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Fri Mar 09 2007

Confs: Discourse Analysis,Portuguese Lang,Spanish Lang/USA

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        1.    Dale Koike, International Conference on Spanish and Portuguese Dialogue Studies


Message 1: International Conference on Spanish and Portuguese Dialogue Studies
Date: 07-Mar-2007
From: Dale Koike <d.koikemail.utexas.edu>
Subject: International Conference on Spanish and Portuguese Dialogue Studies


International Conference on Spanish and Portuguese Dialogue Studies
Short Title: SPDS

Date: 19-Apr-2007 - 21-Apr-2007
Location: Austin, Texas, USA
Contact: Dale Koike
Contact Email: spds07hotmail.com
Meeting URL: http://www.utexas.edu/cola/conferences/spds/call_for_papers/

Linguistic Field(s): Discourse Analysis; Pragmatics

Subject Language(s): Portuguese (por)
Spanish (spa)

Meeting Description:

The First International Conference on Spanish and Portuguese Dialogue
Studies / Estudios del Diálogo, is centered on theoretical and practical
contributions to the field of Spanish and Portuguese Discourse Analysis and
Pragmatics, with a particular emphasis on the context of dialogue. This
conference is jointly sponsored by the University of Texas at Austin and the
Universidad Autonoma de Nuevo Leon in Monterrey.

I International Conference on Spanish and Portuguese Dialogue Studies
Schedule

Registration on Thursday in Texas Union Building, Room 3.116 (Texas Governors'
Room), from 9:30-2 p.m.

Thursday, April 19 (sessions held in Texas Union Building. Rm 2.102(Eastwoods
Room) and Rm. 3.304 (Quadrangle Room))

10:00-12:00
UNB 2.102 Dialogue in Hispanic literature / El diálogo en la literatura hispana:
Charles Patterson, University of Texas at Austin
''Two perspectives on death: A poetic dialogue between Gustavo Adolfo Bécquer
and Rosalía de Castro''

Donna Kabalen de Bichara, Instituto Tecnológico y de Estudios Superiores de
Monterrey
''Discourse and ideology in two texts by Jovita González''

Matthew Bailey, University of Texas at Austin
''Wallace Chafe's concept of narrative perturbations as a tool for analyzing
medieval Spanish narrative poetry''

Tzitel Pérez-Aguirre, Universidad Autónoma de Nuevo León
''Las dimensiones discursivas de la agonía y la muerte representadas en los
poemas: Las vírgenes terrestres, Avispero, Las aristas de hielo y Carta para
el hermano de la poeta Enriqueta Ochoa''

Chair: Cristina Ferreira-Pinto Bailey, Independent Scholar

10:30-12:00
UNB 3.304 Gender and dialogue / El género y el diálogo:
Guadalupe Rodríguez-Bulnes, Universidad Autónoma de Nuevo León
''La construcción dialógica de identidades en estudiantes universitarias: una
mirada desde la perspectiva de género''

María Eugenia Flores-Treviño, Universidad Autónoma de Nuevo León
''Autoironía y representaciones discursivas femeninas en el discurso de la
entrevista''

Patricia Córdova Abundis, Universidad de Guadalajara
''Segregación de género en las notas periodísticas sobre violencia y trabajo
en la prensa jalisciense (1926-1930)''

Chair: Irene Fonte, Universidad Autónoma Metropolitana-Ixtapalapa

Lunch

1:45-3:15
UNB 3.304 Spanish L2 learner skills / Las destrezas del estudiante del español
como segunda lengua:
María Ramírez Mayberry, California State University at Sacramento
''Closing the loop: The role of listening skills in the development of L2
oral production in NS-NNS interaction''

Abigail Dings, Southwestern University at Georgetown
''Co-constructing conversation and identity: native/nonnative speaker interaction''

Rafael Salaberry, University of Texas at Austin
''Strategic role-plays in a paired testing format: Tracking conversational
interactional features in L2 development''

Chair: Carl Blyth, University of Texas at Austin

UNB 2.102 Dialogue in professional contexts I / El diálogo en contextos
profesionales I:
Beatriz Valles-González, Universidad Pedagógica Experimental Libertador--
Venezuela
''Análisis discursivo de la conversación de la persona con demencia tipo
Alzheimer''

Claudia Reyes-Trigos, Instituto Tecnológico y de Estudios Superiores de Monterrey
''Características del establecimiento del diálogo en las entrevistas
sociolingüísticas con migrantes temporales''

Fritz Hensey, University of Texas at Austin
''Triadic discourse: Interpreter-mediated dialog''

Chair: Guadalupe Rodríguez-Bulnes, Universidad Autónoma de Nuevo León

3:30-4:25 Keynote speaker / Ponencia magistral: Lidia Rodríguez Alfano,
Universidad Autónoma de Nuevo León, ''Concepción amplia de 'diálogo'''
UNB 3.304

4:40-6:00 Welcome reception / El brindis (by invitation only)


Friday, April 20 (sessions held in ACES Bldg, corner of 24th / Speedway)
Registration on Friday in ACES Lobby outside of 2.302

8:20-10:20
ACE A. Humor and irony in dialogue / El humor y la ironía en el diálogo:
2.302 Belén Alvarado & Xosé Padilla, Universidad de Alicante, España
''Lo cortés no quita lo irónico''

Teresa Mijares, Instituto Tecnológico y de Estudios Superiores de Monterrey
''El significado del hablante: algunos recursos lingüísticos para su
construcción en el discurso oral en español''

María Isabel Kalbermatten, Gustavus Adolphus College
'''Yo nunca fui irónico y no lo volveré a ser'. La incompatibilidad o
incongruencia entre dos interpretaciones simultáneas como generadora del humor
en la ironía verbal''

Sírio Possenti, Universidade Estadual de Campinas, São Paulo
''Humor e acontecimento''

Chair: Karyn Hopper, University of Texas at Austin

9:20-10:20
ACE B. Dialogue and politics / El diálogo y la política:
2.402 Daniel Olson, University of Texas at Austin
''Chávez and the devil: A critical analysis of Hugo Chávez's address to the
U.N. General Assembly''

José María Infante, Universidad Autónoma de Nuevo León
''Campañas electorales y discursos en la política mexicana''

Chair: Adriana Bolívar, Universidad Central de Caracas--Venezuela

10:30-12:00
A. Speech acts in dialogue / Los actos de habla en el diálogo:
ACE Jocelly Guie, University of Texas at Austin
2.302 ''Expressing compassion: A study of speech acts and pragmatic transfer
from L1 English to L2 Spanish''

Catalina Méndez-Vallejo, Indiana University
''Conversational patterns in requests: The case of young female university
students from Bucaramanga, Colombia''

Angela Pinilla-Herrera, University of Minnesota
'''Hola, Qué tal? Cómo te va? Bienvenida! Qué te gusta? Bien pueda pregunte
que no cobramos consulta': Estrategias de apertura en la venta ambulante de
Bogotá''

Chair: Lidia Rodríguez Alfano, Universidad Autónoma de Nuevo León

B. Dialogic elements in Portuguese / Elementos do diálogo na língua portuguesa:
ACE Meghan Armstrong, Ohio State University
2.402 ''Polar questions and the choice of affirmative response in Brazilian
Portuguese''

Scott Schwenter, Ohio State University
''From dialogal to dialogic in Brazilian Portuguese negative constructions''

William Salmon, Yale University
''Double-subject sentences and context in Brazilian Portuguese''

Chair: Orlando Kelm, University of Texas at Austin

Lunch

1:45:-3:15
ACE A. Interaction in the Spanish L2 context / La interacción en el contexto
de la 2.302 adquisición del español como segunda lengua:
Alfonso Abad-Mancheño, Guilford College
''El desarrollo de la competencia interaccional en programas de estudios de
lenguas en el extranjero''

Dale Koike, University of Texas at Austin
''The role of expectations in pragmatic interaction''

Lynn Pearson, Bowling Green State University of Ohio
''The acquisition of discourse competence in L2 Spanish: An investigation of
mealtime conversations in study abroad''

Chair: Abby Dings, Southwestern University at Georgetown

2:30-3:30
ACE B. Discourse markers in dialogue / Marcadores del discurso en el diálogo:
2.402 José Estéban Hernández & Beatriz Solís, Pan American University
''La verdá sobre verdad: sus usos discursivos con valor epistémico''

Armando González-Salinas, Universidad Autónoma de Nuevo León
''O sea, digamos y otros mecanismos discursivos con subjuntivo en los
hablantes de Monterrey, México''

Chair: Lori Czerwionka, University of Texas at Austin
3:35-4:30 Keynote speaker / Ponencia magistral: Per Linell, University of
Linkøping, ''Dialogical linguistics: A counter-theory to mainstream linguistics?''
ACE 2.302

4:40-6:10
ACE A. Dialogue in professional contexts II / El diálogo en contextos
profesionales 2.302 II:

Gabriela Elizondo, Universidad Autónoma de Nuevo León
''La interacción discursiva en el aula en el proceso de aprendizaje de una
lengua extranjera: español en Estados Unidos e inglés en México''

Ana María Harvey, Pontifical Catholic University of Chile
''Activities and roles in verbal encounters with study purposes''

Miguel de la Torre, Universidad Autónoma de Nuevo León
''Ética y ciudadanía en los universitarios del noreste mexicano''

Chair: Rodney Williamson, University of Ottawa

4:40-5:40
ACE Language and grammar of dialogue / El lenguaje y la gramática del diálogo:
2.402 Alicia Ocampo, University of Minnesota
''La discursivizacion de DECIR: de verbo a partícula discursiva evidencial''

Francisco Ocampo, University of Minnesota
''The word order of constructions with a copula, an adjective, and an adverb
in spoken Rioplatense Spanish''

Chair: Knud Lambrecht, University of Texas at Austin

6:20-8 Dinner in Mezes Patio (entrance with tickets)

Saturday, April 21 ( sessions held in UTC, on 21st street, next to the PCL library)

9:30-11
UTC A. Dialogue and the media / El diálogo y la media:
1.144 Patricia Gubitosi, University of Massachusetts at Amherst
''El marco publicitario de La Bandera Americana, Albuquerque 1895 -1938:
dislocación y desplazamiento''

Ricardo Gualda, University of Texas at Austin
''The rivalry between Brazil and Argentina in soccer: Priceless. Analysis
of a Mastercard TV commercial''

Rose Lema, Universidad Autónoma Metropolitana-- Cuajimalpa
''Caos, complejidad, creatividad: bifurcaciones y diálogo en el discurso
cinematográfico''

Chair: Fritz Hensey, University of Texas at Austin

10:00-11:00

UTC B. Dialogue in Brazilian literature / O diálogo na literatura brasileira:
1.116 Christine Guedri, University of Texas at Austin
''A imutabilidade dos papéis associados à confissão em O Casamento de Nelson
Rodrigues''

Cristina Ferreira-Pinto Bailey, Independent Scholar
''The power of the word: A discourse analysis of Brazilian women's writings as
political resistance''

Chair: Sonia Roncador, University of Texas at Austin

11:10-12:05 Keynote speaker / Ponencia magistral: Adriana Bolívar,
Universidad Central de Caracas, ''El análisis del diálogo en la dinámica política''
UTC 1.144

12:05-1:45 Lunch

1:45-3:15
UTC A. Politeness in dialogue / La cortesía en el diálogo:
1.116 Helena Jiménez Martín, Universidad Autónoma de Nuevo León
''Estrategias de cortesía en el intercambio dialógico de los hablantes de
Monterrey''

Lori Czerwionka, University of Texas at Austin
''Responses to contradictions: Linguistic politeness and its use in Mexican
and Peninsular Spanish dialogues''

Memoria James, University of Texas at Austin
''Without a face: Face and politeness in Spanish and English chatroom
interactions''

Chair: Patricia Córdova Abundis, Universidad de Guadalajara

UTC B. Dialogue in narratives / El diálogo en la narrativa:
1.144 Beatriz Gutiérrez, UDEM--Monterrey and University of Texas at Austin
''A comparison of Mexican immigrant and Mexican heritage children's narratives''

Irene Fonte, Universidad Autónoma Metropolitana--Ixtapalapa & Rodney
Williamson, University of Ottawa
''Elementos interpersonales en narraciones orales''

Laura Camargo Fernández, Universidad de las Islas Baleares, España
''Diálogos en el interior de narraciones orales: funciones y formas''

Chair: Gabriela Elizondo, Universidad de Nuevo León

3:20-3:30 Cierre
UTC 1.144
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