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LinC Summer School in Systemic Functional Linguistics
Message 1: LinC Summer School in Systemic Functional Linguistics
From: Lise Fontaine <FontaineLcardiff.ac.uk>
Subject: LinC Summer School in Systemic Functional Linguistics
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Full Title: LinC Summer School in Systemic Functional Linguistics
Date: 13-Sep-2010 - 16-Sep-2010
Location: Cardiff, United Kingdom
Contact Person: Lise Fontaine
Meeting Email: < click here to access email >
Web Site: http://www.cf.ac.uk/encap/linc
Linguistic Field(s): Applied Linguistics; Linguistic Theories; Text/Corpus Linguistics
Call Deadline: 01-Jul-2010
We are pleased to announce the 1st LinC summer school in Systemic Functional Linguistics to be held at Cardiff University from September 14-16 inclusive, 2010, with welcome and registration taking place on September 13th.
Cardiff University Lecturers:
Dr Lise Fontaine, Dr Tom Bartlett, and Dr Gerard O'Grady
Special Guest Lecturers:
Michael Halliday, University of Sydney and Macquarie University
Ruqaiya Hasan, Macquarie University
Geoff Thompson, University of Liverpool
Mick O'Donnell, Universidad Autónoma de Madrid
About the Summer School:
Systemic Functional Linguistics (SFL) is an increasingly popular framework for understanding and analysing language in use. At the very foundation of SFL is the view of language as a social function. As Halliday states, the internal organization of language is not arbitrary but embodies a positive reflection of the functions that language has evolved to serve in the life of social man (1970:26). The functions of language include both the functions that language serves (i.e. how people use language) and linguistic functions (i.e. the grammatical and semantic roles assigned to parts of language). It is this focus on the functions of language that has lead to the successful application of SFL in areas such as language teaching, literacy, computational approaches to language, counselling, research in language and communication and many more. The goal of the summer school is to offer research training in both understanding the SFL theory of language and applying it to real-world challenges.
Registration fee is £105 for the full three days. There are a limited number of places available so please book early. The summer school will only run if the minimum number of places are filled. The registration form is now available from the menu in the top right section of this page.
University accommodation will be available for those who wish to stay in halls of residence. The cost per night is £22.94 (Room only). Breakfast will be available but not included in the cost of the accommodation. Those staying in halls of residence can pay for breakfast in the main dining area and information about this will be available upon arrival. The accommodation form is now available from the LinC website. There is also a link to other places to stay in Cardiff.
Call for Papers:
Participants at the summer school are encouraged to submit an abstract for a Poster Presentation. Accepted proposals will be presented at a poster session. Deadline for submissions is May 1st 2010. Send abstracts of 500 words to linc2010cf.ac.uk.
For further information please contact:
Lise Fontaine, Tom Bartlett or Gerard O'Grady:
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