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LINGUIST List 16.3488

Thu Dec 08 2005

Calls: General Ling/Norway;General Ling/USA

Editor for this issue: Kevin Burrows <kevinlinguistlist.org>


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        1.    Eva Thue Vold, PhD Workshop on Academic Discourse
        2.    David Katten, Complex Predicates and Similar Constructions


Message 1: PhD Workshop on Academic Discourse
Date: 08-Dec-2005
From: Eva Thue Vold <eva.voldroman.uib.no>
Subject: PhD Workshop on Academic Discourse


Full Title: PhD Workshop on Academic Discourse

Date: 02-May-2006 - 03-May-2006
Location: Bergen, Norway
Contact Person: Eva Thue Vold
Meeting Email: eva.voldroman.uib.no
Web Site:
http://www.kongress.no/index_eget.php3?knapp=vel_eng_on&mytable=kongresser&myid=32&myrow=velkommen


Linguistic Field(s): General Linguistics

Call Deadline: 01-Jan-2006


2nd CALL FOR PAPERS

The use of language in academic contexts is a rapidly growing research field.
The aim of the present PhD workshop is to bring together PhD candidates working
on different aspects of academic discourse in order to provide a forum for
discussing theoretical issues as well as methodological approaches to research
on academic discourse. The workshop will precede the international symposium on
academic discourse which is organized by the KIAP project
(http://kiap.aksis.uib.no) and which will take place on May 4-6. Attending the
workshop is thus not only an opportunity to discuss with other PhD candidates
working in the same field, but also a great opportunity to hear some of the
field's most distinguished scholars present their ideas and research in this
area. Please visit the following website for more information about the
work-shop and the symposium:

http://www.kongress.no/index_eget.php3?knapp=vel_eng_on&mytable=kongresser&myid=32&myrow=velkommen

We welcome abstracts on all aspects of academic discourse. Relevant issues
include for example:
- different theoretical and methodological approaches to academic discourse
- differences and similarities in academic discourse practices and traditions
across languages and disciplines
- rhetorical devices and argumentative structure in academic texts
- close analyses of textual features or lexemes frequently used in academic texts

Abstracts
Abstracts should be written in English and should not exceed 300 words. Send the
abstract as an attachment to eva.voldroman.uib.no no later than January 1,
2006. Remember to include the following information in your e-mail:
- name, affiliation, address and e-mail address of the author(s)
- title of the presentation
Notification on abstracts will be sent out on February 15.

Organizing committee
Eva Thue Vold, University of Bergen
Anje Müller Gjesdal, University of Bergen

Scientific committee
Kjersti Fløttum, University of Bergen
Trine Dahl, Norwegian School of Economics and Business Administration (NHH)
Torodd Kinn, University of Bergen

Important dates
Submission deadline: January 1, 2006
Notification of acceptance: February 15, 2006

For any additional information, please contact one of the organizers
(eva.voldroman.uib.no, anje.gjesdalroman.uib.no) or consult the website, which
will be updated in due course.
Message 2: Complex Predicates and Similar Constructions
Date: 07-Dec-2005
From: David Katten <kattenrice.edu>
Subject: Complex Predicates and Similar Constructions



Full Title: Complex Predicates and Similar Constructions

Date: 16-Mar-2006 - 08-Mar-2006
Location: Houston, TX, USA
Contact Person: David Katten
Meeting Email: rlsrice.edu
Web Site: http://www.rice.edu/lingsymp

Linguistic Field(s): General Linguistics; Linguistic Theories; Morphology;
Semantics; Syntax; Typology

Call Deadline: 20-Jan-2006

Meeting Description:

Poster session on complex predicate constructions, their structure, and use. The
session accompanies the Biennial Rice Symposium series and is titled 'Complex
Predicates and Similar Constructions'.

SECOND CALL FOR PAPERS

The Rice Linguistics Society will host a poster session to accompany the 11th
Biennial Rice Symposium on Linguistics, to be held March 16-18th in Houston, Texas.

-Topic

The theme for the poster session is ''Complex Predicates and Similar
Constructions''. We invite papers from all areas and orientations of linguistics
that touch upon the structure, meaning, usage, or development of complex
constructions. These posters should complement the symposium topic of
''Intertheoretical approaches to complex verb constructions''. For more
information, consult www.rice.edu/lingsymp

-Submission Guidelines

The deadline for submissions is January 20, 2006, 5 p.m. central time zone.

Please submit a 300 word abstract in PDF format to rlsrice.edu. The filename
should be AUTHORSNAME.pdf. Please include ''poster session'' in the subject. The
email body should include:

Name of author(s)
Paper title
Institution(s) of author(s)
Email address(es) of author(s)
Postal address(es) of author(s)
Phone number for primary author
Postal submissions will not be accepted.


- Poster Presentation

Participants will be given a space approximately 6' by 4' to display their work.

- Registration

Registration will be handled through the symposium. Poster presenters are
invited to attend all symposium events. For more information, contact
rlsrice.edu or visit the symposium website at www.rice.edu/lingsymp.



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