Fwd: Second Call for Papers for the 7th Conference on Language, Interaction, and Culture

Sonja L. Lanehart lanehart at ARCHES.UGA.EDU
Tue Jan 16 19:23:36 UTC 2001


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>Subject: Second Call for Papers for the 7th Conference on Language,
>Interaction, and Culture
>Date: Mon, 15 Jan 2001 08:09:37 -0800
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>Hello,
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>     I would appreciate your posting of the call for papers below on
>any lists that may be relevant to the study of language,
>interaction, and culture?
>LD Linton
>
>Seventh Annual Conference on Language, Interaction, and Culture
>
>SECOND Call for Papers
>
>(PLEASE NOTE EXTENSION OF SUBMISSION DEADLINE TO FEB. 1, 2001!)
>
>
>
>Date: April 12-14, 2001
>
>Location:  University of California, Santa Barbara
>
>Plenary Speaker: Michael Lynch, Cornell University
>
>Website:  http://orgs.sa.ucsb.edu/liso
>
>
>
>The annual conference promotes interdisciplinary research and
>discussion in the analysis of naturally occurring human interaction.
>Submissions from national, international, and University of
>California scholars are encouraged.  Research papers should address
>topics in the study of language, interaction, and culture, and
>should consist of naturally occurring data.  Potential methods
>include, but are not limited to, conversation analysis, discourse
>analysis, ethnographic methods, ethnomethodology, interactional
>linguistics, and interactional sociolinguistics.
>
>The Conference on Language, Interaction, and Culture is jointly
>organized and sponsored by the Language, Interaction, and Social
>Organization (LISO) group and the Center for Language, Interaction,
>and Culture (CLIC).  LISO is an interdisciplinary faculty and
>graduate student organization located on the campus of the
>University of California, Santa Barbara.  CLIC is a center comprised
>of interdisciplinary faculty and graduate students located on the
>campus of the University of California, Los Angeles.  LISO and CLIC
>are composed of researchers from the departments of Anthropology,
>Applied Linguistics, Education, English, Linguistics, Psychology,
>and Sociology.
>
>
>
>Submission Guidelines
>
>Presentations will be 20 minutes in length followed by a 10-minute
>discussion period.  Submissions from graduate students and junior
>faculty are especially encouraged.
>
>
>
>Submission of abstracts must be in hard copy and should contain:
>
>
>
>1)      A hard copy detachable title page that includes:
>
>a)      the title of the paper
>
>b)      the author's name, affiliation, postal address, e-mail, and
>phone number
>
>c)      a list of equipment needed for the presentation (subject to
>availability)
>
>
>
>2)      THREE HARD COPIES of a 500-1,000 word maximum extended
>abstract of the paper that includes:
>
>a)      the title of the paper and description of the project
>
>b)      a brief description of methodology
>
>c)      a description of the data
>
>
>
>3)      An email sent to
><mailto:lisograd at alishaw.sscf.ucsb.edu>lisograd at alishaw.sscf.ucsb.edu
>with "Submission" in the subject line and Title Page and Extended
>Abstract attached in a Rich Text Format (.rtf) formatted document.
>Electronic submissions will not be considered unless accompanied by
>hard copies.
>
>  No information identifying the author may appear in the abstract.
>
>
>
>Three (hard) copies of submitted abstracts and the electronic
>submission must be received no later than FEBRUARY 1, 2001.
>Submissions not received in triplicate or by the FEBRUARY 1, 2001
>deadline will not be considered.
>
>
>Papers selected from conference presentations, with the permission
>of the author, will be published in the volume of conference
>proceedings.
>
>
>Further inquiries can be addressed via e-mail to:
><mailto:lisograd at alishaw.ucsb.edu>lisograd at alishaw.sscf.ucsb.edu
>
>All submissions should be mailed to:
>
>
>LISO Graduate Student Association
>Department of Sociology
>Ellison Hall, Room 2834
>University of California, Santa Barbara
>Santa Barbara, CA 93106-9430
>
>
>
>
><mailto:cjkoenig at mail.utexas.edu>


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