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LINGUIST List 22.54

Wed Jan 05 2011

Confs: Anthropological Linguistics, General Linguistics/Portugal

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        1.     Carlos Gouveia , 38th International Systemic Functional Congress

Message 1: 38th International Systemic Functional Congress
Date: 05-Jan-2011
From: Carlos Gouveia <carlos.gouveiafl.ul.pt>
Subject: 38th International Systemic Functional Congress
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38th International Systemic Functional Congress
Short Title: ISFC38

Date: 25-Jul-2011 - 29-Jul-2011
Location: Lisbon, Portugal
Contact: Carlos Gouveia
Contact Email: isfc38fl.ul.pt
Meeting URL: http://www.fl.ul.pt/unidades/institutos/ici/isfc38

Linguistic Field(s): Anthropological Linguistics; General Linguistics

Meeting Description:

The congress theme, Negotiating difference: languages, metalanguages,
modalities, cultures, celebrates the rich and multifaceted nature of semiotic
systems as research objects as well as the multilayered nature of the
research and contributions to linguistics that are motivated by those
semiotic systems. The theme also celebrates dialogue, plurality and mutual
acquaintance by promoting not only intersections and interfaces involving
different perspectives, trends and theoretical perceptions of research
objects within systemic functional linguistics, but also associations and
connections with theories and methodologies outside systemic functional
linguistics.

The theme therefore seeks to be broad and inclusive, inspiring the
congress to embrace contributions that fall outside the scope promoted by
previous ISFCs. In particular, it aims at building bridges, transcending
frontiers and negotiating difference to include reflections, dialogues,
partnerships and discussions with researchers working in other theories
and methodologies but who share certain fundamental axioms with SFL.

The congress will open formally the morning of Monday, July 25. Each day
will include two plenary papers and a range of parallel sessions.

Plenary speakers:

Caroline Coffin, Open University, Milton Keynes, United Kingdom
Frances Christie, Sydney University, Sydney, Australia
James R. Martin, Sydney University, Sydney, Australia
Jean-Paul Bronckart, University of Geneva, Geneva, Switzerland
Lachlan Mackenzie, Institute for Theoretical and Computational Linguistics,
Lisbon, Portugal
Mick O'Donnell, Autonomous University of Madrid, Madrid, Spain
Orlando Vian, Jr., Federal University of Rio Grande do Norte, Natal, Brazil
Susan Hood, University of Technology, Sydney, Australia
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