LINGUIST List 8.432

Sat Mar 29 1997

Confs: SALSA Schedule

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Message 1: SALSA SCHEDULE

Date: Mon, 24 Mar 1997 10:44:07 -0600 (CST)
From: salsa <salsaccwf.cc.utexas.edu>
Subject: SALSA SCHEDULE


Hope to see you at SALSA V

- -------- Forwarded message ----------


FRIDAY, APRIL 11 (HRC 4.252)

8:30-9:00a.m	REGISTRATION AND COFFEE

9:00-9:15	OPENING STATEMENT

9:15-10:15	KEYNOTE ADDRESS
		Narrating Lives in the Balance
		Elinor Ochs, University of California, Los Angeles

10:15-10:30	BREAK


SESSION I: LANGUAGE IDEOLOGIES AND IDENTITY

10:30-11:00	Ideology and Practice in Japanese Honorific Use
		Cynthia Dickel Dunn, University of Texas, Austin

11:00-11:30	Exposing the ideology governing linguistic prescription in
		modern Israeli Hebrew
		Andrea Jacobs, University of Texas, Austin

11:30-12:00	Strategically splitting the self: constructions of
		responsibility in talk about immigration
		Chantal Tetreault, University of Texas, Austin

12:00-1:15	LUNCH


SESSION II: LANGUAGE AND IDENTITY IN EARLY CHILDHOOD

1:15-1:45p.m.	An Investigation of Linguistic Diversity in Comanche
		Pre-school Children
		Joan Klecan-Aker, Miller Speech and Hearing Clinic, TCU
		and Pamela Innes, University of Oklahoma, Norman

1:45-2:15	Early Bilingual Language Acquisition: A sociolinguistic
		perspective
		Suzanne Baum, Northeastern Illinois University

2:15-2:45	Co-Constructing Gender and Status in the Talk of
		White-Middle Class Second Graders		
		Jennifer Rothblatt, Stanford University

2:45-3:00	BREAK


SESSION III: FORM AND FUNCTION IN VERBAL INTERACTION

3:00-3:30	"It Hurts Only When I Laugh:" A Study of the Functions of
		Laughter in Everyday Conversation
		Mary Ann McDonell, Miami University, Ohio

3:30-4:00	The Discursive Functions of Rhetorical Questions in
		American Talk Shows
		Cornelia Ilie, UMEA University, Sweden & UC, Berkeley

4:00-4:30	ANO(O) is more than "um": Interactional functions of
		ANO(O) in Japanese conversation
		Keiko Emmett, University of Minnesota, Minneapolis

4:30-5:00	The multifunctionality of HL*H intonation contours in
		televised ice-hockey commentary
		Jeff Deby, Georgetown University

5:15		HAPPY HOUR


SATURDAY, 12 APRIL (VENUE: RLM 4.102)

9:00-10:00a.m	KEYNOTE ADDRESS
		"Exchanging Lies: Divining Intention in Market Place
		Language"
		Deborah Kapchan, University of Texas, Austin

10:00-10:15	BREAK


SESSION I: GENDER, POSITION AND PLACE IN INTERACTION

10:15-10:45	"Caught me a big 'un": Fish Tales and Southern Male
		Discourse
		Heidi Altman, University of California, Davis

10:45-11:15	Less is More: An Analysis of Conversational Power
		Adrianne Cheek, University of Texas, Austin

11:15-11:45	Defamiliarizing Japanese women's language: discourse,
		positionality, and the critique of linguistic ideology 	
		Miyako Inoue, Stanford University

11:45-12:15	Conversational Repair in the Co-Construction of Gendered
		Discourse: Donahue and the Creation of a Feminized
		Discursive Space
		Jennifer Grocer, University of Texas, Austin

12:15-1:30	LUNCH


SESSION II: DISCURSIVE CONSTRUCTIONS OF REALITY

1:30-2:00p.m	The Burning Old Woman: Zoque Explanations of the Eruption
		of Volcan Chichonal
		Daniel Suslak, University of Chicago

2:00-2:30	Metapragmatic Frames and Spatial Orientation in an
		Indo-Guyanese Village: A Developmental Perspective
		Jack Sidnell, University of Toronto

2:30-3:00	Where do 'cultural concepts' come from? An 'analogical'
		homage to Benjamin Lee Whorf (1897-1941)
		Michael Silverstein, University of Chicago	

3:00-3:30	We Are Just Like Doctors, We Heal Sick Hair: Professional
		and Cultural Discourses of Hair and Identity in a Black
		Hair Care Seminar
		Lanita Jacobs-Huey, University of California, Los Angeles

3:30-3:45	BREAK


SESSION III: POETIC GENRES IN TEXT AND SPEECH

3:45-4:15	Poetic Structuring of Chatino Narratives: The Pear Story
		Revisited
		Troi Carleton, San Fransisco State University,San Fransisco

4:15-4:45	On Lamenting Death and the Death (?) of Lament
		Jim Wilce, Northern Arizona University, Flagstaff

4:45-5:15	Reading, Writing and Romance: Literacy, Love Letters, and
		Agency in a Nepali Village
		Laura M. Hearn, University of South Carolina

7p.m.		SALSA PARTY



SUNDAY, APRIL 13 (VENUE: RLM 4.102)

9:00-10:00a.m.	KEYNOTE ADDRESS
		Gender, social class and supra-local norms: dialect
		levelling as language change
		Leslie Milroy, University of Newcastle-Tyne

10:00-10:15	BREAK


SESSION I: LANGUAGE CHANGE AND ADAPTATION

10:15-10:45	Early Adopters of Language Change in Small Towns
		Matthew Gordon, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor

10:45-11:15	Retention of Norms For Language Use in an Indigenous
		Community Undergoing Language Shift: A Look at
		Interaction in a Navajo Preschool
		Margaret Field, University of California, Santa Barbara

11:15-11:45	The performance of specialized literacy in a Salish
		Language 	
		Paul Kroeber, Indiana University, Bloomington

11:45		CLOSING REMARKS
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