Judith Reynolds

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Important announcement: LEDS meetings cancelled

Posted on 19 March 2020 by Judith Reynolds

Due to the government advice on remote working and minimizing travel and social contact due to the COVID-19 situation, LEDS is suspending meetings from 16 March for the remainder of the semester. This includes our planned meeting on 25 March, which was to have been facilitated by Almut Koester. Please watch this space for further
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LEDS Session 6 – 4th March – CANCELLED

Posted on 21 February 2020 by Judith Reynolds

Hi all, please be aware that our next session of LEDS, scheduled for 4th March and facilitated by Rachel Stubley (of University of South Wales and Lancaster University), has been cancelled. This is due to the current industrial action. The session has been re-scheduled for Wednesday 29th April, after the Easter break. Rachel will be
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LEDS Session 7 – 25th March – Dr Almut Koester: Linguistic ethnography and corpus linguistics

Posted on 13 February 2020 by Judith Reynolds

We are delighted to announce that on 25th March, the LEDS group will be hosting a distinguished guest speaker, Dr Almut Koester, for a special session entitled Using ethnographic data in designing a small, specialized spoken corpus: The case of care home interactions. Dr Koester is Professor of English Business Communication at Vienna University of
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LEDS Session 3 – Exploring an Ethnohistorical Approach to Multimodality

Posted on 26 November 2019 by Judith Reynolds

post written by Lauren O’Hagan This third session of LEDS (on 20 November) was facilitated by Dr Lauren O’Hagan, Research Associate in the Centre for Language and Communication Research. The aim of the session was to introduce Lauren’s historical approach to ethnography and discuss the potential benefits of grounding multimodal analysis in evidence from archival
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Special Announcement: Ben Rampton on 11 December

Posted on 22 November 2019 by Judith Reynolds

We are excited to welcome one of Linguistic Ethnography’s best-known figures, Professor Ben Rampton (Professor of Applied and Socio-Linguistics at King’s College London), to Cardiff on 11th December and to the LEDS group.  Ben is visiting the Centre for Language and Communication Research (ENCAP) and will give a Research Seminar on the topic of ”Sociolinguistic
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LEDS Session 3 – 20th November: An ethnohistorical approach to multimodality

Posted on 5 November 2019 by Judith Reynolds

Our third LEDS session of this term will be facilitated by Dr Lauren O’Hagan, Research Associate in the Centre for Language and Communication Research. Lauren will talk to us about her innovative research, which explores literacy and class conflict in Edwardian Britain (1901-14) through book inscriptions. Lauren uses an ethnohistorical approach to multimodality, which blends visual
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