Conference

The Discursive Construction of Reality V - Interdisciplinary perspectives on a sociology of knowledge approach to discourse research

Over the last decades, the research program outlined by the Sociology of Knowledge Approach to Discourse (SKAD) has spread to many disciplines in social science. SKAD discourse research, drawing upon Michel Foucault’s work, symbolic interactionism and sociology of knowledge, is interested in exploring processes of ‘discursive construction of reality’, social relations of knowledge and knowing, and politics of knowledge and knowing – the manifold ways of discursive meaning making.

International Conference on Discourse Studies Across Disciplines

We are pleased to announce that the International Conference on Discourse Studies Across Disciplines (ICDSAD) will take place from October 23 to 27, 2022, and will be hosted by Sheikhbahaee University, Isfahan, Iran.ICDSAD seeks to advance current directions and developments in cross-disciplinary areas of discourse studies, including linguistics, translation studies, teaching, and education.

CfP for symposium "By the way or in your face? Political positioning by linguistic means", 20th AILA World Congress, Lyon, July 2023

We call for submissions to join our symposium "By the way or in your face? Political positioning by linguistic means" [SYMP22] at the hybrid AILA World Congress in Lyon in July 2023. Submission due date is June, 26th 2022. Please refer to https://aila2023.fr/ for further information on how to submit. Symposium site: https://aila2023.sciencesconf.org/browse/author?authorid=951095.

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CfP for Panel on Semiotic Landscapes (P055) at EASA conference, 26-29 July 2022, Belfast

Dear colleagues,

You are warmly welcome to join us in the 17th EASA Biennial Conference (with the theme Transformation, Hope and the Commons ) that will be held in Belfast, 26-29 July, 2022. It is our pleasure to invite you to submit your paper proposals to our panel, which is sponsored by EASA network on Linguistic Anthropology. It will be a great opportunity for all to explore the theoretical build-ups and ethnographic potentials of the concept 'semiotic landscape'. 

 

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