ENGL staff and invited speakers - 2018

Date / Time

Speakers

Title of Seminar

Venue

10 Dec 18 Prof. Liz Jones Lost in translation: How health professionals make decisions regarding interpreter use GH201 
26 Nov 18
5 - 6 pm
Dr Christian Greiffenhagen Noticing and Raising Troubles in a Performative Control Room AG434
12 Nov 18 Dr Malcolm MacDonald The discursive construction of UK national security (2012-2016) AG434
5 Nov 18
5 - 6 pm

Prof. Adam Jaworski

Writing as assemblage: Multilingualism, multimodality, and materiality AG434
22 Oct 18 Prof. James Liu  TBC AG434 
8 Oct 18
5 - 6 pm

Dr Dennis Tay

Analyzing discourse across time with time series models AG434 

10 Sep 18
5 - 6 pm

Prof. Norah Dunbar Can you spot a liar? Current research on deception cues and game-based training to detect them AG434 

29 May 18
2 - 3 pm

Dr Jerry Lee

The Inscrutability of Translingualism

AG434 

19 Apr 18
5 - 6 pm

Prof. Alessandro Benati Discourse and long-term effects of isolated and combined structured input and structured output on the acquisition of the English causative forms AG710

16 Apr 18
5 - 6 pm

Prof. Alison Phipps Language befriending, language plenty, refugees and the post-Brexit world: New pedagogical practices from Scotland GH201
13 Apr 18
5 - 6:30 pm
Prof. Li Wei Translanguaging as a practical theory of language: implications for language learning and research M1603
9 Apr 18
5 - 6 pm
Prof. Cheung Hin Tat Ecological Challenges in learning Cantonese by South Asian Children in Hong Kong AG434
23 Mar 18
5 - 6:30 pm
Prof. Deborah Cameron Language, gender and inequality at work GH201
13 Mar 18
5:30 - 6:30 pm
Dr Maria Cristina Paganoni Big Data in the Global News Media: A Linguistic and Discursive Approach AG710
26 Feb 18
5 - 6:30 pm
Prof. Zoltan Dornyei What makes L2 tasks engaging? M1603

12 Feb 18
5 - 6 pm

Dr Aditi Bhatia

Discursive Illusions in Media Representations of Ideological Constructs AG434
29 Jan 18
5 - 6 pm
Prof. Patrick C. M. Wong Personalized Learning: From Neurogenetic Markers to Modification of Training AG434