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Sun Sep 12 2010

Calls: Disc Analysis, Phonology/Poland

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        1.    Janina Mołczanow, GlobE 2010 Prosody and Discourse

Message 1: GlobE 2010 Prosody and Discourse
Date: 10-Sep-2010
From: Janina Mołczanow <jmolczanowuw.edu.pl>
Subject: GlobE 2010 Prosody and Discourse
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Full Title: GlobE 2010 Prosody and Discourse

Date: 26-Nov-2010 - 26-Nov-2010
Location: Warsaw, Poland
Contact Person: Janina Mo?czanow
Meeting Email: jmolczanowuw.edu.pl
Web Site: http://globe.ils.uw.edu.pl/index.php?section=9&subsection=1

Linguistic Field(s): Discourse Analysis; Phonology

Call Deadline: 01-Oct-2010

Meeting Description:

The objective of the session is to present the recent research findings on
the role of prosodic features, such as intonation, voice quality, rhythm,
tempo and duration, in the construction of discourse. The present session
aims to bring together researchers working on the topics relating to the
interaction of prosody and pragmatic meaning and to provide a forum of
discussion in order to share insights and inspire new research in this area.
Implications for teaching and translation are also of interest.


Conference fee:
25 Euro (including costs of conference materials and coffee breaks)
40 Euro (including costs of conference materials, coffee breaks and lunch)

Venue:
Institute of Applied Linguistics
University of Warsaw
Browarna 8/10
00-311 Warsaw, Poland
(more details will be given in a next circular)

2nd Call For Papers

We seek papers addressing prosodic aspects of discourse meaning from
the perspective of

-discourse analysis;
-conversation analysis;
-pragmatics;
-rhetoric;
-(im)politeness theories;
-critical linguistics;
-cross-cultural studies;
-applied linguistics (language teaching and interpreting);

Key note speakers:

Anne Wichmann ( University of Central Lancashire) Discourse and prosody:
an overview

Nicole Dehé (University of Konstanz) The prosody of extra-sentential
elements in discourse: Hypotheses - Methodology - Results

Traci Walker (University of York) The phonetics and prosody of repetition in
interaction

The plenary session will be held in English. We invite papers/workshop
proposals in English, Polish, French, German, Russian and Spanish.

In order to submit a proposal, please send an abstract in English (200-300
words, preferably in PDF file) and specify your preferred language of
presentation (English, Polish, French, German, Russian, Spanish);
-(optionally) attach an audio (or audiovisual) file (some 3 minutes of
interaction that will be analysed during the section session); No strictly
theoretical papers will be accepted. Speakers will be given 20 minutes for
presentation and 10 minutes for discussion.

Deadline extension

Paper proposals should be sent by October 1st 2010 to
jmolczanowuw.edu.pl; notification of acceptance will be sent to the
authors by October 15th 2010. Selected papers will be published in the
conference proceedings.

Conference fee:

25 Euro (including costs of conference materials and coffee breaks)
40 Euro (including costs of conference materials, coffee breaks and lunch)

Venue:
Institute of Applied Linguistics
University of Warsaw
Browarna 8/10
00-311 Warsaw, POLAND

Organising committee:
Anna Duszak
Janina Mo?czanow

Contact person:
Janina Mo?czanow jmolczanowuw.edu.pl
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