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Sat Oct 30 2010

Calls: Discourse Analysis, Pragmatics/France

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        1.     Andre Wlodarczyk , MIC Sorbonne 2010

Message 1: MIC Sorbonne 2010
Date: 30-Oct-2010
From: Andre Wlodarczyk <andre.wlodarczykparis-sorbonne.fr>
Subject: MIC Sorbonne 2010
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Full Title: MIC Sorbonne 2010
Short Title: MIC2010

Date: 18-Nov-2010 - 19-Nov-2010
Location: Paris, France
Contact Person: Renata KRUPA
Meeting Email: celtaparis-sorbonne.fr
Web Site: http://www.celta.paris-sorbonne.fr/anasem/indexASMIC.html

Linguistic Field(s): Discourse Analysis; Pragmatics

Call Deadline: 10-Nov-2010

Meeting Description:

We are pleased to announce an international symposium on information
and meta-informative centering in natural languages to be held at Paris-
Sorbonne University on Nov. 18-19, 2010. The Meta-Informative Centering
Theory (MIC) is currently developed at CELTA (Centre de Linguistique
Theorique et Appliquee).

The symposium is intended to focus on preference and efficiency in
discourse, and to continue discussion on crucial issues of the MIC theory in
connection with research on pragmatics including the Socio-Cognitive
Approach (SCA) to pragmatics developed at the State University of New
York at Albany. For further information, please go the CELTA website
pages:

http://www.celta.paris-sorbonne.fr/anasem/indexASMIC.html

Call For Papers

The symposium is intended to focus on preference and efficiency in
discourse, and to continue discussion on crucial issues of the MIC theory in
connection with research on pragmatics including the Socio-Cognitive
Approach (SCA) to pragmatics developed at the State University of New
York at Albany.

The programme is available from the following CELTA website page:
http://www.celta.paris-sorbonne.fr/anasem/indexASMIC.html

Programme Committee:
Chair: André Wlodarczyk (Universities Lille 3 & Paris Sorbonne - CELTA)
Co-chair: Istvan Kecskes (New York State University, Albany)

Members (Invited Speakers):

Werner Abraham (Vienna University)
Philippe Besnard (CNRS & University Paul Sabatier, Toulouse)
Dirk Geeraerts (Katholieke Universiteit Leuven)
Rachel Giora (University of Tel-Aviv)
Katarzyna Jaszczolt (University of Cambridge)
Rados?aw Katarzyniak (Wroc?aw University of Technology)
Elisabeth Leiss (Munich University)
Jacques Moeschler (University of Geneva)
Maciej Piasecki (Wroc?aw University of Technology)
François Recanati (Centre National de la Recherche Scientifique)
Rafa? Rzepka (University of Hokkaido)
Franz Stachowiak (University Justus-Liebig)
Yuriko Sunakawa (University of Tsukuba)
Maite Taboada (Simon Fraser University)

Organising Committee:

Chair: Hélène Wlodarczyk (Paris Sorbonne - CELTA)

Members:
Natalia Bernitskaia (Paris Sorbonne - CELTA)
Renata Krupa (Paris Sorbonne - CELTA)
Michaël Alvarez-Pereyre (Paris Sorbonne - CELTA)

Secretary:
Monika Piechocka (Paris Sorbonne - CELTA)

Languages of the conferences: English and French

Participation conditions:
Registered participants will be allowed to all the coffee-breaks, and two
meals (one buffet dinner and one lunch).

Participation fee: 60 € (students 20 €) before November, 10th 2010 and after
that date 80 €(students 25 €). Fees will be paid at the registration desk.

To register, please send an e-mail to celtaparis-sorbonne.fr
with the following object 'MIC Sorbonne 2010 - participant' if you are a
student, please mention it in the body of your mail.
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