Programme 2018-2019

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Seminars normally take place in room 3.58, 12.10-13.00

AUTUMN

24 October 2018

Katy Brickley & Judith Reynolds (Cardiff University)

Communicative practices within the UK asylum process: Introducing CLCR’s new Post-Doctoral Fellows and their work

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31 October 2018

Andrew Booth (University of Westminster)

“Accentuating my a’s”: Vowel lengthening to /æ:/ in Manx English

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Carol Xue (University of Science and Technology, Beijing)

Mandarin Chinese “儿 (er)” as a Nominal Diminutive:Analysis from Microscopic Perspective

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28 November 2018

Thora Tenbrink (Bangor University)

How our language reveals how we understand the world – and who we are

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SPRING

6 February 2019

Sotaro Kita (University of Warwick)

Semantic representation of Japanese sound symbolic words: Implications for language development and evolution

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13 March 2019

Sole Alba Zollo (University of Naples)

The Council of Europe’s Human Rights Campaigns: A Multimodal Discourse Analysis

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20 March 2019

Zsófia Demjen (University College London)

(Im)Politeness and power in reported interactions between voice-hearers and their voices

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27 March 2019

Rick Iedema (King’s College London)

The theoretical and methodological principles underpinning video-reflexive ethnography (VRE)

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3 April 2019

Jessica Wormald (JP French Associates, York)

Listening to crime: working as a forensic speech analyst

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10 April 2019

Ken Hyland (University of East Anglia)

We are what we write: the role of writing in the academy

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