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LINGUIST List 20.3742

Tue Nov 03 2009

Calls: Applied Ling/Hungary

Editor for this issue: Kate Wu <katelinguistlist.org>


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        1.    Szilvia Csábi, Pedagogical Stylistics

Message 1: Pedagogical Stylistics
Date: 02-Nov-2009
From: Szilvia Csábi <pala2010budapestgmail.com>
Subject: Pedagogical Stylistics
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Full Title: Pedagogical Stylistics

Date: 19-Apr-2010 - 20-Apr-2010
Location: Budapest, Hungary
Contact Person: Szilvia Csábi
Meeting Email: pala2010budapestgmail.com
Web Site: http://sites.google.com/site/pala2010budapest/

Linguistic Field(s): Applied Linguistics

Call Deadline: 01-Dec-2009

Meeting Description:

Pedagogical Stylistics
Eötvös Loránd University, Budapest, Hungary
19th & 20th April 2010

Call for Papers

The PALA (Poetics & Linguistics Association http://www.pala.ac.uk/) Pedagogical
Stylistics Special Interest Group II invites abstracts for oral/poster
presentations and workshops in the field of pedagogical stylistics. We are
looking for presentations on current trends/research/practice in pedagogical
stylistics from the traditional to the more recent including teaching methods,
stylistic analyses of texts, pedagogical practice oriented stylistic research,
cognitive stylistics, rhetoric, corpus-based investigations, & use of computer
software in teaching stylistics.

Possible topics for discussion include, but are not limited to, current trends &
state-of-the art research & practice on
- teaching methods,
- stylistic analyses of texts,
- pedagogical practice oriented stylistic research,
- cognitive stylistics,
- rhetoric,
- corpus-based investigations,
- use of computer software in teaching stylistics.

Ideally, the presentations should be research/data driven. We will, however,
consider theoretical papers as well and hands-on workshops are also proposed to
discuss and demonstrate practical experience and innovative ideas of teaching
stylistics.

Plenary speakers
Michael Burke - Roosevelt Academy, Middelburg
Dan Mcintyre - University of Huddersfield

Abstract Submission Guidelines:
Abstracts of up to 300 words are to be submitted to pala2010budapestgmail.com
before 1st December 2009. We invite abstracts for 20-minute presentations +
10-minute discussions that address any aspect of pedagogical stylistics from a
theoretical and/or empirical perspective. Abstracts should be at most one A4
page long in 12-point Times font with 1-inch margins all around. Abstracts are
to be submitted as a pdf file. Abstracts/proposals of the following kind will be
considered:
- abstracts for the main PEDSIG session,
- abstracts for poster presentation,
- proposals for practice-oriented workshops.

Please include your name, address, affiliation and the title of the
abstract/proposal. The abstract/proposal should preferably include the research
question(s), the data, the methodology, the expected outcome as well as the
references.

Conference Website
http://sites.google.com/site/pala2010budapest/

E-mail
pala2010budapestgmail.com

Local Organizers
Szilvia Csábi & Judit Zerkowitz

Enjoy the pala experience with us in budapest!
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