Fwd: CLASP III Call For Papers

David Boromisza-Habashi dbh at COLORADO.EDU
Thu Mar 31 19:55:12 UTC 2011

CLASP III - Call For Papers

The program in Culture, Language and Social Practice at the University
of Colorado at Boulder is pleased to invite abstract and panel
proposals for its 3rd biannual CLASP Conference, October 7-9. Both
paper and panel submissions should address the relationship of
language to culture and society; examples of possible frameworks or
analytic traditions may include, but are not limited to:

   sociolinguistics                             linguistic anthropology
   conversation analysis                   critical discourse analysis
   bilingualism & codeswitching       language socialization
   narrative studies                          verbal art & performance
   language & literacy                      language globalization

Panel Submissions
Panel proposals should be organized as mini calls for papers in their
own right, suggesting a cohesive topical or methodological theme for
potential submissions. Proposals will be posted to the conference
website as they are received in order to help coordinate paper
submissions around a particular topic.

Organizing a full panel is not necessary for submitting a panel
proposal, as other presenters are likely to submit a paper abstract
for a particular panel independently after seeing it posted here. For
those interested in organizing full panels on their own, please note
that panels will be limited to a total of four papers.

Submission Instructions
Panel proposals of up to 250 words should be submitted by April 30 to
the email address below, and will be posted to the conference website
upon reception. Abstracts of 500 words for 20-minute papers may be
submitted for an individual panel or independently, and should be
submitted before May 7.

Paper submissions should be sent as attachments (DOC or PDF) via email
to clasp.conference AT gmail.com, and should only contain the title
and abstract for the paper. The body of the email should contain the

Author Name(s)
Paper Title
Proposed panel (if any)

More info on the CLASP Conference will be available shortly at

David Boromisza-Habashi, Ph.D.
Assistant Professor
Department of Communication
University of Colorado, 270 UCB
Boulder, CO 80309-0270, USA
Web: http://comm.colorado.edu/people.php?id=103


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