DNC4 programme | discourseanalysis

Theme | Programme | Registration | Conference format

The conference programme (list of presentations) is posted below.

Please note that presenters have sent us pre-recorded videos all of which will be available for the whole duration of the congress, which means there will be no set times for individual presentations, you will be able to browse and watch them in your own time and at your own pace. There will be virtual chatrooms for each video, feel free to ask questions about or make comments on the videos you will be watching. If you are a presenter, please check back to your virtual chatroom every now and then and react to the comments/questions asked in the meantime.

 

If you are a DiscourseNet member (more information at https://discourseanalysis.net/DN), you can access the congress via the following credentials:

 

https://btk.kre.hu/discoursenet

username: guest

pw: dnc4

 

Please note that the DiscourseNet General Assembly and the election of three legal representatives of DN will be held / combined with the DNC4 programme. 

The General Assembly is scheduled for 20 October 17:00 CEST

After the conference, a book proposal for a thematic volume based on selected conference papers will be submitted to Palgrave Macmillan for the “Postdisciplinary Studies in Discourse” series.

 

Keynote speeches

Lauren Hall-Lew

Discourses of Place and Community in Lockdown: The Lothian Diary Project

 

Elizabeth Peterson

It’s complicated: English in the Nordic countries

 

Regular papers

 

 

Adam Konopka and Lydie Karnikova

Urban toponymy and memory politics in post-communist cities

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Angel Garmpi

TBA

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Benno Herzog and Arturo Lance Porfilio

Talking with racists. Insights from discourse and communication studies on the containment of far-right movements. A critical Review

  1.  

Chiara Zanchi

Words Matter a crowdfunding project on the "power of words in the public debate"

  1.  

Davor David and Josemaria Gligorovski

Discursive Revisioning of the Past Through Translation “Perla” by Carolina de Robertis

  1.  

Dušan Ristić and Dušan Marinković

Biopolitics of Othering During The Covid-19 Pandemic: A Literature Review

  1.  

Gerardo Costabile Nicoletta

The expert and the (neo)peasant. Lay and counter-reflexive practices of research to analyse green economy discourses in the EU

  1.  

Heather Mozley and Chloe Langford

Reverse Mentoring in Medical School: Challenging the Deficit Discourse

  1.  

Ildikó Vaskó

Look, who’s talking!  – the unprepared mind

  1.  

Israa Medhat

(Re-)Organizing Higher Educations´ Institutional Orders - Global Discourses between Dominance and Marginalization

  1.  

Johann W. Unger

Using discourse-historical analysis to examine the ‘hostile environment’ for UK higher education students

  1.  

Julio Antoni Bonatti Santos

The politics of discourse and genocide during COVID-19 global pandemic: the case of Bolsonaro

  1.  

Katharina Sucker

TBA

  1.  

Lyubov Gurevich

Framing Effect Method in Social Discourse Research: the Discrimination Frame from the Experts’ Perspective

  1.  

Maighread Tobin

Using discourse analysis to challenge the dominant narrative of literacy in Ireland

  1.  

Marcin Kosman

A Loss Framed as a Win: Krzysztof Bosak's Presidential Election Night Speech

  1.  

Oana Celia Gherghiu and Alexandru Praisler

Hate Speech Revisited in Romanian Political Discourse: From the Legion of the Archangel Michael (1927-1941) to AUR (2020)

  1.  

Olga Gurova and Tatiana Romashko

Cultural branding meets feminism in Russia: Applying a post-structuralist discourse theory to the case study of Reebok’s #BeMoreHuman ad campaign

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Steven Debbaut

The symbolic crusade of policing drugs

  1.  

Susanne Maria Weber

TBA

  1.  

Thomas Jacobs

Discourse Theory as a framework for the analysis of political strategy. Post-Marxism, hegemony, and the discursive reproduction of society

  1.  

Veronika Katermina, Natalia Ryabchenko, Olga Malysheva and Anna Gnedash

Youtube ecosystem: An experience of linguo-discursive and network analysis

  1.  

Viktorija Mažeikiené

Coping with mis- and disinformation: merging functional-cognitive and media literacy approaches

  1.  

Yannik Porsche

Ethnographic focus groups as a reflexive forum for researchers and practitioners in extremism prevention

  1.  

Yoann Bard, Lydia-Mai Ho-Dac, Josette Rebeyrolle and Silvia Federzoni

Analysis of the reference cohesive ties in students' original draft narratives

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Zsuzsanna Schnell and Christopher Podeschi

Intercultural discussion of conceptual universals in joint online discourse methodology – frames of interpretation to bring on social change