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Thu Nov 15 2007
FYI: IGALA5 Final call for papers
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IGALA5 Final call for papers
Message 1: IGALA5 Final call for papers
From: Janet Holmes <janet.holmesvuw.ac.nz>
Subject: IGALA5 Final call for papers
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The 5th International Gender and Language Association Biennial Conference
to be held at Victoria University, Wellington, New Zealand
3-5 July 2008
Final Call for Papers
The 5th International Gender and Language
Association biennial conference aims to provide
researchers worldwide with an opportunity to present
their work and share ideas in the fields of language,
gender, and sexuality. Keynote speakers include Dale
Spender, Anne Pauwels, Surinderpal Kaur, Rachel
McKee and Carmen CaldasCoulthard.
Submissions are invited for abstracts for oral or poster
presentations on any topic related to language,
gender, and sexuality. Papers should be 20 minutes in
length. 10 minutes will be provided for comments and
Student bursaries available see
website for details: www.victoria.ac.nz/igala5
Abstracts of no more than 300 words should be
submitted via the conference website:
Abstracts must be received by 30 November 2007.
Authors will be notified by 15 February 2008.
Early registration (by 28 March 2008) = NZ$ 300.
Late registration (by 30 May 2008) = NZ$ 350.
Registration for students (by 30 May 2008) = NZ$ 150.
Note : registration includes the Conference dinner
Registration forms and further details are available at the
conference website :
For general enquiries please email
Linguistic Field(s): Anthropological Linguistics; Applied Linguistics; Discourse Analysis; General Linguistics; Pragmatics; Sociolinguistics; Text/Corpus Linguistics
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