26.2249, Calls: Pragmatics/USA

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Subject: 26.2249, Calls:  Pragmatics/USA

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Date: Wed, 29 Apr 2015 14:30:52
From: Cesar Felix-Brasdefer [cfelixbr at indiana.edu]
Subject: American Pragmatics Association

 
Full Title: American Pragmatics Association 
Short Title: AMPRA 

Date: 04-Nov-2016 - 06-Nov-2016
Location: Bloomington, Indiana, USA 
Contact Person: Cesar Felix-Brasdefer
Meeting Email: ampra at indiana.edu
Web Site: http://indiana.edu/~ampra 

Linguistic Field(s): Pragmatics 

Call Deadline: 15-Apr-2016 

Meeting Description:

The goal of the conference is to promote both theoretical and applied research in pragmatics, and to bring together scholars who are interested in different subfields of pragmatics (philosophical, linguistic, cognitive, social, intercultural, interlanguage, etc.). Three main topics of the conference are as follows:

(i) Pragmatic theories: neo-Gricean approaches, relevance theory, theory of  mind, meaning, role of context, grammaticalization, semantics-pragmatics interface, explicature, implicature, speech act theory, presuppositions, im/politeness, experimental pragmatics, etc.

(ii) Intercultural, cross-cultural and societal aspects of pragmatics: research involving more than one language and culture or varieties of one language, lingua franca, technologically mediated communication, bilinguals’ and heritage speakers’ language use, intercultural misunderstandings, service encounters, effect of dual language and multilingual systems on the development and use of pragmatic skills, etc. 

(iii) Applications: usage and corpus-based approaches, pragmatic competence, teachability and learnability of pragmatic skills, pragmatic variation, developmental pragmatics, cross-cultural pragmatics, etc.

Call for Papers:

3rd International Conference of the American Pragmatics Association (AMPRA) 
November 4-6, 2016 
Indiana University, Bloomington (USA)

Abstract submission: Abstracts must be 300 words max. in length (not including references), and must include title of paper.  

Panels: Panel organizers are expected to send their proposal (max. 400 words) with a list of possible participants to the conference committee. Panel sessions will be scheduled for two hours.  

Abstracts & panels will be submitted through EasyAbstracts (system will open on August 1st, 2015) 
http://linguistlist.org/easyabs/ampra2016   

Guidelines for submission: Submissions are limited to one individual and one joint abstract per person. 

Pre-Conference Workshop: There will be a pre-conference workshop on Pragmatics & Language Learning, in the afternoon of Thursday, November 3, 2016. 

There are two dates for submission:

Early submission for those who want to know the results of the review earlier for travel plans and/or grant applications:
Deadline: January 15, 2016
Notification of Acceptance: February 15, 2016

Regular submission:
Deadline: April 15, 2016 (no abstracts will be processed after this date)
Notification of Acceptance: May 15, 2016

For more information about the conference, please contact us at ampra at indiana.edu 
Or visit the conference website: www.indiana.edu/~ampra




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