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Speakers

Title of Seminar

Venue

22 Nov 17

5 - 6 PM

Prof. Jef Verschueren

Language use, context, and contrastive ‘meaning potential’

GH201

13 Nov 17

5 - 6 PM

Prof. Jacob Mey Expanding Pragmatics: Values, Goals, and Adaptability AG434

6 Nov 17

5 - 6 PM

Prof. Diane Pecorari English academic vocabulary: How much do students need, and how much do students know? AG434

25 Oct 17

5 - 6 PM

Prof. Michaela Mahlberg Applying corpus linguistics – CLiC for language and literature research GH201

16 Oct 17

5 - 6:30 PM

Prof. Svenja Adolphs Corpora in the Big Data Era: Challenges and Opportunities AG434

25 Sep 17

5 - 6 PM

Dr Jing Hao  Cultivating values: the value of democracy in an Australian junior secondary classroom AG434

25 Sep 17

10 - 11 AM

Dr David G. Hewett Tribes and turf wars: Intergroup communication in hospitals AG434

21 Sep 17

10 - 11 AM

Mr David Wiesner The Power of Imagination AG434

11 Sep 17

5 - 6 PM

Prof. David Li Learning Cantonese as an additional language (CAL) or not: What the CAL learners say AG434

22 May 17

5 - 6 PM

Dr Malcolm N. MacDonald The Discourse of ‘Thirdness’ in Intercultural Studies AG434

11 May 17

5 - 6 pm

Dr Beverly Derewianka Stretching the Nominal Group: From the Early Years to Senior School AG434

10 Apr 17

5 - 6 pm

Dr Jette Hansen Edwards  The Intelligibility, Comprehensibility, and Accentedness of Asian Englishes AG434

3 Apr 17

2:30 - 5:30 pm

Prof. John Bateman Methods for working with semiotically-challenging data AG434

30 Mar 17

2:30 - 4:30 pm

Dr Siu-Pong Cheng Semantic "redundancy" in Cantonese: Implications for cross-linguistic studies on stance marking AG434

27 Mar 17

5 - 6 pm

Dr Phoenix Lam and Dr David Graddol  Conceptualising the vertical semiotic landscape in the world’s most vertical city AG434

20 Mar 17

3:30 - 4:30 pm

Ms Elizabeth Blackwood and Prof. Bernadette Watson

Communication between Health Professionals in Incident Analysis Teams in Health Care: A Communication Accommodation Theory Approach AG434

15 Mar 17

5 - 6 pm 

Prof. Alison Phipps Language Labour and Linguistic Hospitality: On the demands of hosts on their guests AG434

6 Mar 17

5 - 6:30 pm

Prof. John Bateman and Dr Francisco Veloso From creative freedom to empirical studies via qualitative descriptions: annotation schemes for comics and graphic novels AG434

1 Mar 17

5 - 6 pm

Dr Clarice Chan Conducting pedagogically-oriented research in the business English classroom: A case study AG434

17 Feb 17

3:30 - 4:30 pm

Prof. Susan Hunston Corpus Linguistics and Appraisal: exploring perspectives AG710
23 Jan 17
11 am - 12 pm
Prof. Jeannette Littlemore Metaphor in Language Teaching and Cross-Cultural Communication: Researching the Issue from 1990-2020 AG434