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Fri Jun 18 2004

Confs: Sociolinguistics/Rome, Italy

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  1. traini, Scrittura e Nuovi Media

Message 1: Scrittura e Nuovi Media

Date: Wed, 16 Jun 2004 04:02:46 -0400 (EDT)
From: traini <>
Subject: Scrittura e Nuovi Media

Scrittura e Nuovi Media 

Date: 21-Oct-2004 - 22-Oct-2004
Location: Rome, Italy
Contact: Laura Mariottini
Contact Email: 
Meeting URL: 

Linguistic Sub-field: Sociolinguistics ,Text/Corpus Linguistics

Meeting Description:

Interest in the evolution of digital writing and new media
interactions has been growing during the last few years, part of one
of the most lively and promising branches of research on

This two-days colloquium on writing and new media is divided into
three sections, representing different disciplines and research
perspectives: 1. Orality, Writing, Memory; 2. Writing and the
Professions, 3. Writing and New Media.

Following its strong teaching and research interests in this emerging
field the Department of Linguistics of the University of Roma Tre has
decided to organize a two-days colloquium on writing and new media.

Speakers include:

Alberto Abruzzese (Universit� la Sapienza, Roma), Luisa Carrada
(Editor Finsiel), Dario Corno (Universit� del Piemonete Orientale,
Vercelli), Paolo D'Achille (Universit� Roma Tre), Duccio Demetrio
(Universit� la Bicocca, Milano), Alessandro Duranti (University of
California Los Angeles), Giampiero Gamaleri (Universit� Roma Tre),
Claudio Giovanardi (Universit� Roma Tre), Franca Orletti (Universit�
degli Studi Roma Tre), Antonio Perri (Istituto Universitario
Orientale, Napoli), Patrizia Pierini (Universit� Roma Tre), Clotilde
Pontecorvo (Universit� La Sapienza, Roma), Rocco Ronchi (Universit�
Bocconi, Milano).
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