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First Annual Roundtable in Forensic Linguistics September 7th‐8th in Mainz, Germany

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The Germanic Society for Forensic Linguistics (GSFL) First Annual Roundtable in Forensic Linguistics September 7th8th in Mainz, Germany

The Germanic Society for Forensic Linguistics (GSFL) is pleased to announce the first call for papers for the First Annual Roundtable in Forensic Linguistics.

The purpose of the GSFL Roundtable is to provide researchers, teachers, and practitioners working within all sub-­areas of forensic linguistics the opportunity to present and discuss their work within an interdisciplinary setting. For this reason the Roundtable will take place at the end of the 2013 International Summer School for Forensic Linguistic Analysis which this year will also be held in Mainz, Germany from September 2nd-­6th.
http://www.forensiclinguistics.eu/
Abstracts for papers to be presented at the GSFL Roundtable are invited in all of the following areas:
Forensic Linguistics
Speaker identification and voice comparison
Authorship identification, verification, and attribution
Detecting plagiarism
Computational methods of linguistic profiling
Corpus analysis of forensic texts (e.g. confessions, courtroom transcripts, police protocols, suicide letters, threatening letters)
The language of (violent) offenders and/or victims
Language, the Law, and the Legal Process
Courtroom interpreting and translating
Multilingualism and the legal system
Language minorities and the law
Legal discourse and legal texts
Language testing, citizenship, and asylum
Investigative interviewing and/or interrogative practices
Legal policies on presenting expert witness testimony and evidence
Forensic Linguistics and Education
Developing FL programs and curricula
FL instructional materials (textbooks, audiovisual aids, corpora, etc.)
Developing ties with universities and professional organizations
Interdisciplinary challenges and promises
The future of FL education inside and outside of Europe

To encourage continuing interest in the Forensic Linguistics, students are also warmly encouraged to present their work for a special student forum. During these sessions, undergraduate and graduate students will have an opportunity to present their work and receive constructive feedback from peers and scholars in the field.
All interested authors are requested to submit a 250-­word abstract and a completed GSFL information form (see link to pdf above) by June 15, 2013 to Dr. I. M. Laversuch Nick at mavi.yaz@web.de. For papers with more than one author, please complete one information form which includes the details for a single contact person. All submissions must be in either English or German and conform with LSA stylistic regulations. After the deadline, all abstracts will be submitted to a blind review by a team of experts. Authors will receive notification of acceptance by the end of June 2013.
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Dana Römling, B.A.

Heinrich-Heine-University Düsseldorf
Institute for Language and Information
Department of General Linguistics

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