Events in English Language and Applied Linguistics

The multimodal construction of collective identity: A case study in Snapchat 'live stories'

The multimodal construction of collective identity: A case study in Snapchat 'live stories'
Date
03/10/2017
Description
Ruth Page (University of Birmingham) delivers this English Language research seminar.

Indicating verbs as 'multimodal' constructions

Indicating verbs as 'multimodal' constructions
Date
10/10/2017
Description
Adam Schembri (University of Birmingham) delivers this English Language research seminar.

Undergraduate Open Day

Undergraduate Open Day
Date
14/10/2017
Description
The perfect opportunity to hear first-hand from our current students and teaching staff about living and learning at Birmingham.

Big data, short texts

Big data, short texts
Date
17/10/2017
Description
Jack Grieve (University of Birmingham) delivers this English Language research seminar.

Exploring corpus-based methods for comparative sociolinguistics

Exploring corpus-based methods for comparative sociolinguistics
Date
24/10/2017
Description
Dr Jason Grafmiller (University of Birmingham) delivers this English Language research seminar.

"Innocent until proven filthy": Constructions of New Lad masculinity in UK women's magazines

"Innocent until proven filthy": Constructions of New Lad masculinity in UK women's magazines
Date
14/11/2017
Description
Dr Laura Coffey-Glover (Nottingham Trent University) delivers this English Language research seminar.

What and how do genes cause? Comparing aetiology in popular and professional discourse.

What and how do genes cause? Comparing aetiology in popular and professional discourse.
Date
21/11/2017
Description
Dr Garry Plappert (Birmingham) delivers this English Language research seminar.

How persuasive is corporate discourse? An experiment testing the effectiveness of trust-building strategies in companies' texts.

How persuasive is corporate discourse? An experiment testing the effectiveness of trust-building strategies in companies' texts.
Date
28/11/2017
Description
Matteo Fuoli (Birmingham) and Chris Hart (Lancaster University) delivers this English Language research seminar.
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