LINGUIST List 24.4788|
Wed Nov 27 2013
Calls: Text/Corpus Linguistics/UK
Editor for this issue: Bryn Hauk
From: Steve Walsh <Steve.Walshncl.ac.uk>
Subject: 7th Inter-Varietal Applied Corpus Studies Conference
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Full Title: 7th Inter-Varietal Applied Corpus Studies Conference
Short Title: IVACS 2014
Date: 19-Jun-2014 - 21-Jun-2014
Location: Newcastle, United Kingdom
Contact Person: Steve Walsh
Meeting Email: < click here to access email >
Web Site: http://www.ncl.ac.uk/ecls/news/conferences/IVACS2014/
Linguistic Field(s): Text/Corpus Linguistics
Call Deadline: 07-Feb-2014
The aim of the conference is to continue the success of the previous six IVACS conferences held at the Universities of Limerick (2002, 2008), Belfast, (2004), and Nottingham (2006), Edinburgh (2010) and Leeds (2012). The theme of the conference is intended to draw our attention to some of the challenges and opportunities which Corpus Linguistics has encountered, continues to encounter and may well encounter in the future. It is hoped that the conference will offer a snapshot of the various perspectives which corpus linguistics provides within and beyond the field of applied linguistics.
Confirmed Keynote Speakers:
Michael McCarthy, University of Nottingham
Ronald Carter, University of Nottingham
Brona Murphy, University of Edinburgh
Dawn Knight, Newcastle University
Tony McEnery, Lancaster University
Andrew Wilson, Lancaster University
Registration for this conference is not currently live. Please check the site again at a later date for more information on how to register. We promise, however, a memorable social programme which will include our conference dinner at St James Park, home of Newcastle United Football Club and an evening drinks reception at Northern Stage.
Conference fee: £200 per delegate, £85 for students. This fee includes conference registration, 3-course conference dinner, wine reception, lunch and refreshments.
Call for Papers:
We are particularly interested in papers which draw on applied corpus research in the following areas, though these are in no way exclusive:
- Corpus linguistics and applied linguistics: Data-driven learning; learner corpora; testing; teacher education; non-native speakers of English/English as an International Language (EIL)/English as a Lingua Franca (ELF)
- Corpus linguistics and analysing discourse: Using CL in conjunction with other methodologies, e.g. discourse analysis, conversation analysis, critical discourse analysis; using cl to look at language in specific contexts, e.g. media discourse, classroom discourse, workplace discourse, academic discourse
- Corpus linguistics and literature (including corpus stylistics; CL and translation studies)
- Corpus linguistics and forensic linguistics
- Corpus linguistics and pragmatics
- Corpus linguistics and speech technology
- Corpus linguistics and sociolinguistics
Papers focusing on languages other than English, and non-native varieties of English are particularly welcome.
Deadline for receipt of abstracts: 7 February 2014
Individual papers have 25 minutes: 20 for the presentation, 5 for questions.
Please format your abstract in the following way:
- Abstracts must written in Times New Roman 12 (do not use all caps, no bold print)
- Text should be 200 words maximum (including references, if any)
- Do not use any special fonts, such as bold print or caps (italics fine)
- Do not add tables, photos, or diagrams to your abstract
- Do not indent your paragraphs, leave one space between paragraphs instead
Abstracts can be submitted via email. Please send your abstract to the following address: IVACS2014ncl.ac.uk.
Further information about the conference will be posted in due course to the following website:
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