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LINGUIST List 21.2631

Thu Jun 17 2010

Calls: General Ling/Hungary

Editor for this issue: Di Wdzenczny <dilinguistlist.org>


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        1.    Mária Ladányi, Beyond Dichotomies

Message 1: Beyond Dichotomies
Date: 16-Jun-2010
From: Mária Ladányi <ladanyi.mariahungarnet.hu>
Subject: Beyond Dichotomies
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Full Title: Beyond Dichotomies

Date: 25-Oct-2010 - 26-Oct-2010
Location: Budapest, Hungary
Contact Person: Gabriella Kothencz
Meeting Email: diagrambtk.elte.hu
Web Site: http://www.diagram.elte.hu

Linguistic Field(s): General Linguistics

Call Deadline: 25-Jun-2010

Meeting Description:

Beyond Dichotomies

The DiAGram research group in functional linguistics at Eötvös Loránd
University, Department of Hungarian (Budapest) is inviting linguists to the
international conference 'Beyond Dichotomies', due to take place in
Budapest, 25-26 October 2010.

The conference is aimed primarily at functional cognitive linguists. Its key
topic (intended as a point of orientation rather than as a limitation) is the
general trend in functionalism to relativize or eliminate strict dichotomies,
whether at an abstract theoretical level or in the minute details of
grammatical description (cf. fuzzy edges, continua, etc.). To name but the
most wide-ranging examples, functional linguists typically deny that a neat
and principled distinction can be made between
- semantics and pragmatics
- grammar and lexicon
- linguistic knowledge and language use
- synchrony and diachrony
- the individual-mental and the social dimensions of language.

These issues correspond broadly to research on cognitive grammar,
construction grammar, usage-based grammar, grammaticalization, etc., and
linguists working in these fields are strongly encouraged to participate. The
organizers also have a typological focus on agglutinative languages;
however, linguists with a different research interest are also more than
welcome. The language of the conference is English.

Confirmed keynote speakers:
Bernd Heine, University of Cologne
Paul Hopper, Carnegie Mellon University
Susanne Niemeier, University of Koblenz-Landau

Call For Papers

The deadline for abstract submission to the conference Beyond
Dichotomies
has been extended to June 25th.

Please submit your abstract by e-mail to the address of the organizing
committee: diagrambtk.elte.hu. Send your abstract as attachment to an
e-mail message (in both .pdf and .doc formats). Please indicate clearly
whether your abstract is intended as a poster or a section paper. The
abstracts will be evaluated by the organizing committee. Participants will be
notified about acceptance by July 10, 2010.

The body of the e-mail should include the following information (preferably
in this order):

1) Name of the participant
2) Title of presentation
3) Affiliation
4) E-mail address
5) Choice of paper or poster presentation

The book of abstracts will be published on the conference website, at
www.diagram.elte.hu.

The organizers at Eötvös Loránd University:
Gábor Tolcsvai Nagy
Krisztina Laczkó
Szilárd Tátrai
Mária Ladányi
Nóra Kugler
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