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Thu Dec 10 2009
Calls: Pragmatics, Socioling, Discourse Analysis/Germany
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Narrative and Innovation
Message 1: Narrative and Innovation
From: Andreas Müller <amuellerkarlshochschule.de>
Subject: Narrative and Innovation
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Full Title: Narrative and Innovation
Date: 15-Sep-2010 - 17-Sep-2010
Location: Karlsruhe, Germany
Contact Person: Andreas Müller
Meeting Email: teamnarrative-innovation.org
Web Site: http://narrative-and-innovation.com/
Linguistic Field(s): Discourse Analysis; Pragmatics; Sociolinguistics
Call Deadline: 31-May-2010
Karlshochschule International University in Karlsruhe, Germany, is organizing an
international conference on "Narrative and Innovation" with the aim to bring
together scholars and practitioners from different contexts to discuss about the
topic. The conference forms part of an interpretive approach towards business
administration, strategic management, and entrepreneurship, by introducing
instruments of semiotics, linguistics, narratology, and others. The topic of the
conference therefore is open to a bundle of scientific and industrial perspectives.
Call for Papers
Particularly desired are papers about the topics of the conference which cover
any subject in the broader field of narrative and innovation.
Three types of contributions are welcome
Presentations should not extend duration of 20 minutes. Please send in an
abstract (one page, word-document).
If you do not want to present a communication but to discuss your project,
please send in a proposal for a poster. During the conference there will be a
time slot for poster presentations.
3. Panel suggestions
We provide an opportunity to hand in suggestions for panels. A panel is meant to
be an open space discussion or a debate about specific topics related to the
conference's subject. Your abstract (one page, word-document) should include the
topic of the panel, a short description of its objectives, the name of the panel
chair and potential participants (at least three persons). Panels should not
extend duration of 120 minutes.
The publishing of papers is planned short time after the conference. Therefore,
the contributors are kindly asked to submit the final versions of the papers
until the start of the conference, 15th of September 2010. Panel chairs are
encouraged to send in conversational genres, e.g. interviews or discussions.
Important information for the authors:
Deadline for the delivery of suggestions is the 31st of May 2010.
Notification of the acceptance will be submitted the latest until the 30th of
Papers must be written and presented in English. Submission as Word-Document
(via submission form) or E-Mail.
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