LINGUIST List 14.1418

Sun May 18 2003

Calls: Discourse Analysis; Sociolinguistics

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  2. elisabeth.burr, GAL - Session on Sociolinguistics - Extension of dealine

Message 1: IVACS BELFAST 2004

Date: Mon, 12 May 2003 11:26:12 +0100
From: Anne O'Keeffe <anne.okeeffemic.ul.ie>
Subject: IVACS BELFAST 2004


The 2nd Inter-Varietal Applied Corpus Studies (IVACS) group
International Conference hosted by The Graduate School of Education,
Queen's University, Belfast, Northern Ireland

25 - 26th June, 2004

THEME: "Analyzing Discourse in Context"

Keynote Speakers:

Douglas Biber, Michael Hoey, John Swales

First Call for Papers
We are pleased to announce the second IVACS (Inter-Varietal Applied
Corpus Studies) conference, following the successful first conference
held at the University of Limerick in June 2002.

The theme of the conference is 'discourse in context' and related
themes include talk-in-interaction, variations in context, communities
of practice, the implications of context for language learning,
research methods for analyzing context.

Abstracts, totalling no more than 200 words and including title, name
of presenter, contact details and brief outline of the talk should be
sent to the conference organiser, Steve Walsh, from whom further
details are available. Given the scope of the IVACS research group,
corpus-based approaches to analyzing context are particularly
welcome. The deadline for receipt of abstracts is October 31, 2003.

Steve Walsh,
Graduate School of Education,
Queen's University,
BELFAST,
BT7 1HL
Northern Ireland.
Tel: +44 28 9033 5941
Fax: +44 28 9023 9263
Email: s.walshqub.ac.uk
Further information about the IVACS Research Group is available at 
http://www.mic.ul.ie/ivacs.
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Message 2: GAL - Session on Sociolinguistics - Extension of dealine

Date: Wed, 14 May 2003 23:16:28 +0200
From: elisabeth.burr <elisabeth.burruni-duisburg.de>
Subject: GAL - Session on Sociolinguistics - Extension of dealine


34. Annual Conference of the German Association for Applied
Linguistics (GAL)

"Sprache[n] in der Wissensgesellschaft" [Language(s) in the Knowledge
 Society]

 25.09.-27.09.2003
 University of T�bingen
 http://www.gal-ev.de/


we herewith invite you to participate in the 34. Annual Conference of
the German Association for Applied Linguistics and exspecially in the
work of its section on Socio- linguistics. An outline of the topic of
this section is attached to this message.

Proposals in electronic form are still wellcome as the deadline has
been extended to the 22.05.2003. Contributions should not exceed 25-30
minutes in order to leave 15 minutes for discussion.

Abstracts of one DIN A4-page (45 lines, Times New Roman, size 12
standard, left page boarder 3,0 cm, right page boarder 2,5 cm)
together with the filled in registra- tion form (see attachment) have
to be sent to:

1. the Gesch�ftsstelle of GAL geschaeftsstellegal-ev.de
2. Dr. B�rberl Treichel baerbel.treichelgse-w.uni-magdeburg.de
3. Dr. Elisabeth Burr Elisabeth.Burruni-Duisburg.de

Please indicate which technical equipement you need, if any.

Best

Elisabeth Burr and B�rbel Treichel

Elisabeth.Burruni-duisburg.de
http://www.uni-duisburg.de/Fak2/FremdPhil/Romanistik/Personal/Burr/

baerbel.treichelgse-w.uni-magdeburg.de
http://www.uni-magdeburg.de/isoz/treichel/treichel.htm 
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