1ST POSTGRADUATE CONFERENCE ON LINGUISTIC POLITENESSBack to news index - calls
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1ST POSTGRADUATE CONFERENCE ON LINGUISTIC POLITENESS
8 MARCH 2013, CENTRE FOR INTERCULTURAL POLITENESS RESEARCH, THE UNIVERSITY OF HUDDERSFIELD
The Centre for Intercultural Politeness Research (www.hud.ac.uk/cipr), University of Huddersfield invites submissions for 20 minute papers/or posters at the 1st Postgraduate Conference on Linguistic Politeness, organised under the aegis of the Centre and the Linguistic Politeness Research Group. This one day event provides an excellent opportunity for postgraduate researchers to introduce their ideas to a wider audience and to exchange views with others. Submissions are invited in the following areas:
- Innovative approaches to the analysis of politeness
- Intercultural and cross-cultural politeness research
- Conventions, rituals, and politeness
- Gender and politeness
- Politeness in different times and contexts
- Politeness and computer mediated communication
This is not an exclusive list and every interesting proposal will be considered for inclusion.
The conference will be opened by a brief introductory lecture by Sara Mills (Sheffield Hallam University) and Daniel Z. Kadar (The University of Huddersfield).
Interested applicants are requested to submit a 300 words abstract with 3 keywords to the following e-mail address: email@example.com
The DEADLINE for submissions is 5 November, 2012. Submissions will be evaluated by members of the Centre for Intercultural Politeness Research, and you will be informed of our decision as soon as possible. There will be a poster session, if there are sufficient numbers of poster applications.
The conference is a strictly non-profit event, and so there is no participation fee. However, due to this we are also unable to offer catering services for the participants, who will all be welcomed for an informal lunch at a nearby restaurant on a self-paid basis.
18 January 2013
We are delighted to inform you that a selection of conference papers will be published in a special issue of the international journal Linguistics Applied. Please note that this is not a conference proceedings, i.e. every paper submitted to this special issue is subject to double blind peer review. Details on this publication possibility will be available in due course.
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