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LINGUIST List 20.4098

Tue Dec 01 2009

Calls: General Ling/Germany

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        1.    Irina Dahlmann, Formulaic Language Research Network

Message 1: Formulaic Language Research Network
Date: 30-Nov-2009
From: Irina Dahlmann <flarn2010uni-paderborn.de>
Subject: Formulaic Language Research Network
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Full Title: Formulaic Language Research Network
Short Title: FLaRN 2010 conference

Date: 23-Mar-2010 - 26-Mar-2010
Location: Paderborn, Germany
Contact Person: Irina Dahlmann
Meeting Email: flarn2010uni-paderborn.de
Web Site:
http://kw.uni-paderborn.de/institute-einrichtungen/institut-fuer-anglistik-und-amerikanistik/konferenzen/flarn/


Linguistic Field(s): General Linguistics

Call Deadline: 15-Dec-2009

Meeting Description:

Formulaic Language Research Network (FLaRN)
Fourth International FLaRN Conference
Tuesday 23 - Friday 26 March, 2010
University of Paderborn, Germany

Call for Papers

Deadline Extended: 15 Dec 2009

Fourth International FLaRN Conference:
Interdisciplinary Conference on Formulaic Language

Confirmed Keynote Speakers:
Professor Alison Wray
Cardiff University, U.K.

Professor Diana Van Lancker-Sidtis
New York University, U. S. A.

Professor Manfred Pienemann
University of Paderborn, Germany, and University of Newcastle, U. K.

The 2010 FLaRN conference addresses researchers working on topics associated
with formulaic language such as idioms, chunks, phrases or recurrent strings. It
is open to scholars from any area of linguistics (e.g. corpus research, L1
acquisition, L2 acquisition/learning/teaching, language disorders, etc) and to
researchers from other disciplines such as literature and culture. The
conference is directed both at postgraduates and professionals.

The conference has developed out of the Formulaic Language Research Network
(FLaRN) whose purpose it is to co-ordinate research work in the field of
formulaic language, to share ideas and resources, and to create a sense of
community between researchers who are not necessarily in geographical proximity.
The network is a tool for keeping a group of like-minded people from around the
world in touch with each other, and has been the focal point for three
postgraduate conferences in Cardiff (2004), Twickenham (2005) and Nottingham
(2008).

Format and Deadlines:
Abstracts for a 20-minute paper should be submitted by 15 December 2009.
Abstracts may be in English and German.

Format:
- 300 words maximum (incl. title and references) in WORD, Arial, 1.5 line
spacing, size 12.
- Please provide your details (Name(s), title, affiliation, contact details,
stage of studies (if postgraduate student)) on page 1 and your abstract on page 2.
- Save the document in the following format: surname_name_FLaRN2010.doc (e.g.
'dahlmann_irina_FLaRN2010.doc')

Please send abstracts to flarn2010uni-paderborn.de
Successful applicants will be notified by 10 January 2010.

We look forward to welcoming you in Paderborn

The FLaRN 2010 organising committee
Martina Häcker
Eva Berlage
Irina Dahlmann

Contact:
flarn2010uni-paderborn.de
Tel. +0049 (0)5251-602841
Universität Paderborn
FLaRN 2010 (c/o Gabriele Kipp)
Institut für Anglistik und Amerikanistik
Warburger Str. 100
33098 Paderborn, GERMANY
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