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Open DiscourseNet seminar series, London: Martin Reisigl 10 May 2021

Lun, 02/15/2021 - Lun, 07/19/2021
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DiscourseNet - International Association for Discourse Studies (https://www.discourseanalysis.net/DN) offers a regular online seminar in Discourse Studies in conjunction with The School of Languages and Applied Linguistics, Open University.

You are invited to attend our next talks:

Monday, May 10, 2021, 1-2pm BST/2-3pm CEST: Martin Reisigl (Vienna), "Careless Car Culture - Critical Discourse Studies of car advertisements and car reviews"

Monday, June 21, 2021, 1-2pm BST/2-3pm CEST: Jan Zienkowski (Brussels) "Exploring the metapolitical dimension of civil society discourse: a post-foundational approach"

Monday, July 19, 2021, 1-2pm BST/2-3pm CEST: Jaspal Singh (Hong Kong) "A sociolinguistic decolonisation of the Hindu right: ‘Purifying’ Hindi languaging from English and Urdu emblems"

To join the seminar, participants are invited to register and follow three steps. We recommend you to start the registration as soon as possible. You need to do it only once and you will then be able to attend all our seminars.

1) You need to be a registered user on http://www.discourseanalysis.net . If you don't already have one you will need to click in the upper right corner to request a new account. The registration is free but the activation may take one to three days.

2) Once your account is activated, you must make sure you are registered in our group "Open DiscourseNet seminar, London": https://discourseanalysis.net/DN/seminars/OpenDNLondon . If you are not a member yet, you will need to go to the group's page and click the button above the logo to join so that you can start to receive the seminar announcements. The moderators of this group are likely not able to answer your questions individually but we will send all relevant information related to this seminar (including programme changes and registration information for online meetings) to all registered participants.

3) Finally, on the day of the conference, you will need to access the videoconferencing application, which will be communicated to the registered participants. By opening the link, all participants agree that all contributions will be recorded and made public.

The programme and the registration modalities can be found on the group's page: https://discourseanalysis.net/DN/seminars/OpenDNLondon. Once people can travel again, participants will have the option to come and join us in Open University's facilities in London (Euston). The seminars are open to all. All sessions will be public, recorded and disseminated on social media. By joining the online session, all participants agree that to them being recorded.  All recordings and the latest version of the programme will be posted on the group's page. We invite everybody to join our new DiscourseNet association: https://discourseanalysis.net/DN .

The discussion will be moderated by Johannes Angermuller (Open University), Júlio Bonatti (UV), Lílian Carvalho (São Carlos/Open), Michael Kranert (Southampton) and Stefanie Schneider (Open University).

We are looking forward to stimulating discourses!

Johannes, Júlio, Lilian, Michael, Stefanie

PS: This seminar follows the format of our French-language discourse group in Paris, which has been running for seven years and is now held online: https://discourseanalysis.net/SEMLANSOC/group .


Past talks

April 12, 2021, 1-2pm GMT: Bogdana Huma (York): "The absent follower or not becoming a leader"

March 15, 2021, 1-2pm GMT: Doris Schedlitzky (London Met): "Language and persuasion"

February 15, 2021, 1-2pm GMT/2-3 CET: Dominique Maingueneau (Sorbonne, Paris, France): “Ethos and 'entrepreneurial spirit'”

January 18, 2021: Rosina Márquez Reiter (Open University, Milton Keynes, UK): Leverage in relationships. Recommendations among Latin American migrants in London

December 7, 2020: Andrea Whittle (Newcastle): Jeremy Corbyn – the ‘authentic' leader? Making sense of the press coverage of Corbyn’s authenticity. Go to the recording here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LuS-t-R83yo

November 9, 2020: Lílian Pereira de Carvalho (Federal Institute of São Paulo/Federal University of São Carlos), Julia Lourenço Costa (Federal University of São Carlos/FAPESP), Mariana Morales da Silva (Federal University of São Carlos/CAPES), Júlio Bonatti (Universitat de València): COVID-19 Discursive Encyclopedia.
Go to the recording here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2eMLA5oBvBw

July 3, 2020: Nkululeko Mabandla (University of Cape Town),  Ana Deumert  (University of Cape Town)
Another Populism is Possible – Popular Politics and the Anti-Colonial Struggle
June 19, 2020:  Adriana Bolívar (Universidad Central de Venezuela): "Emotions and ideology in times of political change".
Go to the recording here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=W7Qjr9yyia0.

May 22, 2020:  Jens Maeße (Gießen): "Post-National Identities: How Discourses of Economics Create Social Positions in European Power/Knowledge Regimes". Go to the recording here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TtUib7CWyYo  

April 24, 2020:  Johannes Angermuller (Open University) and  Juliane Reinecke (King's College): "Science and populism in the coronavirus controversy: the celebrity logics of expert discourses". Go to the recording here: https://youtu.be/5yL2QTGvTMo