LINGUIST List 13.1753

Thu Jun 20 2002

Calls: Spanish Pragmatics, Cognitive Ling

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  1. Rosina Marquez, Spanish Pragmatics
  2. Maria Lorena Perez Hernandez, CFP - Cognitive Ling

Message 1: Spanish Pragmatics

Date: Wed, 19 Jun 2002 10:43:47 +0100
From: Rosina Marquez <rosinamarquez-reiter.freeserve.co.uk>
Subject: Spanish Pragmatics

We are writing a book on Spanish pragmatics, to include any variety of
Spanish as well as contrastive studies of Spanish and other (un)
related languages. If you have published in this area, we would be
grateful to receive references or copies of your articles as soon as
possible. Please send them to r.marquez-reitersurrey.ac.uk
	
We will publish a summary of the results for the Linguist List.
	
With thanks,
	
Rosina
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Message 2: CFP - Cognitive Ling

Date: Thu, 20 Jun 2002 14:20:33 +0200
From: Maria Lorena Perez Hernandez <lorena.perezdfm.unirioja.es>
Subject: CFP - Cognitive Ling


8th International Cognitive Linguistics Conference (ICLC 2003)

"Cognitive Linguistics, Functionalism, Discourse Studies: Common
Ground and New Directions"

July 20-25, 2003
University of La Rioja, Spain


 FIRST CALL FOR PAPERS

The ICLC is the biannual meeting of the International Cognitive
Linguistics Association. This is the first call for abstracts for the
GENERAL, POSTER, and THEME sessions. Papers in all areas of Cognitive
Linguistics are welcome.


SUBMISSION GUIDELINES

A) GENERAL SESSIONS: ORAL AND POSTER PRESENTATIONS:

Abstracts are solicited for 20-minute oral presentations to be
presented in parallel sessions, and for poster presentations.

B) THEME SESSIONS/WORKSHOPS

Organizers of theme sessions should be prepared to submit the
following information:

a) A short description of their session topic (300-500 words)
b) An indication of the structure proposed for the whole session:
order of presentations, discussant contributions, breaks, and general
discussion by the audience.
c) The abstracts from all of their speakers, accompanied by all the
information requested in the abstract specifications below.
d) The names of discussants plus an indication of their discussion
assignments.
e) The length of each of the oral presentations. These should not
exceed 20 minutes.
f) The time assigned to discussants (it should range between 15 and 20
minutes).
g) The amount of time for general discussion by the audience.


ABSTRACT SPECIFICATIONS FOR GENERAL AND THEME SESSIONS:

All abstracts should be maximum 500 words (about one page), including
references, and they should specify research question(s),
approach/method/data, and (expected) results. Each proposal will be
reviewed anonymously by three members of a large international panel.
Notifications of the Organizing Committee's decisions will be sent out
by February 15, 2003.

Electronic submissions are strongly encouraged. The body of your email
message should contain the following information:


- author name(s)
- affiliation(s)
- full mailing address
- telephone number
- fax number
- email address
- title of presentation
- (three or four) keywords
- presenter(s) name (person/s who will be making the presentation)
- preferred format:

 a) oral presentation
 b) poster
 c) preference for oral presentation but willing to do a poster
 (time slots for spoken presentations may be limited)

The abstract should be anonymous. Please, send title and abstract in
an attached file (MS Word, RTF). Submit your proposal to the following
email address:

 francisco.ruizdfm.unirioja.es

Should you be unable to submit your abstract electronically, send 3
high-quality anonymous copies of your abstract and the keywords,
accompanied by 1 high-quality copy of the rest of the information
(name, affiliation, address, etc.) to the following address:


 Francisco J. RUIZ DE MENDOZA
 Universidad de La Rioja
 Departamento de Filologias Modernas
 Edificio de Filologia
 c/San Jose de Calasanz s/n
 Campus Universitario
 26004, Logrono, La Rioja, Spain

 Tel.: +34 (941) 299430
 FAX.: +34 (941) 299419


Only those proposals following the abstract specifications will be
considered.


SUBMISSION DEADLINES

-For GENERAL and POSTER sessions: November 15, 2002
-For THEME sessions: October 1, 2002


CONTACT INFORMATION

For up-to-date information on all matters, check the ICLC website:

http://www.unirioja.es/dptos/dfm/sub/congresos/LingCog/ICLC_2003.html

Further information on the International Cognitive Linguistics
Association (ICLA): See the ICLA homepage at
http://www.cognitivelinguistics.org/

If the information you need is not yet available, feel free to contact
the organizers.


ORGANIZING COMMITTEE

Francisco Ruiz de Mendoza Ibanez, University of La Rioja
(francisco.ruizdfm.unirioja.es)

Javier Martin Arista, University of La Rioja.
(javier.martindfm.unirioja.es)

Lorena Perez Hernandez, University of La Rioja
(lorena.perezdfm.unirioja.es)

Sandra Pena Cervel, UNED, Madrid (spenaflog.uned.es)

Francisco Santibanez Saenz, University of La Rioja
(francisco.santibanezdfm.unirioja.es)

Olga Diez Velasco, University of La Rioja (olgadiezemail.com)

Nuria Alfaro, University of La Rioja (nuria.alfarodfm.unirioja.es)


ADVISORY COMMITTEE

Antonio Barcelona, University of Murcia (absum.es)
Rene Dirven, Duisburg (rene.dirvenpandora.be)
Carlos Inchaurralde, Zaragoza University (inchaurposta.unizar.es)
Juana Marin, Complutense University (juanafilol.ucm.es)
Jan Nuyts, Antwerp University (Jan.Nuytsua.ac.be)
Klaus-Uwe Panther, Hamburg University (pantheruni-hamburg.de)
Jesus Sanchez, Cordoba University (ff1sagajlucano.uco.es)
Gerard Steen, Vrije University (gj.steenLET.VU.NL)

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