April 22-25, 2010 – IGS Sponsoring Two Events at the Eastern Communication Association Convention

The Institute of General Semantics will be sponsoring two programs at the Eastern Communication Association convention in Baltimore, Maryland. Information is listed below.


Eastern Communication Association
101st Annual Convention
Baltimore, MD
April 22-25, 2010

@ Hyatt Regency on the Inner Harbor
300 Light St., Baltimore, MD 21202
http://ecasite.org


Thursday, April 22, 2010
2.4.05 / 2:45 – 4:00 p.m.
Competitive Papers in General Semantics

This panel features competitively-selected papers from the Institute of General Semantics, an affiliate organization of the ECA for this year.

Sponsor: Institute of General Semantics
Chair: Lance Strate, Fordham University
Respondent: Bill Petkanas, Western Connecticut State University

“Let Them Eat Yellow Cake: The Consequences of General Semantics Violations in Public Affairs”(*)
Mark Hickson, III, University of Alabama at Birmingham
Larry Powell, University of Alabama at Birmingham

“Farewell to Dad: Two Brothers Eulogize Senator Ted Kennedy”
Stephanie Gibson, University of Baltimore

“Reacting to Reactions: Systemic Implications of September 11 to the Body and to the Body Politic: Electronic Media and Patterns of Production and Consumption”
Donna Flayhan, SUNY New Paltz

(*)Top Paper


Saturday, April 24, 2010
4.6.01 / 3:15 – 4:30 p.m.
Focus on the Future: The Chart is Not the Course You Travel

This panel features a roundtable discussion about the future of general semantics as a discipline and field of study.

Sponsor: Focus on the Future / Institute of General Semantics
Chair: Lance Strate, Fordham University

Mary Alexander, Marist College
Thom Gencarelli, Manhattan College
Stephanie Gibson, University of Baltimore
Martin Levinson, Institute of General Semantics
Bill Petkanas, Western Connecticut State University

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