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Date: Thu, 7 May 92 12:07:00 +024th Nottingham International Systemic Workshop
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Fourth Nottingham International Systemic Workshop

Provisional programme

Keynote speaker: John Swales (Michigan): Genre

Other contributors:

Katja Pelsmaekers (Antwerp): Aspects of genre from the
perspective of translation

Bill Greaves (Toronto): The spoken dimension of genre

Glenn Stillar (Ontario): A model-instance perspective
on genre

Marta Carretero (Madrid): The influence of genre on
modality

Francisca Gonzalez (Cordoba): Interlanuae and the
development of communicative competence

Ann-Charlotte Lindeberg (Helsinki): Research articles in
economic sciences

Francesca Bargiela (Nottingham): Business meetins as genre

Azaveli Lwaitama (Dar es Salaam): Academic lectures and
political harangues in Kiswahili

Tim Gibson (Nottingham): Theme as one means of differentiating
between sub-genres of abstract

Ignacio Vazquez (Zaragoza): Genre theory and translation

Maria Gonzalez (Santiago): Theme and initial position
relevance.

Margaret Berry (Nottingham): Genre and/or register

Mujib Rahman (Edinburh): An evaluation of the "Cars" model
for RA introductions

Caroline Stainton (Nottingham): A genre-based approach to the
understanding of the rhetorical dimension of discourse

David Hilborn (Nottingham): Problems of genre-definition in
liturical discourse

Jesus Trillo (Madrid): Continuative themes in oral discourse

Susan Cockcroft (Nottingham): Persuading people

Christopher Taylor (Udine): SL and translation

M. Hazadiah (Selangor): The exchange as an element of
topic-framework

Dirk Noel (Antwerp): Conjunction reconsidered

Geert Craps (Leuven): Thematic progression analysis reconsidered

Dionysis Goutsos (Birmingham): Aspects of Halliday's notion
of theme and its application to Greek

Adrian Hare (Selangor): Time and modality in law texts

Sara Mills (Loughborough): Gender and language

FURTHER INFORMATION AND REGISTRATION

write to:

Hilary Hillier
Department of English Studies
University of Nottingham
NG7 2RD
UK

Fax: +44 602 420 825

Telephone: +44 602 484848
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