LINGUIST List 23.430|
Fri Jan 27 2012
Calls: Discourse Analysis, Translation, Semantics, Pragmatics/UK
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1. David Lilley ,
Representations of Discourse
Message 1: Representations of Discourse
From: David Lilley <D.Lilleyuea.ac.uk>
Subject: Representations of Discourse
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Full Title: Representations of Discourse
Date: 08-Jun-2012 - 08-Jun-2012
Location: Norwich, United Kingdom
Contact Person: David Lilley
Meeting Email: < click here to access email >
Web Site: http://www.uea.ac.uk/lcs/eventsnews/discourse
Linguistic Field(s): Discourse Analysis; Pragmatics; Semantics; Translation
Call Deadline: 12-Mar-2012
The School of Language and Communication Studies at the University of East Anglia invites you to a one-day postgraduate conference, to be held at the University of East Anglia on Friday 8 June 2012.
We hope to give postgraduates experience of presenting their work to a wider audience at a serious conference. The theme of the conference is intentionally broad, and will be of interest to those pursuing postgraduate studies in diverse linguistics-related disciplines.
Plenary speakers will include Dr Christopher Hart from the University of Northumbria, and Prof Andreas Musolff from the University of East Anglia. We look forward to ending our conference with a roundtable discussion which all delegates will be invited to attend. Our two plenary speakers will be joined by three professionals from outside academia, and together they will share their insights into issues which have been raised throughout the day. Participation from audience members in the form of questions to the panel will be welcome.
For further details please visit:
Call for Papers:
The theme of the conference is 'representations of discourse'. This theme to be understood broadly and submissions relating to a wide variety of linguistic aspects of the theme are welcome. Possible topics of presentations include:
- All aspects of translation and interpreting
- Semantic or pragmatic approaches to reported discourse, including relevance-theoretic perspectives
- Discourse analysis and reported discourse, for example critical discourse analytical approaches to discourse representation
- Representations of discourse across media, for example film and television
Abstracts of not more than 250 words for oral presentations (fifteen minutes in duration plus five minutes of questions) and posters are invited. The deadline for receipt of abstracts is Monday 12 March 2012. All abstracts will be peer-reviewed anonymously.
Guidelines for Formatting Your Abstract:
- Abstracts should be no more than 250 words (excluding references).
- All margins: 2.5cm
- Line spacing: 1.5
- Text alignment: justified
- Title text: Calibri, 12pt, bold, centred
- Body text: Calibri, 12pt
- Do not indent paragraphs, but leave one empty line between them.
Guidelines for Submitting Your Abstract:
- You must send two copies of your abstract.
- Please indicate whether you wish to give an oral presentation or present a poster by putting 'poster' or 'oral presentation' in the header of both copies of your abstract.
- One copy must not mention your name or affiliation, and should be saved as yourname_anon.doc or yourname_anon.docx (for example joebloggs_anon.docx).
- The other copy must have your name and affiliation in the footer. It should be saved as yourname_named.doc or yourname_named.docx.
- Attach your abstracts to an email.
- The subject line of the email should be 'abstract submission'.
- The body of your email should contain your name, affiliation, and email address, and whether you wish to give an oral presentation or present a poster.
- Submissions should be sent to representationsofdiscoursegmail.com no later than Monday 12 March 2012. No late submissions will be accepted.
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