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3rd DiscourseNet - Asociación Latinoamericana de Estudios del Discurso

DNC3-ALED Discourse Studies Congress

 

Knowledge and Power in a Polycentric World

Discourses across languages, cultures, space

 

11-14 September 2019

Paris-Seine
Université de Cergy-Pontoise, Gennevilliers site

Adress: avenue Marcel-Paul, 92230 Gennevilliers

 

RER C direction Pontoise / Montigny-Beauchamp, stop GennevilliersMetro Line 13 last stop Asnières-Gennevilliers / Les Courtilles, then Tram Line T1, stop Gare de Gennevilliers. Bus Lines 138/166/178/240/340/378 stop Rond-point Pierre Timbaud

You can find the collection of short papers by following this link.
 

Programme DNC3-ALED

 

 

Detailed Programme

 



 

11 September

 

 

*** 9:30 Welcoming the participants ***

 

 

*** 10:00-12:00 Opening amphithéâtre ***

 Johannes Angermuller, Dominique Maingueneau, Luciana Radut-Gaghi

 

 

*** 12:00 Cocktail hall 1st floor ***
 

  

*** 13:00-15:00 Panels and Sessions ***

Rooms 1-9


 

13:00-15:00

Room 1 SESSION Populism and Post-Truth

Michael Kranert, University of Southampton, What is Populism and who is a Populist? – A political keyword in action

Marie Reetz, University of Antwerp, Truth – Irony – “Post-Truth”: Populist discourse in France and Germany

Junling Zhu, University of Massachusetts, Populism in Trump’s inaugural address

Catherine Bouko, Ghent University, Emotion patterns in citizens’ reactions to Brexit on social media
 

 

13:00-15:00

Room 2 SESSION Политика и дискурс идентичности

Nicolas Akhmedov, Дискурс современных марксистских исследований: взгляд из России

Marina Terskikh, Dostoevsky Omsk State University, Социальная реклама и национальная идентичность: отражение и формирование. Исследо2вание лингвистического ландшафта как «дискурса полиэтнического города» 

Natalia Peshkova, Bashkir State University, Исследование лингвистического ландшафта как «дискурса полиэтнического города»

Victoria Maryanchik, Larisa Popova, Northern (Arctic) Federal University, Лингводидактический потенциал конфликтных зон в политическом дискурсе
 

 

13:00-15:00

Room 3 PANEL Ethnographic Discourse Studies: Comparative, political and polycentric perspectives (continued at 16:15)

Yannik Porsché, Jaspal Naveel Singh 

Kaushalya Perera, University of Colombo, Sri Lanka, Governance and ethics in policy settings: Affordances of an ethnographic discourse studies approach

Yalız Akbaba, Johannes Gutenberg University Mainz, Germany, Neo-authoritarian movements and scientific knowledge production: Discourse ethnography on the new battle over ‘critique'

Christian Meier zu Verl, University of Konstanz, Germany, Ethnomethodological ethnography and discourse studies: Respecifying knowledge and power in ethnography

Harald Sick, Johann Wolfgang Goethe University Frankfurt, Germany, If I can make it there. I'll make it anywhere? Ein Blick in die Blackbox des EU-Lobbyismus mittels Diskursnetzwerkanalyse oder vom Versuch möglichst Unsichtbares, sichtbar zu Machen

Massimiliano Spotti and A. Smits, Tilburg University, The Netherlands, On being trapped into the wheels of integration: The case of a Somali migrant in a small village in The Netherlands

Valentina Luccarelli, Rosa Scardigno, Giuseppe Mininni, University of Bari “Aldo Moro”, Gratefulness to God in questions and answers websites: An ethnographical and diatextual approach

Rosa Scardigno, Altomare Enza Zagaria, Giuseppe Mininni, University of Bari “Aldo Moro”, Fake news and anti-politics: A diatextual approach

Yannik Porsché, Bundeswehr University Munich, Germany, Categorisation practices in institutional practices and public discourse of extremist prevention and de-radicalisation

Jaspal Naveel Singh, The University of Hong Kong, SAR China, The polycentric signification of the phallus in breakin battles in Delhi

Eva Brauer and Tamara Dangelmaier, German Police University, Germany, Raumwissen bei der Polizei: Normalitätsherstellungen im öffentlichen Raum

Vivien Sommer, Leibniz Institute for Research on Society and Space, Erkner, Germany, Comparative perspectives on the border in Polish-German regions: An ethnographic discourse analysis of interstices in a polycentric context

Endre Dányi, Johann Wolfgang Goethe University, Germany, After sadness: Melancholy ethnography in the post-truth era

Felicitas Macgilchrist, Georg Eckert Institute for International Textbook Research, and University of Goettingen, Germany, Discourse ethnography of data infrastructures

Discussant: Christian Meyer (University of Konstanz, Germany) christian.meyer@uni-konstanz.de
 

 

13:00-15:00

Room 4 PANEL Hermès. La communication européenne 

Axel Boursier 

Joanna Nowicki, LT2D, Université de Cergy-Pontoise, Révolution conservatrice, démocratie illibérale - analyse d'un malentendu

Axel Boursier, LT2D, Université de Cergy-Pontoise, Circulation des discours de haine au sein de la sphère numérique

Luciana Radut-Gaghi, LT2D, Université de Cergy-Pontoise, Le Conseil de l'Europe à l'épreuve de l'incommunication

Thomas Jacobs, Ghent University, Post-structuralist political economy? A Study of Trade Politics in the European Parliament from a Discourse-theoretical Perspective
 

 

13:00-15:00

Room 5 PANEL Estudos discursivos à brasileira: deslocamentos teóricos e metodológicos (continued at 16:15)

Marco Antonio Almeida Ruiz

Marco Antonio Almeida Ruiz, Federal University of São Carlos, EHESS, O discurso científico nas tramas da história: as redes de pesquisa discursiva à moda brasileira

Renata de Oliveira Carreon, Federal University of São Carlos, Estereótipos na umbanda: entidades e representação social

Samuel Ponsoni, Universidade do Estado de Minas Gerais, Júlia Lourenço, Universidade Federal de São Carlos, A escrita da história discursiva à brasileira: o caso Roberto Leiser Baronas

Livia Maria Falconi Pires, Centro Universitário Central Paulista, A tomada do espaço público: a constituição da imagem das mulheres políticas em campanha eleitoral presidencial no Brasil

Paula Camila Mesti, Universidade Federal de São Carlos, Rupturas na discursividade política feminina: deslocamentos teóricos-metodológicos do ethos discursivo

Ligia Mara Boin Menossi de Araújo, Federal University of São Carlos, Universidade de São Paulo, O humor como um campo: estudo discursivo sobre a #elenao nas redes sociais no Brasil eleitoral

Letícia Clares, Universidade Federal de São Carlos, Tratamento editorial de textos científicos: estudos de autoria na Análise do Discurso

Pâmela da Silva Rosin, Universidade Federal de São Carlos, Considerações sobre a técnica de "cadernos de lugar-comum": uma análise discursiva dos cadernos de notas de intelectuais brasileiros


 

13:00-15:00 

Room 6 PANEL Ciudadanía digital y debates políticos en México 

Danielle Zaslavsky

Danielle Zaslavsky, El Colegio de Mexico, De un formato a otro: las escenografías de los debates electorales mexicanos de 2018

Elin Emilsson, Universidad Pedagogica Nacional, Podrán cambiar el capataz, pero el finquero sigue siendo el mismo: un análisis de la interacción en los medios sociales del discurso del EZLN frente al triunfo de AMLO en México, 2018

Eva Salgado Andrade, Los tuiteros frente a los debates electorales presidenciales (México, 2018)

Verónica Cuevas, Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México, La doxa como mecanismo de construcción del ethos en el discurso de campaña de Andrés Manuel López Obrador
 

 

13:00-15:00

Room 7 PANEL Sociomaterial Polycentricity – About the Relation between Discourse and Materiality

Simon Egbert, Patrick Bettinger

Simon Egbert, Universität Hamburg, The multimodality of discourses: a view from Science and Technology Studies

Patrick Bettinger, Universität zu Köln, The materiality and mediality of discursive practices. Inquiring hybrid forms of subjectivation in Makerspaces and FabLabs

Kerstin Rabenstein, University of Göttingen, Things, Practices and Discourses as Elements in a Dispositif. The question of power and the example of ‘individual advancement’

 

 

13:00-15:00

Room 8 SESSION Políticas lingüísticas: espacios de exclusión y resistencia

Del Carmen Daher, Alice Moraes Rego De Souza, UFF, CNPq, Nova racionalidade na educação brasileira? Análise discursiva de versões da base nacional comum curricular de língua estrangeira

Cleide Emília Faye Pedrosa, Universidade Federal de Sergipe, Língua, cultura e espaço social da comunidade surda brasileira: acesso à universidade no contexto da educação bilíngue

Katia Alexsandra Dos Santos, Universidade Estadual do Centro-Oeste, A Análise do Discurso e o compromisso social: discursividades em torno do feminino na contemporaneidade

Marisela Colín, Leonardo Herrera González, Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México, Performatividad online y offline de dos comunidades indígenas en Mexico. Nuevos significados sobre quiénes son y cómo pueden vivir en la modernidad reciente

Silvia Gutierrez, Yazmin Cuevas-Cajiga, Universidad Autónoma Metropolitana- Xochimilco, Facultad de Filosofía y Letras-Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México  (FFyL-UNAM), Análisis argumentativo de la Iniciativa de Decreto de Reforma Educativa 2013 presentada por el representante del Estado mexicano Enrique Peña Nieto


 

13:00-15:00

Room 9 PANEL Analyse du discours et institution judiciaire : réflexions, pratiques, et contributions en linguistique légale ou forensique 

Julien Longhi

Julien Longhi, Agora, UCP, Institut Universitaire de France, Analyse du discours et institution judiciaire, état des lieux et perspectives

Dominique Lagorgette, Université Savoie Mont Blanc, Analyse de discours appliquée à la linguistique légale dans des procès sur la liberté d'expression (France, 2004-2018)

Marty Laforest, Université du Québec à Trois-Rivières, Francis Fortin, Université de Montréal, Geneviève Bernard Barbeau, Université du Québec à Trois-Rivières, Le tweet comme indice de danger. Comment les spécialistes de la surveillance des réseaux sociaux évaluent-ils les messages haineux ?

Julien Longhi, Alexandra Freeman, Franck Partouche, Cécile Jacob, Frédéric Herry, Marie Deviterne, Stéphane Foucaud, La linguistique appliquée à la criminalistique : exemple du champ d'action de l'analyse du discours au domaine judiciaire

Adriana Do Carmo Figueiredo, Federal de Minas Gerais [Belo Horizonte], FALE/POSLIN/UFMG, Identité sociale et Identité discursive : la scène aphorisante dans les pratiques judiciaires




 

*** 15:00-16:00 Guest speaker Laura Pardo ***


 

*** 16:15-18:15 Panels and Sessions ***

Rooms 1-8

 

 

16:15-18:15

Room 1 PANEL DIPAC. Discours et pratiques de positionnement académique

Françoise Dufour, Johannes Angermuller, Eduardo Chavez Herrera, Johannes Beetz, Shafiq Hashim, Maude Vadot

Johannes Angermuller, Open University, Between ‘stardom' and ‘deadwood'. Academia as a discursive practice

Johannes Beetz, University of Warwick, The Discursive (Re)Production of Sociology. Practices and Disciplinarity

Eduardo Chávez Herrera, University of Warwick, ’I am here, but I'm also there’: discursive practices of positioning among semiotics scholars

Françoise Dufour, University of Warwick, ’To be or not to be’. Reconnaissance académique et injonction de visibilité

Shafiq Hashim, University of Warwick, Discursive Construction of Academic and Institutional Identity of Malaysian Universities and Academics: A Genre Approach to CV

Maude Vadot, Université Savoie Mont Blanc, laboratoire LLSETI (EA 3706), Posture de recherche, posture d’engagement : éléments pour une réflexion épistémologique

 

 

16:15-18:15

Room 2 SESSION Discurso de resistencia y movimientos sociales

Julio Escamilla, Universidad del Atlántico, Insatisfacciones, reivindicaciones y rebeldía en un corpus de grafitis contestatarios producidos en Colombia

Maria Cristina Giorgi, Luisa Araújo Peixoto, Discursos contra a “corrupção”, discursos de ódio e internet: o espetáculo nas eleições ou as eleições como espetáculo no Brasil?

Nara Maria Fiel De Quevedo Sgarbi, Lilia Odete Oliveira, Unigran, Universidad Nacional Mayor de San Marcos - UNMSM (PERU), Efeitos de sentido: discursos de ódio e implicações para a educação escolar indígena

Roco Flax, CONICET-Universidad de Buenos Aires – Argentina, La categorizacion del inmigrante en el discurso oficial argentino

María Carla Picón Chaparro, ALED Venezuela, El discurso sociocultural de la “canción inédita” en el Festival de la Leyenda Vallenata

 

 

16:15-18:15

Room 3 PANEL Ethnographic Discourse Studies: Comparative, political and polycentric perspectives (suite)

Yannik Porsché, Jaspal Naveel Singh 


 

16:15-18:15 

Room 4 PANEL Redes sociales, medios digitales, big data y campañas electorales: aportes del análisis del discurso para su comprensión, résumés déposés individuellement

Adrian Vergara Heidke

Adrian Vergara Heidke, Universidad de Costa Rica, Subjetividad y campaña electoral: descortesía, valoración y actos de habla expresivos en comentarios de Facebook

Pedro Santander Molina, Pontificia Universidad Católica de Valparaíso, Los límites y desafíos del Análisis del Discurso en el contexto digital

Cristian González Arias, Pontifica Universidad Católica de Valparaíso, Leer la opinión en redes sociales en periodos de campaña electoral presidencial

Larissa Tristán, Ignacio Siles, Pedro Campos, Universidad de Costa Rica, Las noticias sobre asuntos no públicos y la construcción de esfera pública durante las elecciones presidenciales en Costa Rica 2018: un análisis del discurso subjetivo expresado en los comentarios de los lectores y lectoras de medios digitales

 

 

16:15-18:15

Room 5 PANEL Estudos discursivos à brasileira: deslocamentos teóricos e metodológicos (suite)

Marco Antonio Almeida Ruiz 

 

 

16:15-18:15

Room 6 SESSION Political affects and emotion patterns

Nikola Venkov, Independent scholar, Discourse theory and the faulty concept of digital ‘echo chambers’: a case study on the ‘gender scare’ in Bulgaria

Raili Marling, University of Tartu, (Ab)uses of Gender in Populist Constructions of European Identity: Discourse Analysis as a Tool for Studying Political Affect

Adam Konopka, University of Gdańsk, The crucial moment. An analysis of the parliamentary discussion on the 1956 abortion law in context of the birth control discourse in Polish People’s Republic

Irina Bekoeva, Tatiana Tameryan, North Ossetia State University, Ethno-specific aspects of Pre-election political communication

Sandani Yapa Abeywardena, University of Colombo, Judgment as Genre: A Genre Analysis of Legal Judgements delivered by the Supreme Court of Sri Lanka

 

 

16:15-18:15      

Room 7 SESSION Médias, médiations

Julien Longhi, Agora, UCP, Albin Wagener, INALCO, CoDiRé, Être un influenceur numérique sur LinkedIn : de la mise en scène énonciative au pouvoir discursif

Vitaly Buduchev, Groupe de recherches interdisciplinaires sur les processus d'information et de communication Sorbonne Université : EA1498, L'expression de l'interdiscours journalistique transnational à travers la culture professionnelle des reporters à l'étrangers et l'identité éditoriale des titres de presse

Abdelouafi El Otmani, Agora, UCP, Julien Longhi, Agora, UCP, Boris Borzic, ETIS, UCP, L'argumentation par l'ironie et le sarcasme sur twitter

Érika De Moraes, Universidade Estadual Paulista, Destacamento e memória discursiva: efeitos de sentido sobre o Brasil no jornalismo internacional contemporâneo (Détachement et mémoire discursive: effets de sens sur le Brésil dans le journalisme international contemporain)

Sandrine Reboul-Toure, Université Sorbonne Nouvelle - Paris 3, Clesthia, Transmission de la science et nouvelles sphères d'activité langagière : les blogs scientifiques francophones

 

 

16:15-18:15

Room 8 SESSION The discourse of institutions / Речи учреждений

Lyudmila Saburova, Дискурсы в сфере здоровья: перераспределение символической власти

Olga Lisitsyna, The Tver State University, Дискурс сексуальности в российской дворянской культуре конца XVIII – первой половины XIX в. 

Evgeny Varshaver, Anna Rocheva, RANEPA, Краеведческие музеи как пространства производства этничности в локальных контекстах: свидетельство из нескольких регионов России

Svetlana Urazova, Irina Volkova, Mедиадискурс: трансформация экранных коммуникаций в российском телеформате «ток-шоу »

 

 

 

12 September

 

*** 8:30 / 9:00-11:00 Panels and Sessions ***

Rooms 1-7

 

9:00-11:00

Room 1 SESSION From ‘Islamophobia’ to counter strategies

Mohsen Abbaszadeh Marzbali, University of Mazandaran, Iran, Contextual Conceptualization of Political Modernity (Beyond the Defected Cycle of Orientalism’s Heritage)

Marina Solnyshkina, Olga Palutina, Elena Harkova, Elzara Gafiyatova, Kazan (Volga region) Federal University, Tales of two Muslims: The case of Russian National Corpus and Tatarstan Press in 2014 – 2018

Sepideh Abedi Farizani, Philipps University Marburg, Academic Knowledge Production as ‘Discourse Heterotopia’: Refugee’s Subject Position between Risk and Resource

Dhiaa Kareem Ali, University of Kufa, Fakebooks inside Facebook: The Use of Fake News in Iraq

Katharina Gallant, Center for Development Research (ZEF), Discourse on the Framing of Jews and Muslims in German Print Media


 

9:00-11:00  

Room 2 PANEL Symbolic Crusades and Discursive Struggles - Analyzing Regimes of Power/Knowledge with the Sociology of Knowledge Approach to Discourse

Sasa Bosancic, Steffen Hamborg

Steffen Hamborg, Carl Von Ossietzky Universität Oldenburg, Saša Bosančić, University of Augsburg, Ontological and methodological remarks on the SKAD perspective

Matthias S. Klaes, University of Augsburg, Claudia Foltyn, University of Augsburg

Simone I. Lackerbauer, University of Augsburg, Comparing Energy Discourses – The controversies on hydraulic fracturing and shale gas in Germany, France and Poland

Christine Preiser, Augsburg University, Marlen Löffler, Augsburg University, Governing prostitution the ‘appropriate' way - The politics of knowledge in the legal regulation of prostitution in contemporary Germany

Arne Böker, Leibniz University Hannover, Justification of Gifted Education Programs

 

 

9:00-11:00

Room 3 PANEL Sémantique argumentative et phénomènes sociaux

Marianne Liisberg, Zoé Camus, Alfredo Lescano

Zoé Camus, EHESS, Le vote, un protocole auto-légitimant : étude d'une assemblée de Nuit Debout

Alfredo Lescano, Université de Toulouse, Sémantique et mouvements sociaux : le cas du zadisme

Marianne Liisberg, Roskilde University, Comprendre les micros-évolutions d'un conflit social au croisement de la sémantique et la politique

Marion Carel, EHESS, Dinah Ribard, EHESS, Poésie ouvrière et action politique : de l'analyse sémantique à l'action historique

Elisabeth Miche, Université Pompeu Fabra, Barcelone, Le dispositif énonciatif dans une procédure de recours de cassation

 

  

8:30-11:00 

Room 4 PANEL Russian mass media of the post-Soviet information space / Российская медиасреда постсоветского информационного пространства: дискурсивные практики (“The Russian media environment of the post-Soviet information space: discursive practices”)

Roman Bakanov

Roman Bakanov, Institute of social and philosophical sciences and mass communications of Kazan (Volga region) Federal University, Дискурсивные практики современной российской медийной критики (“Discursive Practices of Modern Russian Media Criticism”)

Lilia Egorova, Репрезентация этноконфессиональных отношений в масс-медиа полиэтнического региона: опыт дискурс-анализа (“Representation of ethnic and confessional relations in the media of a multi-ethnic region: Experience of Discourse Analysis”)

Valeria Korunova, Kazan State University, Медиариторика обсуждения экологических конфликтов в России (“Media rhetoric of the discussion of environmental conflicts in Russia”)

Dmitry Tumanov, Образ А.С., Пушкина в постсоветском медиадискурсе (“The Image of A.S. Pushkin in the Post-Soviet Media Discourse”)

Vitaly Buduchev, Groupe de recherches interdisciplinaires sur les processus d'information et de communication, Sorbonne Université, Проблемы автономизации российского медийного пространства. Легитимация контроля над медиа через дискурс о национальных традициях

 

 

8:30-11:00

Room 5 SESSION Discurso, conocimiento y acción

Tamires Conti, UFSCAR, Narrativa do acontecimento discursivo científico: uma abordagem discursivo-genealógica da linguística brasileira

Vanise Medeiros, Universidade Federal Fluminense (UFF), Das dobras sobre a palavra

Kerleiane De Sousa Oliveira, José Ribamar Lopes Batista Júnior, Universidade Federal do Piauí, Discurso da lei sobre a formação continuada de professores alfabetizadores no Brasil

Márcio Evaristo Beltrão, Solange Maria De Barros, Universidade Federal de Mato Grosso, Formação docente queer em Mato Grosso: um estudo crítico do discurso

E. Mercedes Duarte Alvarado, Universidad Complutense de Madrid – Spain, Carisma o Mesianismo? Estudio pragmatico-discursivo del liderazgo de Hugo Chavez

Daniela Ibarra, Lancaster University - United Kingdom, Derechos humanos y construccion del pasado reciente en tweets de programas politicos de television en Chile


 

9:00-11:00

Room 6 SESSION Positionnements discursifs

Béatrice Turpin, LT2D, UCP, « Quand dire, c'est faire ». Position de la question à l'aune de la réception

Noémie Marignier, Pléiade, Université Paris 13, CLESTHIA - Langage, systèmes, discours - Université Sorbonne Nouvelle - Paris 3, Analyse du discours dite française et études de genre : quelles rencontres ?

Svetlana Mikhaylova, Institut des langues étrangères de l'Université pédagogique municipale de Moscou, Le discours pédagogique à l'époque du numérique

Başak Demir, Université Galatasaray, Discours anti-intellectualiste en Turquie, en tant qu'une sorte de discours de haine : le cas des ‘Universitaires pour la paix'


 

9:00-11:00

Room 7 SESSION Cadrages discursifs en politique 

Amadou Ouattara Adou, Aimée-Danielle Lezou Koffi, Centre de recherche en Littérature et Sciences du langage (CRELIS), Une analyse des textes du Zouglou, musique urbaine de Côte d'Ivoire : vers une (re)définition du discours politique

Ingrid Peruchi, Université Paris Ouest Nanterre La Défense, Émergence du Brésil : les limites du Sud Global dans le discours de Jair Bolsonaro

Thi Thanh Phuong Nguyen Pochan, Centre d'études sur les médias, les technologies et l'internationalisation, Université Paris 8 Vincennes-Saint-Denis, De l'espace public de communication à l'espace public de communion : La médiatisation du discours nationaliste hégémonique au Vietnam

Francoise Sullet-Nylander, Malin Roitman, Stockholm University, De l'acte d'accusation dans les débats politiques. Étude comparative France (2017) vs Suède (2018)




 

*** 11:15-12:15 Guest speaker Patrick Charaudeau ***

« Le discours populiste comme symptôme d’une crise des pouvoirs »


 

 

*** 13:30-17:00 Unconference ***

Foyer des étudiants et espace CNEUF 

 

In three ´unconferencing´ sessions you will have the chance to bring in ad hoc themes of your choice in order to gather with interested people in self organized small group sessions. Any topic can be suggested and be adressed in session, I, II or III or even all of them. The ad hoc group sessions in our "unconference”  will be in ´barcamp´ / ´open space´ style and offer lots of different choices how to use this precious time slot like for example ...

 

        + your ad hoc group gatherings

        + your meetings for special interest groups

        + your break out spaces for theme development

        + your thematic networking

        + your spontaneous discussions

        + your creative imagination

        + your small group research strategy development

        + your planning of academic political action,


 

13.30 - 14.15 theme collection for session I, II & III groupings

 

        We invite people interested in topics like …

 

  • transnational digitality in a discourse perspective  (convenor: Jan Krasni - session I)

  • gender discourse networking ...

  • sustainability discourse networking (Susanne Weber - session II) 

  • discourse intervention and heterotopic spaces (convenor: Susanne Weber - session III) 

  • and all your interesting topics …

 

  • to be collected in advance, during the conference AND during the theme collection phase …

 

Together with the programme, you find a document for sending in your topic, your name, session of your choice in advance. Please send it to susanne.maria.weber@uni-marburg.de. Of course you can add topics of your choice during the conference and during the theme collection phase 13.30 - 14.15 


 

14.15 - 15.00 session I: for your many parallel discursive spaces


 

15.15 - 16.00 session II: for your many parallel discursive spaces


 

16.15 - 17.00 session III: for your many parallel discursive spaces



 

 

*** 17:30-19:00 Cocktail, 1st floor hall ***





 

 

13 September

 

 

*** 8:30 / 9:00-12:00 Panels and Sessions ***

Rooms 1-11


 

9:00-10:30

Room 1 PANEL Quelle place pour la microanalyse socio-discursive et argumentative à l'ère digitale ? 

Ruth Amossy

Ruth Amossy, Universite de Tel-Aviv, Pour une micro-analyse argumentative du discours polémique

Roselyne Koren, Bar-Ilan University, Microanalyse de quelques articles emblématiques sur la définition du terrorisme : une hirondelle peut-elle faire le printemps ?

Marianne Doury, Université Paris Descartes - Paris 5, Raison et déraison dans un discours révolutionnaire : Français, encore un effort si vous voulez être Républicains

 

 

10:30-12:00

Room 1 PANEL L'analyse des discours constituants

Dominique Maingueneau

Dominique Maingueneau, Faculté des Lettres, Sorbonne Université, Comment Dieu parle aux hommes

Frédéric Cossutta, UPEC, Les conditions d'une analyse du discours philosophique

Pascale Delormas, Créditec, Pour une approche discursive des dires de soi dans le champ littéraire

 

 

9:00-10:30

Room 2 PANEL Zur Frage des Politischen in sozialen Medien. Eine diskursanalytische Untersuchung mit Implikationen für die Politische Bildung

Hermann Mitterhofer, Tanja Vogler, Martin Fritsche, Michael Brandmayr

Martin Fritsche, Tanja Vogler, Hermann Mitterhofer, University of Innsbruck, Das Politische im Spannungsfeld von Macht und Ideologie

Hermann Mitterhofer, Tanja Vogler, Martin Fritsche, University of Innsbruck, Die diskursive Konstruktion von Dichotomien in sozialen Medien

Michael Brandmayr, University of Innsbruck, Konzepte und Methoden einer diskursanalytisch inspirierten politischen Bildung

 

 

10:30-12:00

Room 2 PANEL The Methodological (Re-)Construction of Subjectivation

Doris Pokitsch, Magdalena Knappik, Vesna Bjegac 

Doris Pokitsch, University of Vienna, Austria, Language-related Processes of Subjectivation in the School of the Migration Society

Vesna Bjegac, LMU München, Germany, Language(s) and Subjectivation in the School of Officially German-speaking Migration Societies

Magdalena Knappik, University of Wuppertal, Germany, Writing and Becoming. Processes of Subjectivation in Migration Societies

 

 

8:30-10:30

Room 3 PANEL La temporalité dans la langue et le discours tous résumés déposés

Ailin Nacucchio, Ella Mingazova, Delphine Battistelli, Alexandre Faure

Delphine Battistelli, Modyco, La temporalité linguistique : un objet et des finalités associées

Ailin Nacucchio, Université Sorbonne Nouvelle - Paris 3, La construction du temps dans le discours politique

Ella Mingazova, Université de Liège, Durée et découpage temporel dans le texte littéraire

Alexandre Faure, Fondation France-Japon de l'EHESS, Le temps c'est de l'argent. Étude de la projection à long terme des investissements du Grand Paris

 

 

10:30-12:00

Room 3 PANEL DIPE – Discourse, Ideology and the Political Economy

Jens Maesse

Jens Maesse, University of Giessen, Austerity discourses in Europe. How economic experts create identity projects

Jan Krasni, University of NIS, Digital Silk Road. The Apparatus of the Polycentric Civilisation

Benno Herzog, University of Valencia, Silenced suffering and suffering from silence: methodological and conceptual challenges

 

 

9:00-10:30

Room 4 PANEL Le discours managérial : formes pragmatiques et enrôlement des acteurs dans les organisations

Marc Glady

Laurence Servel, IRISSO, Université Paris-Dauphine, Récits de trajectoires et rhétorique managériale : le cas des DRH

Agnès Vandevelde-Rougale, Université Denis Diderot Paris VII, LCSP, LISE, Le discours managérial à l'aune du code déontologique de l'échange verbal

Marc Glady, IRISSO, Université Paris-Dauphine, PSL Research University, L'accompagnement des transformations organisationnelles comme pratiques discursives

 

 

10:30-12:00

Room 4 PANEL Enseñar a argumentar en los diferentes niveles educativos: desafíos actuales

Isabel Cristina Michelan de Azevedo, Beatriz Gabbiani, Constanza Padilla

Isabel Cristina Michelan de Azevedo, PPGL, PROFLETRAS, Universidade Federal de Sergipe, Brasil Argumentación en clases de português: desafíos y posibilidades para la enseñanza secundaria

Beatriz Gabbiani, Instituto de Lingüística, FHCE, Udelar, Virginia Orlando Instituto de Lingüística, FHCE, Udela Propuestas para la enseñanza de la argumentación: panorama de la situación en Uruguay

Constanza Padilla, INVELEC/CONICET, UNT, Argentina, Esther Lopez, INVELEC/CONICET, UNT, Argentina, Enseñar a argumentaren el nivel superior: revisión colaborativa y perfiles de escritor

 

 

9:00-10:30

Room 5 PANEL El discurso de la ultraderecha em las redes sociales: tres perspectivas para un mismo problema

Maria Pardo

María Pardo, Consejo Nacional de Investigaciones Científicas y Técnicas [Buenos Aires], La representación socio-discursiva del enemigo en el discurso de la ultraderecha argentina

Viviane de Melo Resende, Ernani Saraviva, Yara Martinelli, Universidade de Brasilia [Brasília], Cuando la universidad se vuelve el enemigo: combates discursivos en el Facebook bolsonarista

Nuria Lorenzo-Dus, Lella Nouri, Swansea University, Víctimas, villanos y odio digital en los movimientos de extrema derecha: Australia, Reino Unido y EEUU

 

 

10:30-12:00

Room 5 PANEL Analyzing the language textbook discourse: representation, interaction and learning

German Canale

Pau Bori, University of Belgrade, The Language Textbook in action: How neoliberal content is articulated within the classroom

Xiao Lan Curdt-Christiansen, University of Bath, Department of Education, Discourse of Ideology: Chinese Textbooks

Germán Canale, Universidad de la República (Montevideo), Textbook discourse and learner agency: transforming multimodal signs in the classroom

 

 

9:00-12:00

Room 6 PANEL DIREPA. Usages des références historique dans le discours journalistique européen

Luciana Radut-Gaghi

Isabelle Boyer, Université de Cergy-Pontoise, LT2D, La grande guerre : Etude comparative des représentations sociales dans deux médias en ligne : le Figaro et l'Actu

Elisabet Le, University of Alberta, Brexit in Le Monde's historical perspective: a threat for the EU or not?

Hedwig Wagner, Europa-Universität Flensburg, Ost-/Westeuropäische diskursive Konstruktionen der Geschichtspolitik beim Gedenken an den ersten Weltkrieg

Alida Siletti, Université de Bari Aldo Moro - Département de Sciences Politiques, La crise internationale des migrants à travers les illustrations de la presse française et italienne

Axel Boursier, Université de Cergy-Pontoise, LT2D, Lorsque le journaliste se fait européen : Crises et traces mémorielles

Ekaterina Aleshina, Penza State University, The fall of the Berlin Wall (November 9, 1989) in the online media of 2018: East-and West-European discourse of memory

Luciana Radut-Gaghi, Université de Cergy-Pontoise, LT2D, Une cartographie des mythes contemporains. L'Europe faite par les médias

 

 

9:00-12:00

Room 7 PANEL Peripherality: the discursive construction of socio-spatial hierarchies

Amelie Kutter

Danijela Majstorovic, University of Banjaluka, Zoran Vuckovac, University of Banjaluka, Discursive construction of peripheral selves at the margin of Europe: Bosnian and Herzegovinian DITA factory workers from self-management to factory occupation

Krzysztof Wasilewski, Koszalin University of Technology, Escaping colonial past by changing the past. Postcolonial analysis of historical discourse of the Polish western territories (title might have changed in the online submission

Gerardo Costabile Nicoletta, "Federico II" University of Naples, On the discursive constitution of peripheries. The case of the Italian Mezzogiorno

Babur Hussain, Institute for Social and Economic Change (ISEC), Bengaluru, India, Elizabeth Mariam, Institute for Social and Economic Change (ISEC), Bengaluru, India, Development discourse in Kashmir: a case of normalization

Gauvain Debelle, Ex-PhD Student of the Autonomous University of Barcelona, Conflicts over sovereignty in the 2012 Eurozone crisis

Amelie Kutter, European University Viadrina Frankfurt, Governing catch-up, policing space: a Foucauldian view on periphery-building in the EU's new measures for macroeconomic oversight

 

 

9:00-12:00

Room 8 PANEL Critical Discourse Studies in/on/and the Middle East: Critique, Challenges and Topics

Majid KhosraviNik & Soudeh Ghaffari

Soudeh Ghaffari, Newcastle University, Religious discourses of identity, CDA and Iranian cultural politics; Contextual, conceptual and methodological challenges in doing CDS on religious genres

Nadia Sarkhoh, Kuwait University, and Majid KhosraviNik, Newcastle University, Persian or Arabian Gulf? The Discursive Construction of Arabism in Online Rivalry Discourse: Envisaging CDS in the Middle Eastern digital spheres

Hadi Alsamdani, Umm Al-Qura University, Religious discourse and Arab public spheres

Shaimaa El Nagar, Fayoum University, Lancaster University, An overview of Critical Discourse Studies on/in Egypt: A critical approach

Dhiaa Kareem Ali, University of Kufa, Continuity and change in the representation of Iraq in mainstream press discourses: representations of wars & conflicts and struggles of discursive critique

Zahra Hosseini Khoo, University of Vienna, Talking to the Enemy - challenges and opportunities for CDS scholarship?

 

 

9:00-12:00

Room 9 PANEL Discurso, poder y cognición social. Estudios Mexicanos

Maria Flores, Jose Infante, Ludivina Cantu, Rosa Ma Gutierrez, Manuel Herrera, Norma Sepulveda, Maria Martinez

María Eugenia Flores Treviño, Ludivina Cantú Ortiz, Universidad Autonoma de Nuevo Leon (Monterrey, Mexico), Ética, discurso y emancipación comunicativa

José María Infante Bonfiglio, María Eugenia Flores Treviño, Universidad Autonoma de Nuevo Leon (Monterrey, Mexico), El discurso de conocimiento social: la discusión sobre el aborto en Argentina. El caso de la Cámara de Diputados

Norma Patricia Sepúlveda Legorreta, María Eugenia Flores Treviño, Universidad Autonoma de Nuevo Leon (Monterrey, Mexico), Descortesía en los sitios de noticias de Facebook. Opiniones en torno al discurso racista

Armando González Salinas, María Eugenia Martínez Flores, Universidad Autonoma de Nuevo Leon (Monterrey, Mexico), El lenguaje jurídico como forma de poder. Análisis en sentencias civiles

Orlando Valdez Vega, Universidad Autonoma de Nuevo Leon (Monterrey, Mexico), Las representaciones socio-culturales como factor influyente en la adquisición del Francés como Lengua Extranjera

Rosa Mª Gutiérrez García, Universidad Autonoma de Nuevo Leon (Monterrey, Mexico), Los estereotipos masculinos en Vuelta prohibida de Joaquín Hurtado Pérez

Manuel Santiago Herrera Martinez, Universidad Autonoma de Nuevo Leon (Monterrey, Mexico), La construcción de la cognición social en “El amor es hambre” de Ana Clavel

 

 

9:00-12:00

Room 10 PANEL A polarização política no Brasil: procedimentos de exclusão no espaço de encontro entre posições enunciativas divergentes

Estevao Freixo, Thatiana Siqueira, Vívian Pereira, Almerindo Simões, Filipe Abrantes, Viviane Roux, Juliana Azevedo, Anna Carolina Land

Estevao Freixo, Universidade Candido Mendes, O dialogismo interdiscursivo nas formações ideológicas da polarização política brasileira

Vívian Pereira, Universidade do Estado do Rio de Janeiro, O dia da prisão do ex-presidente lula pela análise do discurso

Filipe Abrantes, Universidade do Estado do Rio de Janeiro, Ideologia de gênero: da igreja católica ao Escola Sem Partido

Viviane Roux, Universidade do Estado do Rio de Janeiro, O acesso à educação pelo aluno autista

Juliana Azevedo, Universidade do Estado do Rio de Janeiro, Sistema penal e educação: uma análise discursiva de mecanismos disciplinares na escola

Anna Carolina Land, Universidade do Estado do Rio de Janeiro, Qual subalterno pode falar?

Almerindo Simoes, Universidade do Estado do Rio de Janeiro, “Sou discreto, másculo e procuro o mesmo” Dos discursos de usuários em sites e apps de homens que buscam encontros com homens




 

9:00-12:00

Room 11 SESSION Shifting (Re)Presentations 

Fiona Rossette, Université Paris Nanterre, “The New Oratory”: public speaking in the digital and neoliberal age

Sarah El-Sayed, Pharos University in Alexandria, Gender Representations in Disney Animation Dubbings – A Feminist Perspective

Abrar Mujaddadi, King Abdulazziz University, Recontextualising Racial Slurs from English to Arabic: A Comparative Analysis of Subtitles in Relation to Translation Strategies and Socio-cultural Norms

Olga Solopova, Maria Saltykova, South Ural State University, Modeling and Interpreting the Future in Discourse

Daniela Ibarra, Lancaster University - United Kingdom, Analisis discursivo en sistemas hbridos de medios: una aproximacion metodologica

Nicoleta Apostol, University of Bucharest, The doing of a category: “Socially assisted people” in the Romanian public discourse

 

 

 

*** 12:00-13:00 Book presentations at DNC3ALED ***

First floor main hall

 

 

*** 14:30 Cultural visit at Abbaye Royaumont ***

For persons who have chosen it and paid. Some places still available, please contact the organisers at the beginning of the conference.

 Leaving in bus in front of the university.


 

 

 

 

14 September

 

 

*** 8:30 / 9:00-11:00 Panels and Sessions ***

Rooms 1-13

 

9:00-11:00

Room 1 PANEL AD et Archives numériques : le projet ArchivU

Frédérique Sitri, Emilie Née, Rossana De Angelis, François Dubois, Cedric Le Cocq, Julie Lefebvre, Sabine Lehmann, Virginie Lethier, Denis Mazzucchetti, Caroline Mellet, Ilaine Wang

Emilie Née, Centre d’Études des discours, Images, Textes, Ecrits, Communications, Frédérique Sitri, Modèles, Dynamiques, Corpus, François Dubois, Institutions et Dynamiques Historiques de l\'Économie et de la Société, Cedric Le Cocq, Institutions et Dynamiques Historiques de l\'Économie et de la Société, Denis Mazzucchetti, Clesthia, Le projet ArchivU : de l'archive au corpus

Virginie Lethier, ELLIAD, Ilaine Wang, Modèles, Dynamiques, Corpus, Frédérique Sitri, AD et Humanités numériques : quelle rencontre ?

Frédérique Sitri, Caroline Mellet, Modèles, Dynamiques, Corpus, Rossana De Angelis, Centre d’Études des discours, Images, Textes, Ecrits, Communications, Sabine Lehmann, Modèles, Dynamiques, Corpus, Les comptes rendus de conseil d'université 1971-1974 : genèse d'un genre, naissance d'une institution

Julie Lefebvre, Modèles, Dynamiques, Corpus, Emilie Née, Denis Mazzucchetti, Analyse du discours, linguistique de l'écrit et anthropologie de l'écrit : quelles rencontres possibles, quelles dynamiques ?

Sabine Lehmann, Emilie Née, Frédérique Sitri, Produire un rapport d'activité scientifique à l'Université Paris Nanterre : émergence, institutionnalisation et transformations d'un genre

 

 

9:00-11:00

Room 2 PANEL Languages and the politics of translation / Языки и политики перевода: цифровая эпистемология новых сред коммуникации

Ирина Миронова, Евгения Самостиенко, Максим Мирошниченко, Анна Родионова, Полина Колозариди, Анна Щетвина

Eugenia Samostienko, Нижегородский Государственный Университет им. Н.И.Лобачевского, Между дискурсом и информацией: интерфейс как институт регуляции субъективности

Anna Shchetvina, Polina Kolozaridi, Национальный исследовательский университет «Высшая школа экономики», Клуб любителей интернета и общества, «Пост-советские метафоры интернета»

Maxim Miroshnichenko, Языки мозга: о категоризации и переводимости

Миронова Ирина, Национальный исследовательский университет «Высшая школа экономики» - Нижний Новгород, «Логики (не)вовлечения: нейроинтерактивная коммуникация и поэтический дискурс»

Anna Rodionova, Нижегородский Государственный Университет им. Н.И.Лобачевского, Техника и цифровая среда в русскоязычном поэтическом дискурсе от 2000-х к 2010-м гг.: о дискурсивных границах передачи (не)человеческого опыта в цифровую эпоху

 

 

9:00-11:00

Room 3 PANEL Discurso, memoria y dictadura en América del Sur

Maria Alejandra Vitale

Patricia Baeza Duffy, Universidad Católica de Valparaíso, Chile, Reconstrucción y transmisión de memorias que compiten: análisis multimodal del museo de la memoria y los derechos humanos de chile

Patricia Baeza Duffy, Universidad Católica de Valparaíso, Chile, Rakel Österberg, Romanska och klassiska institutionen, Stockholms Universitet, Construcción discursiva de migrantes chilenos sobre la acogida e inserción propia y de otros migrantes en el contexto sueco desde 1970 hasta tiempos recientes

Eduardo Lopes Piris, Universidade Estadual de Santa Cruz, Brasil, La memoria discursiva de la guerra fría en el discurso de la prensa brasileña sobre el golpe de estado de 1964

María Alejandra Vitale, Universidad de Buenos Aires, Argentina, Memoria discursiva y ethos en dos archivos de la represión de argentina

 

 

9:00-11:00

Room 4 PANEL PRAX : La Praxématique : une socio-anthropologie linguistique à la périphérie

Françoise Dufour

Françoise Dufour, Université de Warwick, Peut-on parler d'impérialisme du sens ?

Arnaud Richard, Université Montpellier 3, Pour une praxématique haïtienne : diglossie et colonialisme

Jacques Fourrier, Praxiling UMR 5276 CNRS, Du ‘Rêve chinois’ comme formule dialogique

Ammar Azouzi, Université de Sousse, Rim Zelfani, Université de Sousse, Le COLIBE : un discours de la « discorde » !

 

 

9:00-11:00

Room 5 PANEL Nos entrefios da rede: língua e discursos em tensão

Dantielli Assumpção Garcia, Lucília Maria Abrahão e Sousa

Silmara Dela Silva, UFF/LAS, Dos sujeitos e dos discursos, o politico e a lingua na rede

Gesualda dos Santos Rasia, UFPR, Maria Cleci Venturini, UNICENTRO, Verli Petri, UFSM, Lugares do dizer na lingua em rede e em discurso: constituição/circulação/apagamento de acontecimentos

Vanise Medeiros, UFF; CNPQ; FAPERJ, Das dobras sobre a palavra

Ronaldo Adriano de Freitas, IFF/UFF, Análise da dicionarização de neologismos políticos em dicionários online

Thiago Manchini de Campos, EAJ/UFRN, O espaço entre nós: fotojornalismo e representações da pobreza na rede digital

Elaine Daróz, USP/FFCLRP, A regularização de uma memória sobre (e para) a mulher nos gibis da turma da mônica: uma análise discursiva

 

 

9:00-11:00

Room 6 PANEL O comentário nas redes sociais: construção do ethos e da violência verbal durante a última campanha presidencial no Brasil

Isabel Seara, Isabel Sebastiao, Leonor Werneck, Isabelle Marques

Isabel Roboredo Seara, Universidade Aberta & Centro de Linguística da Universidade Nova de Lisboa (Portugal), O “coiso”. #Ele não. Análise das apóstrofes nos comentários das eleições presidenciais brasileiras

Isabelle Simões Marques, Universidade Aberta, Centro de Linguística da Universidade Nova de Lisboa, Todos no mesmo saco? Reações aos comentários de Marine Le Pen sobre Jair Bolsonaro durante a campanha presidencial no Brasil

Leonor Werneck dos Santos, Universidade Federal do Rio de Janeiro Brasil, Linguagem e violencia verbal : eleiçöes presidenciais brasileiras em comentatios da internet

Isabel Sebastião, Centro de Linguística da Universidade do Porto, FCT, Comentatios digitais: do Ethios a ideologia

 

 

8:30-11:00

Room 7 SESSION Reform narratives and regimes of truth in education

Constanze Tress, University of Luxembourg, Of capitalizable units and learners as market functions – Reform narrations of Luxembourgish Vocational Education and Training (VET) in media and policy discourse

Tatiana Shutova, Cardiff University, The Legitimization of Inequality in Russian Higher Education

Susanne Maria Weber, Sarah Wieners, Philipps University Marburg, Dispositives of change – gender, excellence and young researchers in German academic organisations

Annett Adler, Philipps Universität Marburg, Innovation Labs in Regional Economic Cycles

Johannes Dahm, Universite de Nantes, "Horizont 2015": Interdisziplinare Zugange zum EU-Erweiterungsdiskurs uber einen moglichen EU-Beitritt der Westbalkan-Staaten

Nicolas Martinez Aranguiz, Biblioteca del congreso nacional de Chile, Ellas ponen el pecho a las balas: mujeres de senos libres en la protesta social

Shaimaa El Naggar, Fayoum University/Lancaster University, The representation of mental health on YouTube: Re-shaping knowledge and attitudes



 

8:30-11:00

Room 8 SESSION Discurso y políticas educativas

Silvia Fuentes, Universidad Pedagogica Nacional, Identificación y política educativa

Gissele Alves, Maria Luiza Coroa, Juliana De Freitas Dias, Universidade de Brasilia, As cotas sociais & universidades públicas: o jogo - representações discursivas

Lucia Freitas, State University of Goias-UEG - Brazil, "Vai mexendo sempre ate derreter": agencias femininas no discurso de receitas de sabao caseiro

Carolina Buenrostro Pérez,  Escuela Nacional de Antropología e Historia, Edith Pérez Flores, Centro Regional de Investigaciones Multidisciplinarias, UNAM, El discurso patrimonialista en los expedientes de salvaguardia inscritos ante la UNESCO: caso México

Morato Socorro, Universidade Federal do Pará, A constituição discursiva do trabalho docente em revistas especializadas para professores


 

8:30-11:00

Room 9 SESSION Discurso, poder y redes sociales

Duílio Fabbri, UFSCAR, Fabiano Ormaneze, Unicamp, Discurso e poder nas redes sociais: o sujeito político fragmentado 

Maria Cristina Giorgi, Almeida Reis Blanco Glaucia, Centro Federal de Educação Tecnológica Celso Suckow da Fonseca (Rio de Janeiro), Bio-necropolítica, discurso e racismo no Brasil: as mídias e redes negras digitais na produção de novos paradigmas de comunicação

Audria Leal, Centro de Linguística da Universidade Nova de Lisboa, A Construção Discursiva Multimodal no Gênero Reportagem

Natalia Diaz, Ponticia Universidad Catolica de Chile, Padecimiento psquico y paradigmas argumentativos: la tension de ser tratado como objeto y no como sujeto de derecho en la interaccion medico-paciente

Wilton Santos, Universidade Federal de Sergipe, Acontecimentos na França: o papel da mídia no processo de construção


 

8:30-11:00

Room 10 SESSION Discurso, Poder y Género

Alexandra Pinto, Faculdade de Letras da Universidade do Porto, A construção ideológica da identidade da mulher num acórdão sobre violência doméstica

María Bernal, Nieves Hernández Flores, Esperanza Alcaide Lara, Stockholm University, University of Copenhagen, University of Sevilla, La igualdad de género en las guías institucionales de buenas prácticas en España. Aspectos argumentativos y de imagen social

Juliana de Freitas Dias, Reexistências decoloniais no âmbito do Projeto Mulheres Inspiradoras: contribuições da Teoria Social do Discurso para educação como prática da liberdade

Rosimeiri Cardoso, Universidade Estadual do Paraná, Literatura afro-brasileira: vozes que continuam a ecoar

Victoria Furtado, Universidad de la República, Tiempo de rebelión: las prácticas discursivas del feminismo en el Uruguay contemporáneo

 

 

9:00-11:00

Room 11 SESSION The creation of images in discursive medial spaces

Varvilina Dzhioeva, Tatiana Tameryan, North Ossetia State University, The impacts of new information technologies of image creation of a political leader in digital spaces

Marina Berezhnaia, St Petersburg State University, Social policy visual discourses: Russian TV practices

Anastasia Dmitrieva, Ural Federal University, Ekaterinburg, Communication Strategies and Tactics in Russian and French Political Advertising Videotexts

Sune Stoustrup, Leibniz Institute for Research on Society and Space e.V. (IRS), Facing Rural Problems: Investigating the Discursive Construction of Challenges for Structurally Weak European Rural Regions

Sergey Korkonosenko, Saint Petersburg University, Public discourse on the journalism prospects: towards sustantival approach


 

8:30-11:00

Room 12 SESSION Language between colonization and subversive dynamics

Herbert Natta, University of Rome, "Tor Vergata"Peripheral literary discourse analysis

Sergey Alferov, Shady Glen Scottish and Welsh dance studio, The power of imperative: English verbs in Scottish dance instructions

Theron Muller, University of Toyama, A critical discourse analysis of exchange structures in the correspondence of English writing for academic publications among teachers of English as a foreign language

Fernanda Pereira, University of Campinas, A "mulher muçulmana" em discurso

Aliya Ismagilova, Marina Solnyshkina, Kazan (Volga region) Federal University, From global to local: strategies in outdoor social and political advertisement discourse (Kazan 2018)


 

9:00-11:00

Room 13 SESSION Cadrages discursifs en politique 

Pascale Asmar, Lebanese University [Beirut], Quand la coupe du monde de football initie un débat sur la crise migratoire. Le cas de la formule « C'est l'Afrique qui a gagné »

Camelia Cusnir, University of Bucharest, Les stratégies de légitimation du mouvement de protestation #rezist sur les réseaux sociaux

Käsper Marge, University of Tartu, Entre Est et Ouest, histoire et future, balte et nordique... Cadrages d'un pays étudiés dans la presse française

Mariana Rojas Mora, Laboratoire du Changement Social et Politique – CEDREF, Análisis feminista crítico del discurso sobre femicidios en Costa Rica: un abordaje a partir de la construcción noticiosa de la prensa escrita



 

*** 11:15-12:15, Amphithéâtre, Guest speaker Viviane de Melo Resende ***

"Estudos críticos do discurso e pensamento decolonial: sobre a negação ontológica de pessoas em situação de rua em notícias"



 

*** 13:30-15:30 Panels and Sessions ***

Rooms 1-12

 

 

13:30-15:30

Room 1 PANEL Going Global? Critical Studies on Global Citizenship, Tania Ruiz-Chapman, Debra Chapman, April Biccum, Francisca Costa

Tania Ruiz-Chapman, Ontario Institute for Studies in Education, The mutual constitution of the global citizen as Cartesian Subject and the Latinx undocumented migrant as non-citizen

Debra Chapman, Wilfrid Laurier University, Global citizenship in the neoliberal Canadian university

April Biccum, Australian National University, Development, security and the active global citizen? Preventing violent extremism through education meets the knowledge economy

Francisca Costa, Centre for Research and Intervention in Education (CIIE), University of Porto, and Pedro Ponte e Sousa, New University of Lisbon (FCSH-UNL), International policy influencers and their agendas on global citizenship: A critical analysis of the discourses of UNESCO, the OECD and the European Union

 

 

13:30-15:30

Room 2 SESSION Public and post-truth discourse / Публичная и пост-правдивая речь

Tatiana Capustina, ПО ИДЕЕ как показатель некатегоричности высказывания в публичной речи 

Claudia Zamkovetc, Saint Petersburg University, Публичная русская интерферированная речь: аспект РКИ (на материале Звукового корпуса русского языка)

Tatiana Popova, Saint Petersburg University, Новый подход к анализу русской речи 

Elena Lisanyuk, St. Petersburg State Universty, Пост-правда, режимы истины и Ф. Достоевски

 

 

13:30-15:30

Room 3 PANEL Discurso e subjetivação: relações de saber-poder no cenário brasileiro tous résumés déposés

Marluza Da Rosa, Beatriz Maria Eckert-Hoff

Beatriz Maria Eckert-Hoff, Universidade Cruzeiro do Sul, Escritas de si de sujeitos em contextos de imigração: errâncias, inscrições, travessias, A abertura das universidades às migrações contemporâneas no discurso midiático

Carla Nunes Vieira Tavares, Universidade Federal de Uberlândia, Projeções identitárias no dizer sobre imigrantes das Américas no Brasil

Mariana Peixoto, Universidade Federal de Uberlândia, Uma primavera feminista brasileira: jogos de poder e resistência em torno do feminino na disputa presidencial de 2018

 

 

13:30-15:30

Room 4 PANEL Memoria, Inclusión y Pueblo Mapuche

Maria Cristina Arancibia, Teresa Oteiza, María Merino

Teresa OteízaOteisa Silva, Pontificia Universidad Católica de Chile, Representación del pueblo mapuche en textos escolares de Historia

Maria Eugenia Merino, Universidad Catolica de Temuco, Identidades cronotópicas: el ‘Sur’ en las narraciones de familias Mapuche migradas a Santiago, Chile

Maria Cristina Arancibia Aguilera, Pontificia Universidad Católica de Chile, Negociación de conocimiento en torno a la revitalización de la lengua en una asamblea de kimches mapuche-pehuenche: Resistencia al olvido del chedungún

 

 

13:30-15:30

Room 5 SESSION Discurso e identidad 

Lilia Odete Nantes De Oliveira, Centro Universitário da Grande Dourados - Unigran, Interdiscurso e assujeitamento: inclusão das identidades híbridas das crianças da fronteira

Nara Maria Fiel De Quevedo Sgarbi, Lilia Odete Oliveira Unigran, Universidad Nacional Mayor de San Marcos - UNMSM (PERU), Efeitos de sentido: discursos de ódio e implicações para a educação escolar indígena

Tamara Jorquera-Alvarez, Universidad de Chile / Universitat Autonoma de Barcelona - Chile, Analisis de discurso diacronico: comprensiones sobre seguridad en el Estado chileno postdictatorial

Cecilia Quintrileo, Universidad Austral de Chile, Discurso parlamentario sobre una nueva institucionalidad en materia de pueblos indígenas en chile

Amanda Pereira, Universidade Federal de Minas Gerais, A relação entre formador e professor de LI em um curso de formação continuada: resistências e deslocamentos subjetivos a partir de seus discursos


 

13:30-15:30

Room 6 SESSION Discurso político, populismo y posverdad

Miranda Lenin, Universidad Católica de Lovaina, Universidad Central del Ecuador, El discurso del Brexit en la prensa escrita. Las "representaciones" como una forma de acción social

Fabiano Ormaneze, Unicamp, Duilio Fabbri Junior, UFSCAR, Quem tem medo da (pós)verdade? Poder, extremismo e neofascismo nas eleições brasileiras de 2018

Valéria Gomes Borges Vieira, Juliana De Freitas Dias, De “maria, a louca” a “militante travestida de presidente da república”: o potencial ideológico das representações de atores sociais na mídia nacional

Patricia Baeza, Pontificia Universidad Católica de Valparaíso, Voces de afiliación, alineamiento y desalineamiento en torno a la inclusión de los recientes migrantes en el sistema escolar chileno

 

 

13:30-15:30

Room 7 SESSION Populism and Othering

Furkó Péter, Karoli Gaspar Reformatus Egyetem, Presentation of the “elite out-group” in the context of the immigration quota referendum in Hungary

Arash Reisinezhad, Florida International University (FIU), Political Discourse and Critical Geopolitics of the Shia Crescent

Elena Psyllakou, University of Athens, Beyond Political Frontiers: Dialogic Aspects of Political Antagonism Between the Right and the Left in the ‘Post-Crisis’ Greek Context

Hossein Kermani, University of Teheran & Hadi Khaniki, Zohreh Ali Hosseini, Allameh Tabataba'i University, Telegram Discourse: An analysis of most view post in Telegeram on 2017 Iran’s presidential election

Vera Lucia Paiva, Eliano De Souza Martins Freitas, Federal University of Minas Gerais, The linguistic landscape of protest in Brazil: the 2016 coup in perspective

 

  

13:30-15:30

Room 8 SESSION Between Media, Institution and the Self: Images of Youth

Nuria Lorenzo-Dus, Steve Case, Swansea University, Overcoming the Language Barrier in the British Youth Justice System

Tatiana Gavrilyuk, Industrial university of Tyumen, Russian New Working-Class Youth: Media Representation and the Construction of “Self”

Maria Eugenia Merino, Universidad Catolica de Temuco, Chronotypes and ethnic identity construction in the oral narrative of young Mapuche born in Santiago and their adults migrated to the capital of Chile

Nilima Chowdhury, University of Auckland, ‘I want to be this all around superstar kind of thing’: Dialogical explorations of discursive identity practices in young high-performing women in Aotearoa/New Zealand

 

 

13:30-15:30

Room 9 SESSION Education and Power Relations

Silvia Fuentes, Universidad Pedagogica Nacional, Educational identities and ideological functioning

Kitty-Jiayin Li, IoE University College of London, The parental spoken interactions and the negotiation of power and social relations in a Chinese Complementary school in Berlin, Germany

Julia Feike, University of Edinburgh / DAAD, Discourse Studies and Modern Foreign Languages – a reflection on the potential of CDA for undergraduate students on language degrees in the UK

Juliet Henderson, Oxford Brookes University, Jittery junctions: Language, knowledge and the con(fusion) of English-speaking academic identity


 

13:30-15:30

Room 10 SESSION Tales of Power and Subordination

Svitlana Tubaltseva, University of Roehampton, London, Combining qualitative and quantitative methods in Critical Discourse Analysis: The case of Urkainian Revolution in 2014

Kseniia Semykina, National Research University Higher School of Economics [Moscow]/ Freie Universität Berlin, Crimean conflict on Russian and Ukrainian TV: a discourse-theoretical approach

Ekaterina Baeva, Vladimir Bondar, St Petersburg State University, Towards a New Approach to Discourse Analysis of Power-Dependent Communication

Jan Zienkowski, Université Saint Louis, Debating Politics and/or the Political today: on metapolitical conflicts in mediatized public debates


 

13:30-15:30

Room 11 SESSION Discurso de Instituciones y Política

María Eugenia Martínez Flores, Universidad Autónoma de Nuevo León, El lenguaje jurídico como forma de poder: análisis en sentencias civiles

Carlos Enrique Ahuactzin Martínez, Benemérita Universidad Autónoma de Puebla, Multimodalidad, ethos y legitimidad política. Spots electorales de Andrés Manuel López Obrador en México 2018

Vanice Maria Sargentini, Universidade Federal de Sao Carlos, O sujeito político e a verdade no jogo democrático

Gabriel Dvoskin, Universidad de Buenos Aires, Discurso, educación e ideología: la deshistorización del conocimiento escolar


 

13:30-15:30

Room 12 PANEL Transformaciones subjetivas en la identidad y la subjetividad social contemporánea a través del discurso

Vivian Romeu

Cynthia Pech, Universidad Autónoma de la Ciudad de México, El empoderamiento femenino en el discurso de la narcotelenovela: un acercamiento a Rosario Tijeras (2016-2017)

Maybel Piñón, Universidad Autónoma de la Ciudad de México, Jefas, sicarias y violencia. Una análisis crítico discursivo del papel de la mujer en los narcocorridos

Maylen Alvarez, Universidad Iberoamericana, Discurso y acción dos caras de una misma moneda en la experiencia ciudadana del consumo recreativo de cannabis de la Ciudad de México

Blanca Alonso, Universidad Iberoamericana, La disolución de la posibilidad de la idea de futuro en “Rodrigo D No Futuro"

Florisberta Reyes, Universidad Iberoamericana, Las claves en el discurso de Andrés Manuel López Obrador en sus tres campañas electorales

Vivian Romeu, Universidad Iberoamericana, (COORDINADORA), Los tópicos del discurso millennial en la contemporaneidad. El nuevo rostro de la subjetividad social contemporánea

 


 

*** 15:45 Closure and future perspectives by J. Angermuller ***

amphithéâtre 

 

 

*** 16:30-18:00 DiscourseNet General Assembly:

General debate on the foundation of “DiscourseNet: International Association for Discourse Studies”  

Vote on DiscourseNet Charter

Election of DiscourseNet Steering Group ***