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Mon Jun 30 2008

Confs: Forensic Linguistics/UK

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Message 1: The Language of Terrorists and Terrorism in the 21st Century
Date: 30-Jun-2008
From: John Olsson <forensicling2003yahoo.co.uk>
Subject: The Language of Terrorists and Terrorism in the 21st Century
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The Language of Terrorists and Terrorism in the 21st Century
Short Title: LTT21C

Date: 14-Apr-2009 - 16-Apr-2009
Location: Newtown Powys Wales, United Kingdom
Contact: John Olsson
Contact Email: forensicling2003yahoo.co.uk
Meeting URL: http://www.thefls.org.uk/conference

Linguistic Field(s): Forensic Linguistics

Meeting Description:

This is the first conference by the Forensic Linguistics Society. The topic 'The
Language of Terrorists and Terrorism' will focus on all aspects of the language
of terrorism.

The Forensic Linguistics Society is pleased to give advance notice of our first
international conference.

Advance notice of forthcoming conference on the language of terrorism
Conference title: First International Conference on the language of terrorists
and terrorism in the 21st Century
Date: 14 - 16 April 2009
Venue: Gregynog Conference Centre, Tregynon, Mid Wales

Suggested topic areas:

The language of the law of terrorism
The language of 'the war on terrorism'
The language of those who encourage or sponsor terrorism
Interviewing and assessing terrorist suspects
The rhetoric of modern terrorism

Conference fees to be announced. We will call for papers soon.

Website for Forensic Linguistics Society: www.thefls.org.uk/conference
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