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Final programme

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How to join the live discussions? On Tuesday, 12 September 2023, we will send out Zoom links to all fee-paying members of the DiscourseNet Association who have registered for this conference. Pay your annual membership fees here and register for the conference here.

What's the format of each session going to be? If you are presenter, please prepare a two-minute commentary on all the other papers of your panel. The papers will NOT be presented at the live discussion panels, and no PowerPoints will be allowed. Please watch the papers beforehand (see pre-recorded talks tab above). Each paper will be discussed for 15 minutes, followed by a 30-minute general discussion and Q&A of the entire panel. 

Questions? If you have any questions, or are struggling to log in, please email dn29@discourseanalysis.net


Wednesday, 13 September 2023

11.00-11.30 Welcome to the conference


11.30-13.00 Parallel sessions 

Visiolinguistic Landscapes

Chair: Jaspal Singh

Martina Schrader Kniffki (Johannes Gutenberg University Mainz, Germany) & Florian Freitag (University of Duisburg-Essen, Germany) 

Ntefne Dafni Santsak & Roula Kitsiou (University of Thessaly, Greece)

Mabel Victoria (Edinburgh Napier University, UK)

Enoch Liu (Hunan First Normal University, China)


Historical visiolinguistics and the visiolinguistics of writing

Kathryn Hudson (University at Buffalo, USA)

Mel Evans (University of Leeds) and Helen Newsome (University College Dublin, Ireland)

Dimitrios Meletis (University of Vienna, Austria)


13.00-14.30 Parallel sessions

Cognitive approaches to visiolinguistics

Chair: Johannes Angermuller

Chenyi Zhang (University of Cambridge, UK)

Lyubov Gurevich (Moscow State Linguistic University, Russia) 

Maria Gkantaki and Georgia Andreou (University of Thessaly, Greece)


Visiolinguistics in politics

Chair: Stefanie Schneider 

Karen Adams (Arizona State University, USA) 

Julia Korell (Philipps-University Marburg, Germany)

Costas Constandinides & Dimitris Trimithiotis (University of Cyprus)

Laura Kaluza (Philipps University Marburg, Germany)


Thursday, 14 September 2023

11.00-11.30 General discussion forum

11.30-13.00 Parallel sessions

Education and visiolinguistics

Chair: Stefanie Schneider 

Susanne Weber & Eva Bulgrin (Philipps University Marburg, Germany) 

Vincent Wai Sum Tse (Monash University, Australia/The University of Warwick, UK) & Kyle Pui Lun Sze (The University of Hong Kong, SAR China)

Fareeha Aazam (Universiti Malaya, Malaysia) 


The visiolinguistics of protests and activism

Chair: Annette Knaut

Dana D. Trif (Babes-Bolyai University, Romania)

Jennifer Eagleton (The University of Hong Kong, SAR China)

Sarah Wieners & Susanne Weber (Philipps University Marburg, Germany)


13.00-14.30 Parallel sessions 

The visiolinguistics of fiction, film, advertisements and comics

Chair: Eva Bulgrin

Isaiah Agbo, Ibe Marcelina C. & Goodluck C. Kadiri (University of Nigeria, Nsukka)

Cristina María Tello Barbé (University of Valencia, Spain)

Pritha ChandraSubir Dey (Indian Institute of Technology Delhi, India) 

Carmen Gregori-Signes (Universitat de València, Spain)


Socially mediated visiolinguistics

Chair: Korina Giaxoglou

Kathrine Arnold-Murray (University of Colorado Boulder, USA)

Catherine Bouko (Ghent University, Belgium) 

Agnese Sampietro (University Jaume, Spain)

Hülya Mısır (Middle East Technical University, Turkey)


14.30-15.00 Closing and planning of publication projects