Second International Workshop on Discourse Analysis - Santiago de Compostela - IWoDa 2013

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 SdC IWoDA 2013 - Second International Workshop on Discourse Analysis

Santiago de Compostela, June 19th-21st, 2013

Sharing ideas, insights, case studies, tools, and methodologies in the area of Discourse Analysis

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Jointly organized by the research groups SCIMITAR and Discourse & Identity, IWODA'13, the Second Santiago de Compostela International Workshop on Discourse Analysis is an international forum for sharing ideas, insights, case studies, tools, and methodologies in the area of Discourse Analysis. Our aim is to promote multi- and interdisciplinary research by bringing together researchers that analyse discourse from different perspectives: theoretical and applied, quantitative and qualitative, linguistic, literary, historical and cultural. Guest speakers will provide case studies, tools and methodologies in plenary lectures and specialised workshops, which will upgrade the skills necessary for discourse analysis in different settings and for different purposes, thereby promoting lifelong learning and encouraging synergies between academics.

The following guest speakers have confirmed their participation (in alphabetical order)

  • ARCHER, DAWN (University of Central Lancaster): Discourse Analysis: Exploring Data with WMatrix
  • EMMOTT, CATHERINE (University of Glasgow): Foreground and Background in Written Texts: Discourse Strategies and Cognitive Processing
  • FOGARTY, ANNE (University College Dublin): Reading First-Person Narratives: Trauma and Femininity in Contemporary Irish Fiction
  • HILPERT, MARTIN (Université de Neuchâtel): Statistical Methods in Language and Linguistic Research
  • KNIGHT, SARAH & LUND, MARY ANN (University of Leicester): Richard III and Elizabethan Drama
  • LEECH, GEOFFREY (University of Lancaster): English Grammar on the Move
  • PULLUM, GEOFFREY (University of Edinburgh): Discourse, Usage, and the English Passive Constructions
  • REGAN, STEPHEN (University of Durham): The Politics of Poetry and the Counter-Cultural Discourse of the Sonnet

The structure of IWODA'13 includes plenary sessions, panels and two pre-workshop practical sessions that will take place in computer rooms with a limited number of seats so that the selection will be by strict order of application:

Pre-workshop practical session 1: Statistical Methods in Language and Linguistic Research

Pre-workshop practical session 2: Discourse Analysis: Exploring Data with WMatrix

We invite submission of abstracts for papers on the following topics with a focus on the analysis of English-language discourse (although contrastive studies with other languages are also welcome):

  1. LINGUISTICS PANEL
    1. Discourse and Grammar
    2. Discourse and Cognition
    3. Discourse and Social Interaction: Genres and English for Specific Purposes
    4. Second Language Acquisition and Teaching
  2. LITERARY STUDIES PANEL
    1. Discourse and/in Literary Criticism
    2. Discourse and Social Interaction
    3. Discourse and Gender
    4. Discourse, Race and Nation
  3. CULTURAL/HISTORICAL STUDIES PANEL
    1. Cross-cultural and Intercultural Communication in the 21st century
    2. Cross-cultural and Intercultural Communication through History
    3. Discourse, Culture, Politics and Ideology
    4. Historiography: Discourse of Inclusion, Exclusion and Hybridization

A selection of papers will be published in book form. For further details, please see Publication of Papers  at our Web Page.

The Organising Committee

Coordinators:

  • María de los Ángeles Gómez González
  • Margarita Estévez Saá

Secretaries:

  • Laura Lojo Rodríguez
  • Susana Doval Suárez

Panel Coordinators:

  • Elsa González Álvarez (Linguistics)
  • Jorge Sacido Romero (Literature)
  • Cristina Mourón Figueroa & Teresa Sánchez Roura (Historical and Cultural Studies)
Attachments:
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