24.2175, Calls: General Linguistics/Portugal

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Subject: 24.2175, Calls: General Linguistics/Portugal

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Date: Thu, 23 May 2013 10:44:57
From: Maria do Céu Caetano [mc.caetano at fcsh.unl.pt]
Subject: 3rd International Conference on Grammar & Text

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Full Title: 3rd International Conference on Grammar & Text 
Short Title: GRATO 2013 

Date: 06-Dec-2013 - 07-Dec-2013
Location: Lisbon, Portugal 
Contact Person: Clara Nunes Correia
Meeting Email: grato at fcsh.unl.pt
Web Site: http://www.clunl.edu.pt 

Linguistic Field(s): General Linguistics 

Call Deadline: 20-Jul-2013 

Meeting Description:

Pursuing the same objectives as previous conferences, the 3rd International Conference on Grammar &Text - GRATO 2013 aims to discuss, within the framework of grammar and text, research that can contribute to the deepening of the interrelation between these two areas. 

In line with the general theme Knowledge, Representation and Use, the Keynote Speaker will be François Rastier (CNRS, Paris). 

The 3rd International Conference on Grammar and Text - GRATO 2013 will be organised around thematic sessions, including also a section for free papers.

Scientific Committee:

François Rastier (CNRS-Paris); Angela Paiva Dionisio (Ufpe-Pernambuco); Jasmina Markič  (FF.Uni-Lj, Ljubljana); Jean-Paul Bronckart (UNIGE, Genève); José M. García-Miguel (UVigo, Vigo); José Pinto de Lima (FLUL, Lisboa); Luísa Álvares Pereira (UA, Aveiro); Luiz Carlos Travaglia (Ufu-Uberlândia); Margarida Basílio (PUC-Rio); Maria Aldina Marques (UMinho, Braga); Maria Teresa Brocardo (FCSH-UNL, Lisboa); Marion Carel  (EHESS-Paris); Stéphane Robert (CNRS- Paris); Tania Kuteva (Universität Düsseldorf)

Coordinators of the Thematic Sections:

Angela Paiva Dionisio - Discourse(s) and Text(s) Analysis; Jasmina Markič - Forms & Constructions in Grammar & Text; Luísa Álvares Pereira - Didactic Approaches to Discourse Types and Textual Genres; Margarida Basílio - Word-Formation; Maria Teresa Brocardo - Diachronic Approaches to Grammar & Text

Organising Committee:

Clara Nunes Correia (FCSH-UNL/ CLUNL); Maria do Céu Caetano (FCSH-UNL/ CLUNL); Helena Valentim (FCSH-UNL/ CLUNL); Rosalice Pinto (CLUNL); Audria Leal (CLUNL)

Call for Papers:

Abstracts may be submitted in Portuguese, Spanish, French or English and presentations at the conference may be given in any of these languages. You must indicate which thematic session, if any, the abstract should be considered for.

Each paper in the oral sessions will be given 30 minutes, including 10 minutes for discussion.

Abstracts must be anonymous, one page in length (in addition to references), 12-point Times New Roman font and 1.5 spacing. 

Abstracts should be sent to: grato at fcsh.unl.pt.

Within the body of the email message, please include: title of submission, name(s) of author(s), and affiliation(s); each author’s contact information (email and work address).

Selected papers will be considered for publication in a forthcoming volume of the Estudos Linguísticos / Linguistic Studies journal.

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