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Tue Aug 24 2004

Confs: General Ling/Kyoto, Japan

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Message 1: International Systemic Functional Congress

Date: Tue, 24 Aug 2004 09:30:14 -0400 (EDT)
From: bowcher <bowcheru-gakugei.ac.jp>
Subject: International Systemic Functional Congress


International Systemic Functional Congress 
Short Title: ISFC31 

Date: 30-Aug-2004 - 04-Sep-2004
Location: Doshisha University, Kyoto, Japan
Contact: Masa-aki Tatsuki
Contact Email: isfc31mail.doshisha.ac.jp 
Meeting URL:
http://www1.doshisha.ac.jp/~mtatsuki/ISFC31/pages/Index.html

Linguistic Sub-field: General Linguistics

Meeting Description:

31st International Systemic Functional Congress (ISFC31)
30th August, 2004 - 4th September, 2004

Plenary Speakers:
Christian Matthiessen
Peter Fries
Suzanne Eggins
Eija Ventola
Michio Sugeno
Robin Fawcett

Special Presentation by M.A.K. Halliday

The 31st International Systemic Functional Congress - ISFC2004
Doshisha University, Kyoto, Japan
Congress Dates: August 30th - September 4th 2004
Congress Theme: Aiming at Globalization: SF Theory and Linguistic
Description

*Please Note that ''Call for Papers'' is Closed*
We welcome papers that take a systemic functional perspective on any
aspect of language and related semiotic systems, including
computational, descriptive, developmental, (critical) discourse,
educational, forensic, historical, literary, psychiatric,
psychological, social, therapeutic, theoretical and typological
linguistics and semiotics. In 2004, we particularly invite
contributors to consider approaching their topic from the point of
view of using SFL theory to analyze other languages from different
perspectives. Of course, papers will be welcome that develop original
analyses of natural language in the well-established English-oriented
framework of study, but we wish to especially encourage papers that
make use of SFL theory outside the English-oriented realm.

Convenors: Masa-aki Tatsuki, Hisao Kakehi, and Wendy Bowcher

Please visit our website for conference details and program.
www1.doshisha.ac.jp/~mtatsuki/ISFC31/pages/Index.html
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