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LINGUIST List 20.1077

Wed Mar 25 2009

Confs: Ling & Literature/Germany

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        1.    Gesa von Essen, Linguistics & Literary Studies

Message 1: Linguistics & Literary Studies
Date: 25-Mar-2009
From: Gesa von Essen <gesa.von-essenfrias.uni-freiburg.de>
Subject: Linguistics & Literary Studies
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Linguistics & Literary Studies

Date: 08-Jul-2009 - 10-Jul-2009
Location: Freiburg, Germany
Contact: Gesa von Essen
Contact Email: < click here to access email >
Meeting URL: http://www.frias.uni-freiburg.de/lang_and_lit/veranstaltungen/studies-lili

Linguistic Field(s): Ling & Literature

Meeting Description:

Linguistics & Literary Studies: Interfaces, Encounters, Transfers

Wednesday 8 July

Venue: Aula, Kollegiengebäude I, First Floor

15.15
Opening:
Werner Frick, Speaker, FRIAS Board of Directors
Hans-Jochen Schiewer, Rector of the University

15.30
Impulsreferate/Opening Plenaries:

Linguistics: Peter Eisenberg (Potsdam)
Literatursprache: Gegenstand der Sprachwissenschaft?
Literary Studies: Jörg Schönert (Hamburg)
„Liaisons négligées''. Zur Interaktion von Literaturwissenschaft und Linguistik in der disziplinären Entwicklung seit 1970

17.30
Coffee Break, Buffet and Poster Session

18.30
Podium Discussion
Literature and Language: Common Perspectives and New Horizons

Peter Auer (chair)
Ekkehard König (FU Berlin)
Ansgar Nünning (Gießen)
Peter Eisenberg (Potsdam)
Hans Bertens (Utrecht)
Klaus von Heusinger (Stuttgart)
Jörg Schönert (Hamburg)
End: ca. 20.30

Four Sections:
Narrative Deixis: The Textual Creation of Time and Space Collective and Social Identities Genre
Thursday 9 July

Venue: Haus zur Lieben Hand (Löwenstraße) and Aula

Section 1: Narrative

09.00
Plenaries

Plenary:
Heiko Hausendorf (Zurich)
Mündliches und schriftliches Erzählen - Textlinguistische und konversationsanalytische Perspektiven

Plenary:

Dan Shen (Beijing)
How to Make Linguistics More Helpful to the Interpretation of Narrative Fiction

10.30
Discussion

11.00
Coffee Break
Section 2: Deixis - The Textual Creation of Time and Space

11.30
Plenaries

Plenary:
Elena Semino (Lancaster)
Deixis and Fictional Minds

Plenary:
Nikolaus Himmelmann (Monash University/Münster)
Deixis: Interaktion und Diskurswelten

13.00
Discussion

13.30
Lunch break

Parallel Sections Narrative and Deixis

Section 1: Narrative:

15.30
Anna de Fina (Georgetown University)
Linguistics and Narrative: From Texts to Contexts

16.00
Per Krogh Hansen (U. of Southern Denmark)
Language Matters. On the Interdependence of Narrative Studies and Linguistics

16.30
Discussion

17.00
Coffee Break

17.30
Elisabeth Gülich (Bielefeld)
Erzählen - Erinnern - Interpretieren. Narrative Rekonstruktionsprozesse in Arzt-Patient-Gesprächen

18.00
Jan Alber (Freiburg)
Deictic Markers in Unnatural Narrative

18.30
Discussion

Section 2: Deixis - The Textual Creation of Time and Space

15.30
Elzbieta Chrzanowska-Kluczewska (Cracow)
Tropological Space: The Imaginary Space of Figuration

16.00
Holger Diessel (Jena)
Spatial Deixis, Joint Attention, and Common Ground

16.30
Discussion

17.00
Coffee Break

17.30
Brigitte Rath (Munich)
Pointing Out Worlds: Deixis at the Beginning of Narrative Texts

18.00
Anja Stukenbrock (Freiburg)
Pointing to an Empty Space: How 'Deixis am Phantasma' is Instantiated in Face-to-Face Communication

18.30
Discussion

Friday, July 10
Section 3: Collective and Social Identities

09.00
Plenaries

Plenary:
Ben Rampton (King's College, London)
The Everyday Poetics of Ethnicity and Class: Stylisation and Crossing

Plenary:
Alan Palmer (London)
Intermental Thought in Maria Edgeworth's Helen and its Absence in Henry James's The Tragic Muse

10.30
Discussion

11.00
Coffee Break

Section 4: Genres and Text Types

11.30
Plenaries

Plenary:
Klaus Hempfer (FU Berlin)
Some Aspects of a Theory of Genre

Plenary:
Susanne Günthner (Münster)
Kommunikative Gattungen als Orientierungsmuster in der Interaktion - Zur Gattungsanalyse in der Sprachwissenschaft

13.00
Discussion

Parallel Sessions Identity and Genre

Section Three: Collective and Social Identities

15.00
Benjamin Bailey (Amherst)
Connecting Linguistic Signs to Social Worlds: Negotiating Race and Ethnicity in the USA

15.30
Brian Richardson (College Park, MD)
Beyond Narrative Individualism: Toward a Collective Poetics

16.00
Discussion

16.30
Coffee Break

17.00
Jannis Androutsopoulos (King's College, London)
Using Language Variation to Style Fictional Characters

17.30
Anil Bhatti (New Delhi)
Metafictional Positions, Postcolonial Ambivalences, Blurred Identities

18.00
Discussion

Section Four: Genre

15.00
Ralf Schneider (Bielefeld)
The Cognitive Theory of Literary Genres Revisited: Cues from Construction Grammar and Conceptual Integration

15.30
Angelika Linke (Zürich/Berlin)
Über das Reden beim Essen. Soziokulturell signifikante Kommunikation,1650 – 1850

16.00
Discussion

16.30
Coffee Break

17.00
Matías Martínez (Wuppertal)
Perfective Narratives

17.30
Wolfgang Raible (Freiburg)
Genre and Media

18.00
Discussion

18.45
Concluding Podium Discussion

Monika Fludernik (Chair)
Respondent 1: Wulf Oesterreicher (München)
Respondent 2: Daniel Jacob (Freiburg)
Respondent 3: Michael H. Short (Lancaster)
Respondent 4: Roger Sell (Turku)
Respondent 5: Moritz Baßler (Münster)


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