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Dear discourse researchers,
the 2/2019 issue of the Journal for Discourse has been published. It contains the following articles:
*New publication on responsibility in climate engineering expert discourses.*
Matzner, Nils; Barben, Daniel (2020): Climate Engineering as a Communication Challenge: Contested Notions of Responsibility Across Expert Arenas of Science and Policy. In: Science Communication 42 (1), 107554701989940. DOI: 10.1177/1075547019899408. https://journals.sagepub.com/doi/10.1177/1075547019899408
Dear DiscourseNet members,
Two new volumes on Discourse Studies came out in January in the Postdisciplinary Studies of Discourse series (edited by Johannes Angermuller and members of the DN board):
Por fin lanzamos Refracción, la revista abierta sobre lingüística materialista editada por el INLIMA (Instituto de Lingüística Materialista, Murcia, España).
We invite applications for participating in the 6th DiscourseNet Summer School in Tutzing (close to Munich), Bavaria, in the south of Germany, 30 June – 3 July 2020.
What can you expect?
This is to share a recent publication of ours, which discusses the unequal distribution of citations in Applied Linguistics:
Johannes Angermuller and Julian Hamann (2019) "The celebrity logics of the academic field. The unequal distribution of citation visibility of Applied Linguistics professors in Germany, France, and the United Kingdom." Zeitschrift für Diskursforschung 1(2019): 77-93.
Submissions for Vol. VIII are accepted from now and until the end of 2020 and will be published immediately upon acceptance based on the journal’s all-year-round publishing policy.
We wish you and yours a very happy and joyous holiday season!
A few weeks ago, DiscourseNet became an association and we are delighted to launch "DiscourseNet. International Association for Discourse Studies". We would like to invite you to join this association and to contribute to future activities. Please write to email@example.com if you want to become a founding member of the association and we will soon get back to you.
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The DFG Collaborative Research Centre 1369 “Cultures of Vigilance. Transformations – Spaces – Techniques” at the LMU Munich, one of the leading research universities in Europe, is advertising
four visiting scholarships for PhD candidates
starting from March 2020, for a period of three to six months each. Scholarship awardees will receive a monthly grant of 1.356 euros and travel expenses to and from Munich at the beginning and end of the three- or six-month-term will be covered.