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Thu Mar 27 2003

Confs: Lang, Interaction & Culture, CA USA

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  1. Valerie Sultan, Registration for LISO/CLIC Conference

Message 1: Registration for LISO/CLIC Conference

Date: Mon, 24 Mar 2003 16:41:56 -0500
From: Valerie Sultan <call_me_val75YAHOO.COM>
Subject: Registration for LISO/CLIC Conference


PLEASE REGISTER BY APRIL 28 FOR

 THE NINTH ANNUAL CONFERENCE ON LANGUAGE, INTERACTION, AND CULTURE
 University of California, Santa Barbara
 May 8 - 10, 2003

Plenary Speakers:

Emanuel Schegloff, UCLA
"Complainability"

Eve Clark, Stanford University
"Gesture, Speech, and Attention in Adult-Child Exchanges"

Deborah Schiffrin, Georgetown University
"Life, Language, and the Pursuit of Narrative"

Marjorie H. Goodwin, UCLA
"Constructing Class and Marginality in Girls' Peer Interaction"

This year's conference will feature four distinguished plenary
speakers, twelve individual paper presentations, and six roundtable
sessions. In addition, there will be special workshops for graduate
students led by Emanuel Schegloff and Eve Clark on Thursday afternoon,
May 8. For more information about the conference, see our website at:
http://orgs.sa.ucsb.edu/liso/

Please copy the form below into an email, and send it to
lisogradmail.lsit.ucsb.edu, or fax the document, or mail a hard copy
to the address below.

There is no fee to attend the conference, but you must register in
advance to attend. Attendence may be limited and space allotted on a
first-come-first- serve basis.

Please note that special rates for accommodations are available by
reserving early.

To register, please fill out the form below and cut and paste it into
a new e- mail message. Send the form back to the conference organizing
committee at: lisogradmail.lsit.ucsb.edu. Write "Registration" on the
subject line. Please register by April 28.

- ---- please copy and paste below into an email---------------------

LISO/CLIC '03 Conference registration


NAME (to appear on badge):


AFFILIATION (to appear on badge):

CITY:

E-MAIL:

Please indicate the events for which you wish to register:

Attend Friday, May 9: ____

Attend Saturday, May 10: ___

May 8, Thursday: Graduate Student Workshops - It is possible to attend
both workshops

Schegloff Workshop________

Clark Workshop________

(Please note: The workshops are limited to students. If you are a
faculty member, and would like to attend the workshop, please indicate
this here, and we will put you on a list and let you know if there is
space available.)

Friday May 9, Attend conference dinner and reception ________

(Free. We would appreciate an accurate headcount.)

Santa Barbara is a tourist town, so please make accommodations soon.
See our lodging list, and special rates on accomodations.

Valerie Sultan
Conference Organizer
LISO Graduate Student Association
Department of Sociology
University of California
Santa Barbara, CA 93106

FAX: (805) 893-3324
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