LINGUIST List 25.4319

Thu Oct 30 2014

Calls: Discourse Analysis/Poland

Editor for this issue: Anna White <awhitelinguistlist.org>


Date: 29-Oct-2014
From: Lucja Biel <l.bieluw.edu.pl>
Subject: Talking ‘Discourse’ in European Linguistics: Past, Present and Future
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Full Title: Talking ‘Discourse’ in European Linguistics: Past, Present and Future
Short Title: GLOBE 2015

Date: 14-May-2015 - 16-May-2015
Location: Warsaw, Poland
Contact Person: Lucja Biel
Meeting Email: < click here to access email >
Web Site: http://globe.ils.uw.edu.pl

Linguistic Field(s): Discourse Analysis

Call Deadline: 31-Jan-2015

Meeting Description:

Plenary speakers who have already confirmed their participation:

Prof. Teun van Dijk (Pompeu Fabra University, Barcelona, Spain)
Prof. Britt-Louise Gunnarsson (Uppsala University, Sweden)
Prof. Istvan Kecskes (University at Albany, State University of New York, USA)
Prof. Andrej Kibrik (Lomonosov Moscow State University, Russia)
Prof. Irina Oukhvanova (Belarusian State University, Minsk)
Prof. Werner Schneider (University of Augsburg, Germany)
Prof. Danuta Ulicka (University of Warsaw, Poland)
Prof. Ruth Wodak (Lancaster University, England)

The languages of the conference will be English and German. Plenary lectures will be given in English.

Registration and Fee:

Early registration fee: PLN 500 / EUR 125 (February-March 2015)
Standard registration fee: PLN 600 / EUR 150 (April-May 2015)

The conference fee includes costs of conference materials, coffee breaks, the conference
reception for all GlobE 2015 participants and publication of postconference proceedings.

More details will be available shortly at http://globe.ils.uw.edu.pl
The conference email address is globe.ilsuw.edu.pl

Organizing Committee:

Prof. Anna Duszak
Dr. Łucja Biel
Dr. Karolina Broś
Dr. Grzegorz Kowalski
Dr. Łukasz Kumięga

Call for Papers:

The organizers of this conference invite scholars working in various realms of discourse research, ranging from textology and linguistics of discourse, through discourse analysis to (interdisciplinary) critical discourse studies. Our key purpose is to explore the various ways of doing discourse analysis, historically and presently.

The main topics include:

- Historical traditions and evolutionary tendencies in (situated) discourse research in Europe; national, linguistic, regional, institutional and sub-disciplinary variation
- Current models of and orientations to ‘doing discourse’: foci, emphases, biases
- The future of discourse research and discourse education in Europe in view of: fragmentation and specialization of discourse studies; rising interdisciplinarity of scholarship; globalization and English as lingua franca; market ideologies in research/education
- Discourse analysis, critical discourse studies and social critique in addressing key European issues today

Papers will be allocated 20 minutes plus 10 minutes for questions. Abstracts of no more than 300 words including references should be sent as MS Word attachment to globe.ilsuw.edu.pl by 31 January 2015. Please include in the body of the email but not in the abstract itself your name, affiliation and email address. Notifications of acceptance will be communicated by 28 February 2015.



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