We are pleased to announce The Nottingham Workshop 2018: On the ‘WHY’ of text analysis and Mood and Speech Function, in honour of Margaret Berry on the occasion of her 80th birthday.
The workshop will take place over one and a half days on 25 & 26 June 2108 at Nottingham University. The theme for the first day is ‘the WHY of text analysis’. In SFL discussions, it seems to be assumed that text analysis is an end in itself. In this part of the workshop we hope to tease out our various reasons for engaging in text analysis and to consider the suitability or otherwise of SFL for our various purposes. The theme for the second day is ‘Different SFL approaches to Speech Function and Mood’. The aim of the second day is to consider different approaches to speech function and mood within SFL and invited speakers will be contributing one or more such positions. There will also be time on both days for lots of discussion involving everyone in attendance. It will no doubt be a very interesting and stimulating two days!
The programme will be available soon. Confirmed speakers include:
Margaret Berry, Chris Butler, Peter Stockwell, Sheena Gardner, Ben Clarke, Ana Martinez Insua, Sarah Mukherjee, Tom Bartlett, Gerard O’Grady, Robin Fawcett, Hilary Hillier, Eija Ventola, Miriam Taverniers, Rebekah Wegener.
If you would like to join us in Nottingham for this special event, please register by following the link below. Registration for the 1.5 day workshop is £20 and includes lunch.
Outline of the programme;
2.00 – 3.45: The ‘WHY’ of text analysis part 1
3.45-4.15: Coffee break
4.15 – 6.00: The ‘WHY’ of text analysis part 2
9.45 – 10.45: Plenary (Chris Butler)
10.45 – 11.00: Coffee break
11.00 – 1.00: Speech Function and Mood part 1
1.00 – 2.00: Lunch
2.00 – 4.00: Speech Function and Mood part 1
4.00 – 4.15: Coffee break
4.15 – 5.00: Closing plenary discussion
Places at the workshop are limited and will be given on a first-come basis. We will keep a waiting list.
To register, please complete the registration form available here: REGISTER
(Registration deadline is June 15 2018, see registration form for details)
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Account title: European Systemic Functional Linguistics
IBAN: GB61 CPBK 0892 9965 7513 36
BIC: CPBK GB22
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Account number: 65751336
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