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LINGUIST List 20.4356

Thu Dec 17 2009

Calls: Applied Ling/Italy

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

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        1.    CERLIS Bergamo, Genre Variation in English Academic Communication

Message 1: Genre Variation in English Academic Communication
Date: 16-Dec-2009
From: CERLIS Bergamo <cerlisunibg.it>
Subject: Genre Variation in English Academic Communication
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Full Title: Genre Variation in English Academic Communication
Short Title: CERLIS 2011

Date: 23-Jun-2011 - 25-Jun-2011
Location: University of Bergamo, Italy
Contact Person: CERLIS Bergamo
Meeting Email: cerlisunibg.it
Web Site: http://dinamico.unibg.it/cerlis/page.aspx?p=220

Linguistic Field(s): Applied Linguistics

Subject Language(s): English (eng)

Call Deadline: 31-Oct-2010

Meeting Description:

The aim of this conference is to bring together the latest research on academic
discourse from a genre-oriented perspective. Contributions representing
different analytical approaches and disciplinary areas are welcome, including
synchronic as well as diachronic studies. The following plenary speakers have
accepted our invitation:
- Vijay K. Bhatia (City University of Hong Kong)
- Anna Mauranen (University of Helsinki)
- John M. Swales (University of Michigan)

Call for Papers

Abstracts and presentations, to be submitted in English, should reflect at least
one of the following conference themes:
- Methodological aspects of academic genre analysis
- Genre typology and taxonomy in academia
- Cross-cultural implications of genre use
- Hybridisation across and within research genres
- Unsolved issues in genre theory
- Genre and the ESL / EFL / ELF community
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