14.621, FYI: PhD Pragmatics Sweeden, Spanish Seminar

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Subject: 14.621, FYI: PhD Pragmatics Sweeden, Spanish Seminar

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Date:  Sun, 02 Mar 2003 11:57:31 +0000
From:  Cornelia Ilie <cornelia.ilie at hum.oru.se>
Subject:  PhD course in pragmatics Ãrebro University, Sweden

2)
Date:  Mon, 3 Mar 2003 19:38:45 +0100
From:  Maïdo Mallol <expresion-internac at sistelcom.com>
Subject:  19th Seminar on the Spanish Language and Culture for Interpreters

-------------------------------- Message 1 -------------------------------

Date:  Sun, 02 Mar 2003 11:57:31 +0000
From:  Cornelia Ilie <cornelia.ilie at hum.oru.se>
Subject:  PhD course in pragmatics Ãrebro University, Sweden

PhD Course in Pragmatics
Ã-rebro University, Sweden
22-30 May, 2003

Interdisciplinary Pragmatics: Ethnopragmatics, Pragma-rhetoric and
Current Issues in Pragmatics


The aim of the course is to bring together researchers and graduate
students from several areas of research in linguistics, rhetoric,
linguistic anthropology, communication studies, and related
disciplines. The course language is English, but certain lecture
illustrations and seminar discussions will focus on other languages
too, including Swedish and languages suggested by the course
participants.

The lectures and seminar discussions are intended to highlight and
further explore the interdisciplinary nature of pragmatics and
ethnopragmatics, current issues in pragmatics, as well as a number of
rhetorical perspectivisations of pragmatics.  The course consists of
three course modules, which include lectures, workshops and seminars.

1. Ethnopragmatics - Discourse practices in cultural context
Teacher:
Clifford Goddard, Professor of Linguistics at the University of New
England, Australia

2. Pragma-rhetoric -  Approaches to the rhetoric-pragmatics
interface
Teacher: Cornelia Ilie, Professor of English Linguistics at
Ã-rebro University, Sweden

3. Current issues in pragmatics
Teacher: Jacob Mey, Professor Emeritus
at the University of Texas, Austin, and Odense University, Denmark


If they wish, graduate students may participate in the course for
credit (5 Swedish credit points), which can be earned by meeting
course requirements (after preliminary agreement with their respective
thesis supervisors). The requirements consist of active attendance,
workshop activities, seminar assignments and final paper.

Send application form, CV and a short description of your major
research interests to:

Ida Lindberg, Department of Humanities, Ã-rebro University, 701 82
Ã-rebro, Sweden Tel: +46-19- 301307; Fax: +46-19-30 34 27 E-mail:
ida.lindberg at hum.oru.se

Last date of submission: 7 April, 2003.

Further information about the course is to be found at the following
web site:

http://www.oru.se/org/inst/hum/engelska/phd.htm


APPLICATION FORM

NAME:


DEGREE:


YEAR OF BIRTH:


UNIVERSITY & DEPARTMENT:


ADDRESS:


TELEPHONE:


E-MAIL:


FAX:


PREVIOUS STUDIES:


POSITION:


START OF GRADUATE EDUCATION:


RESEARCH INTERESTS:


WOULD YOU LIKE TO TAKE THE COURSE FOR CREDIT?


-------------------------------- Message 2 -------------------------------

Date:  Mon, 3 Mar 2003 19:38:45 +0100
From:  Maïdo Mallol <expresion-internac at sistelcom.com>
Subject:  19th Seminar on the Spanish Language and Culture for Interpreters

Dear Colleagues,

We are pleased to inform you about our 19th Seminar on the Spanish
Language and Culture for Interpreters and Translators. We hope you will
find this interesting for your members.

For more than ten years, Expresión Seminarios has organized courses
for translators and conference interpreters. Since the first Seminar in
1992, there have been over 130 participants. The interpreters, some are
free lance and others work with the European Commission and Parliament,
and the United Nations, among many other international organizations in
various European countries, the United States, Canada, Japan, Australia,
and Korea.

Furthermore, we have organized specialized seminars about "Fundamental
Concepts of Anatomy and Physiology: Medical Terminology", "Introduction
to Law", and "Information Technologies".

To find out more information about Expresinón Seminarios, please visit
our web site at: http://www.eurosur.com/expresion/.

Best regards,

Teresa Filesi and Maïdo Mallol

Conference Interpreters

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