Our next event in the mini series on 'Liberty and Freedom’ is next Tues (29 November) when Ruth Kinna (Loughborough University) will be giving a talk on ‘Freedom and Anarchism’.
Freedom and Anarchism
Tuesday, 29 November 2022, 16:00 – 17:00 GMT, Online.
15 Years of Discourse Theoretical Analysis
An online discussion round-table
9 December 2022 (1100-1230 CET)
You are warmly invited to the second talk in the Language Literature and Politics Group’s series on Freedom and Liberty. The speaker is David Kazanjian, the topic is Freedom in Liberia and the Yucatán, and the talk is on Teams on Tuesday, 15 November 2022, 16:00 – 17:00 GMT, Online.
Dear discourse researchers,
we would like to remind you that the Journal for Discourse Studies is interested in your submissions! You are welcome to submit your manuscripts at any time in German or English by sending them to firstname.lastname@example.org. Many different formats are possible, including but not limited to long or short articles, essays, or discussions.
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Discours politique et usages du passé en Argentine
Edited by María Alejandra Vitale and Sol Montero
• María Alejandra Vitale and Sol Montero
Introduction. Discours politique et usages du passé en Argentine [Full text]
Introduction. Political discourse and uses of the past in Argentina
Dear Users of DiscourseNet
It is our great pleasure to launch today 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.
Jaspal and Dana
Quentin Skinner, Professor of the Humanities at Queen Mary University of London, joins the LLP series to explore three concepts of liberty.
25 October 2022, 4.00pm-5.00pm BST, Online. Please register via this link: https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/llp-liberty-freedom-series-quentin-skinner-on-three-concepts-of-liberty-tickets-441479847107
Dear Discourse Researchers
It is with great pleasure that I circulate this message about a new, cutting-edge volume, with the title Coloniality in Discourse Studies: A Radical Critique, edited by Solange Maria de Barros and Viviane Resende. The book is now available on the publisher's website:
With all good wishes
We are pleased to inform you about the publication of our latest Discourse Report, which is now available for download in English and German at our website.
Dear Users of DiscourseNet,
The first meeting of the DN Project Proposal Group is approaching. Some members of the DiscourseNet Association set up this group in order to engage in a thorough discussion on running research project proposals, specific funding schemes and ways of including DN activities in a project's budget.