LINGUIST List 6.402

Mon 20 Mar 1995

Calls: Dialogue in fiction, Folktales

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  1. Debbie Rossen-Knill, last call for papers: Dialogue in Fiction
  2. Sophana Srichampa - LC, Workshop and Seminar: Folktales

Message 1: last call for papers: Dialogue in Fiction

Date: Mon, 13 Mar 1995 12:56:21 last call for papers: Dialogue in Fiction
From: Debbie Rossen-Knill <drossenlinc.cis.upenn.edu>
Subject: last call for papers: Dialogue in Fiction


 LAST CALL FOR PAPERS

Linguistics Session--Midwest Modern Language Association,
St. Louis, Missouri, November 2-4, 1995

Topic: Dialogue in Fiction--Applications of theories/approaches from
linguistic and cognitive sciences to dialogue in fiction. Papers may
explain how dialogue in fiction works (with or without comparison to real
conversation); revise existing theories of language use, and perhaps offer
new ones, based on analysis of dialogue in fiction; or interpret texts through
dialogue.

Please send abstracts or papers to: Deborah F. Rossen-Knill, Institute for
Research in Cognitive Science, 3401 Walnut Street, Suite 4C, Philadelphia, PA
19104-6228.

Deadline: March 27, 1995

Questions? Contact Deborah F. Rossen-Knill: drossenlinc.cis.upenn.edu.
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Message 2: Workshop and Seminar: Folktales

Date: Tue, 14 Mar 1995 09:06:29 Workshop and Seminar: Folktales
From: Sophana Srichampa - LC <lcsscmahidol.ac.th>
Subject: Workshop and Seminar: Folktales


 *****ANNOUNCEMENT******

 The Institute of Language and Culture for Rural Development,
Mahidol University at Salaya will host the "Workshop and Seminar on the
Collection and Analysis of Folktales for Motif Indexing" from April
24-27, 1995.

 This workshop and seminar is the first step in developing a
program for the study of folktales in Thailand according to international
methodology and standards. This international seminar will provide a
forum for those interested in networking with other academics interested
in the collection and analysis of folktales.

 Those interested should contact the Institute:

Fax: (662) 441-9517
Telephone: (02) 441-9327
Address: Institute of Language and Culture for Rural Development
 Mahidol University at Salaya
 Nakorn Pathom, 73170
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