Congreso, coloquio o simposioInfoling 6.27 (2019)
"Communication in the 21st century"
Previous EPICS conferences have addressed issues pertaining to intercultural pragmatics, (im)politeness in interpersonal communication, interlanguage pragmatics, recent developments in relevance theory, language aggression and conflict, pragmatics in mediated communication, instruction of pragmatics through new technologies, or communication, culture and cognition. EPICS IX will be dedicated to analysing and discussing possible (new) interactions between intercultural, cognitive and social approaches in pragmatics with a view to looking into communication in the 21st century. In line with this, the conference theme will be “Communication in the 21st Century: Intercultural, Cognitive and Social Pragmatics” EPICS IX seeks to provide a forum for practitioners of pragmatics and other related disciplines to present on their latest research from social, cognitive or intercultural perspectives, as well as to suggest new avenues for research and share experiences. EPICS IX also wishes to create awareness among graduate students of the interest in pragmatics within the broad field of linguistics. Presentation types: - Individual oral presentations: These must be 20 minutes in length, followed by 10 minutes for questions and discussion. - Themed panels: These must contain a number of thematically-related papers, each of which must be 20 minutes in length, followed by 10 minutes for questions and discussion. Proposals for panels should also include a chair. - Posters: Topics: Topics for presentations may be, but are not limited to, the following: - New or recent interactions between different frameworks or approaches in pragmatics. - Sociocultural and cognitive factors affecting production and comprehension of language/discourse in face-to-face or mediated (by telephone, computer, etc.) communication in a variety of genres (included social networks like Facebook, Twitter, etc.) and settings (classroom, parliaments, service encounters, etc.). - Impact of culture and context on pragmatic processes in comprehension. - New developments, interactions or challenges in pragmatic analyses of: - Morphology, lexicon, syntax and/or prosody. - Procedural meaning. - Types of discourse (professional, academic, political, religious, humorous, etc.). - (Im)Politeness and relational work in diverse settings and communication modes. - Language aggression and conflict. - Expression and processing of emotions. - Projection and understanding of identity. - Figures of speech (irony, metaphor, hyperbole, etc.). - Interlanguage pragmatic development. - Translation and interpreting. - Online vs. offline communication and discourse. · Experimental testing. · Instructional pragmatics and methodological proposals for pragmatics teaching. Submissions: Proposals must be sent as email attachments to the following email addresses: email@example.com and firstname.lastname@example.org
Keynote speakers: - Patricia Bou Franch, University of Valencia. - Marina Terkourafi, University of Leiden. - Jef Verschueren, University of Antwerp.
Jonathan Culpeper, Lancaster University Carlos de Pablos, East Anglia University Antonio García Gómez, Universidad de Alcalá de Henares Marta González Lloret, University of Hawaii at Manoa Maria Jodłowiec, Jagiellonian University, Krákow Miriam Locher, University of Basel Nuria Lorenzo-Dus, Swansea University Carmen Maíz Arévalo, Universidad Complutense de Madrid Rosina Márquez Reiter, University of Surrey Gerrard E. Mugford Fowler, Universidad de Guadalajara Eva Ogiermann, King’s College London Carmen Pérez Sabater, Universidad Politécnica de Valencia Kate Scott, Kingston University London Camilla Vasquez, University of South Florida Dimitra Vladimirou, Coventry University Tim Wharton, University of Brighton
Manuel Padilla Cruz (email@example.com) Reyes Gómez Morón (firstname.lastname@example.org) Lucía Fernández Amaya (email@example.com) María de la O Hernández López (firstname.lastname@example.org) Manuel Mejías Borrero (email@example.com) Daniel Calvo Carmona (firstname.lastname@example.org) Bethany Aull (email@example.com) Mª del Carmen González Cortés Rebeca Company Almagro
Institución: Universidad Pablo de Olavide