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Fri May 22 2009
Calls: Historical Ling, Discourse Analysis, Text/Corpus Ling/UK
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English and German Nationalist and Anti-Semitic Discourse (1871-1924)
Message 1: English and German Nationalist and Anti-Semitic Discourse (1871-1924)
From: Stefan Baumgarten <s.baumgartenqmul.ac.uk>
Subject: English and German Nationalist and Anti-Semitic Discourse (1871-1924)
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Full Title: English and German Nationalist and Anti-Semitic Discourse (1871-1924)
Short Title: EGNAD
Date: 10-Sep-2010 - 11-Sep-2010
Location: London, United Kingdom
Contact Person: Stefan Baumgarten
Meeting Email: < click here to access email >
Web Site: http://www.sllf.qmul.ac.uk/research/nationalismproject/
Linguistic Field(s): Discourse Analysis; Historical Linguistics; Sociolinguistics; Text/Corpus Linguistics
Call Deadline: 15-Jan-2010
The Historical Discourse Working Group would like to announce its first
international conference 'English and German Nationalist and Anti-Semitic
Discourse' to be held at Queen Mary, University of London on 10-11 September 2010.
Call for Papers
The conference organisers, Professor Felicity Rash and Dr Stefan Baumgarten,
invite proposals in the form of abstracts of about 150-200 words on relevant
topics in the analysis of pre-1945 nationalist, colonialist or anti-Semitic
discourse. We welcome contributions which discuss issues of methodology or which
adopt interdisciplinary approaches, and we hope to foster debate on points of
contact between linguistics and the historical analysis of political and
ideological discourse. We would be particularly interested in contributions on
nationalist figures who are less well-represented in discourse research. It is
hoped that academic colleagues at all levels of their careers, including
postgraduate students, will offer to present papers or lead workshops.
The conference will be one of the events organised as part of the major research
project 'The Discourse of German Nationalism and Anti-Semitism 1871-1924',
funded by the Leverhulme Trust and led by Prof. Felicity Rash and Dr Geraldine
Horan. The project web-site will be live from 1 June 2009.
Key note speakers will include Ruth Wodak and Andreas Musolff.
It is intended that the conference proceedings will be published.
Please send expression of interest and abstracts to Dr Stefan Baumgarten by 15
January 2010; email: s.baumgartenqmul.ac.uk
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