CFP:LIBFFD IN CHINA
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Thu Jan 28 23:30:29 UTC 2010
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I just thought the following CFP might be of interest to some of you.
Francisco Gonzálvez García
CALL FOR PAPERS FOR LIBFFD IN CHINA
Languages and International Business:
First Forum across Disciplines (LIBFFD)
In order to encourage the cross-discipline research between language
and business, Languages and International Business: First Forum across
Disciplines will be held at University of International Business and
Economics (UIBE) in Beijing, from 20-21 March 2010.
F. Ruiz de Mendoza---University of La Rioja
Ricardo Mairal----- National Distance University
LuJianming------- - Peking University
XuShenghuan----- -Henan University
WangLifei------------University of International Business and
Zhanghanlin-------- University of International Business and
Zhangli---------------Beijing Language and Culture University
WangYonggui-------University of International Business and Economics
Caodafeng-----------Beijing Foreign Studies University
The theme of the conference is international business research from a
multi-linguistic perspective, focusing on business language research
and including business language theory, business advertisement
research, business negotiation research, and business language from a
number of (potentially relatable) perspectives: cognitive, functional,
social, corpus-based, comparative, applied, cultural, pedagogical,
pragmatic, discursive, etc. The theme of this forum is intended to be
broad and inclusive. It may involve views from theoretical approaches
within Construction Grammar(s), Cognitive Grammar, Cognitive
Semantics, and Functional Linguistics.
SUBMISSION OF ABSTRACTS
Proposals for paper presentations, workshops and colloquia should be
sent in abstract form to LanguageBusiness at 126.com by March 5th, 2010.
Abstracts should be around 400 words and include the following information:
- Type of Presentation: Paper, colloquium, workshop.
- Title of Paper
- Presenters: Names of presenters and institutional affiliation and
address, including email address
- Presentation Aim: Succinct statement of the aim of the contribution
- Presentation Background: Relationship to previous and current work
with key references.
- Presentation Body: Description of the main part of the presentation
- References: List of references cited in the abstract
- Key terms: Key terms identifying the field(s) of presentation
(Conference Fee：600 Yuan for each participant with food and
drink without hotel and transport)
LOCATION OF UNIVERSITY OF INTERNATIONAL BUSINESS AND ECONOMICS
No. 10 Huixin Dongjie
Check-in Place: Yinhua Hotel (Tel: 010-64934455)
Conference fee: ¥600 (¥300-Registered students), meals and drink are included.
Language Research Center
University of International Business and Economics
E-mail：LanguageBusiness at 126.com
Xianglan Chen (UIBC): 010-62522328, 13811127336;
Jun Wu (UIBC): 13910066881;
Xingquan Tang (UIBC): 13681196838;
E-mail: LanguageBusiness at 126.com.
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