lectures, papers and workshops. Further details on
the conference programme will be given in the autumn on the homepage
of the English Department.

The closing date for abstracts will be October 1st, which will allow
the organisers to send out confirmations of acceptance by early
November and thus give participants time to seek support and funding
from their institutions. Abstracts should be 75-125 words in length
for papers and 150-250 words for workshops and symposia. The language
of the abstract should be English. Please send yoy"r abstract
preferably in electronic form (as attachment) to
karin.aijmereng.gu.se.

Individual papers will be allowed 30 minutes (including 10 minutes for
discussion). The conference language will be English, French or German.

A selection of the Congress papers will be published by Niemeyer.

There will be an upper limit of 160 participants at the conference
which will take place in the Faculty of Arts Building at G�teborg
University.

The next circular will be sent out around November 1st.



		*** MEMBERSHIP ***

This information is available at http://www.hum.gu.se/~engadel/IADA/

 

		*** ACCOMMODATION ***

This information is available at http://www.hum.gu.se/~engadel/IADA/


		*** CONFERENCE FEES ***

 			Standard 	Early Bird (by Jan 31st)
I.A.D.A members		�100		�80
Non-members		�115		�95

There will be a reduction for participants from Eastern and Central Europe.


Karin Aijmer, English Department
Jens Allwood, Linguistics Department
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Message 2: 8th Nordic Conference for English Studies

Date: Tue, 5 Sep 2000 09:06:57 +0200
From: Annelie �del <annelie.adeleng.gu.se>
Subject: 8th Nordic Conference for English Studies


	**** INVITATION AND CALL FOR PAPERS ****

	 8th Nordic Conference for English Studies

	 G�teborg University, 24-27 May 2001

	*********************************

The 8th Nordic Conference for English Studies will take place in
G�teborg, Sweden from Thursday May 24th through Saturday May 26th
2001 hosted by the English Department, G�teborg University. Further
details on the conference programy"e will be given in the autumn on
our homepage.

The programme will consist of plenary lectures with invited speakers,
papers and workshops in the areas of English linguistics, English
literature, English language teaching or culture. There will also be a
special poster session. The social programme will include a banquet
dinner, a reception and a guided tour of G�teborg.

The closing date for abstracts will be November 1st, which will allow
the organisers to send out confirmations of acceptance by early
December and thuy" give participants time to seek support and funding
from their universities. Abstracts should be 75-125 words in length
for papers or posters and 150-250 words for workshops. Please send
your abstract preferably in electronic form (as attachment) to
karin.aijmereng.gu.se.

Individual papers will be allowed 30 minutes (including 10 minutes 
for discussion).

The next circular will be sent out around December 1st.

*** ACCOMMODATION ***

Hotels
Rooms have been reserved at Hotel Panorama, Eklandagatan 51-53
(close to the conference venue).
tel. +46 (0)31-767 70 00, fax +46 (0)31-767 70 70
Room rate: 715 Sw. Crowns (single rooms)

Hostels
(only a limited number of rooms available): single room 300 SEK per night
(if used as double room 400 SEK per night). The rooms have a bath or a shower.
Kitchen facilities.

*** CONFERENCE FEES ***

Information about conference fees will be available soon.


Karin Aijmer
Lennart Bj�rk
English Department,
G�teborg University,
Sweden

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