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LINGUIST List 23.2492

Fri May 25 2012

Confs: Ling & Literature/UK

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Date: 25-May-2012
From: Daniel Z. Kadar <d.z.kadarhud.ac.uk>
Subject: Stylistics: Anglo-French Perspectives
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Stylistics: Anglo-French Perspectives

Date: 07-Jun-2012 - 08-Jun-2012
Location: Huddersfield, United Kingdom
Contact: Daniel McIntyre
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Linguistic Field(s): Ling & Literature

Meeting Description:

This 1-day event brings together leading researchers from the international Poetics and Linguistics Association (PALA) and the French Société de Stylistique Anglaise (SSA), with the aim of forming closer connections between these two organisations. It follows a successful joint symposium at the Université Jean Moulin Lyon 3, organised by the SSA in September 2011. This latest symposium focuses on the differences and commonalities of practice that exist in English and French stylistics. The language of the symposium is English.

Programme

Thursday 7 June 2012
4.00pm - 6.00
Registration and welcome

6.00
Stylistic analysis on the qui vive
Mick Short (Lancaster University), Dan McIntyre (University of Huddersfield) and Lesley Jeffries(University of Huddersfield)

7.00
Dinner at a local restaurant

Friday 8 June 2012

9.00 am
Tea/coffee and registration

9.30 - 10.10
Pierre Bourdieu and the analysis of political discourse in France
Luc Benoit a la Guillaume (Université de Paris X, Nanterre)

10.10 - 10.50
Patterns of fictional speech in Dickens's novels: a corpus approach
Michaela Mahlberg (University of Nottingham)

10.50. - 11.30
'On macrostylistics'
Simone Rinzler (Université Paris Ouest)

11.30 - 12.00
Tea/coffee

12.00 - 12.40
Key concepts and characterisation: a corpus stylistic analysis of the character/narrators in Julian Barnes' Talking It Over
Brian Walker (University of Huddersfield)

12.40 - 1.20
Ego, hic et nunc in John McGahern's 'That They may Face the Rising Sun'
Vanina Jobert-Martini (Université Jean Moulin Lyon 3)

1.20 - 2.30
Lunch

2.30 - 3.10
Dialogic consciousness in D.H. Lawrence's The Rainbow: a stylistic analysis of manuscript corrections on the cathedral episode
Violeta Sotirova (University of Nottingham)

3.10 - 3.50
The singular voice of the first person plural in Julie Otsuka's The Buddha in the Attic
Manuel Jobert (Université Jean Moulin Lyon 3)

3.50 - 4.30
George Moore's Revisions of Esther Waters: A Neo-Gricean Reading
Siobhan Chapman (University of Liverpool)

4.30 - 5.00
Tea/coffee

5.00 - 5.40
Non-linear syntax: an analysis of Virginia Woolf's style from the perspective of French linguistics
Linda Pilliere (Aix Marseille Université)

5.40 - 6.20
Just what is narrative urgency?
Paul Simpson (Queen's University Belfast)

6.30 - 7.00
Wine reception followed by dinner at a local restaurant



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