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Open DiscourseNet seminar, London

Fri, 01/26/2024 - Fri, 05/24/2024

United Kingdom

DiscourseNet - International Association for Discourse Studies (https://www.discourseanalysis.net/DN) offers a regular  seminar in Discourse Studies together with the School of Languages and Applied Linguistics, Open University.

Join us for our monthly Friday lunchtime seminars in 2024.

26th January 2024, Andreas Musolff (University of East Anglia): How did Reichsbürger integrate COVID-19 conspiracy theories into their own conspiracy ideology?

23th February 2024, Samuel Parker (University of the West of England) and Josephine Cornell (Birmingham City University): "The Global Migration Challenge": exploring how UK MPs construct their justification for, and resistance to, the "Rwanda Policy"

22nd March 2024, Darius Galasinski (University of Wrocław): Communicating wine – constructions of expert certainty in wine tasting notes

26th April 2024, Stephanie Schnurr and Rachel Rowntree (University of Warwick)“Those kinds of companies – they just can’t deal with me!” Exploring narratives about neurodiversity, leadership and gender in the workplace

24th May 2024, Lame Maatla Kenalemang-Palm (Stockholm University)Ageing and beauty: A critical analysis of discourses of agelessness in anti-ageing marketing

The talks are free of charge but in order to get the link you will need to go to https://discourseanalysis.net/DN/seminars/OpenDNLondon and join the group.

We are looking forward to stimulating discussions!

Johannes Angermuller, Michael Kranert, Stefanie Schneider, Jaspal Singh
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Languages and Applied Linguistics, Open University
Open University
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Johannes Angermuller
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