[lg policy] CFP: political dialogue - extended deadline

Harold Schiffman hfsclpp at GMAIL.COM
Fri Mar 26 15:33:52 UTC 2010

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Political Dialogue Analysis

Wuerzburg International Symposium on Dialogue in Politics
13-15 September 2010

Human beings are articulate mammals and political agents. How are the
two connected: is there a direct connection between them? Is politics
necessarily mediatised, or is it articulated directly? What is
political dialogue, and what are the realisations of dialogue about
politics and political dialogue?

The goal of the symposium on Dialogue in Politics is to bring together
different analytic approaches and methodologies used in political
discourse analysis and political dialogue analysis, examining politics
as text-and-talk, politics as media events, the construction of micro
politics and macro politics in and through dialogue, to name but the
most prominent ones. In this sense, the symposium is open to the
various approaches in Dialogue Analysis and Political Discourse
Analysis but will have a specific focus on approaches that aim at
addressing the mixed game of effective dialogic interaction. Issues
related to cultural norms and cultural variation, mediatisation and
institutionalization of political dialogue are included.
Possible session topics:
•       Parliamentary discourse
•       Political interview
•       Political speech
•       Political identities
•       Politics and power
•       Politics and gender
•       Politics as text and talk
•       Positioning in political dialogue

Plenary papers will be given by:
Eric A. Anchimbe (University of Bayreuth / Germany)
Peter Bull (University of York / UK)
Antje Hornscheidt (Humboldt University Berlin / Germany)
Andreas Musolff (University of Durham /UK)
Elda Weizman (University of Bar-Ilan / Israel)

Forms of presentation:
•       Plenaries (45 minutes + 15 minutes discussion)
•       Session papers (20 minutes + 10 minutes discussion)
•       Panels (3, 6 or 9 papers on a common topic)
Abstracts and registration
•       Deadline for abstracts 15 April 2010.
•       Registration early bird by 1 June 2010.

Registration fee
IADA members: € 40 (early bird) - €50 (regular)
Non-members:   € 50 (early bird) - € 70 (regular)
Students: € 20 (early bird) -  € 30 (regular)
The registration fee covers the coffee break and conference material.

Publication: A selection from the proceedings will be published.
Contact: iada2010 at uni-wuerzburg.de
Website: http: //www.anglistik.uni-wuerzburg.de/iada2010
Submission Instructions: Proposal (250-300 words) and Cover Sheet

You may submit a proposal for 1) a paper presentation - 20 minutes with 10
minutes for questions; and 2) a panel (please indicate the number of
presentations, their titles and abstracts)
Do not include any self-identifying information on the abstract; include only
the title and the proposal itself. On a separate cover sheet, include:

1. Title
2. Format (paper or panel)
3. Author(s)
4. Affiliation(s)
5. Postal Mailing Address (for primary presenter)
6. E-mail (for primary presenter)

Local organising committee:
Anita Fetzer (University of Wuerzburg / Germany) and Elda Weizman
(University of Bar-Ilan / Israel), Lawrence Berlin (Northeastern
Illinois University, Chicago/ USA), Christoph Schubert (University of
Wuerzburg / Germany), Edda Weigand (University of Muenster / Germany)

Scientific committee:
Hassan Atifi (University of Technology of Troyes / France), Gloria
Alvarez Benito (University of Seville / Spain), Peter Bull (University
of York / UK), Lawrence Berlin (Northeastern Illinois University,
Chicago/ USA), Svetla Cmejrkova (The Institute of the Czech Language
of the Academy of Sciences of the Czech Republic/ Czech Republic),
Titus Ensink University of Groningen / Netherlands), Anita Fetzer
(University of Wuerzburg / Germany), Isabel Inigo-Mora (University of
Seville / Spain), Gerda Lauerbach (University of Frankfurt / Germany),
Zohar Livnat, Bar-Ilan University / Israel), Michel Marcoccia
(University of Technology of Troyes / France),  (Christoph Sauer
(University of Groningen / Netherlands), Christina Schaeffner (Aston
University, Birmingham /UK), Christoph Schubert (University of
Wuerzburg / Germany), Edda Weigand (University of Muenster / Germany),
Elda Weizman (Bar-Ilan University /Israel)

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