Announcement

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 faciliated 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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LEDS first session of 2019-20: Introducing linguistic ethnography – Wednesday 16th October

Posted on 7 October 2019 by Judith Reynolds

The Linguistic Ethnography Discussion and Study Group (LEDS) is a Cardiff-based forum for collaborative exploration of questions about how social and linguistic processes are interrelated, and about how and why ethnographic methods can be usefully combined with approaches to studying language.   Meetings of LEDS will be running in 2019-20 at Cardiff University, co-ordinated by
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Special Announcement: Rick Iedema on 27th March

Posted on 15 February 2019 by Judith Reynolds

As some of you may be aware, Professor Rick Iedema (Director of the Centre for Team-based Practice & Learning in Health Care, King’s College London) is visiting the Centre for Language and Communication Research (ENCAP), on 27th March 2019. Rick will be giving a Research Seminar as part of the CLCR Seminar Series, entitled “Why
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LEDS Session 6th February – Language, culture and social difference: Using linguistic ethnography to explore collective class identity in cultural texts

Posted on 29 January 2019 by Judith Reynolds

Dear LEDS peeps, We are looking forward to getting together next week for the first time in 2019, on Wednesday 6th February.  Our session will run from 4.30-5.30pm (with optional discussion continuing until 6pm) in Room 2.46, John Percival Building, Cardiff University Colum Drive campus (note that this is a different room from last term’s meetings).
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