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Sun Mar 01 2009
Calls: General Ling/Romania; General Ling/Netherlands
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Paradigms of the Ideological Discourse
Message 1: Paradigms of the Ideological Discourse
From: Ionel Apostolatu <iapostolatugmail.com>
Subject: Paradigms of the Ideological Discourse
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Full Title: Paradigms of the Ideological Discourse
Date: 29-Apr-2009 - 30-Apr-2009
Location: Galati, ROMANIA, Romania
Contact Person: Gina Necula
Meeting Email: ginanecgmail.com
Web Site: http://www.lit.ugal.ro/2009-pid/Home.htm
Linguistic Field(s): Discourse Analysis; General Linguistics; Ling & Literature;
Call Deadline: 20-Mar-2009
'Dunărea de Jos' University of Galaţi - Romania
Faculty of Letters http://www.lit.ugal.ro/
Department of Literature, Linguistics and Journalism
The Scientific Research Centre 'Intercultural Communication and Literature'
We are pleased to announce you that the International Conference on Paradigms of
the Ideological Discourse will be held in Galaţi, Romania from April 29th to
Call for Papers - Appel à Communications
The International Conference 'Paradigms of the Ideological Discourse'
We will be honored to have you as a participant.
The Conference is part of the scientific events annually organized by the
Scientific Research Centre Intercultural Communication and Literature (of B
category in NURC standards). Its purpose is to provide an academic and
multidisciplinary environment for dissemination of the researching results in
the area of an ample and controversial phenomenon: the implication of ideology
on the social-human sciences, in general, and on the language and communication
sciences, in particular. The papers will be published in extenso in our Research
Centre' s review 'Communication interculturelle et Littérature'.
The topic areas of the conference are:
Ideology involvement in language studies
Pragmatics of ideological discourse
Argumentation and rhetoric
'The Power' of ideological discourse
Globalization - a new ideology
Ideological discourse and political communication
History of mentalities
Theology and ideology
Media product: message, text, ideology
Literary criticism and ideology
Theories and doctrines in literary studies
Didactic canon and ideology
Submissions to the conference are not restricted to the special topics here
listed. We welcome proposals relating to any aspects regarding the relationship
between ideology and Humanities and Social Sciences.
Publication of submitted and accepted papers is possible only in English, French
or German following scientific review.
March 1st : Expression of intent. In the subject header of your mail, please
Expression of Intent - Author First Name Last Name
The body of your mail should include the following information:
The title of the presentation /the title of the paper that is to be sent for
Author's First Name and Last Name:
Scientific Title / Degree:
E-mail address for correspondence:
Full mailing address:
March 8th : Second Circular
March 15th : Abstract Submission (min. 150 words)
March 20th : Deadline for Abstract Submission and Fee Payment
March 25th : Provisional Programme
April 10th : First Draft of the presentation to be sent
April 29th- 30th : Conference and Final Article Version
The conference presentation languages are: English, French and Romanian.
Presentations last 15-20 minutes, followed by questions and answers (5-10
minutes). We plan a general session consisting of regular papers, plus plenary
lectures and theme sessions. Poster sessions may take place during the colloquium.
Mid May : Revised Versions of the Articles accepted for publication
The papers presented in the conference will be published in our periodical
journal, "Communication interculturelle et Littérature" (issue no. 5) upon
evaluation by the scientific committee.
Mid June : Published Volume
The conference registration fee is 40 EUR for participants (this includes
conference materials, coffee breaks, conference dinner, the publication of the
paper), 15 EUR for poster presentation and publication (without participation).
Volume postage: 25 EUR abroad, 5 EUR for Romania.
Message 2: TABU Dag
From: Dörte Hessler <d.a.hesslerrug.nl>
Subject: TABU Dag
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Full Title: TABU Dag
Date: 11-Jun-2009 - 12-Jun-2009
Location: Groningen, Netherlands
Contact Person: Dörte Hessler
Meeting Email: tabudagrug.nl
Web Site: http://www.let.rug.nl/tabudag
Linguistic Field(s): General Linguistics
Call Deadline: 01-Apr-2009
TABU Dag is a two-day conference on general linguistics organized by the Center
for Language and Cognition at the University of Groningen. It will take place on
Thursday, June 11th and Friday, June 12th 2009.
Second Call for Papers
30th International Linguistics Conference: TABU Dag 2009
June 11 - 12, 2009
University of Groningen, the Netherlands
Submission Deadline: April 1, 2009
Registration Deadline: June 1, 2009
The Center for Language and Cognition of the University of Groningen is pleased
to announce the 30th TABU Dag. To celebrate its 30th anniversary, TABU Dag 2009
will last two days and will be held on Thursday, June 11th and Friday, June 12th
2009. Researchers and other interested people are cordially invited to participate!
TABU Dag is an international broad linguistics conference which offers
excellent opportunities to meet other linguists and discuss current research
on several areas of linguistics. We strongly encourage participation and
abstract submission by young researchers.
This year, four plenary speakers will give a talk. We are happy to announce that
Jack Chambers (University of Toronto), Ken Church (Microsoft Research), Marianne
Gullberg (Max Planck Institute for Psycholinguistics) and Matthias Schlesewsky
(Johannes Gutenberg University Mainz) have accepted our invitation.
To mark the TABU Dag anniversary, the "TABU Dag 2009 prize" will be awarded to
the best presentation of the conference!
We welcome contributions related to the following aspects of linguistics:
- computer-assisted language learning
- language processing
- machine learning
- parsing and machine translation
Discourse and Communication
- communication in institutions, media, on the internet
- discourse structure
- spoken language communication & intonation
- written, visual, audio-visual conversations
Language and Literacy Development across the Life Span
- bilingualism and bilingual education
- first language acquisition
- language attrition
- language development and aging
- language learning in educational settings
- second language acquisition
Language Variation and Language Change
- dialectology and sociolinguistics
- grammaticalization and degrammaticalization
- language change
- language contact
- synchronic and diachronic language variation
- developmental speech and language disorders
- normal language processing in the brain (neuroimaging techniques- ERP, MEG,
fMRI, TMS, eye tracking)
- speech and language disorders after brain damage
Syntax and Semantics
- discourse semantics
- perception and understanding (asymmetries in grammar)
- syntactic structure, information structure
In addition, we encourage abstract submissions from other linguistic areas which
may have remained unmentioned in the overview above.
Abstracts of max 400 words should be submitted via the abstract submission
system on our website: http://www.let.rug.nl/tabudag.
The deadline for abstract submission is April 1, 2009.
Notification of acceptance will be sent to you on April 15.
The duration of the presentations is twenty minutes plus five minutes for
Depending on the number of submissions, some authors may be invited to give a
The conference language is English.
The registration for TABU Dag is now open. The registration deadline is June 1,
2009. Please note that authors of accepted papers are also required to register.
For more information and registration, please visit our website:
We are looking forward to seeing you in Groningen!
Diana Dimitrova, Myrte Gosen, Dörte Hessler, Alexandra Lenz & Martijn Wieling
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