25.3006, Calls: Discourse Analysis/France
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LINGUIST List: Vol-25-3006. Tue Jul 22 2014. ISSN: 1069 - 4875.
Subject: 25.3006, Calls: Discourse Analysis/France
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Date: Tue, 22 Jul 2014 15:09:41
From: Ablali Driss [driss.ablali at univ-lorraine.fr]
Subject: Text and Discourse in Confrontation in the European Context: Towards an Epistemological and Heuristic Renewal
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Full Title: Text and Discourse in Confrontation in the European Context: Towards an Epistemological and Heuristic Renewal
Date: 15-Sep-2015 - 18-Sep-2015
Location: Metz, France
Contact Person: Ablali Driss
Meeting Email: textediscours2015 at gmail.com
Web Site: http://www.fabula.org/actualites/texte-et-discours-en-confrontation-dans-l-espace-europeenpour-un-renouvellement-epistemologique-et_63887.php.
Linguistic Field(s): Discourse Analysis
Call Deadline: 20-Dec-2014
It follows from these introductory remarks:
On the one hand, the speakers will be required to situate themselves in a field in one side while contrasting their positions with others and from another side while exposing as much as possible the supports that they might have found in the preceding models, which they have later on given up.
On the other hand, we will pair the participants in a way that will make them focus their contrasted and crossing attention only on problem setting or following distinct traditions/models. Moderating these face to face «collaborations» ensured by the DITECO network members should allow scholars to progress towards bringing together points of views.
On which new bases can we maintain the Text/Discourse opposition?
How is it possible to make new descriptive categories by making the theories, the domains or the currents interact? Starting from which new textual and/or discursive categories can we make the already developed models converge without crossing each other?
Regarding the fact that certain instrumental concepts have exhausted their heuristic value, are the disciplinary meeting points capable of articulating knowledge that has not been a priori reconcilable, apt to create their proper problem frames and to define new semiotic objects?
How can these comparisons between models rebuild differently other concepts which had imposed themselves in an era before being used up and collapsing?
Are the concepts a product of the textual or discursive practices, and which rely essentially on the written, and/or are transposable to the oral?
Regarding progress in studies on genericity made possible thanks to the digital: we will inquire whether these studies will not strengthen the utility of the textual approach without a discursive aspect? How does the transition towards the digital, towards the change of means and forms, allow for the renewing of disciplines and forging of new cultures, through new significant practices?
Do the possibilities offered by the automatic processing of language, and particularly the technique of exploiting large corpora, which refuse to view the texts as small closed entities foster new alliances which allow the forging of new operative concepts better adapted to their specificities?
We can also question the links between certain European models and their reinstatement in Latin America, with discourse analysis and semiotics. Since these theories and their practices have their own history and particularly abide by sociological and ideological constraints, can these theoretical filiations leave their imprints on each other in development of discourse and text analysis?
The organising committee has fixed the following tariffs relative to the registration in the conference:
- Full tariff: 140 euros
- Students tariff: 70 euros (Proof of PhD student status will be required)
Registration for the conference covers:
- Participation in all the conference sessions
- 4 meals
- Coffee breaks
Call for Papers:
Modalities of Abstract Submissions:
Languages of communications: French and English.
The abstracts should be send by email to textediscours2015 at gmail.com before 20 December 2014, or registered on the platform of the conference, from 15 September 2014 to the following address: http://textediscourseuropeens.event.univ-lorraine.fr/cremtexte_appel.php
Submitted articles should describe an original and innovative piece of work. Contributions should include a literature review and references to preceding pertinent works. The abstract should be accompanied with a page including information about the participants: name, affiliation, telephone number and address and email. The abstract (must not go beyond 3000 characters) should be in Times 12 with a simple interline and in a Word or RTF file. The contributions will be subject to double anonymous evaluations by two experts from the conference scientific committee. The decisions will be sent on 30 March 2015 and the preliminary programme will be put on the conference site on 15 May: http://textediscourseuropeens.event.univ-lorraine.fr/cremtexte_appel.php
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