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Message 1: Workshop on Clausal Architecture

Date: Wed, 8 Mar 1995 12:25:51 +Workshop on Clausal Architecture
From: Alberto Lavelli <lavelliirst.it>
Subject: Workshop on Clausal Architecture

 PRE-ANNOUNCEMENT

 Workshop on:
 TEMPORAL, ASPECTUAL AND VERBAL PROJECTIONS:
 THE CLAUSAL ARCHITECTURE

University of Bergamo, Italy, November 1995
Organizer: Alessandra Giorgi

The call for papers and the list of the invited speakers will be
published at the end of March.
For speakers, the University of Bergamo will provide lodgings
and will contribute to travel expenses.

For further information write to:

Alessandra Giorgi
Piazza Vecchia 8, 24100 Bergamo, Italy
fax: +39-35-235136
e-mail: giorgiirst.itc.it
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Message 2: SALSA III tentative schedule

Date: Tue, 07 Mar 1995 14:19:45 SALSA III tentative schedule
From: <SALSAutxvms.cc.utexas.edu>
Subject: SALSA III tentative schedule

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We finally have the tentative schedule of SALSA III, which will be held
at the University of Texas at Austin from April 7 to 9.

If you are interested in registering, email us at
SALSAutxvms.cc.utexas.edu. An registration packet is available by mail.

We hope to see y'all in April!!

Yukako Sunaoshi
Co-chair
SALSA Organizing Committee

SALSA III Tentative Schedule

Friday, April 7
8:00-9:00 REGISTRATION and coffee
9:00-9:15 OPENING STATEMENT
9:15- 10:15 KEYNOTE ADDRESS: Ana Celia Zentella C.U.N.Y.-Hunter College
10:15-10:30 BREAK
SESSION 1 : Nontraditional Gender Roles
10:30-11:00 Male lesbians and other queer notions in Hausa
 Rudolf P. Gaudio, Stanford University
11:00-11:30 The linguistic gendering of an alternative Japanese
 lifestyle: speech variation in the gay communities of
 urban Japan
 Naoko Ogawa and Janet S. (Shibamoto) Smith, UC-Davis
11:30-12:00 Women managers and "local" metapragmatic knowledge in a
 Tokyo ccorporate office
 Miyako Inoue, Washington University
12:00-1:00 LUNCH
SESSION 2: Rhetorical Patterning in Verbal Art
1:00-1:30 The affecting work of eyes: patterns of eye gaze in
 American Sign Language storytelling
 Peggy Swartzel Lott, UT-Austin
1:30-2:00 Authorial context and reported speech in Sierra Popoluca
 discourse performance
 Kay Sammons, UT-Austin
2:00-2:30 The poetics & rhetoric of overlap in a sample of Yup'ik
 men's house speech
 Anthony C. Woodbury, UT-Austin
2:30-3:00 Rhetorical organization of Chichewa discourse
 Troi Carleton, UT-Austin
3:00-3:30 BREAK
SESSION 3: Specialized Discourses
3:30-4:00 "Leaders," "farmers" and "ordinary Americans": A critical
 discourse analysis of Democratic and Republican speeches
 to the American public
 Keller S. Mageneau and Gabriella Modan, Georgetown University
4:00-4:30 Poetic intonation in English
 G. Burns Cooper, University of Alaska-Fairbanks
4:30-5:00 Locus, links and learnability of the psychotherapy
 register
 Kathleen Ferrara, Texas A&M University

Saturday, April 8
8:30-9:00 COFFEE
9:00-10:00 KEYNOTE ADDRESS: Keith Walters, UT-Austin
10:00-10:15 BREAK
SESSION 1: Emerging Speech Communities
10:15-10:45 The poetics of Kuna radio broadcasts
 Marta Lucia de Gerdes, UT-Austin
10:45-11:15 Laissez le francais cadjin rouler
 Sylvie DuBois, William Gautreaux, and Cathy Bailey,
 Louisiana State University
11:15-11:45 The use of prepositions, articles and simplification in
 contact varieties of German
 Claudia Kurz, Ohio State University
11:45-1:00 LUNCH

SESSION 2: Code Choice: Identity and Interaction
1:00-1:30 "Espero que me disculpen": ethnic and gender norms in
 language choice
 Jonathan Loftin, UT-Austin
1:30-2:00 Affiliation & codeswitching among Latina gang girls
 Norma Mendoza-Denton, Stanford University
2:00-2:30 You can say you to me: German translations of second
 person pronouns in American films
 Robin Queen, UT-Austin
2:30-3:00 When a homeless woman makes a burglary report: Ideologies
 of public and private language in sociolinguistics
 Bonnie McElhinny, Washington University
3:00-3:15 BREAK
SESSION 3: Sound and Social Meaning
3:15-3:45 The validity and reliability of phonetic transcriptions
 for sociolinguistics and dialectology
 Lisa Ann Lane, Jeannette Denton, and Daniel Susslak,
 University of Chicago
3:45-4:15 Sound symbolism as an explanation for sex-based variation
 in language
 Matthew Gordon, University of Michigan
4:15-4:45 An emerging alternative to Spanish vowel linking
 Felice Coles, University of Mississippi
4:45-5:15 Reduplication in four languages: where formal grammar and
 speech play/verbal art meet
 Joel Sherzer, UT-Austin
8:00 PARTY

Sunday, April 9
8:30-9:00 COFFEE
9:00-10:00 KEYNOTE ADDRESS: Michael Silverstein, University of
 Chicago
10:00-10:15 BREAK
SESSION 1: Language Ideology and Power
10:15-10:45 Standard and vernacular persuasive discourse in conflict
 John Taggart Clark, Georgetown University
10:45-11:15 Writing Mazateco: linguistic standardization and social
 power
 Michael R. Duke, UT-Austin
11:15-11:45 "That terrible Saxon dialect": standard language ideology
 in post-unification Germany
 Jennifer Dailey-O'Cain, University of Michigan
11:45-12:15 Language ideology & language stereotypes in Disney
 animated films
 Rosina Lippi-Green, University of Michigan
12:15-1:00 CLOSING REMARKS AND DISCUSSION
 Jacob Mey, Northwestern University
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