LINGUIST List 12.29

Mon Jan 8 2001

Calls: Historical Lexicography, Lang/Special Purposes

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  1. Coleman, Dr J.M., Conference on Historical Lexicography and Lexicology
  2. Anne Wagner, 13th European Symposium on Language for Special Purposes

Message 1: Conference on Historical Lexicography and Lexicology

Date: Mon, 8 Jan 2001 14:51:57 -0000
From: Coleman, Dr J.M. <jmc21leicester.ac.uk>
Subject: Conference on Historical Lexicography and Lexicology


First Call for Papers

Papers are invited on any subject in the fields of historical lexicography
and historical lexicology. They should be approximately twenty minutes long.

Submissions are also invited for sessions, which should be an hour and a
half in length, and could consist of roundtable discussions, demonstrations,
or linked papers.

There will also be an opportunity for conference participants to exchange
notes and queries. These should last no more than five minutes.

The conference language is English, but papers dealing with other languages
are welcomed.

Visit the conference website for more information:

http://www.le.ac.uk/ee/jmc21/hll.htm

Dr Julie Coleman
English Department phone: 0116 252 2635
University of Leicester fax: 0116 252 2065
University Road
Leicester. LE1 7RH 
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Message 2: 13th European Symposium on Language for Special Purposes

Date: Mon, 08 Jan 2001 16:06:00 +0000
From: Anne Wagner <wagneruniv-littoral.fr>
Subject: 13th European Symposium on Language for Special Purposes

20-24 August 2001: Vaasa University, Finland: 13th European Symposium on
LANGUAGE FOR SPECIAL PURPOSES, PORTA SCIENTIAE

http://www.uwasa.fi/lsp2001


CALL FOR PAPERS FOR THE FOLLOWING WORKSHOP:

"LEGAL DISCOURSE AND SOCIAL INQUIRY: its interpretation and innovative
directions"

Content: It will give contributors an opportunity not only to re-assess the
linguistic descriptions of legal discourse, but also consider the utility of
the latter in relation to former and/or oncoming social, political,
legislative or jurisprudential developments. The topics and aspects to be
discussed could be speech acts, conversational structures, linguistic
(grammatical and lexical) phenomena in spoken and written sub-genres.

Convener: Dr ANNE WAGNER

Abstracts or full papers should be sent before the end of May (at the latest)

e-mail: wagneruniv-littoral.fr
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