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Date: Mon, 13 Sep 93 10:42:10 EDConference announcement
From: Joachim Knuf <JKNUFUKCC.uky.edu>
Subject: Conference announcement

Dear colleagues, please include the announcement for our conference in one of
your next postings. Thank you so much. Joachim Knuf

YOU ARE INVITED TO ATTEND:

STORIES AND DISCOURSES
The Second Kentucky Conference on Narrative
October 15 - 16, 1993

University of Kentucky
Lexington, KY
Patterson Office Tower, 18th Floor

 -------- F R I D A Y --------

WELCOME 1:00 - 1:30

PANEL 1: ORGANIZATIONS 1:30 - 3:45

 Susan Hafen, Ohio University
WORKER-OWNERS AND THE EXPERIENCE OF "MY-NESS." A
Phenomenological Study at Restaurant Casa
Neuva

 Kathryn A. Marold, The University of Denver
The Stories of Lakewood Fordland: How Narrative
Impacts Organizational Communication

 Sherilyn Marrow Ferguson, The University of Denver
"ONCE UPON A TIME THEY GOT FIRED": THERAPEUTIC
Value of Storytelling in Transitioned Individuals
in a Downsizing Organization

 Shirley C. Willihnganz and Greg Leichty, University of
 Louisville
Dealing with Paradox in Organizational Stories

 Joy Hart Seibert, University of Louisville
 Stephanie Zimmerman, San Jose State University
 James Hougland, Jr. and Dwight B. Billings, University
 of Kentucky
Stories and Myths: The Realities of Religion in Two
Appalachian Denominations

PANEL 2: IDENTITIES 4:00 - 5:15

 Takashi Kosaka, The University of Denver
History and Reality of Japanese Americans in the
U.S. A Study of Community Through Storytelling

 Gina Wesley, University of Kentucky
"I COULD HAVE HAD A PHD IN TYPING": STORIES OF
Schizophrenics

 Robert Glenn, Owensboro Community College
"ROAD ONCE TAKEN": MEDIA-GENERATED IMAGES OF
Route 66 as a Cultural Icon

 SONJA LAUNSPACH, UNIVERSITY OF SOUTH CAROLINA
A LOOK AT THE USE OF NARRATIVE IN THE CONTEXT OF A
QUILTING GUILD

SPECIAL EVENT: NARRATING ABOUT NARRATIVE 5:30 - 6:00

 Miles Richardson, Louisiana State University
"GUGG JU":A A SPEECH NARRATIVE ABOUT TALK

PARTY 8:00 - 11:00
Please help us celebrate autobiographical narrative,
smalltalk, gossip and assorted art forms at the home of
Astrid and Joachim Knuf, 1040 Castleton Way S. WeUll
have a fire, munchies, and drinks - and all the time in
the world to talk! (No hockey masks or chain saws,
please!) Map and directions at the Conference.

 -------- S A T U R D A Y --------

PANEL 3: STORYTELLING - ORAL AND
OTHERWISE 8:00-10:00

 Connie S. Cooper, University of Oklahoma
IS DISNEY GRIMM ENOUGH FOR TODAY'S CHILD?

 Phyllis A. Braun, University of Kentucky
The Oral Narrative - Completing the Pyramid of
our Past

 Michael W. Shelton, Weber State University
To Tell a Tale - Storytelling as a Competitive
Individual Event

 Ralph E. Hanson, West Virginia University
A Phenomenological Approach to Reporting

 Judith Yaross Lee, Ohio University
Five Ways of Looking at Aprille (With Apologies to
Wallace Stevens): Analysis of Storytelling in the
Twenty-First Century

 Faye Zhengxing, Temple University
A STYLISTIC ANALYSIS OF "JUDOU" AND "HIBISCUS TOWN"
- COMPARED WITH "THE LAST EMPEROR"

PANEL 4: CONCEPTUAL AND THEORETICAL
ISSUES 10:15-11:30

 Kyong Liong Kim, Mount Vernon Nazarene College
On the Semiotic Square: An Introduction

 Sara Cobb, University of Connecticut
The Social Construction of Intentions in
Narratives: Power as Position in Discourse

 Thomas Nathan Peters, University of Louisville
Narratives, Rationality, and the Construction of
Scientific Argument

PANEL 5: STRUCTURING 11:30 - 12:45

 EMANUEL RUBIN, UNIVERSITY OF MASSACHUSETTS AT
 Amherst
Music as a Determinant of Textual Logic in the
Medieval Redaction of the Hebrew Bible

 Mary Elizabeth Payne, State University of New York at
 Albany
Spoken Quotation in Storytelling and other
Discourse Sequences: An Analysis of Quoted Talk
in Conversation

 B. Keith Murphy, Indiana University - Purdue
 University Fort Wayne
>From Kazowie to Blam! The Language of Comic
Books

 James K. Hertog, University of Kentucky
The Visual Rhetoric of Objectivity: Donahueing it
up in the Twin Cities

PANEL 6: LEGAL AND POLITICAL TALK 2:00 - 3:15

 John Manzo, University of Kentucky
JURORS' NARRATIVES OF PERSONAL EXPERIENCE IN
Deliberation Talk

 Angela Garcia, University of Cincinnati
Constructing Moral Claims in Situations of
CONFLICT: DISPUTANTS' NARRATIVES IN MEDIATION
Hearings

 Ruth Wagoner, University of Kentucky
Stories and Openings: Uses of Narrative in
Litigation

 Joachim Knuf, Laban Miller, and Greg Widener,
 University of Kentucky
Electoral Discourse: Coding the Third Presidential
Debate

PANEL 7: NEGOTIATIONS AND INTERACTIONS 3:30 - 4:45

 Tim Halkowski, University of Wisconsin - Milwaukee
 L. Blonder, University of Kentucky
 A. Burns, University of Wisconsin - Milwaukee
The Interactive Achievement of Aphasic Narrative

 Douglas Maynard, Indiana University
ON "REALIZATION" IN EVERYDAY LIFE: THE FORECASTING
of Bad News as a Social Relation

 Richard L. Conville, University of Southern Mississippi
Between Spearheads: Bricolage and Relationships

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(Please print and send in with your check!)

Pre-Registration Form

STORIES AND DISCOURSES
The Second Kentucky Conference on
Narrative

October 15 - 16, 1993

University of Kentucky
Lexington, KY


Please use this form to advance register for the Second
Kentucky Conference on Narrative no later than
September 30. Thereafter, please register at the
conference.

Please provide the following information:

Name to appear on convention badge:

Address:

CITY: STATE:
Zip:

DAY TIME PHONE: ( ) - E-MAIL:

Institutional affiliation:

The regular registration fee is $10.00; students and the
unwaged register for $5.00.

Please check here [ ] if you require an individual receipt
(we would prefer you to keep a photocopy of this form and
of your check, though!).

Remember, if you need any help with hotel arrangements,
please call the Greater Lexington Convention and Visitors
Bureau at (606) 233-1221.

Joachim Knuf, Conference Organizer

College of Communications and Information Studies
University of Kentucky
127 Grehan Building, Lexington, KY 40506-0042
(606) 257-7805
JKNUFUKCC.uky.edu.
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