LINGUIST List 21.4727|
Wed Nov 24 2010
Calls: General Linguistics, Ling & Literature, Sociolinguistics/USA
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1. Germán Zárate-Sández ,
Georgetown Graduate Portuguese & Hispanic Symposium
Message 1: Georgetown Graduate Portuguese & Hispanic Symposium
From: Germán Zárate-Sández <graphsy2011gmail.com>
Subject: Georgetown Graduate Portuguese & Hispanic Symposium
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Full Title: Georgetown Graduate Portuguese & Hispanic Symposium
Short Title: GRAPHSY 2011
Date: 25-Mar-2011 - 26-Mar-2011
Location: Washington, DC, USA
Contact Person: Germán Zárate-Sández
Meeting Email: < click here to access email >
Web Site: http://gspso.org/category/graduate-portuguese-hispanic-symposium/
Linguistic Field(s): General Linguistics; Ling & Literature; Sociolinguistics
Subject Language(s): Portuguese; Spanish
Call Deadline: 15-Jan-2011
The fourth Graduate Portuguese & Hispanic Symposium (GRAPHSY) will be held March 25th-26th 2011, at Georgetown University in Washington, DC. This year's conference will explore the cultural intersections among languages, nationalities, and identities. Literature and Languages created at the borders, between hegemonic and subaltern spaces, between native and foreign cultures will be approached from different perspectives.
GRAPHSY 2011 Keynote Speakers:
Dr. Liliana Sánchez, Associate Professor at Rutgers University. Her research interests are bilingual syntax, comparative syntax and bilingual education. In bilingual syntax, her current work focuses on interference and convergence at the syntax/pragmatics interface (Spanish-English, Spanish-Quechua). In comparative syntax, she works on the interface between informational structure and morphosyntax (Spanish, Quechua). In the area of bilingual education, she works on language policy, curriculum development and assessment in bilingual education programs.
Dr. Galen Brokaw, Associate Professor of Spanish at SUNY, Buffalo, holds a Ph.D. from Indiana University. His primary area of specialization is colonial Latin America with emphases in historiography, indigenous writing, and Nahuatl language and culture. He is also interested in Andean studies and indigenismo and neo-indigenismo in the 19th and 20th centuries. A History of the Khipu, a book part of the Cambridge Latin American Studies series, was published at the beginning of 2010.
Call for Papers:
We invite the submission of abstracts about the following fields: (i) linguistics, (ii) literature and (iii) cultural studies. Topics may include, but are not limited to:
Language Description / Bilingualism (sociolinguistic and cognitive perspectives) / Spanglish / Sociolinguistics (language policies, education, language rights, language vitality-revitalization)/ Acquisition of indigenous languages / Languages in contact / Creolization / Theoretical analysis of Spanish, Portuguese or indigenous languages (phonetics, phonology, morphology, syntax, semantics, pragmatics)
Literature and Cultural Studies:
'Indigenismo' and Indigenous Literature (oral tradition, chronicles, codices) / Border Studies / Chicano literature /Inclusion and Exclusion Dynamics (narratives and identity, ideas of nation, memory, race, gender) / Canon versus peripheries / Mythologies (cosmology, myths, syncretism, traditional medicines) / Historical Perspectives (archeology, customs, ethnicity) / Other Narratives (mass media, performance, film and video)
Please send your abstract as an attachment to graphsy2011gmail.com (no more than 300 words). The abstract should include the thematic area of research and a brief description of the hypothesis, methodology, and results, if applicable. Abstracts may be submitted in Spanish, Portuguese or English. The final deadline for submission is January 15th, 2011.
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