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Date: Sun, 24 Mar 2002 09:59:20 +0100
From: Martin P�tz <puetzuni-landau.de>
Subject: LAUD Symposium 2002

29th International LAUD Symposium
March 25 - 28, 2002
University of Koblenz-Landau, Germany
Campus Landau

THEME: The Language of Politico-Social Ideologies

Plenary Speakers:
John Baugh (University of Stanford, U.S.A.)
Terry Crowley (University of Waikato, Hamilton, New Zealand)
John Edwards (St. Francis Xavier University, Antigonish, Canada)
Norman Fairclough (University of Lancaster)
Dirk Geeraerts (Katholieke Universiteit Leuven, Belgium)
Bruce Hawkins (Illinois State University, Normal, IL, U.S.A.)
Konrad Koerner (University of Ottawa, Canada)
Gunther Kress (University of London, UK)
Jim Martin (University of Sydney)
Brigitte Nerlich (University of Nottingham)
Tim Rohrer (University of California, San Diego, U.S.A.)
Teun van Dijk (University of Amsterdam, The Netherlands)
Ruth Wodak (Austrian Academy of Sciences/University of Vienna, Austria)


CONFERENCE PROGRAMME

Monday, March 25

>From 9.00 hrs onwards

Registration at the reception hall of Park Hotel Landau

13.30

Welcome address by Prof. Dr. Martin P�tz
Conference Organizer

Opening speeches by

Prof. Dr. Roman Heiligenthal
Vice President of the University of Koblenz-Landau (Campus Landau)

Prof. Dr. Ulrich Schmitz
LAUD-Chairman
University of Essen, Germany

14.00 - 15.00
PLENARY 1
Jim Martin
Chair: Martin P�tz

15.00 - 15.30
Section A
Todd
Chair:White Section B

Wood
Chair: Schie� Section C
Leung
Chair: Bruner

15.30 - 16.00
Section A
Santa Ana
Chair: White Section B

McAndrew
Chair: Schie� Section C
Altendorf
Chair: Bruner

16.00 - 16.30 COFFEE BREAK

16.30 - 17.30
PLENARY 2
Tim Rohrer
Chair: Bruce Hawkins

17.30 - 18.30
PLENARY 3
Brigitte Nerlich
Chair: Gerda Lauerbach

18.30 - 19.00
Section A
Ryazanova-Clarke
Chair: Berthele Section B

Levanova
Chair: Donadio
19.00 SUPPER

Tuesday, March 26

9.00 - 10.00
PLENARY 4
Norman Fairclough
Chair: Martin P�tz

10.00 - 10.30
Section A
White
Chair: Todd Section B

Schie�
Chair: Wood
 Section C

Bruner
Chair: House

10.30 - 11.00 COFFEE BREAK


11.00 - 11.30
Section A
Musolff
Chair: J�kel

Section B
Lauerbach
Chair: Mittelberg

Section C
Flowerdew
Chair: Ribas Bisbal

11.30 - 12.00
Section A
Hudabiunigg
Chair: J�kel
Section B

Donadio
Chair: Mittelberg

Section C
Neff van Aertselaer
Chair: Ribas Bisbal

12.00 - 12.30
Section A
van der Walt
Chair: J�kel Section B

Kristiansen
Chair: Mittelberg

Section C
N��ez-Perucha
Chair: Ribas Bisbal

12.30 - 14.00 LUNCH

14.00 - 15.00
PLENARY 5
Konrad Koerner
Chair: Ren� Dirven

15.00 - 15.30
Section A
Berthele
Chair: Hudabiunigg

Section B
Fetzer
Chair: Kristiansen

Section C
Frank
Chair: Ilie

15.30 - 16.00 COFFEE BREAK

16.00 - 17.00
PLENARY 6
Teun van Dijk
Chair: Ruth Wodak

17.00 - 19.00
PANEL DISCUSSION
"The September 11 Events and Beyond"
Chairpersons: Bruce Hawkins and Martin P�tz

19.30 CONFERENCE DINNER AND WINE TASTING PARTY AT THE
 'ALTES KAUFHAUS' ('Former Town Market House')

Wednesday, March 27
9.00 - 10.00
PLENARY 7
Gunther Kress
Chair: Jim Martin

10.00 - 10.30
Section A
Wolf / Polzenhagen
Chair: Santa Ana

Section B
M��tt�
Chair: Donadio Section C

Medubi
Chair: Hamilton

10.30 - 11.00 COFFEE BREAK

11.00 - 11.30
Section A
J�kel
Chair: H�nig Section B

Orts Llopis
Chair: Fetzer

Section C
Zotzmann
Chair: Frank

11.30 - 12.00
Section A
Kurtes
Chair: H�nig

Section B
Philips Valentine / McDougall
Chair: Fetzer

Section C
Ilie
Chair: Frank

12.00 - 12.30
Section A
Mittelberg
Chair: H�nig

Section B
Ribas Bisbal
Chair: Fetzer

Section C
Sego
Chair: Frank

12.30 - 14.00 LUNCH

14.00 - 15.00
PLENARY 8
John Edwards
Chair: Terry Crowley

15.00 - 15.30
Section A
H�nig
Chair: Ocumpaugh Section B

Antelmi/Santulli
Chair: Neff van Aertselaer

Section C
Sotillo
Chair: van der Walt
15.30 - 16.00

Section A
Choi
Chair: Ocumpaugh

Section B
Goregenli/Oktar
Chair: Neff van Aertselaer

Section C
House
Chair: van der Walt

16.00 - 16.30 COFFEE BREAK

16.30 - 17.30
PLENARY 9
John Baugh
Chair: Angelika Daniel

17.30 - 18.30
PLENARY 10
Ruth Wodak
Chair: Gunther Kress

19.00 SUPPER

Thursday, March 28
9.00 - 10.00
PLENARY 11
Terry Crowley
Chair: John Edwards

10.00 - 10.30
Section A
Ocumpaugh
Chair: Choi

Section B
Hamilton
Chair: Orts Llopis

Section C
Inchaurralde
Chair: Zotzmann

10.30 - 11.00 COFFEE BREAK

11.00 - 12.00
PLENARY 12
Dirk Geeraerts
Chair: Tim Rohrer

12.00 - 13.00
PLENARY 13
Bruce Hawkins
Chair: Svetlana Kurtes

13.00 LUNCH


List of Participants
LAUD SYMPOSIUM 2002
University of Koblenz-Landau (Landau)
25-28 March 2002


Name Title of Paper
Altendorf, Ulrike Language Change and Changing Ideologies In and Around
RP
Antelmi, Donella and Francesca Santulli Evaluation Strategies in the
Italian Political Language: A Case Study
Baugh, John Linguistic Profiling and Linguistic Intelligence in Global
Perspective: Implications Derived from Schools and Society
Berthele, Raphael Images of Language in Political Debates: Two Case
Studies from the Old and the New World
Bruner, M. Lane Rhetorical Strategies in the Battle over Economic
Globalization
Choi, Dongdoo A Critical Discourse Analysis on Different
Representations of the Same Event in the Media
Crowley, Terry What can Linguists do for Pacific Languages
Donadio, Paolo Modal Variations and Ideological Change
Edwards, John Ecolinguistic Ideologies: A Critical Perspective
Fairclough, Norman Semiosis and Ideology: a Dialectical
View
Fetzer, Anita and Peter Bull Who are We and Who are You? The Strategic
Use of Forms and Address in Political Interviews
Fleming, Caroline and Ocumpaugh Jaclyn "What do you mean when you say
that?": Remnant Ideologies in Courtroom Discourse about Rape
Flowerdew, John Globalization Discourse: An Asian View
Frank, Roslyn Conflicting Identities: The Changing Nature of
Representations of Self and Being in Euskara (Basque)
Geeraerts, Dirk Language variation and the ideological models of
linguistic standardization
Goregenli, Melek and Lutfiye Oktar The Ideological Patterning of
Semantic Roles as Social Representations in Newspaper Discourse
Hamilton, Craig Genetic Roulette: On the Cognitive Rhetoric of Biorisk
Hawkins, Bruce Iconographic Reference as an Instrument in the
Propagation of Political Ideologies
House, Juliane English as a Global Language and its Influence an
Discourse Norms in Other Languages
Hudabiunigg, Ingrid Hidden Ideology: Cognitive and Cultural Modals in
the Construction of European National Identities
H�nig, Wolfgang Political Cartoons as Weapons in WW I: English and
German Perspectives
Ilie, Conelia Manufacturing Definitions: Ideologically Biased
Definitions as Institutionally Legitimating Arguments
Inchaurralde, Carlos and Elena Gonz�lez-Pastor Language and Ideology in
Translation
J�kel, Olaf 'Questions of Life and Death': Denotational Boundary
Disputes
Koerner, E.F.K. Ideology, 'Resonanzbedarf', and
Linguistic Philosophical Scholarship
Kress, Gunther Ideology and Multimodal Representation
Kristiansen, Gitte On the Role and Functions of Phonetic Markers as a
Linguistic Variable in Social Categorizations
Kurtes, Svetlana Semantics of Hate Speech: A Model of Analysis
Lauerbach, Gerda Feeding the Beast: Soundbite Design of the Bush and
Gore Camps in the Florida Recount
Leung, Yinbing The Biliterate and Trilingual Policy of Hong Kong
Levanova, Albina Socio-Cognitive Analysis of Political Discourse
M��tt�, Simo K. Notions of Language in EU Legislation and Language
Policies
Martin, Jim Negotiating Difference: Ideology and Reconciliation
McAndrew, John Heteroglossia and Ideology: A Linguistic Framework for
Analyzing Ideology in a Political Text
Medubi, Oyinkan Language and Ideology in Nigerian Cartoons
Mittelberg, Irene Grammar as a Social System: A Semiotic Analysis of
Early Modern Educational Illustrations
Musolff, Andreas Ideological and Cognitive Functions of Metaphors in the
Press
Neff-van Aertselaer, Joanne Dialogic Turbulence in Spanish Social Change
Advertizing: The Church versus the State
Nerlich, Brigitte and Robert Dingwall The Book of Life: How the Human
Genome Project was Revealed to the Public

The Promise and Perils of the Human Genome Project: An Essay on
Language, Genomics and Ideology
N�nez-Perucha, Begona On Ideologies that Resist Domination: Structure,
Function and Language
Orts Llopis, Mar�a Angeles Lloyd's Insurance Policies as a Genre: The
Ideology of English Legalese at Work
Philips Valentine, Lisa and Allan McDougall Ideological Positioning in
Canadian Parliamentary Discourse: Conflicting Constructions of Equality
Ribas Bisbal, Montserrat Parliamentary Discourse, Social Cognition and
Ideologies
Rohrer, Tim Language: It's a Virus. How Conceptual Metaphors and Blends
Spread Ideologies.
Ryazanova-Clarke, Lara Derivation in the service of ideology: A case
study of the Russian media
Santa Ana, Otto Metaphors Constituting Anti-Latino Ideology in
Contemporary U.S. Public Discourse
Schiess, Raimund The 'Subtext' of Television: CNN's Politics of Captions
in the Coverage of the Florida Recount
Sego, Lewis P. Has the Consciousness of Modern Industrial Societies
Rendered "Housewife" No Longer a Value-Free Cultural Model?
Sotillo, Susana Political Debates in Cyberspace and Outcomes in Real
Time
Todd, Zazie Gender and Ideology in Everyday Discourse
van der Walt, Christa How We Talk about Knowledge: Globalization-Speak
in Higher Education
van Dijk, Teun A. Discourse, Knowledge and Ideology: Reformulating Old
Questions
White, Michael and Honesto Herrera Metaphor and Ideology in the Press
Coverage of Business Consolidations
Wodak, Ruth and Gilbert Weiss The Role of Political, Cultural and
Linguistic Ideologies in the Discursive Construction of European
Identities. Organizing, Representing and Legitimizing Europe
Wolf, Hans-Georg and Frank Polzenhagen Conceptual Metaphor as
Ideological Stylistic Means: An Exemplary Analysis
Wood, Tahir Time-Honored Disguises and Borrowed Language: Ideology as
the Power of Prior Discourse
Zotzmann, Karin Politico-Ideological Perspectives in Academic Texts in
the Field of Intercultural Communication

29th LAUD Symposium
University of Koblenz-Landau
Park Hotel Landau


PANEL DISCUSSION

The September 11 Events
and Beyond

CALL TO ACTION

for interested linguists to do something meaningful
with their disciplinary skills in linguistics
about the events of September 11

The primary purpose of the Plenary Panel session
will be to demonstrate a range of things that some linguists have
thought to do AS LINGUISTS in response to the events of 9.11. Members
of the panel will not present already finished papers on this general
topic. We will, instead, present ourselves as concerned citizens of the
world who feel that the events of 9.11 call for well-reasoned actions.
We want to use this session to invite all LAUD participants to reflect
on how your disciplinary expertise in Linguistics contributes to your
own well-reasoned actions in response to the
events of 9.11.

Panel Coordinators:
Bruce Hawkins
University of Illinois, Normal, Il, U.S.A.

Martin P�tz
University of Koblenz-Landau, Campus Landau, Germany


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