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Speakers

Title of Seminar

Venue

18 Nov 19
5 - 6 pm
Dr Gerald Stell 'Postcolonial nation-building and language variation: fault lines and convergence in namibian language behaviours AG434
11 Nov 19
5 - 6 pm
Dr Victor Ho

Self-promoting:  A double-edged sword

AG434
4 Nov 19
5 - 6 pm
Dr Christoph Hafner On analyzing specialized discourse in the age of digital media. AG434
21 Oct 19
5 - 6 pm
Dr Renia Lopez Categorizing Recurrent  Gestures: Lessons from Discourse Markers AG434
16 Sep 19
5 - 6 pm
Prof. Icy Lee Doctoral Research in TESOL: Opportunities and Challenges AG434
30 Apr 19
5 - 6 pm
Prof. Liu Dilin Understanding the use and learning of synonymy: A corpus/cognitive linguistic perspective AG434
1 Apr 19
5 - 6 pm
Prof. Louise Cummings The role of pragmatics in the diagnosis of dementia AG434
18 Mar 19
5 - 6 pm
Dr Anne Schluter When socio-political pressure is more powerful than the boss: Workplace language policies by Kurds that restrict Kurdish AG434
11 Mar 19
5 - 6 pm
Dr Santiago García-Castañón Faulty Borrowings: (Mis)Used Foreign Language Expressions in American English AG434
18 Feb 19
5 - 6 pm
Dr William Feng Tradition, modernity, and Chinese masculinity: The multimodal construction of ideal manhood in a reality dating show AG434
17 Jan 19
5 - 6 pm
Prof. Srikant Sarangi Going beyond communication skills towards advancing ‘communicative expertise’ in healthcare practice BC303