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Message 1: International Gender and Language Association

Date: Fri, 30 Apr 2004 11:06:26 -0400 (EDT)
From: igala3 <igala3cornell.edu>
Subject: International Gender and Language Association


International Gender and Language Association 
Short Title: IGALA 3 

Date: 05-Jun-2004 - 07-Jun-2004
Location: Ithaca, New York, United States of America
Contact: Sally McConnell-Ginet
Contact Email: igala3cornell.edu 
Meeting URL: http://ling.cornell.edu/igala3/ 

Linguistic Sub-field: Discourse Analysis, Sociolinguistics

Meeting Description:

The third biennial conference of the International Gender and Language
Association will be held 5-7 June, 2004 at Cornell University, Ithaca,
New York, USA.

The program for IGALA3, the third biennial conference of the
International Gender and Language Association being held at Cornell
University 5-7 June, has just been posted at
http:/ling.cornell.edu/igala3. In addition to plenary addresses from
Deborah Cameron, Norma Mendoza-Denton, and Niko Besnier, there is a
plenary panel, ''Studying Language and Gender: International
Perspectives,'' that is moderated by Keith Walters (US) and includes
talks from Ana Mar´┐Ża Martirena (Argentina), Momoko Nakamura (Japan),
Binh Nguyen (Vietnam), and Fatima Sadiqi (Morocco). And there are 40
oral presentations (presented in two parallel sessions) and 50
poster-based presentations that were accepted on the basis of refereed
abstracts. Topics cover a wide range of issues in the general area of
language, gender, and sexuality studies, and presenters come not only
from the US and Canada and other English-speaking countries (the UK,
Australia, New Zealand) but also from many other places (the list
includes at least Spain, France, The Netherlands, Belgium, Estonia,
Russia, Cameroon, Lebanon, South Africa, Brazil,
Malaysia). Presentations begin at 9:30 on Saturday, 5 June, and
conclude at 12:55 on Monday, 7 June. Post-conference workshops will
be held 7 June, 2:15-5:15 pm. The workshop on teaching language and
gender is facilitated by Janet Holmes and Marisol del Teso Craviotto,
that on research ethics is facilitated by Penelope Eckert and Tanya
Matthews, and that on phonetic research is facilitated by Lisa Lavoie
and Rob Podesva. Full descriptions of the workshops will be posted
online very soon, and we have already begun registering people who
have expressed interest in them.
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