LINGUIST List 13.68

Sun Jan 13 2002

Calls: Native American Literature, Text & Discourse

Editor for this issue: Renee Galvis <reneelinguistlist.org>


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Directory

  1. SWANN BRIAN, Iroquoian Reader
  2. Max Louwerse, Society for Text & Discourse

Message 1: Iroquoian Reader

Date: Fri, 11 Jan 2002 11:55:07 -0500 (EST)
From: SWANN BRIAN <swanncooper.edu>
Subject: Iroquoian Reader




Brian Swann is putting together an IROQUOIAN READER (to include
Cherokee), along the lines of his 1996 Random House COMING TO
LIGHT:CONTEMPORARY TRANSLATIONS OF THE NATIVE LITERATURES OF NORTH
AMERICA (69 pages of which, plus reviews, can be read at
Amazon.com). Details have yet to be worked out, but contributions will
probably be due about a year from now. If you are interested please
contact Swann at:swanncooper.edu (or 212.353.4279).

Best wishes, and thanks, Brian
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Message 2: Society for Text & Discourse

Date: Fri, 11 Jan 2002 15:36:07 -0600
From: Max Louwerse <mlouwersmemphis.edu>
Subject: Society for Text & Discourse

The Society for Text and Discourse

The Society for Text & Discourse is an international society of
researchers who investigate all aspects of discourse processing and
text analysis. The purpose of the Society is to consolidate research
in discourse processing and to enhance communication among researchers
in different disciplines.


Discourse Processes

Membership includes various discounts as well as the journal Discourse
Processes published by Lawrence Erlbaum Associates. This official
journal of the Society for Text and Discourse provides a forum for the
cross-fertilization of ideas from diverse disciplines that share a
common interest in discourse, be it prose comprehension and recall,
dialogue analysis, text grammar construction, computer simulation of
natural language, cross-cultural comparisons of communicative
competence, or related topics.


Call for papers

The Society will hold its Twelfth Annual Meeting at the Palmer House
Hotel in Chicago, IL, from Thursday through Sunday, June 27 - 30. This
year we are holding a coordinated meeting with the Society for the
Scientific Study of Reading. The two organizations are jointly
planning several special, invited sessions that are designed for
attendees at both conferences. In addition, poster sessions will be
conducted in the same room at the same time. The remainder of the
program will have four parallel sessions in each time slot, two
devoted to ST&D presentations and two devoted to SSSR presentations.
The Deadline for Proposal Submission is February 1, 2001. See the
conference site http://www.psyc.memphis.edu/ST&;D/ST&D.htm for
details.


Electronic payment procedure (NEW!)

Membership and conference registration is now also electronic by an
electronic payment procedure through a secure site. See the
registration site (http://www.psyc.memphis.edu/ST&;D/ST&D.htm) for
details. Your credit card information is encrypted using a secure
server for maximum security. Your credit card information cannot be
intercepted as it travels to our ordering system and it is stored in a
location not accessible via the Internet.


Student membership including Discourse Processes (NEW!)

This year we offer a special student membership category that includes
the journal Discourse Processes. Student membership is $30.

If you have any questions concerning Society for Text & Discourse
related issues (membership, conferences) please contact
st_dmail.psyc.memphis.edu

________________________________________
 Society for Text and Discourse
 Department of Psychology
 University of Memphis
 Psychology Building
 Memphis TN 38152
 USA

 email: st_dmail.psyc.memphis.edu

 http://www.psyc.memphis.edu/st&;d.htm
________________________________________



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