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Program

Tentative program overview:

 

Sunday 8

Monday 9

Tuesday 10

Wednesday 11

Thursday 12

Friday 13

8:30

 

 

 

Registration opens

Registration opens

Re gistration opens

Registration opens

9:00-10:30

Conference opening &

1st plenary

Lachman KHUBCHANDANI

Parallel sessions

2nd & 3rd plenaries

François RECANATI

Mira ARIEL

Parallel sessions

Parallel sessions

10:30-11:00

Coffee/tea

Coffee/tea

Coffee/tea

Coffee/tea

Coffee/tea

11:00-12:30

Parallel sessions

Parallel sessions

4th plenary

Michael BAMBERG

& IPrA General Assembly

Parallel sessions

Parallel sessions

12:30-14:00

Lunch

Lunch

 

 

 

 

 

 

Free afternoon

(Excursions)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Lunch

Lunch

14:00-

15:30

Parallel sessions

Parallel sessions

POSTER SESSION

Parallel sessions

15:30-16:00

Registration

Coffee/tea

Coffee/tea

Coffee/tea

 

Coffee/tea

16:00-17:30

Parallel sessions

Parallel sessions

Parallel sessions

5th & 6th plenaries

Alexandra GEORGAKOPOULOU

Richard BAUMAN

17:30-

18:30 

 

Special  event

(Indian performances) 

How to get published

(workshop for early career scholars) 

 

Conference closing

 

  Welcome reception/dinner

offered by

John Benjamins

 

 

19:00

Conference

dinner

 


All events will take place at the India Habitat Centre (see ´Venue´), except for the Wednesday sessions, which will he held at the Indian Institute of Technology
.
Note that, because of the change of venue on Wednesday, there will be no registration facilities on that day.

Plenary speakers:

Mira ARIEL (Tel Aviv University), Or: Myths and realities
Michael BAMBERG (Clark University, Worcester Massachusetts), Narrative practices and their analysis
Richard BAUMAN (Indiana University, Bloomington), Horizons of Context: From the interaction order to the nation-state
Alexandra GEORGAKOPOULOU (King’s College London), Small stories #trending on social media: Towards a narrative analytic framework for the Web 2.0 era
Lachman KHUBCHANDANI (Symbiosis International University, Pune), Indian sociolinguistics:Language code as ´being´ versus language activity as ´becoming´
François RECANATI (Ecole Normale Supérieure, Paris), Semantic reference and speaker's reference


Please download the PROGRAM and the ABSTRACTS.