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LINGUIST List 18.3474

Wed Nov 21 2007

FYI: Collection of essays on Shakespeare's language

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        1.    Mireille Ravassat, Collection of essays on Shakespeare's language

Message 1: Collection of essays on Shakespeare's language
Date: 20-Nov-2007
From: Mireille Ravassat <mireilleravassatyahoo.fr>
Subject: Collection of essays on Shakespeare's language
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Shakespeare had a lifelong interest in the various problematics inherent to
language per se and his own innovative uses of language still baffle us,
modern-day readers of his texts. Following our seminar in London in 2006 at
the international conference of The European Society for the Study of
English, we are currently looking for contributions in English to a
collection of essays on Shakespeare’s Language, to be published in 2008.
Papers are welcome on various techniques of textual investigation developed
in such fields as stylistic close reading, corpus linguistics, cognitive,
authorship studies, lexicography, stylometry, etc.
Papers will be refereed by an international committee.
Please send 500-word proposals with some bibliographical references and a
brief c.v. to:

Deadline for abstracts : 10 January 2008
If you plan to submit a manuscript, please let us know as soon as possible.
We will only take into consideration papers which have not been published yet.

Deadline for submitting papers: 30 March 2008.

Dr Mireille Ravassat
Senior Lecturer
Department of English Studies
University of Valenciennes (France)

Linguistic Field(s): General Linguistics

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