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LINGUIST List 19.2661

Tue Sep 02 2008

Confs: General Linguistics/Brazil

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        1.    Dermeval da Hora, IV ABRALIN International Meeting

Message 1: IV ABRALIN International Meeting
Date: 31-Aug-2008
From: Dermeval da Hora <ho_rahotmail.com>
Subject: IV ABRALIN International Meeting
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IV ABRALIN International Meeting
Short Title: ABRALIN

Date: 04-Mar-2009 - 07-Mar-2009
Location: João Pessoa - PB, Brazil
Contact: Dermeval da Hora
Contact Email: ho_rahotmail.com
Meeting URL: http://www.abralin.org

Linguistic Field(s): General Linguistics

Meeting Description:

In March 2009, the Brazilian Linguistics Association - ABRALIN will hold two
major events in João Pessoa (PB), Brazil: the 6th ABRALIN International Meeting
(March 4-7) and the 11th ABRALIN Linguistic Institute (March 9-13).
The paper submission process will start on September 1st and the deadline is due
October 15.
For further information, please visit our website on www.abralin.org or call us
at +55 (83) 3216-7280.

The VI ABRALIN International Meeting will be organized with focus on the
following thematic groups: Phonetics and Phonology; Syntax; Morphology;
Semantics; Pragmatics; Lexicology and Terminology; Language Processing; Meaning
and Cognition; Functionalism; Indigenous Languages; Historical Linguistics;
Sociolinguistics; Dialectology / Geolinguistics; Discourse Analysis; Text
Genres; Applied Linguistics (L1 and L2); Literacy; Psycholinguistics and
Language Acquisition; Language Policy; Oral and Written Language in Popular Culture.
Around 40 courses will be offered during the Institute (15-hour long courses),
with the possibility of converting into credit hours in Post-Graduation courses.
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