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LINGUIST List 25.204

Mon Jan 13 2014

Calls: Forensic Linguistics/Germany

Editor for this issue: Anna White <awhitelinguistlist.org>

Date: 13-Jan-2014
From: Iman Laversuch Nick <mavi.yazweb.de>
Subject: Germanic Society of Forensic Linguistics
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Full Title: Germanic Society of Forensic Linguistics
Short Title: GSFL

Date: 05-Sep-2014 - 07-Sep-2014
Location: Mainz, Germany
Contact Person: Iman Laversuch Nick
Meeting Email: < click here to access email >
Web Site: http://www.gsfl.info/roundtable--14.html

Linguistic Field(s): Forensic Linguistics

Call Deadline: 15-Jun-2014

Meeting Description:

The purpose of the GSFL Roundtable is to provide researchers, teachers, and practitioners working within forensic linguistics the opportunity to present and discuss their work within an interdisciplinary, collegial setting.

Academics, professionals, and students who are interested in attending the conference without presenting a paper or a poster are more than welcome. However, space is limited and will be awarded on a first come first serve basis. In addition, given the seriousness of the topics and the
graphic imagery which may be presented during the conference, all attendees must be at least 18 years of age.

For further details about the Roundtable 2014 and the GSFL, follow this link:
http://gsfl.info/faq1.html

If you have comments or questions, please feel free to contact Dr. I.M. Laversuch Nick (mavi.yazweb.de)

Call for Papers:

Paper abstracts are invited in any one of the following research areas:

Forensic Linguistics:

-Speaker identification and voice comparison
-Authorship identification, verification, and attribution
-Detecting plagiarism
-Computational methods of linguistic profiling
-Corpus analysis of forensic texts (e.g. confessions, courtroom transcripts, police protocols,suicide letters, threatening letters)
-the language of (violent) offenders and/or victims

Forensic Linguistics, the Law, and the Legal Process:

-Translating and interpreting the law
-Courtroom interpreting and translating
-Multilingualism and the legal system
-Language minorities and the law
-Legal discourse and legal texts
-Language testing, citizenship, and asylum
-Investigative interviewing and/or interrogative practices
-Legal policies on presenting expert witness testimony and evidence

Forensic Linguistics and Education:

-Developing FL programs and curricula
-FL instructional materials(textbooks, audiovisual aids, corpora, etc.)
-Developing ties with universities and professional organizations
-Interdisciplinary challenges and promises
-The future of FL education inside and outside of Europe

All interested authors are requested to submit a 250 word abstract for either papers or poster presentations is June 15, 2014. All submissions must be in either English or German and conform with LSA stylistic regulations. Be sure to indicate whether or not you are applying to present either a
paper or an abstract.

After the deadline, all abstracts will be submitted to a blind review. Notification of acceptance will be given on or before July 15, 2014. All applicants who have had their abstracts accepted will automatically be registered for the Roundtable and may invite up to two paying guests. In order to submit your abstract for the conference, we are asking you to use an online form for submission.



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