I Seminário Linguagens, interações e aprendizagens – UNIFESP

I Seminário  Linguagens, interações e aprendizagens: reflexões sobre a função mediadora do professor

Dada a centralidade da linguagem na constituição do sujeito, no desenvolvimento humano e nos processos de aprendizagem, o I Seminário  Linguagens, interações e aprendizagens: reflexões sobre a função mediadora do professor tem como objetivos aproximar graduandos, licenciandos, pós-graduandos e profissionais da educação dos resultados de pesquisas sobre o processo de apropriação da linguagem e dar visibilidade a princípios e orientações didáticas decorrentes de investigações no campo dos Estudos da Linguagem e da Educação que tematizam a função mediadora do professor em diferentes contextos educativos.Constam do Seminário múltiplas atividades, tais como conferências, mesas-redondas, comunicações de pesquisas e oficina relativa ao tema, que contribuem para o intercâmbio de conhecimentos e experiências entre os participantes.O evento ocorrerá de 22 a 23 de novembro de 2012 e contará com conferências, mesas-redondas, apresentação de trabalhos e oficina. As inscrições para a participação no Seminário são feitas pelo site do evento < http://www.proex.unifesp.br/eventos/eventos12/linguagem/ >, nas modalidades ouvinte ou comunicação individual . Em anexo as normas para submissão de trabalhos.OrganizaçãoUNIFESP / Departamento de Educação / Curso de Pedagogia e Programa de Pós-Graduação em Educação e SaúdeProfa. Dra. Claudia Lemos Vóvio (Coordenação); Prof. Dr. Clecio Bunzen; Profa. Ms. Érica Garrutti; Profa. Dra. Marcia Romero; Profa. Ms. Sandra Campos  _______________________________________________ docentes.eflch mailing list docentes.eflch@listas.unifesp.br http://listas.unifesp.br/mailman/listinfo/docentes.eflch

Conference on Language and Super-diversity, Finlândia, 2013

CONFERENCE ANNOUNCEMENT AND FIRST CALL FOR PAPERS
> Language and Super-diversity: Explorations and interrogations
> University of Jyväskylä, Finland
> June 5-7, 2013
>
> Invited speakers:
> Michael Silverstein (University of Chicago)
> David Parkin (University of Oxford)
> Christopher Stroud (University of Western Cape)
> Sirpa Leppänen (University of Jyväskylä)
>
> Invited round-table discussion on Language and Super-diversity:
> Jan Blommaert (University of Tilburg)
> Ben Rampton (King’s College)
> Karel Arnaut (Max Planck Institute for the Study o f Religious and Ethnic Diversity)
> Jens Normann Jørgensen (University of Copenhagen)
> Robert Moore (Penn Graduate School of Education)
> Cecile Vigouroux (Simon Fraser University)
>
> Deadline for abstracts: Panel proposals, November 15, 2012; paper and poster proposals, December 15, 2012
>
> Guidelines for submission: http://www.jyu.fi/superdiversity
> The submission link opens on October 1, 2012.
>
> Description of the conference:
> During the past few decades, the face of social, cultural and linguistic diversity in societies all over the world has changed radically, producing complexity of a different kind than what has traditionally been captured in the notion of multiculturalism. This ‘new’ diversity, or super-diversity (Vertovec 2007), encompasses a wide range of societal and cultural transformations that stem mainly from accelerated processes of geocultural and mediated globalization of the last two decades.
>
> Super-diversity manifests most notably in such demographic and social changes as the tremendous increase in the categories of migrants, not only in terms of nationality, ethnicity, language and religion, but also in terms of motives, patterns and careers as migrants, processes of insertion into, settling in and interactions with the host societies. It is also witnessed in the increasing complexity of both physical and virtual spaces and their compressed and multi-scalar character. It shows in the enhanced mobility of people and the speed with which they can move between and access other places. In the same way, communication, the dissemination of information and the mediation of cultural practices and products are increasingly characterized by rapidity, simultaneity and ubiquity. Technologies of communication and information circulation offer new opportu nities for interaction in which identifications are not organized on the basis of local, ethnic or national categories only but which are characterized by translocality, connectedness and heterogeneity.
>
> In language use, a crucial effect of super-diversity is that the language and cultural biographies and repertoires, forms of communication and interaction between individuals, groups and communities cannot be presupposed. Language uses are not necessarily tied to national or ethnic groups or to standard varieties of language. Instead, they encompass a broad field of less predictable actors, activities and creative energies. In new combinations and intertwining of stability and instability, reliance on tradition and established normative orders are tied in with situated emergent forms of practice.
>
> To capture, describe and explain the forms, processes, practices and effects of super-diversity, sociolinguists are faced with a multi-facet ed challenge, calling forth a revision of some of their key tools – their theoretical apparata, methods of data gathering and analytic concepts (Blommaert and Rampton 2011). The aim of this international conference is to explore and interrogate the perspective offered by super-diversity, a perspective which for sociolinguistic study has tremendous heuristic potential
>
> References
> Blommaert, J. and Rampton, B. Language and Superdiversity. Diversities. 2011, vol. 13, no. 2. UNESCO.www.unesco.org/shs/diversities/vol13/issue2/art1
> Vertovec, Steven. 2007. Super-diversity and its Implications. Ethnic and Racial Studies, 30(6), pp. 1024–1054.
>
> Call for papers
> This international conference invites scholars to propose topics relevant to language and super-diversity. These can include (but are not limited to), both synchronic a nd historical studies on multilingualism, language crossing, switching, and mixing, contact-induced language variation and change, polylanguaging, translanguaging, metrolingualism, new literacies, language assessment for the determination of origin and citizenship, language (education) policy, and narratives of cultural belonging and difference. In terms of settings, the conference welcomes work in sociolinguistics in different everyday, institutional and educational settings at mega-cities, small places in centres and margins, as well as in mediated translocal communicative environments.
> Studies on any languages and (inter)disciplinary takes (e.g. linguistics, sociolinguistics, sociology of language, linguistic anthropology, applied linguistics, discourse studies, new literacy studies, pragmatics, ethnography and multi-modality) are welcome.
> Young scholars are warmly encouraged to contribute; the conference fee will be waived for five students from non-E U countries (applications to be included in the online registration form, to appear on the conference website).
> Submissions are solicited for thematic panels, papers, and posters. Each participant may have at most two presentations at the conference: one single-authored and one co-authored paper/poster.
>
>
> Instructions to panel organizers
>
> Panels will have a maximum duration of three hours. The panel can be thematically organized sessions, but also data sessions are welcome.
>
> The panel organizer needs to make sure that the participants submit their papers, Power Point presentations or data samples to him/her in advance of the conference for circulation to all panel members.
> Panel organizers should:
> · submit a proposal (see below) including the list of invited contributors and/or discussants by 15 November 2012 and confirm that all invited contributors have agreed to participate< br />>
> · coordinate the submission of abstracts by contributors (max. 300 words each) before the same deadline as above;
>
> · chair their panel at the conference
>
> · act as mediators between the contributors and the Conference Organizing Committee.
> Submitting panel proposals
> Proposals for a thematic panel should be submitted electronically via the conference website by the panel organizer.
>
> The proposal should include:
>
> · the list of invited contributors and/or discussants (name, affiliation, email address); a maximum of 8 keywords covering the subject, methodology and theoretical framework(s)
>
> · all the individual abstracts (of a maximum of 300 words)
>
> * a general overview abstract (maximum of 900 words) for the whole panel which will include:
>
> o the topic and how it relates to the conference themes;
&g t; o rationale for the panel and its aims and objectives;
> o discussion questions;
> o how the session will be organized (discussion format, number of papers, discussants/participants); a short list of key references
>
> Abstracts in English should be submitted via ‘submission’ on the conference website
http://www.jyu.fi/superdiversity
>
> The submission link opens on October 1, 2012.
> The deadline for panel submissions is November 15, 2012.
> All submissions will be reviewed; notification of acceptance January 15, 2013.
>
> Papers and posters
> Papers and posters are different forms of presentation but should be of an equally high quality and discuss original work. Both papers and posters will be submitted to the same refereeing process. The Organizing Committee reserves the right to place proposals for pape rs and posters in either category in consultation with the reviewers.
>
> Submitting a proposal for a paper
> Individual papers will be allocated 30 minutes (20 minutes for presentation and 10 minutes for questions).
>
> Abstracts in English (max. 300 words) should be submitted via ‘submission’ on the conference websitehttp://www.jyu.fi/superdiversity
> The submission link opens on October 1, 2012.
> The deadline for paper submissions is December 15, 2012.
> All submissions will be reviewed; notification of acceptance February 15, 2013.
>
> Submitting a proposal for a poster
> Each presenter will be provided with 120 x 90 cm of board space (portrait). They may also provide handouts with examples or more detailed information.
>
> Abstracts in English (max. 300 words) should be submitted via ‘sub mission’ on the conference websitehttp://www.jyu.fi/superdiversity
> The submission link opens on October 1, 2012.
> The deadline for poster submissions is December 15, 2012.
> All submissions will be reviewed; notification of acceptance February 15, 2013.
>
> Scientific committee
> Sirpa Leppänen, Karel Arnaut, Dong Jie, Martha Karrebaek, Ben Rampton, Max Spotti and Cecile Vigouroux
>
> Local organizing committee
> Sirpa Leppänen, Mia Halonen, Henna Jousmäki, Samu Kytölä, Mikko Laitinen, Mika Lähteenmäki, Taina Saarinen, Sonya Sahradyan, Minna Suni, Elina Westinen,
> Conference secretary: Saija Peuronen
> Financial secretary: Satu Julin
> Event co-ordinator: Taru-Maija Heilala-Rasimov
>
>
> Contact: superdiversity@jyu.fi

COMET 2012

Dear Colleagues,

* Apologies for any cross posting *

On behalf of the Organizing Committee we are writing to announce the Call for Papers for the 10th international interdisciplinary conference on COMMUNICATION, MEDICINE AND ETHICS (COMET) to be held in Trondheim, Norway 

28 – 30 June, 2012

Plenary speakers will include:

Professor Heidi Hamilton, Georgetown University, USA

Professor Jonathan Silverman, University of Cambridge School of Clinical Medicine, UK

Professor Berge Solberg, Norwegian University of Science and Technology, Norway


The Conference will bring together researchers, practitioners and administrators from different disciplines concerned with issues of Communication and Ethics in the fields of healthcare and the human and social sciences.

The Conference is hosted by Department of Language- and Communications Studies and Department of Social Work and Health Science, Norwegian University for Science and Technology & Department of Pathology and Medical Genetics, St. Olavs University Hospital

We would like to invite abstracts and proposals to be submitted online by 16 January 2012.  The Call for Proposals is attached along with the conference announcement.  Please post and share with your colleagues.

Please submit your proposal online at https://docs.google.com/spreadsheet/viewform?formkey=dHJRa1BSZmlOeXUxS2Nma1hEMEZIMGc6MQ. Visit http://www.ntnu.no/isk/comet-konferanse-2012 for further details regarding submission procedure, registration, program of events etc. If you would like to be added to the distribution list to recive updates automatically, please email comet2012@hf.ntnu.no

Yours sincerely,

The COMET Organizing Committee

Genre 2012 – Rethinking Genre Twenty Years Later: An International Conference on Genre Studies

Genre 2012–Rethinking Genre Twenty Years Later: An International Conference on Genre Studies

Carleton University, Ottawa, Ontario, Canada
June 26-29, 2012

Website: http://www.carleton.ca/genre2012

Genre 2012 will continue the tradition and scholarly conversation that originated with the first international colloquium on Genre Studies, ?Rethinking Genre,? held at Carleton University in 1992.

The goals of Genre 2012 are the following:

To create a dialogue among the three major traditions of Genre Studies: (a) English for Specific Purposes (ESP), (b) North American/New Rhetorical Studies, and (c) Australian Systemic Functional Linguistics (the Sydney School);
To present the most recent research developments in each of these three traditions with respect to writing in academic, workplace, and community settings;
To explore possible convergences among the three traditions; and
To provide a communicative space for discussion of other possible approaches to Genre Studies.
Keynote speakers: Charles Bazerman (University of California, Santa Barbara, USA), Vijay Bhatia (City University of Hong Kong), Ken Hyland (University of Hong Kong), James Martin (University of Sydney, Australia), Carolyn Miller (North Carolina State University, USA), David Russell (Iowa State University, USA), Catherine Schryer (Ryerson University, Canada), John Swales (University of Michigan at Ann Arbor, USA).

Special session presenters: Anis Bawarshi (University of Washington, USA), Adair Bonini (Federal University of Santa Catarina, Brazil), Amy Devitt (University of Kansas, USA), Ann Johns (San Diego State University, USA), Anthony Paré (McGill University, Canada), David Rose (University of Sydney, Australia), Clay Spinuzzi (University of Texas at Austin, USA), Christine Tardy (DePaul University, USA).

Proposals: We invite research-informed papers of any theoretical or methodological orientation on any aspect of Genre Studies related to the goals indicated above. Accordingly, papers might address topics such as these:

The roles and functions of genres in different linguistic and social contexts.
Genre proficiencies in different contexts.
Learning and teaching genres in specific contexts.
The broad range of methodologies used to study non-literary written genres.
Genres and new technologies.
We also invite proposals on any other topics related to the study of non-literary written genres.

Proposals should identify the preferred format (20-minute individual presentation or 90-minute panel with several presenters). Students are encouraged to submit proposals for either individual presentations or posters. The registration fee for the conference will be waived for all student presenters and for Carleton University students.
Proposals for individual presentations, panels, and posters should include a title, an abstract of 300 words or less, and contact information. Panel proposals should, in addition, include the names of all presenters and the titles of their papers. (In all cases, the 300-word limit excludes the list of references).

Proposals should situate the topic in the research literature  identify one or more research questions; describe the theoretical approach and the method(s) of data collection and analysis; and where applicable, discuss the findings  Theoretical explorations of relevant topics are also welcome.

The deadline for proposals is October 30, 2011. Please send proposals as an email attachment in .doc or .rtf format to genre2012@connect.carleton.ca, including the words ?Genre 2012 proposal? in the subject line. Updated conference information will be available at http://www.carleton.ca/genre2012.

Language Statement: Genre 2012 is open to all interested researchers. Given the wide range of international participants that we expect to attend the conference, the organizing committee believes that the communal conversation will be facilitated if English is used for presentations. However, if there are presenters who wish to deliver their papers in a language other than English, they will be welcome to do so. In such cases, we will encourage the presenters to provide English support materials, such as detailed handouts, PowerPoint presentations, or extended abstracts in English.

Graduate Course:  Connected to the conference, Carleton University?s School of Linguistics and Language Studies (SLaLS) will offer an intensive graduate-level course, ALDS 5703: Approaches to Genre Studies, taught by conference co-organizer Dr. Natasha Artemeva. Course registration will be open to graduate students from any institution. In addition to other assignments, students registered in the course will be required to attend conference keynote addresses and Special Sessions and then reflect on these as part of their coursework. Conference presenters will be invited to participate in formal and informal discussions with the students registered in the course. Course registration will be open in the spring of 2012. Further information will be distributed at a later date. For details, please contact SLaLS graduate administrator Ms Joan Grant at joan_grant@carleton.ca. General registration information for non-Carleton students is available at www2.carleton.ca/registrar/specia
l-students/

Conference co-organizers: Natasha Artemeva, Jaffer Sheyholislami, and Graham Smart (Carleton University).

Local organizing committee: Chloe Fogarty-Bourget, Janna Fox, Guillaume Gentil, Clara John Gulli, Lynne Young (Carleton University).

Sponsorship: The conference is sponsored by the Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council of Canada (SSHRC) and co-sponsored by Carleton University?s Office of the Vice-President (Research and International); Office of the Dean, Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences; and the School of Linguistics and Language Studies.

Natasha Artemeva

Acting Graduate Supervisor
Associate Professor
School of Linguistics & Language Studies
Carleton University
1125 Colonel By Drive
Ottawa, Ontario, Canada K1S 5B6

Tel.            +1 (613) 520-2600       ext.7452
Fax +1 (613) 520-6641
E-mail: natasha_artemeva@carleton.ca
http://www1.carleton.ca/slals/people/artemeva-natasha

Programação da V JORNADA DE ESTUDOS DO DISCURSO PUC-RIO

V JORNADA DE ESTUDOS DO DISCURSO
PUC-RIO
20 e 21 de outubro de 2011
Interação em Contextos Urbanos Contemporâneos:
Construindo Sentidos no Discurso 

Dia 20/10 (QUINTA-FEIRA)
9h-9h30min: Chegada / credenciamento
9h30min-10h30min: Conferência de Abertura
(Prédio Kennedy, sala K-114)
CONVERSA DE HOMEM?
Luiz Paulo da Moita Lopes (UFRJ)
 
10h30min-11h: Coffee-break
11h-13hmin: Comunicações Individuais
(Prédio Leme)
 SESSÃO 1 (Sala L-512)
Debatedora: Inês Miller (PUC-Rio)
A EDUCAÇÃO COMO UM SONHO – EXPECTATIVAS DE SUCESSO EM REDAÇÕES DE ALUNOS DE UMA ESCOLA PÚBLICA
William Soares dos Santos (UFRJ)
NOS BASTIDORES DA ORIENTAÇÃO: REPRESENTAÇÕES IDEOLÓGICAS NO DISCURSO DO PROFESSOR-ORIENTADOR SOB O ENFOQUE DA ACD
Silvia Adélia Henrique Guimarães (UERJ)
 O TWITTER SOB A PERSPECTIVA DA ANÁLISE CRÍTICA DO DISCURSO: UMA ANÁLISE DO DISCURSO EM TWEETS SOBRE A PROFISSÃO-PERIGO PROFESSOR
Carla Cristina de Souza (UERJ)
Marcela ­­­ da Silva Amaral (UERJ)
Silvia Adélia ­­­Henrique Guimarães (UERJ)
NARRATIVAS DE UMA PRESTADORA DE SERVIÇOS GERAIS – CO-CONSTRUÇÕES IDENTITÁRIAS
Luane Pontes (PUC-Rio)
  SESSÃO 2 (Sala L-110)
Debatedora: Sonia Bittencourt Silveira (UFJF)
 
TRANSTORNO DE DÉFICIT DE ATENÇÃO E HIPERATIVIDADE (TDAH): A CO-CONSTRUÇÃO DE IDENTIDADES NA INTERAÇÃO MÉDICO-MÃE-CRIANÇA, EM CONTEXTO DE CONSULTA PEDIÁTRICA
Ilioni Augusta da Costa (IFES, PUC-Rio)
A TECNOLOGIZAÇÃO DO DISCURSO NA EDUCAÇÃO MÉDICA: PERSPECTIVAS PROFISSIONAIS EMERGENTES EM INTERAÇÃO SIMULADA
Alexandre José P. Cadilhe de A. Jácome (UFF)
UM OLHAR SOBRE OS MOMENTOS DELICADOS: ESFORÇOS INTERACIONAIS DE MÉDICOS E PACIENTES EM UM POSTO DE SAÚDE DO SUS
Joseane de Souza (Unisinos)
Carina Mossmann (Unisinos)
AFASIA COMO PONTO DE VIRADA: ANALISANDO A CONSTRUÇÃO DE IDENTIDADES EM INTERAÇÕES EM GRUPO
Lívia Miranda de Oliveira (PUC-Rio; CNPq)

13h-14h: Almoço
 
14h-15h30min: Mesa Redonda
DISCURSO EM CONTEXTOS INSTITUCIONAIS
(Prédio Leme, sala L-418)

DESAFIOS E POSSIBILIDADES DE UMA LINGUÍSTICA APLICADA DAS PROFISSÕES
Maria do Carmo Leite de Oliveira (PUC-Rio)
 
A PRÁTICA DE FORMULAÇÃO E A PERSPECTIVA DOS PAPÉIS NA MEDIAÇÃO FAMILIAR
Paulo Cortes Gago (UFJF)
 
ORDEM E CONTROLE EM CONTEXTOS INSTITUCIONAIS CONTEMPORÂNEOS
Branca Fallabela Fabrício (UFRJ)
 
15h30min-16h: Coffee-break
16h-18h: Comunicações Individuais
(Prédios Leme e Frings)
SESSÃO 3 (Sala L-508)
Debatedora: Liliana Cabral Bastos (PUC-Rio)
IMPRENSA, COMUNICAÇÃO E CIDADE: ESTUDOS DE PODER NA IMPRENSA CARIOCA ENTRE OS SÉCULOS XIX E XX
Rodrigo Augusto Silva Marcelino (UFF)
O USO DO COMERCIAL PARA O ENSINO DE ESTRATÉGIAS DISCURSIVAS
Ana Claudia Turcato (Universidade Presbiteriana Mackenzie-SP)
O EMBATE REPRESENTACIONAL DOS NORDESTINOS NA MÍDIA JORNALÍSTICA
Hélcio Carlos de Oliveira Silva (UERJ)
SALA DE AULA DE ILE EM CENA: CONTEMPLANDO SUA RESSEMANTIZAÇÃO
Alba Regina Loredo Gama Tamanini (PUC-Rio)
 
 SESSÃO 4 (Sala F-300)
Debatedora: Victória Wilson (UERJ-FFP)
O USO DE ESTRATÉGIAS DE IMPOLIDEZ NO PROCON
Thenner Freitas da Cunha (UFJF)
ANÁLISE CRÍTICA DE DISCURSO EM PROCESSOS PENAIS DA LEI MARIA DA PENHA
Lúcia Freitas (UEG)
TRABALHOS DE FACE EM UM PROGRAMA HUMORÍSTICO
Krícia Helena Barreto (UFJF)
Sonia Bittencourt Silveira (UFJF)
A INFLUÊNCIA DA TEORIA HISTÓRICO-CULTURAL DE VYGOTSKY NA DIDÁTICA DA INTERCOMPREENSÃO DE LÍNGUAS: O EXEMPLO DO PROJETO GALANET
Ana Paula Deslandes de Almeida Moutinho (PUC-Rio)
 Dia 21/10 (SEXTA-FEIRA)
 9h-11h: Comunicações Individuais
 (Prédio Leme)
 SESSÃO 5 (Sala L-510)
Debatedora: Bárbara Hemais (PUC-Rio)
MUDANÇA DE CÓDIGO NO ENSINO DE LÍNGUA INGLESA
Marcelo Augusto Mesquita da Costa (UFPE)
AFINAL, QUEM SÃO ELES?: UMA PROPOSTA DE MULTILETRAMENTO A PARTIR DA ANÁLISE DA REPRESENTAÇÃO DOS ATORES SOCIAIS NAS AULAS DE LE
Carla Cristina de Souza (UERJ)
A (RE)CONSTRUÇÃO DE OBJETO DE DISCURSO COMO ESTRATÉGIA DE CONSTRUÇÃO DE FACE EM DEPOIMENTOS DE ORKUT
Lorena Santana Gonçalves (UFES)
Maria da Penha Pereira Lins (UFES)
REFERENCIAÇÃO E TÓPICO DISCURSIVO NO GÊNERO TEXTUAL ENTREVISTA
Maria da Penha Pereira Lins (UFES)
  SESSÃO 6 (Sala L-514)
Debatedor: José Carlos Gonçalves (UFF)
 
TEXTOS, MENTIRAS E IDENTIDADES: PERFORMANCES NARRATIVAS E PROTOCOLOS MÉDICOS NO PROCESSO TRANSEXUALIZADOR DO SUS
Rodrigo Borba (UFRJ)
“GOSTO DE MENINA TAMBÉM”: A CONSTRUÇÃO DISCURSIVO-IDENTITÁRIO-PERFORMATIVA EM NARRATIVAS DE UMA JOVEM QUE SE IDENTIFICA COMO BISSEXUAL
Elizabeth Sara Lewis (PUC-Rio)
A CARNAVALIZAÇÃO DO CORPO: DISCURSOS SOBRE O CORPO NO CARNAVAL CARIOCA
Danilo Corrêa Pinto (CAPES/PPGEL/UFU)
APROPRIAÇÕES DO CORPO FEMININO NA REVISTA TPM: UM ESTUDO DE RECEPÇÃO
Bruna Mariano Rodrigues (UERJ)
11h-11h30min: Coffee-break
11h30min-13h: Mesa Redonda
DISCURSO E PRÁTICAS PROFISSIONAIS HÍBRIDAS EM CONTEXTOS URBANOS DA CONTEMPORANEIDADE
(Prédio Frings, sala F-300)
 
 DISCURSOS HÍBRIDOS EM NARRATIVAS DE AGENTES COMUNITÁRIAS DE SAÚDE NO ATENDIMENTO À TUBERCULOSE: ENTRE A PRÁTICA PROFISSIONAL E A CIDADANIA
Maria das Graças Dias Pereira (PUC-Rio)
 
CRIME E LOUCURA: NARRATIVAS EM UM HOSPITAL DE CUSTÓDIA E TRATAMENTO NO CONTEXTO DA DESINSTITUCIONALIZAÇÃO
Diana Pinto (UNIRIO)
 
HIBRIDISMO DISCURSIVO NO CONTEXTO JURÍDICO: ANÁLISE DE AUDIÊNCIAS DO JUIZADO ESPECIAL CRIMINAL
Amitza Torres Vieira (UFJF)

7th International Gender and Language Association Conference IGALA 7

7th International Gender and Language Association Conference
IGALA 7
June 20-22, 2012
Unisinos, São Leopoldo, Brazil

It is with great pleasure that we would like to announce the launching of the IGALA 7 (7th International Gender and Language Association Conference) website, available at: http://www.unisinos.br/eventos/igala7

We would like to invite you all to visit our website and already register as “users”, by opening a “site account” at:http://www.unisinos.br/eventos/igala/index.php/igala/IGALA7/user/account

Please, note that the website is *not* open for submissions yet. Submissions will open on June 30 and run until October 31, 2011.

IGALA 7 will be held at Universidade do Vale dos Sinos (UNISINOS), São Leopoldo, Brazil, on June 20-22, 2012.

Taking place for the first time in South America, the conference will provide researchers worldwide with an opportunity to present their work and share ideas in the fields of language, gender, and sexuality.

With the theme *Resignifying Gender and Sexuality in Language and Discourse*, IGALA 7 aims to bring together scholars from diverse fields of knowledge as well as geographical regions who are interested in broadening and deepening our understanding of the complex relationships among language, gender and sexuality. In so doing, we encourage new ways of signifying these concepts and their interrelationships, in the following thematic areas:

1. Gender, sexuality, body and identities
2. Gender, sexuality and health
3. Gendered performances as discourse
4. Gender and (dis)empowerment
5. Gender, class, ethnicity and age
6. Gender, sexuality and institutions
7. Gender, media and technology
8. Gender and violence

Guest Speakers include:
·      Luiz Paulo da Moita Lopes (Universidade Federal do Rio de Janeiro, Brazil)
·      Mary Bucholtz (University of California at Santa Barbara, USA)
·      Kira Hall (University of Boulder, USA)
·      Celia Kitzinger (University of York, UK)
·      Guacira Lopes Louro (Universidade Federal do Rio Grande do Sul, Brazil)

IGALA 7 will include the following presentation formats:
Plenaries (guest speakers), Special Forums (guest speakers), Oral Presentations, Round Tables (also known as Panels), Workshops, and Posters.

Please watch this space for forthcoming announcements regarding call for papers, registration payment and other conference information.

We look forward to welcoming you to IGALA 7, 2012, in Brazil!

Sincerely,
Ana Cristina Ostermann, IGALA President & IGALA 7 Chair

Further information on IGALA 7
·        Website: http://www.unisinos.br/eventos/igala/
·        Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/pages/Igala-7/187800897935547
·        Twitter: http://twitter.com/#!/igalabrazil
·        E-mail address: IGALA2012″at”gmail.com (Replace “at” with @ when emailing)

GSCP 2012 International Conference: SPEECH AND CORPORA

DEADLINE EXTENSION: SEPTEMBER 12th

Conference site: http://www.letras.ufmg.br/GSCP2012/

THIRD CALL FOR PAPERS

GSCP 2012 International Conference

SPEECH AND CORPORA
in memory of Claire Blanche-Benveniste

February 29 – March 02, 2012
Faculdade de Letras, Universidade Federal de Minas Gerais, Brazil

GSCP has been one of the main European forums for the discussion of the interdisciplinary area related to the study of spoken communication in all its aspects ever since its inception in Naples (Italy) in 2003. GSCP is a rich opportunity for the advancement of scholarship not only in linguistic studies related to spoken language but also to interfacing disciplines, including new technologies.

GSCP 2012 has as its main theme the relationship between speech and corpora studies and welcomes submissions about spoken corpora, their methodologies, data collection, objectives, validation techniques, besides linguistic analyses based on speech corpora.

Contact: infoGSCP2012@gmail.com

Important dates:
Conference: February 29 – March 02, 2012
Deadline for abstract submission: July 15 September 12th, 2011
Deadline for abstract acceptance notification: September 20, 2011
Deadline for reduced fee registration: October 15, 2011
Deadline for regular fee registration: November 30 2011
Deadline for registration for participants with presentations: December 30, 2011
Deadline for submission of full paper (format information will be available in the conference site): April 15, 2012

Organizing Committee chair:
Tommaso Raso (UFMG)

Keynote speakers:
Plínio BARBOSA (Universidade Estadual de Campinas)
Piermarco BERTINETTO (Scuola Normale Superiore di Pisa)
Douglas BIBER (University of Northern Arizona)
Philippe MARTIN (Université Paris Diderot)

Simposium: “Emotion, attitude, illocution and modality”
João A. MORAES (UFRJ)
Klaus SCHERER (Université de Genève)
Véronique AUBERGÉ (Grenoble Universités)

Roundtable: The C-ORAL-BRASIL presentation