|Organisator(en)||Krifka, Manfred, Friederike Buch, Marvin Schmitt & Tue Trinh|
|Veranstaltungsbeginn||25.06.2020, 09.00 Uhr|
|Veranstaltungsende||27.06.2020, 15.00 Uhr|
Speech acts, according to Searle, are the minimal units of human communication. Yet they rarely come in isolation but are related to the context and content of communication, and in turn change this context and content. A proper understanding of speech acts, as well as of communication, requires a close analysis of the ways how speech acts contribute to discourse, and how discourses are shaped by speech acts. In this workshop we will discuss theoretical proposals and empirical evidence that help to disentangle and clarify the nature of this relation between speech acts and discourse.
The workshop was planned as a regular workshop with poster session. Due to the Corona virus pandemic, it was first postponed, but now we carry out a reduced version online. We plan for a future workshop on a similar topic.
The workshop will be carried out via Zoom. In case you are interested, please register by sending an e-mail to Friederike Buch, firstname.lastname@example.org, after which we will provide you with a Zoom link.
The indicated times refer to European Daylight Saving Time.
Talks will be moderated and should take about 30 – 40 minutes, with 10 – 20 minutes discussion.
Th June 25
Fr June 26
Please log in around 15:30 for some small talk (sorry, no drinks provided)
Marvin Schmitt, ZAS Berlin
Asher, Nicholas & Julie Hunter, U Toulouse
Ginzburg, Jonathan, U Paris 7
Friederike Buch, ZAS Berlin
Katja Jasinskaja, U Köln
Edgar Onea, U Graz
Regine Eckardt & Eva Csipak, U Konstanz
David Beaver, U Texas at Austin:
Julian Schlöder, U Amsterdam