WG: The Sociolinguistics of Globalization Conference 2015 Hong Kong University - Call for papers

Dominique de Voghel devoghel at uaem.mx
Sun Oct 5 23:45:41 UTC 2014


estimado Rainer Enrique,

estoy totalmente de acuerdo contigo: el inglés es la lengua imperialista 
por excelencia. Yo soy belga francófono e hipanohablante por adopción; y 
me defiendo en inglés por cuestiones académicas. Trabajo en la UAEM 
(Morelos) y tengo el doctorado en lingüística de nuestra querida UNAM 
(2008)  con la tesis /La construcción de la figuras del Otro en la obra 
de Hergé/, dirigida por Teresa Carbó y con Dieter Rall y Carmen Curcó 
como co-tutores, y Maricela Colín y Roland Terborg como lectores.

Estoy al tanto de la lucha de las lenguas de la UE en contra de dominio 
del inglés; pero en Bruselas, hay demasiados anuncios y nombre de 
comercios en inglés. Para descargo, podría pensar de que es una suerte 
de lengua vehicular entre el francés y el flamenco.

un saludo

Dominique de Voghel
El 04/10/2014 a las #4, Rainer Enrique Hamel escribió:
> Ex Ordo
>
> Thanks for sending this invitation around.
>
> I must say that I am impressed that all five plenary speakers are, as 
> far as I can see, native speakers of English, all of them teach in 
> English, and all of them publish in English Only, with a few 
> translation to Spanish and Catalan by Kathryn. There is no 
> representative of any other super-central language area (Chinese, 
> Spanish, French, ….), least from minority languages. And it is, 
> presumably, an English Only conference. Is that what globalisation is 
> all about?
>
> Best,
>
> RE
>
> Rainer Enrique Hamel
>
> Universidad Autónoma Metropolitana
>
> Departamento de Antropología
>
> México, D. F.
>
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> *Wodak, Ruth
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> *Asunto:* [Critics-l] WG: The Sociolinguistics of Globalization 
> Conference 2015 Hong Kong University - Call for papers
>
> *Von:*SLXG 2015 [mailto:notifications at ExOrdo.com]
> *Gesendet:* Samstag, 20. September 2014 08:26
> *An:* Wodak, Ruth
> *Betreff:* The Sociolinguistics of Globalization Conference 2015 Hong 
> Kong University - Call for papers
>
> *2015, *3-6 June
>
> The Sociolinguistics of Globalization: (De)centring and 
> (de)standardization
>
> http://www.english.hku.hk/events/slxg2015/
>
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>
> *Call for papers
> Abstract submission due soon: September 30, 2014*
>
> Against the backdrop of one of the most diverse and international 
> cities in the world, we invite language and communication scholars to 
> take part in an on-going debate of sociolinguistic change under 
> globalization. We are asking two fundamental and interrelated 
> questions: How are we to continue theorizing language and 
> communication under globalization? How can sociolinguistic theory shed 
> new light on our understanding of globalization?
>
> The topics of the papers, special interest panels and plenary lectures 
> include, but are not limited to, the following key themes:
>
> · communities, networks, groups and individuals
>
> · organizations, institutions, collectives
>
> · time and place
>
> · hubs, margins and peripheries
>
> · nodes and trajectories
>
> · work and leisure
>
> · war and peace
>
> · heart and mind
>
> · love and hate
>
> · thinking beyond the binaries
>
> · the commodification of social life
>
> · crisis? what crisis?
>
> · occupy and activism
>
> · resources
>
> · superdiversity, class, privilege
>
> · creativity, reproduction, appropriation
>
> · legitimacy, censorship, contestation and (self-) reflexivity
>
> · mobilities, cultures of (im)mobility and displacement
>
> · singularity and normativity
>
> · mediations and mediatizations
>
> · embodied and multisensory communication
>
> · affect, pleasure, sensuality
>
> · technologies, environments, futures
>
> · art and performance
>
> · rituals and spectacles
>
> *Plenary Speakers*
>
> NIKOLAS COUPLAND
>
> University of Technology, Sydney and Copenhagen University
>
> CHRISTOPHER HUTTON
>
> University of Hong Kong
>
> MICHELLE LAZAR
>
> National University of Singapore
>
> CHRISTOPHER STROUD
>
> University of the Western Cape
>
> KATHRYN WOOLARD
>
> University of California, San Diego
>
> */Invited Panels/*
>
> *Dialects and Globalization*
> Organizers: Peter Auer and Barbara Johnstone
> University of Freiburg and Carnegie Mellon University, Pittsburgh
>
> *Online News*
> Organizers: Allan Bell, Alwin Aguirre and Philippa Smith
> Auckland University of Technology and University of Hong Kong
>
> *Complex Sociolinguistics*
> Organizer: Jan Blommaert
> Tilburg University
>
> *Language Change in London and Paris*
> Organizers: Penelope Gardner-Chloros, Jenny Cheshire and Maria Secova
> Birkbeck University of London, Queen Mary University of London and 
> Birkbeck University of London
>
> *The Local and/or The Global: The Discursive Construction of Imaginaries*
> Organizers: Michał Krzyżanowski and David Machin
> Örebro University
>
> *Crisis? What Crisis?*
> Organizers: Nuria Lorenzo-Dus and Philippa Smith
> Swansea University and Auckland University of Technology
>
> *Illusions and Delusions of the Centre*
> Organizer: Tope Omoniyi
> University of Roehampton London
>
> *Mainstreaming Periphery in Sociolinguistics*
> Organizers: Sari Pietikäinen and Helen Kelly-Holmes
> University of Jyväskylä and University of Limerick
>
> *Engaging the World of Language Work/ers*
> Organizer: Crispin Thurlow
> University of Bern
>
> */Invited Round Table Meeting/*
>
> *Englishes in Multilingual Asia*
> Conveners: Katherine Chen and Lisa Lim
> University of Hong Kong
>
> *We invite abstract submissions for the following types of contributions*:
>
> INDIVIDUAL PAPERS and PANELS (to consist of 4–8 individual papers).
>
> /Panel organisers are responsible for the invitation, abstract 
> selection, and the overall quality of the abstracts. /
>
> /Organizers are welcome to post an open call for abstracts for your 
> panel on the conference website  to connect with potential 
> authors.///Please send us an email <//*slxg2015 at hku.hk* 
> <mailto:slxg2015 at hku.hk>/> with relevant information (panel title, a 
> brief description, and your email for potential authors to contact you 
> directly). /
>
> *Submission of abstracts*
>
> All submissions have to be made via our online submission tool: 
> *http://www.english.hku.hk/events/slxg2015*
>
> Deadline for abstract submission is 30 September 2014
>
> *Evaluation of proposals*
>
> Abstracts and proposals for individual papers and thematic panels will 
> be evaluated by the Conference Scientific Committee and the Organizing 
> Committee in terms of their quality of content, significance, and 
> thematic relevance.
>
> *Conference presentation policy*
>
> Individuals may submit only one abstract as the sole/first author of a 
> paper. In addition, an individual may have a role as a panel 
> organizer, discussant, or co-author/co-presenter of other papers with 
> another presenter as the first-named author.
>
> All attending/presenting authors of papers in parallel or panel 
> sessions, panel organizers, and attending participants must register 
> for the conference.
>
> *Timescale*
>
> Submission of abstracts opens: 1 July 2014
>
> Submission of abstracts closes: 30 September 2014
>
> Notification of acceptance: January 2015
>
> Registration opens: January 2015
>
> Conference takes place: 3–6 June 2015
>
> *Organizing Committee*
>
> The Conference is organized by The School of English, The University 
> of Hong Kong <www.english.hku.hk <http://www.english.hku.hk>>
>
> Katherine Chen
>
> Adam Jaworski (Chair)
>
> Lisa Lim
>
> Adrian Pablé
>
> ‘The Sociolinguistics of Globalization 2015’
>
> School of English
>
> The University of Hong Kong
>
> Pokfulam Road
>
> Hong Kong
>
> email:     <slxg2015 at hku.hk <mailto:slxg2015 at hku.hk>>
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