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LINGUIST List 17.147

Mon Jan 16 2006

Calls: Discourse Analysis/USA;Student Session/Spain

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


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        1.    Lawrence Berlin, Dialogue Under Occupation: The Discourse of Enactment, Transaction, Reaction, and Resolution
        2.    Janneke Huitink, ESSLLI 2006 Student Session


Message 1: Dialogue Under Occupation: The Discourse of Enactment, Transaction, Reaction, and Resolution
Date: 15-Jan-2006
From: Lawrence Berlin <L-Berlinneiu.edu>
Subject: Dialogue Under Occupation: The Discourse of Enactment, Transaction, Reaction, and Resolution



Full Title: Dialogue Under Occupation: The Discourse of Enactment, Transaction, Reaction, and Resolution
Short Title: DUO

Date: 07-Nov-2006 - 11-Nov-2006
Location: Chicago, IL, USA
Contact Person: Lawrence Berlin
Meeting Email: < click here to access email >
Web Site: http://www.neiu.edu/~duo

Linguistic Field(s): Applied Linguistics; Discourse Analysis; Pragmatics; Sociolinguistics

Call Deadline: 31-Mar-2006

Meeting Description:

Beginning with the belief that understanding of differing perspectives comes through dialogue, this conference seeks to explore various aspects of dialogue under occupation.

As this conference is intended to be interdisciplinary, we invite scholars from various disciplines to submit papers that address the use of dialogue in the creation, maintenance, resistance and resolution of occupation.

Multidisciplinary approaches and models of dialogue analysis such as Dialogue Grammar, Discourse Analysis, Critical Discourse Studies, Multi-modal Discourse Analysis, Conversational Analysis, Social Constructionism, etc., are welcomed.

Description:
Beginning with the belief that understanding of differing perspectives comes through dialogue, this conference seeks to explore various aspects of dialogue under occupation.

As we intend this conference to be interdisciplinary, we invite scholars from various disciplines to submit papers that address the use of dialogue in the creation, maintenance, resistance and resolution of occupation.

Multidisciplinary approaches and models of dialogue analysis such as Dialogue Grammar, Discourse Analysis, Critical Discourse Studies, Multi-modal Discourse Analysis, Conversational Analysis, Social Constructionism, etc., are welcomed.

Strands:
Papers relating to hegemony, power, agency, identity, among others, will be particularly relevant. Conference themes include, but are not limited to, the following strands:

Discourse of Enactment:
The language of the policies and politics of occupation.

Discourse of Transaction:
The language of the media and its role in spreading the policies, keeping the occupied and the occupiers informed (or misinformed).

Discourse of Reaction:
The language of daily life under occupation: talking about the ''self '' vs. the ''other'', historical narratives of the occupation, center vs. periphery, the language of the ingroup, outgroup, and/or intergroup.

Discourse of Resolution:
The language of peacemakers and peacekeepers, as well as the language of resignation, acceptance, and coexistence.

Submission Instructions Abstract (250-300 words) & Cover Sheet:
You may submit a proposal for a paper presentation (20 minutes with 10 minutes for questions), a panel (maximum of 4 papers limited to a 2-hour block), or a roundtable (limited to one hour). Posters may also be submitted for works in progress.

Do not include any self-identifying information on the abstract; indicate only the title and the abstract itself. On the separate cover sheet, include:

1.Title
2.Strand you're submitting to (i.e., Enactment, Transaction, Reaction, Resolution)
3.Format (paper, panel, roundtable, or poster)
4.Author(s)
5.Affiliation(s)
6.Postal Mailing Address (for primary author)
7.E-mail (for primary author)

N.B. Incomplete or inaccurate submissions may not be considered.

Send submissions to: For all proposals, send an abstract of 250-300 words and a separate cover sheet by March 31, 2006 to:

duoneiu.edu

OR

Lawrence N. Berlin
DUO Organizer
Dept. of Linguistics
Northeastern Illinois University
5500 N. St. Louis Avenue
Chicago, Illinois 60625
USA



Message 2: ESSLLI 2006 Student Session
Date: 15-Jan-2006
From: Janneke Huitink <j.huitinkphil.ru.nl>
Subject: ESSLLI 2006 Student Session



Full Title: ESSLLI 2006 Student Session

Date: 31-Jul-2006 - 11-Aug-2006
Location: Malaga, Spain
Contact Person: Sophia Katrenko
Meeting Email: < click here to access email >
Web Site: http://www.science.uva.nl/~katrenko/stus06

Linguistic Field(s): General Linguistics

Call Deadline: 01-Feb-2006

Meeting Description:

ESSLLI 2006 STUDENT SESSION
July 31 - August 11, Malaga, Spain
http://www.science.uva.nl/~katrenko/stus06

Final CALL FOR PAPERS
ESSLLI 2006 STUDENT SESSION
July 31 - August 11, Malaga, Spain
http://www.science.uva.nl/~katrenko/stus06

We are pleased to announce the Student Session of the 18th European Summer School in Logic, Language and Information (ESSLLI), which will be held July 31 - August 11, in Málaga, Spain. We invite papers for oral and poster presentation from the areas of Logic, Language and Computation.

The aim of the Student Session is to provide students with the opportunity to present their work in progress and get feedback from senior researchers and fellow-students.

The ESSLLI Student Session invites students at any level, undergraduates as well as graduates, to anonymously submit a full paper, no longer than 7 pages (including references). Papers should be submitted with clear indication of the selected modality of presentation, i.e. oral or poster. Accepted papers will be published in the Student Session Proceedings.

Papers should describe original, unpublished work, complete or in progress, that demonstrates insight, creativity and promise. Previously published papers should not be submitted.

As in previous years, the Student Session program committee will select the best paper in the oral session and the best paper in the poster session. The winner from each session may choose 500 euros worth of Springer books!

The preferred format of submission is PDF. All submissions must be accompanied by a plain text identification page, and sent to esslliscience.uva.nl. Deadline for submission: February 1st, 2006.

For more information about the Student Session, and for the technical details concerning submission, please visit our website at http://www.science.uva.nl/~katrenko/stus06.

You may also contact the chairs (Janneke Huitink and Sophia Katrenko) at esslliscience.uva.nl.

Important Dates:

Deadline for Submission: February 1st, 2006
Notification of authors: April 1st, 2006
Proceedings Deadline: May 1st, 2006
ESSLLI: July 31 - August 11, 2006





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