18.165 ASIALEX 2005

From: Humanist Discussion Group (by way of Willard McCarty willard.mccarty_at_kcl.ac.uk>
Date: Thu, 26 Aug 2004 07:34:08 +0100

               Humanist Discussion Group, Vol. 18, No. 165.
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         Date: Thu, 26 Aug 2004 07:24:53 +0100
         From: "Asialex Singapore" <asialex_at_nus.edu.sg>
         Subject: Call for Papers: ASIALEX 2005 Singapore - Words in Asian
Cultural Contexts

CALL FOR PAPERS
ASIALEX 2005 Singapore :
WORDS IN ASIAN CULTURAL CONTEXTS
1-3 June 2005, The M Hotel
Republic of Singapore
URL: <http://asialex.nus.edu.sg>http://asialex.nus.edu.sg

ASIALEX 2005 will take place in Singapore from 1 3 June 2005, and is
jointly organised by the Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences, the
Department of English Language and Literature, and the Asia Research
Institute at the National University of Singapore. It represents the 2005
biennial conference of the Asian Association for Lexicography (ASIALEX),
and is one of the centennial celebrations of the National University of
Singapore.

The theme of ASIALEX2005 is "Words in Asian Cultural Contexts". The
conference aims to examine the functions and representations of words, and
hopes to bring together scholars of language, linguistics and literature in
an interdisciplinary forum. We encourage papers that focus on a wider
understanding of the word, including Asian contexts in which cultural and
textual hybridity is the norm. The following strands will be covered:
     * lexicology and lexicography
     * sociolinguistics and language pedagogy
     * information and communications technology
     * literary, cultural and postcolonial studies

All presentations should be given in English. Please visit our website,
<http://asialex.nus.edu.sg>http://asialex.nus.edu.sg for more details,
including on-line registration and abstract submission. We invite you to
submit your abstract (max 250 words) as soon as possibe using the on-line
facility, and in any case no later than 31 December 2004.

We hope to see you in Singapore next year!

Sincerely,

Anne Pakir, Peter Tan, Lynn Tan, Vincent Ooi, Ismail Talib, Mark Donohue
Asialex 2005 Organising Committee
Email: <mailto:asialex_at_nus.edu.sg>asialex_at_nus.edu.sg
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