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            廖美珍教授应邀参加加拿大温哥华UBC大学法律语言学会议

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         廖美珍教授应邀参加于730-82日在加拿大温哥华英属哥伦比亚大学举行的法律语言学会议,并作了“Cooperation in Chinese Courtroom Discourse"的主题发言。会议的主要信息如下:

Conference Programme

The Pragmatic Turn: Interpretation and Inference in legal interpretation

UBC Vancouver July 30 – August 1, 2014

 Day 1 Wed, July 30

 Opening

15.30 Katharina Wilhelm, Vice-Consul, Legal and Cultural Affairs, Consulate General of the Federal Republic of Germany: Welcome

 16.00 Janet Giltrow, University of British Columbia, and Dieter Stein, Rheinische-Friedrich-Wilhelms-University Bonn and MPG Munich: On Inference and Interpretation

 16.30 Ralf Poscher, Albert-Ludwigs-University Freiburg: The Inferential Structure of Legal Construction

 17.15 Frances Olsen, UCLA: Pragmatic interpretation by judges: The overt and covert deployment of gender bias

 18.00 Reception by the German Consulate General

 Day 2 Thu, July 31

 8.30 Larry Horn, Yale: Telling it slant: Toward a taxonomy of deceit,

 9.15 Meizhen Liao, Central China Normal University, Wuhan: Cooperation in Chinese Courtroom Discourse Revisited

10.20 André Luiz de Oliveira Almeida, Federal University of Paraná: A Possible Description of the Interpretive-Inferential Processes according to Some Concepts of the Relevance Theory

 10.50 Coffee break

 11.15 A tribute to Peter Tiersma (Larry Solan, New York)

 12.00 Business Meeting International Language and Law Association

 12.30 Lunch break

 13.30 Research futures: young scholars colloquium

 14.15 Badriah Khalid Al-Gublan, Princess Nora University Riyadh: A Pragmatic Study of Interdiscursivity from the Perspective of the Linguistic Adaptation Theory

 15.00 Coffee break

 15.30 Hrafn Asgeirsson, University of Iceland: On the Possibility of Non-Literal Legislative Speech

 16.10 Nicholas Allott, Royal Frederick University, Oslo, and Benjamin Shaer, Carleton University, Ottawa: In defence of inferential-intentionalism in legal interpretation

 18.00 Conference dinner

 Day 3 Fri, August 1

 8.30 Ralf Poscher, Albert-Ludwigs-University Freiburg: The Specific Inferential Nature of the Law: An Inferentialist Perspective on Hard Cases

 9.10 Svetlana V. Vlasenko, Moscow: Scoping for Legal Meanings Functional Range: When a Pragmatic Meaning “Overrules” a Grammatical One

 9.50 Brian G. Slocum, Sacramento: Conversational Implicatures and Legal Texts

 10.30 Coffee break

 10.50 Nicholas Allott, Royal Frederick University, Oslo, and Benjamin Shaer, Carleton University, Ottawa: Legal notices and illocutionary force

 11.30 Peter Schneider and Dirk Zielasko, Rheinische-Friedrich-Wilhelms-University Bonn: When is an insult a crime? On diverging conceptualizations and changing legislation

 12.10 Lunch

 13.30 Danièle Bourcier, CNRS Paris: Interpreting argumentative connection in legal discourse

 14.10 Joe Buffington, UCLA: A Pragmatic Analysis of contractual conditionals

 14.50 Friedemann Vogel, Albert-Ludwigs-University Freiburg: Calculate legal meanings? Drawbacks and opportunities of corpus assisted legal linguistics

Coffee break 15.30

 15.50 Janet Giltrow, Margery Fee, Shurli Makmillen, University of British Columbia:

‘A separate cultural field’: judges and dictionaries

 16.30 Larry Solan, New York: Pragmatics in Statutory Interpretation