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        1.    Nicolas Bencherki, 13th Conference of the International Association for Dialogue Analysis- Dialogue and Representation

Message 1: 13th Conference of the International Association for Dialogue Analysis- Dialogue and Representation
Date: 17-Sep-2010
From: Nicolas Bencherki <nicolas.bencherkiumontreal.ca>
Subject: 13th Conference of the International Association for Dialogue Analysis- Dialogue and Representation
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Full Title: 13th Conference of the International Association for Dialogue
Analysis- Dialogue and Representation
Short Title: IADA

Date: 26-Apr-2011 - 30-Apr-2011
Location: Montréal, Québec, Canada
Contact Person: Emilie Pelletier
Meeting Email: dialogue2011com.umontreal.ca
Web Site: http://www.dialogue-representation.org

Linguistic Field(s): Discourse Analysis

Call Deadline: 01-Dec-2010

Meeting Description:

Dialogue and Representation
IADA -- International Association for Dialogue Analysis
13th International Conference on Dialogue Analysis
www.dialogue-representation.org

April 26-30, 2011
Université de Montréal, Québec, Canada

One basic issue of Dialogue Analysis draws on the problem of how to
represent the object 'dialogue'. There is no generally agreed concept of
dialogue; various perspectives can be taken which result in different
concepts of dialogue and correspondingly in different methodologies of
Dialogue Analysis. For this 13th international conference of the International
Association for Dialogue Analysis, papers are invited which address this
basic question of the relationship between the object dialogue and the
methodology of representation. We also invite researchers to submit
proposals that more generally address the connections of representation
with dialogue.

Call For Papers

Extended deadline for proposals: December 1, 2010
New deadline for submission of full papers: March 15, 2011

Conference Theme

Dialogue and Representation
We invite researchers to submit proposals that address the connections of
representation and dialogue, which can be problematized in at least the
three following ways: 1. Dialogue as representation, 2. Normative
perspectives on dialogue/representation issues, and 3. Representations of
dialogue. The conference also welcomes any contribution addressing the
question of dialogue. The notion of dialogue is not restricted to a specific
view of dialogue nor to a particular model but covers the whole range of
language use including approaches based on other concepts such as
conversation, discourse or social interaction. The following premises are
considered to be common ground, even though they may also be
discussed: (1) Language is primarily used for communication, (2)
Communication is always dialogic. Based on this inclusive acceptation of the
notion of dialogue, we hope that many scholars and students will be
interested in participating in this unique conference.

Guidelines for Submission

Abstract submission deadline: December 1, 2010
Notifications of acceptance: January 15, 2010
Full paper submission deadline: March 15, 2011

Prospective contributors should submit their 1,000-word abstract (typed and
double-spaced), together with a title as a MS Word file to
dialogue2011com.umontreal.ca. The email message should indicate the
author's status (student or researcher/professor) and institutional affiliation.

Papers can be presented in English, French, German, Spanish, or Italian.
Organizers will send notifications of acceptance by January 15, 2011.
Authors must send full papers by March 15, 2011, if they want their paper to
be included in the conference proceedings.

The organizers are currently discussing the possibility of publishing the best
contributions as book chapters in an edited book (in English) with a book
publisher.
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