The contexts and cultures of interdisciplinary research discourse

Posted on Tuesday 15th April 2014

Susan Hunston is an invited plenary speaker at ICAME 35, University of Nottingham, 30 April to 4 May; she will be talking about 'The contexts and cultures of interdisciplinary research discourse'.

Other Birmingham researchers who are giving papers at the conference are:

  • Caroline Tagg and Jeannette Littlemore 'Fancy meeting up for a drink?: The role of metonymy in a corpus of British text messages';
  • Hang Su (PhD student) 'Pattern and appraisal: Towards a local grammar of JUDGEMENT'
  • Paul Thompson 'Investigating interdisciplinary research discourse'
  • Renate Reichardt 'Beyond Collocations - How Local Grammar affects the Choice of Translation Equivalents'