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Subject: 27.3636, Calls: Anthropological Linguistics; Discipline of Linguistics; General Linguistics; History of Linguistics; Text/Corpus Linguistics / Textes et Contextes (Jrnl)

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Date: Thu, 15 Sep 2016 14:01:22
From: Laurent Gautier [laurent.gautier at u-bourgogne.fr]
Subject: Anthropological Linguistics; Discipline of Linguistics; General Linguistics; History of Linguistics; Text/Corpus Linguistics / Textes et Contextes (Jrnl)

 
Full Title: Textes et Contextes 


Linguistic Field(s): Anthropological Linguistics; Discipline of Linguistics; General Linguistics; History of Linguistics; Text/Corpus Linguistics 

Call Deadline: 31-Dec-2016 

Special issue for Textes & Contextes 2018
Online journal for the EA4182 - Université de Bourgogne Franche-Comté 
https://revuesshs.u-bourgogne.fr/textes&contextes/
Diachronic Approach to Specialised Discourse and Cultures

Editorial team:

Didier Carnet, Jean-Pierre Charpy, Laurent Gautier (U. Bourgogne Franche
Comté) Stéphane Patin (U. Paris Diderot - Paris VII)

Schedule:

Call for papers: July 2016
Abstract submission deadline: December 2016
Official notification of acceptance (meaning encouragement, but not commitment
for publication): February 2017
Day-long seminar (discussion around the link between the papers and
strengthening the coherence of the special issue): October 2017 (date to be
specified)
Paper submission deadline for peer review: December 2017
Paper review feedback to authors: April 2018
Paper submission deadline: September 2018
Online publication of papers: Autumn 2018

General background: Historical approach to specialised discourse and culture -
Theorisation, epistemological positioning, methodology, diachrony as a means
to access specialised cultures, case studies.

Possible paths to be developed (non-exhaustive list):

- Discursive traditions: how can the paradigm of discursive traditions,
developed inter alia by the German Romanists following Coseriu (Tübingen
School), be implemented for specialised discourse?;
- Diachronic approach to terminology: how can the historical dimension be
integrated in the descriptive and/or normative approaches to terminology? What
do we learn from the evolution of the terms of the development of a
specialised culture?;
- Diachronic approach to specialised dictionaries: how did the macro- and
micro-structures of specialised dictionaries evolve? What room is there for
the representation of specialised knowledge in their historical dimension?;
- The historical construction of specialised fields: how are texts and
discourse structured in a given field? How does the evolution of sciences and
techniques lead to the formation of new domains and their techniques?;
- Research work on professional journals and reviews (including academic
discourse): How do we deal with such largely-unexplored corpora? What
methodological issues should be addressed regarding the construction of
historical corpora in LSP contexts?;
- Innovative contribution of corpus linguistics to the methodology of the
historical approach, more particularly in the theorisation of ''specialised
cultures'';
- The evolution in the way lay persons relate to specialised discourse in the
wake of new technologies: how is specialised knowledge propagated and how does
it circulate in blogs, forums, etc.?;
- The ethnographic dimension of LSP: how do we reconstruct the study of a
specialised environment in its historical depth?;
- The embedding of specialised knowledge and discourse: is there a historical
FASP at the intersection of diachrony and literary texts?;
- …

Each pre-selected paper will be submitted to the editorial committee and go
through a double-blind peer-reviewing process.

Proposals, comprising a title, an abstract of about 500 characters, six
key-words and references cited in the paper, will be sent simultaneously to
didier.carnet at u-bourgogne.fr jean-pierre.charpy at u-bourgogne.fr,
laurent.gautier at u-bourgogne.fr, aspatin at eila.univ-paris-diderot.frnd

The style sheet (for accepted papers) can be downloaded from: 
https://revuesshs.u-bourgogne.fr/textes&contextes/document.php?id=1307




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