REMINDER: The deadline for proposals for the Applied Linguistics and Professional Practice conference in Glasgow this September is 27th March
Call for papers:
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Call for Participation in PhD course
Discourse Studies and Method: Using Discourse-Theoretical Analysis and Discursive-Material Analysis at Charles University, Prague, Czech Republic
About the course
The 2020s have ushered in a new era of what it means to be a leader. Compounded by the turmoil brought on by both the COVID-19 pandemic as well as an increasingly fragile geopolitical climate, leaders are now faced with having to adapt to a new age of cultural discourse based on digital communication. This one-day conference seeks to explore leaders’ experience of the post-pandemic era and stimulate research into what the cultural and discursive implications of this new era will be for future leaders.
We want to inform you about this open call for our Special Issue on "Perceptions, Reflections, and Conceptualizations of War and Peace in Children's Drawings" for the Journal "Social Inclusion".
For further information and timeline details see the attached PDF an https://www.cogitatiopress.com/socialinclusion/pages/view/nextissues#ChildrenPeace.
L’analyse du discours en Italie : état des lieux et perspectives
Numéro coordonné par Lorella Sini (Université de Pise, Italie )
et Francesca Bisiani (Université catholique de Lille, France)
Dear Users of DiscourseNet,
It is our great pleasure to introduce to you the 2nd Episode of our new DiscourseNet Podcast "Critically Linked", hosted by Dana S. Trif and Jaspal N. Singh. Please find a linked brief description to the Podcast below. Have a good start into the new week and happy listening.
Dana and Jaspal
The Call for Papers for ALAPP 2023 at the University of Glasgow is now available via the conference website alapp2023.com
The deadline for submission is 28th February.
Best wishes for 2023,
Tom, Angela, Piotr and Domenico.
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