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LINGUIST List 21.526

Tue Feb 02 2010

Calls: Applied Ling, Cognitive Science, Socioling/Netherlands

Editor for this issue: Kate Wu <katelinguistlist.org>

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        1.    Frank Hakemulder, Empirical Study of Literature and Media

Message 1: Empirical Study of Literature and Media
Date: 31-Jan-2010
From: Frank Hakemulder <frankhakemulderyahoo.com>
Subject: Empirical Study of Literature and Media
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Full Title: Empirical Study of Literature and Media
Short Title: IGEL

Date: 07-Jul-2010 - 11-Jul-2010
Location: Utrecht, Netherlands
Contact Person: Frank Hakemulder
Meeting Email: igelconference2010gmail.com
Web Site: http://www2.hum.uu.nl/congres/igel/index.html

Linguistic Field(s): Applied Linguistics; Cognitive Science; Ling & Literature;

Call Deadline: 15-Feb-2010

Meeting Description:

International Society for the Empirical Study of Literature and Media

Call for Papers

Deadline for proposals: 15 February 2010
Summer Institute: 3-7 July 2010
IGEL Conference: 7-11 July 2010

Conference Topics
IGEL invites you to send in proposals for conference papers, symposia, and
posters on the following topics, such as:

Literary reading processes (emotion, cognition, personality, etc.);
The social role of literature and related media (e.g. film, theatre, Internet,
multimedia, virtual reality);
Literature and media from an evolutionary perspective;
Early literary and media socialization;
Pedagogical and educational aspects of literature and the media;
Processes of literary/media production, distribution and reception;
The role of literary and other cultural institutions: past, present and future;
The empirical study of historical reception and historical readers;
Computational analyses of literature and the media (corpus studies, hypertext
models, etc.).

Proposals need to be based on research finished around the time of presentation.
The research needs to be empirical in nature or theoretical but informed by
empirical research.

Submissions Deadlines for conference paper and poster, as well as applications
for the Summer Institute (3-7 July) are set at 15 February 2010. Please submit
proposals in English using the submission system that will be launched shortly
at the conference website:

For further information, please contact the local organization at

Frank Hakemulder, vice president
Institute for Media and Culture Studies
Utrecht University
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