On the occasion of its 10th anniversary in 2019, the AUT Multimodal Research Centre, Auckland, New Zealand is organising a special event to highlight the impact of multimodality across various academic fields marking key theoretical developments and their application in the current and forthcoming works. The focus of the Multimodal Research 2019 conference is diverse application of multimodal theory and methodology.
Event dates: 08-11 December 2019
The conference is hosted by Auckland University of Technology in Auckland, the largest city of New Zealand.
We invite proposals under a wide range of areas:
• Art, Creativity, and Performance
• Business Management
• Family and Children Discourse
• Gender and Sexuality
• Health Communication
• Indigenous Studies
• Learning and Teaching
• Lifestyle, Sport, and Diet
• Literature: Prose and Poetry
• Migrant and Refugee Studies
• Lingua Franca Contexts
• News Media
• Online Activity and Interaction
• Organisational Settings
• Political Communication
• Signs and Space
• Sound and Music
• Film and Cinematography
Selected papers will be published.
The confirmed plenary speakers:
David R. Francis Distinguished Professor
Washington University in St Louis, USA
THEO VAN LEEUWEN
University of Technology, Sydney, Australia
Professor of Multimodal (Inter)action
Auckland University of Technology, Auckland, New Zealand
We invite (1) individual papers; 2) panels (3-4 papers); and 3) posters. All submissions must clearly state abstract title and up to 3 nominated strands. Proposals for both papers and posters should be up to 200 words including references; a panel proposal should not exceed 500 words.
All abstracts will undergo a double-blind review process. Important: abstract files should NOT contain author name(s) and affiliation(s).
Abstracts must be submitted via EasyAbs: http://linguistlist.org/easyabs/MRC2019
DATES AND DEADLINES [3rd and FINAL Call]:
Submissions re-open 05 July 2019 (NZT)
Submission Deadline: 02 August 2019 (NZT) with Notifications of acceptance: 28 August 2019 (NZT).