|Full Title:||Representing and Redefining Specialised Knowledge|
|Short Title:||CLAVIER 2017|
|Start Date:||30-Nov-2017 - 02-Dec-2017|
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|Meeting Description:||The Corpus and LAnguage Variation In English Research Group (CLAVIER) is pleased to announce its 2017 international conference focussing on specialised knowledge and ways in which specialised knowledge is represented and redefined.
CLAVIER shares a methodological framework that combines two complementary strands of linguistic investigation – corpus analysis and discourse analysis – to research on language variation in English, both in quantitative and qualitative terms. Thus, one of the main aims of CLAVIER is to contribute to an integration of quantitative and qualitative methods in research on language variation in terms of diachronic, geographic and socio-cultural dimensions across genres/disciplines/domains and through the methodological tools offered by corpora.
The working languages of the conference are English, Italian, French and Spanish.
Marco Di Sapia
Denise Milizia (University of Bari)
Giuliana Garzone (University of Milan)
Marina Bondi (University of Modena and Reggio Emilia)
Nicholas Brownlees (University of Florence)
Belinda Crawford (University of Pisa)
Marina Dossena (University of Bergamo)
Giuseppe Palumbo (University of Trieste)
Rita Salvi (“La Sapienza” University of Rome)
Elena Tognini Bonelli (University of Siena)
Elena Manca (University of Salento)
Francesca Bianchi (University of Salento)
Christopher Williams (University of Foggia)
Cinzia Spinzi (University of Palermo).
|Linguistic Subfield:||Discourse Analysis; Lexicography; Sociolinguistics|
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