[Ethnocomm] CALL FOR PAPERS - CLASP V - EXTENDED TO JUNE 15

Marti White mawh4899 at colorado.edu
Thu May 25 18:20:20 EDT 2017


CALL FOR PAPERS - CLASP V - EXTENDED TO JUNE 15

 

Culture, Language, and Social Practice (CLASP) V Conference 

September 15-17, 2017 

Boulder, CO 

 

CLASP V - Call for Papers 

 

The deadline for abstract submissions to the CLASP V conference has been
extended to June 15th, 2017. 

 

CLASP V is the fifth multidisciplinary conference run by graduate students
that promotes the broad connections between culture, language, and society
grounded in empirical research. We hope to once again bring together an
array of national and international scholars from diverse countries and
sub-disciplines for the CLASP V conference this year in Boulder, CO.

 

The conference is open to students and faculty who are interested in
language, social practice, and interdisciplinary study. Abstracts for papers
covering topics in various areas of sociocultural linguistics are invited
and are due by June 15th, 2017. Examples of possible frameworks or analytic
traditions may include, but are not limited to:

 

Sociolinguistics

 

Linguistic anthropology

 

Narrative studies

 

Critical discourse analysis

 

Conversation analysis

 

Language and identity

 

Discourse pragmatics

 

Computer-mediated discourse

 

Ethnography of speaking

 

Language and literacy

 

Verbal art and performance

 

Bilingualism and code-switching

 

Second language acquisition

 

Language and globalization

 

Intercultural communication

 

Language socialization

 

Interactional linguistics

 

Conference Details:

 

The conference will take place on September 15-17, 2017 at the University of
Colorado Boulder. Our confirmed speakers are:

 

Dwanna Robertson (Race, Ethnicity and Migration Studies, Colorado College)

 

Jonathan Rosa (Education, Stanford University)

 

Natasha Shrikant (Communication, University of Colorado-Boulder)

 

Jack Sidnell (Anthropology, University of Toronto)

 

Submission Guidelines:

 

Please email an abstract of up to 500 words to clasp.abstracts at gmail.com
<mailto:clasp.abstracts at gmail.com>  by June 2nd, 2017. The conference will
include a paper competition for graduate students (see details below). The
abstract should be attached in Microsoft Word (.doc) or PDF format and
should contain NO information identifying the author(s) of the paper.
Abstracts are evaluated on an anonymous basis. In the body of the email,
please include the following information:

 

-Name(s) of author(s)

 

- University or other affiliation(s) of the author(s)

 

- Email address(es) of the author(s)

 

-Title of proposed paper

 

- 3-5 keywords describing the paper

 

- Presentation equipment requirements

 

- Any additional comments

 

Best Graduate Student Paper in Culture, Language, and Social Practice:

 

The winner of this competition will have their name mentioned in the
official conference program and will be offered a student plenary spot at
the conference. This student plenary will be approximately 45 minutes and
will provide an opportunity for the winner to share their research in more
depth than a typical presentation slot. Note however that the plenary spot
is a potential honor and depends on the quality of submissions received.

 

To be considered in the competition for the student plenary, authors
(graduate students only) should submit a paper of up to 8,000 words plus
references. Your submission email should indicate whether you would like to
be considered for a regular conference presentation if you do not win the
plenary spot.

 

Please email your (up to) 8,000 word-paper to clasp.abstracts at gmail.com
<mailto:clasp.abstracts at gmail.com>  by June 15th, 2017. The paper should be
attached in Microsoft Word (.doc) or PDF format and should contain NO
information identifying the author(s) of the paper.

 

For more information, please check out our website,
http://www.colorado.edu/clasp/conference-cfp.html

 

 

Marti S. White

Graduate Student and Teaching Assistant

Department of Communication

University of Colorado Boulder

 

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