19.3738, Calls: Applied Ling/Serbia; General Ling,Semantics/Germany

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Subject: 19.3738, Calls: Applied Ling/Serbia; General Ling,Semantics/Germany

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1)
Date: 05-Dec-2008
From: Dusan Stamenkovic < dstamenkovic at filfak.ni.ac.yu >
Subject: Language, Literature, Identity Conference 2009 

2)
Date: 05-Dec-2008
From: Felix Balmer < felix.balmer at uni-tuebingen.de >
Subject: International Interdisciplinary Symposium on Ambiguity

 

	
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From: Dusan Stamenkovic [dstamenkovic at filfak.ni.ac.yu]
Subject: Language, Literature, Identity Conference 2009

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Full Title: Language, Literature, Identity Conference 2009 
Short Title: LLI 2009 

Date: 24-Apr-2009 - 25-Apr-2009
Location: Ni?, Serbia 
Contact Person: Dusan Stamenkovic
Meeting Email: anglistika.nis.jki.2009 at gmail.com
Web Site: http://www.filfak.ni.ac.yu/ 

Linguistic Field(s): Applied Linguistics; Linguistic Theories; Philosophy of
Language; Sociolinguistics 

Call Deadline: 15-Feb-2009 

Meeting Description:

The forthcoming multidisciplinary conference named Language, Literature,
Identity, organized by the English Department of the Faculty of Philosophy in
Ni?, which will be held from 24 until 25 April, 2009. Identity, the central
topic of our conference, allows different approaches by means of various
disciplines in the domain of philology (linguistics and literature), philosophy
and arts. 

Call for Papers

For the forthcoming Language, Literature, Identity Conference
24-25 APRIL, 2009 (Faculty of Philosophy, NI?)
On behalf of the LLI Organising Committee, it is our pleasure to send you the
Call for Papers with a detailed set of information concerning the forthcoming
multidisciplinary Language, Literature, Identity conference, organized by the
English Department of the Faculty of Philosophy in Ni?, which will be held on
24-25 April, 2009. Identity, the central topic of our conference, allows
different approaches by means of various disciplines in the domain of philology,
philosophy and arts.

The Organising Committee would like to take this opportunity to thank everyone
who has already applied for the Conference and to invite the new participants to
do so. All you have to do in order to apply is to submit a 200-word abstract (of
the paper you are going to present at the conference) before February 15th, 2009
to the following e-mail address - anglistika.nis.jki.2009 at gmail.com 

We would like to ask you to list all the necessary technical equipment you will
need for your presentation in the table provided in Appendix 1 (PC, Projector,
OHP, Audio devices, etc.). Due to the large number of expected participants, the
conference will have two parallel sessions, both of which will have a number of
panels. Presentation time is 15 minutes, with the additional time for any
questions that might follow your presentation. The conference proceedings
publication is planned for late 2009. The proceedings collection will be sent
out to all the participants once it is available. Every participant will also
receive a copy of the last year's conference proceedings.

We would also like to invite you to be our guests at the dinner we are going to
organize after the conference at one of Ni?'s finest national restaurants
(please confirm this in Appendix 1 as well)

The Call for Papers also includes:
Abstract Registration Form Template
Information on Accommodation in Ni?

With regards,

LLI Organising Committee
Vesna Lopi?i?, Head of Department
Du?an Stamenkovi?, Conference Secretary

Appendix 1:
Abstract Registration Form for the Language, Literature, Identity Conference

Name and Surname:
Place and Country:
Institution:
Occupation and Title: 
Paper Title:
Abstract (up to 200 words):
Required Equipment:
Staying for dinner (please underline):               YES               NO
Date of Application: 

Appendix 2:
Ni? Accommodation
These hotels in Ni? are within 10-minute walk of the Faculty building.
Serbian Dinar (RSD) exchange rate is: 1€ = 89.5 din (01 December, 2008)

The Regent Club****, Obrenovi?eva 10, Ni?, tel. +381-18-524924
Single Room B&B, 3650 RSD per night*
Double Room B&B, 4800 RSD per night (price per room)*  
Double Room with an additional bed B&B, 6350 RSD per night (price per room)*
*These are weekend discount price.
Regular prices are as follows:
Single Room B&B, 5450 RSD per night        
Double Room B&B, 7400 RSD per night (price per room)
Double Room with an additional bed + B&B, 9450 RSD per night (price per room)
http://www.regentclub.com 

My Place Hotel ****, Kej 29. decembar bb, Ni?, tel. +381-18-293500
Single Room B&B, 5600 RSD per night
Double Room for 1 person B&B, 6500 RSD per night
Double Room B&B, 7900 RSD per night (price per room)
http://www.hotelmyplace.com 

Ni?ki cvet Hotel ****, Kej 29. decembar 2, Ni?, tel: +381-18-525800
Single Room B&B, 5100 RSD per night
Double Room B&B, 7100 RSD per night (price per room)
http://www.niskicvet.com 

Ambasador Hotel **(*), Trg Kralja Milana bb, Ni?, tel. +381-18-501800
Single Room B&B: 2635 RSD per night
Double Room B&B: 3570 RSD per night (price per room))
http://www.srbijaturist.com 

Rile Men(***), Vojvode Mi?ica 111, Ni?, tel. +381-18-528522
Single Room: 3000 RSD per night
Double Room: 4000 RSD per night (price per room)
Three-bedded room: 5000 RSD per night (price per room)
http://www.rilemen.com 

Duo D ***, Kopitareva 7, Ni?, tel. +381-18-517701
Single Room: 4900 RSD per night
Single Room with an additional bed: 5500 RSD per night (price per room)
Double Room: 6500 RSD per night (price per room)
http://www.hotel-duod.com

LLI Organising Committee
Vesna Lopi?i?, Head of Department
Du?an Stamenkovi?, Conference Secretary



	
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Date: Sat, 06 Dec 2008 11:47:14
From: Felix Balmer [felix.balmer at uni-tuebingen.de]
Subject: International Interdisciplinary Symposium on Ambiguity

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Full Title: International Interdisciplinary Symposium on Ambiguity 

Date: 05-Nov-2009 - 07-Nov-2009
Location: University of Tuebingen, Germany 
Contact Person: Felix Balmer
Meeting Email: ambiguity at nphil.uni-tuebingen.de
Web Site: http://www.ambiguitaet.uni-tuebingen.de 

Linguistic Field(s): General Linguistics; Psycholinguistics; Semantics; Syntax 

Call Deadline: 31-May-2009 

Meeting Description:

International Symposium
Interdisciplinary Perspectives on Ambiguity: 
Linguistics, Literary Studies and Rhetoric

Eberhard-Karls University Tübingen
Postgraduate Program "Dimensions of Ambiguity"
Schloss Hohentübingen
November 5-7, 2009 

Call for Papers

Phenomena of ambiguity provide an interesting and controversial area of research
for linguistics and literary studies as well as for rhetoric. A particularly
rewarding field of enquiry is the resolution and production of ambiguity in
text, speech, gestures and images. 

The aim of this conference is to bring together the stimuli of these
perspectives and focus on the dimensions of ambiguity within an
interdisciplinary dialogue. We intend to address the following questions:

How is ambiguity processed and resolved?
How does ambiguity arise? How can it be generated?
What is the communicative value of ambiguity?

The following aspects may provide a first approach to the discussion:
Ellipsis and ambiguity in public speeches at the interface between syntax,
semantics, pragmatics and psycholinguistics;

The relationship between linguistic ambiguities and ambiguous subject matter in
literary texts (possible examples are the different versions of the last
sentence of Dickens's Great Expectations or the letter A becoming an ambiguous
sign in Hawthorne's The Scarlet Letter);

The status of mishearings and mondegreens at the prelexical and lexical level
within a model of language processing;

Beyond the ambiguity of linguistic signs: the ambiguity of the signified, e.g.
conceptual figure-ground-effects and their manifestations in language;
Ambiguity in visual sign systems, e.g. in images, films or gesture-based texts.

We invite abstracts for 30-minute-talks (plus 30 minutes for discussion). Please
send your abstracts (200 - 300 words) to ambiguity at nphil.uni-tuebingen.de until
May 31, 2009. 

For further information, go to: http://www.ambiguitaet.uni-tuebingen.de.


 





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