LINGUIST List 30.1595
Thu Apr 11 2019
Calls: Anthropological Linguistics, Discourse Analysis, Sociolinguistics/Australia
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Workshop on Research into Discourse Across Lifespan E-mail this message to a friend
Full Title: Workshop on Research into Discourse Across Lifespan
Date: 22-Jul-2019 - 23-Jul-2019
Location: Melbourne, Australia
Contact Person: Claire Maree
Meeting Email: < click here to access email >
Linguistic Field(s): Anthropological Linguistics; Discourse Analysis; Sociolinguistics
Call Deadline: 01-May-2019
Workshop: 30 Years of Talk: Research into Discourse Across Lifespan
Date: Tuesday 23 July 2019, 10:00-17:00 (Following public lectures by Prof Penelope Eckert & Prof James Walker on Monday 22 July)
Venue: The University of Melbourne, Parkville Campus Victoria, Australia
Researchers and research students are invited to join the workshop on longitudinal studies of individuals’ discourse. In this workshop, six researchers from the collaborative 30 Years of Talk project (ARCDP170102598) will present and discuss their work-in-progress, joined by two eminent sociolinguists in the field of language variation and change as discussants.
This workshop follows public lectures on the afternoon of Monday 22 July 2019, where the two invited speakers will speak on language and identity across lifespan(s). The 30 Years of Talk project team will also give a short presentation on their project. This will provide a unique opportunity for researchers to engage with an as yet underexplored aspect of sociolinguistics — shifts and changes in language at the discourse level over lifespans. The lectures and workshop will also be of interest to those who are working in the field of Japanese linguistics.
30 Years of Talk Project Team: Professor Kaori Okano (La Trobe University); Dr Shimako Iwasaki (Monash University); Dr Claire Maree (University of Melbourne); Dr Ikuko Nakane (University of Melbourne); Associate Professor Chie Takagi (Osaka University); Dr Lidia Tanaka (La Trobe University)
Professor Penelope Eckert (Stanford University)
Professor James Walker (La Trobe University)
Call for Papers:
How to Participate: Up to 10 places are available to researchers working in the following fields: language variation and change, language and identity, discourse analysis and pragmatics, Japanese language and identity, language and gender. Participants in the closed workshop will give a 10-minute talk/presentation on their work. To reserve a place in the closed workshop, please contact Dr Claire Maree cmaree
unimelb.edu.au with: current affiliation; a brief bio; a list of your relevant research projects/interests; a description of how your research fits with the aims of the workshop; a 200-250 word abstract for your presentation
There is no registration fee, and lunch is provided. Unfortunately, no funding support is available. Visa applications are the responsibility of the applicant.
Application closes on 1 May 2019.
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