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October 16, 2008

XPRAG 2009 CfP

Experimental Pragmatics Conference 2009, Lyon, France, 23-25th of April.

Lyon will be hosting the 4th Experimental Pragmatics conference in April 2009 (23-25th). This edition will adopt a broad perspective and bring together speakers and discussants from varied theoretical and empirical backgrounds. Invited speakers (including Gerry Altmann, Richard Breheny, Peter Hobson, Boaz Keysar, Walter Schaeken, Julie Sedivy, Michael Tomasello, Kai von Fintel) will present research on four topics :

1) Sentence processing
2) Experimental pragmatics in conditionals
3) Direct reference
4) Autism and Pragmatics

In addition to these thematic sessions, we welcome the submission of papers from scholars who study experimental pragmatics in connection with semantic approaches, language development, impaired communication, non-verbal and non-human communication, non literal language, negation, presupposition, reference, sentence processing,etc. Abstracts will be anonymously refereed by members of the program committee.

The first day of the conference will take place at the Institut des Sciences Cognitives (67 bd. PINEL 69675 Bron) on the eastern border of Lyon and the two last days at the Institut des Sciences de l'Homme (ISH), which is near the downtown area (14, avenue Berthelot, 69007 Lyon).

Date to remember:
Deadline for submission: January 16 2009, 9 pm.

More information to follow on (advanced) registration. The fees are to be determined, but likely to be no more than 60 euros.

To submit a paper and register please visit:
http://xprag.l2c2.isc.cnrs.fr/XPrag/

Abstracts should be one-page plus an additional page for examples,
graphs, tables, and references. We are using an electronic abstract
submission system.

Posted by ira at October 16, 2008 2:55 PM

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